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Félicité Perpétue

A white rambling rose that we rescued from the jungle, and that Jackie trained along the front garden fence last year, is now blooming rampantly. The head gardener has now identified it as Felicite Perpetue. 551 more words

Book Review: Frank Cullen, Dublin 1847: city of the ordnance survey (Dublin, 2015).

By Adrian James Kirwan
For anyone interested in Dublin city and its history this book will provide much enjoyment to both those familiar and unfamiliar with the city’s history. 544 more words

Irish History

I'm a winner!

And not just according to my mum, either!

I didn’t spot the email at first. Gmail kindly sorts some emails automatically into “Social” and “Promotions” groups, for which you don’t get a new email notification. 369 more words


Big it up for the OSI

I don’t know whether there is any official award scheme for contributions to historical research but, if there is, I reckon Ordnance Survey Ireland should get one. 147 more words


Capital Trail now supported by Ordnance Survey and featured on PedalingNowhere, Bikepackersmag and more sites

As the inaugural ride comes closer, it is great to see such great exposure for the Capital Trail in advance. Thanks to Logan from PedalingNowhere… 219 more words


Postgres never ceases to amaze me

I’ve been using Postgresql for years now, those who know me, know fine well that it’s my absolute favorite database in the whole wide world. Those who know me may also recall I do a lot of GIS and mapping work using Spatial SQL among other things. 1,354 more words

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