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Author Archives: Janet Harkin
Failte Ireland, the national tourism development agency for Ireland, is creating a new driving route along the west coast called The Wild Atlantic Way, to be launched in 2013. Ambitions for the route are high with the intention that it will rival Australia’s … Continue reading
My day invariably starts with the flick of a switch and the glow of this lamp. No need for an alarm clock on a normal day as the two human versions tend to be very reliable. Mornings are busy in any … Continue reading
I discovered these two infograms recently and liked them enough to share. (I love good infograms – they’re a great way of conveying a lot of otherwise lumpy data into visual works of art. Well, the best ones are.) I … Continue reading
I love blogging but it can sometimes be hard to create the space in the busy week to get down to it. We all have the same distractions at the end of a long day – dinner to be cooked, … Continue reading
It’s been a fabulous four days for the city of Derry as the very first CultureTECH festival has been in town. If you’d checked in to the #culturetech twitter stream or the live TV feed of the Big Ideas and Keynote sessions on Friday then you … Continue reading
Derry’s Playhouse Theatre played host to the opening day of a four day festival celebrating digital creativity today (Wednesday 29 August). With visitors arriving from America, England, Scotland and even Belfast expectations for the first ever CultureTECH Festival were running … Continue reading
This week Derry plays host to a four day festival of technology, media and music called CultureTECH. A veritable banquet of digital culture featuring acts, keynotes, bands, artists, developers and speakers will be on offer at venues and spaces all over the city from … Continue reading