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Archive for October 2009

Lacken, Co. Mayo

Oct 21st, 2009 | By

I took a drive to Lacken yesterday and decided to drive around all the little narrow back roads to see if it lead me anywhere interesting. Sometimes I try to get lost (its not easy when your trying for some reason).I came to a dead end at a coast line …



I just can’t let it lie, RTÉ.

Oct 17th, 2009 | By

I’ve finally got around to replying to RTÉ regarding the alcohol adverts on their home page in September. There are so many things I have to say to RTÉ that I found it hard to know where to start. Here’s the homepage in question:

First I asked RTÉ about their online advertising guidelines and they [...]



Valerie Steger-Lewis, RIP

Oct 14th, 2009 | By

14 February 1938 – 14 October 2009



Still Life (Talking)*

Oct 12th, 2009 | By

I’ve added a new picture to my online portfolio. The picture was painted as a gift to our friends Harry and Kate who we stayed with in France, earlier this year. The items in the picture are all things that have meaning in their house.
By the way, you can read about my professional experience there [...]



Magic Monday!

Oct 12th, 2009 | By

We’ve uploaded a new version of the site today. List items (except main Lifelist) can now be numbered. Text can be made bold, italicised and turned into a link.
We’ve done lots of testing of the new features but if you have any difficulty or any questions or if there is anything else you would like [...]



Old House

Oct 5th, 2009 | By

Took a detour on the way home from a job yesterday. Its strange, theres an old back road over some mountains that ive been on a few times but always coming from the same direction. Yesterday i was coming from the other for a change. In doing so i seen …



Just a quickie

Oct 2nd, 2009 | By

I do still have things to say about RTÉ.ie and alcohol advertising. I just don’t know where to start! I was happy to get a response but I’m left feeling quite deflated and annoyed by it. Will have a go soon.
Meanwhile, we’re trying to get the house as watertight as possible for the winter. The [...]