The Black Surfer

A surfer rides the waves at Garretstown in early January this year. I’m not sure how many were out there but we talked to one wet and cold looking one when he came out of the water and he told us they had been there for a few hours.

The heavens opened and rain fell shortly after. Only the surfers were left out in the open.

Donal has a good post about exposure. Donal, you should read Understanding Exposure: How to Shoot Great Photographs with a Film or Digital Camera by Bryan Peterson. I’ll lend you my copy if you want. It’s a great read.

Tony Kenny

Tony Kenny speaking at the 2006 it@cork National Technology & Business Conference. He’s the IT manager at Beaumont Hospital. His experiences with introducing Open Source software such as Linux and Star Office into the hospital make for a very interesting talk.

Jacques-Etienne Grandjean

Jacques-Etienne Grandjean speaking at the 2006 it@cork National Technology & Business Conference.

Tom Raftery blogged about his talk and while he’s right that no search competitors of Microsoft were mentioned, he did say that search isn’t very sticky. I’m sure he’s hoping that people will abandon Google and jump on board MS Live.

Eddie Hobbs, Conor Kenny and Hugh MacLeod

Eddie Hobbs

Eddie Hobbs

Conor Kenny, Kennys.ie

Hugh MacLeod

Eddie Hobbs, Conor Kenny and Hugh MacLeod speaking at the 2006 it@cork National Technology & Business Conference.

Tom Raftery covers Eddie Hobbs’ talk on property, energy and investment.