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Catcher in the Rye, Finchley, London

It rarely gets this warm in England but Friday afternoon was in the low 30s Celsius (upper 80s Fahrenheit) and the uphill run from the Old White Lion… 167 more words

Public Houses

When Good Apps Go Bad

The downfall of Blogo as I see it

When Blogo first came out I jumped on the bandwagon of an amazing new app. As a matter of fact, I still feel that it outdoes many of the other apps I use when it comes to certain things. 1,091 more words


Bloomsday extended

Yesterday with the Sketchers. At the Olivier Cornet Gallery again.

Many from my Irish family came for a surprise – and very appreciated – visit. 12 more words

Dublin Sketchers

Friday essay: the wonder of Joyce's Ulysses

A parade in St Petersburg last year celebrating Bloomsday, the day on which Ulysses is set.

SF McLaren, Western Sydney University

James Joyce once said to his friend… 2,448 more words


Great job!

It has been a great day at the Olivier Cornet Gallery. I’ve published a short video on Facebook, for those whom might be interested. 77 more words


The Programs I Use For OGZ

Okay, I figured it would be apt of me to talk about the programs that I frequently use with OGZ. While some of these will only be available for Mac OS X/iOS users, I will try to find recommendations for Windows users. 716 more words


Today is Bloomsday - A Celebration of James Joyce's Ulysses

Dublin today on 16th June celebrates one of its finest products, James Joyce, the author of Ulysses (first published in Paris in 1922) and for those of you who have read this great tome, you may recall that’s the day on which the story is set.   307 more words