Eamonn Fallon of Irish property site Daft.ie speaking at the 2006 it@cork National Technology & Business Conference.
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.
Marc Canter speaking at the 2006 it@cork National Technology & Business Conference.
Matthias Kill speaking at the 2006 it@cork National Technology & Business Conference.
Jeff Nolan speaking at the 2006 it@cork National Technology & Business Conference.
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.
Tom Raftery covers Eddie Hobbs’ talk on property, energy and investment.
This morning, the disused R&H Hall mill on Kennedy Quay, Cork City was the scene of a major fire. Smoke was visible from all over the city, wind blew the smoke up towards Mayfield and traffic was very heavy all over, probably because drivers slowed down to watch the plume of smoke.
From several miles away in Sunday’s Well, I saw two jets of water pour into the top of the building, unfortunately I only had my wide angle lens so I didn’t get a shot of it. This photo was taken with my Canon 75-300 zoom from a residential park off Blarney Street half an hour later.
Seven units of Cork fire service have been fighting a blaze at the disused R & H Hall mill and grain store on Kennedy Quay – rte.ie
Des has a great photo taken from much closer showing the fire bursting from the side of the building. Pity I’m on the other side of the city!
This afternoon I spent a few minutes shooting the R&H Hall building from behind the Garda exclusion tape. Smoke was still visible coming from the white silos at the side of the building and just as I left a crane was going to lift members of the fire service up to examine the damage. I ran out of time and had to leave before that happened but things were definitely winding down thankfully.
I sent the top photo to the Cork Independent who have published it in this week’s edition on page 11.
I haven’t seen it yet but hopefully I can get a copy later! Check out the photo I took of the article above! It’s the first time I’ve had a photo published by a newspaper and I’m very happy!
What kind of bird is this? Around a dozen congregate around our bird feeders, dive to the ground and bath in the bowl of water below, and even fight over how gets to have a bath or a feed sometimes!