I TRY TO CREATE a 10-minute newsround every Sunday because it's a good way to check personal video technology. I've also discovered a cluster of Irish who travel and they like checking my newsflow for the Sunday papers.
I've also discovered that I can use my weekly newsrounds as personal follow-up items. Several things jumped out in the Sunday broadsheets today that I've pushed across into Evernote and onto my Nokia Lumia Clever To-Do List. If you watch the video embedded below the break in this blog post, you'll discover the big priority: ready the garden for our little boy's christening party. The clip from Audioboo doesn't make that goal clear.
To Tommy Collison in Minneapolis: Happy 18th! You're an inspiration.
To Conn O Muineachain: There's a Kickstarter project with Trina Vargo involving the development of an online curriculum for American teachers who want to include an Irish module in their practise. 
To Gavin Sheridan: Nice profile in the "My Media" section of the Sunday Business Post. 
Media Contact's Social Media Festival runs during the last week of June. Christian Payne and Katie Moffat will fly in to present some workshops.
1. Gabrielle Monaghan -- "Stars back plan to teach the famine to US pupils" in the Sunday Times, June 10, 2012.
2. Gavin Sheridan -- "My Media" in the Sunday Business Post, June 10, 2012.