I'VE DISCOVERED fascinating cross-talk beyond the 448 page Mueller Report. Local radio host Fran Curry counted on me to digest the large document so I printed it for him and then went on air to localise its content for Tipperary listeners.
AS PART OF A CLOUD COMPUTING meet-up in the Questum Centre, videographer Jack Allen will attempt to fly the Clonmel Digital Campus drone on a survey mission along the proposed route of the Clonmel outer ring road. If high winds scrub the flight, we will be inside a Zoom Conference room that you're welcome to join between 1115 and 1145 Irish time on Saturday, April 13, 2019.
ALONG WITH JACK ALLEN, our first class videographer, I'm learning to trust Litchi as the pilot of our campus DJI drone.
With the requisite amount of planning, @FlyLitchi takes our drone on missions faster and more efficiently than we're able to maneuver ourselves. Now I'm looking at ways of improving in-flight video performance through the use of a larger screen or by sitting in a shaded location while the drone does its pre-programmed work.
WE HAVE BEEN diving into The Inevitable by Kevin Kelly for the past three years and if you're interested in following the conversations, you can simply ask your podcatcher for "Emerging Trends Kun Keen" or have the recordings drop directly by subscribing to the podcast. In today's episode, Amie O'Mahony got a little help from Otter.ai around 8:12 into Episode 22.
I HAVE STARTED talking about major news items with my 11 yo daughter. This week, 10 items from the Sunday Times and Sunday Business Post caught my attention. Two of them concern job opportunities for creative graduates.
ONE OF THE MOST ENDEARING memories I have on my third level campus came through the eyes of my 6yo son (in the photo) who remembers fondly how he won a rocket race during a Maker Meet. Today, Chris Reina from MakerMeet.ie visits the Clonmel Digital Campus to share how he has evolved his making and sharing from evening events into day-long classroom activities.
TEN YEARS AGO, in February 2009, the final edition of Adam Curry's Daily Source Code  dropped into my iTunes account. There's been nothing like Adam's vibe since. 
A few years later, out of the blue came DSC 822, so I'm embedding it here on this blog post. Then I plan to set aside 90 minutes today to listen to this podcast again because it will rewind so many riffs from the sound track of my life. Those are the kinds of things I need to keep close at hand.