A LOT OF BUSINESS POST coverage today goes out to start-ups, perhaps in testimony to the successful Web Summit last week. You can hear and see that in the video below the break.
I like Adrian Weckler's take on the summit , especially since he elevates Patrick Collison over Robert Scoble. We know that's feudal loyalty but it's nice all the same. Adrian also has a good piece about horse trading that gets front page focus along with a little embedded Apple logo in the photo frame. He balances that coverage with a gigantic photo essay about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, writing "bigger is better." Yep.
David McWilliams gives his half page to ruminations about Google's Zeitgeist conference and the One campaign.  You couldn't just walk into those events so it's nice David gives readers the impression from the front stage.
Other commentators   single out intrepid Irish start-ups, some that did not attend the Dublin Web Summit.
1. Adrian Weckler -- "Dublin claims place on tech map" in the News Focus section of the Sunday Business Post, October 21, 2012.
2. David McWilliams -- "Moving onwards and upwards" on the Comment page of the Sunday Business Post, October 21, 2012.
3. Elaine O'Regan -- "Social innovation needs more investment" in Out on Your Own in the SBP, October 21, 2012.
4. Gareth Naughton -- "Breaking down jobs boundaries" in Careers & Recruitment, SBP, October 21, 2012.
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