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Bernie Goldbach
Cashel, Ireland
"I find, check and share information."
Interests: I enjoy running long distance when I'm fit and reading history more than watching television.
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I HAVE A persistent error 805a8011 on my Lumia 1020 and there's no workaround beyond a hard reset Continue reading
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2 days ago
AS A MEDIA WRITING lecturer, I cherish the opportunity to see inside the creative minds of the multimedia and amimation students at the Limerick School of Art & Design. This semester, Alice Coleman has produced one of the best Media Writing Notebooks that I've reviewed in the past decade. Continue reading
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AFTER FIVE MONTHS of using OneNote and Evermote side by side, I cannot leave either one. But I have several points of convergence where time-saving patterns are emerging. Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Inside View
THIRTY YEARS AGO, while walking on quiet paths outside the Washington D.C. Beltway, I often came across military veterans who shared stories with me. One theme of those stories concerned the hope that people would not forget. Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2014 at Inside View
FÁILTE IRELAND has a new tourism strategy for the south and east of Ireland. The strategy hinges on the region's cultural and heritage experiences. Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2014 at Inside View
ON THE WESTERN outskirts of Clonmel sits Questum, an airy building that I believe will help startups from LSAD-Clonmel get the traction required in their early days. Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2014 at Inside View
THE ONLY SNAG I have encountered after 70 days of using the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 as my primary laptop happened one day when "We couldn't find wireless devices on this PC". I knew I had a problem because both Bluetooth and WiFi functions were offline. Continue reading
Posted Dec 9, 2014 at Inside View
I TRY TO ITEMISE realistic to-do lists and have discovered the Live Tiles on my Lumia 1520 keeps more accountable. The number three in the screenshot from my phone's home screw shows the number of tasks that have to get done. But my problem is I fail at running into the spike on a daily basis. I am not ruthlessly attacking the things that have to get done in order for me to truly get ahead. A lot of my current condition stems directly from failing to carve out 20 minute segments of intense activity. I have 20 minute slots during the day when I teach and 20 minute pauses when caring for our three year old son. If my GTD List (the one that opens when I tap the icon with the peaks and valleys and the number) incorporated high priority tasks that would take no more than 20 minutes to finish, I would be much more able to point to real accomplishments. So as the year winds down, I'm back to examine how to jump start my task lists. This time, I'm using 20 minute sessions that cause me to run at the spike. Continue reading
Posted Dec 7, 2014 at Inside View
THE BEST Hot Chocolate I have ever enjoyed came from Burdick's. Now we have a winter's supply of rich chocolate shavings to enjoy the taste well beyond Christmas. There is nothing like the taste of hot chocolate made with real cocoa. And now we also have mini marshmallows and raspberry essence to concoct a mix to rival Irish Coffees. Related articles Hot Chocolate & Mexican Hot Chocolate | Pottery Barn Homemade White Hot Chocolate Continue reading
Posted Dec 7, 2014 at Inside View
AFTER LOGGING 6700 miles in six days by myself, I reinforced several ideas that I hope to put in place with my family. Continue reading
Posted Dec 6, 2014 at Inside View
Please text the word Homeless when in Ireland. When you do that, Focus Ireland earns four euro and we learn an important lesson in the third level Web Analytics module that we set up to analyse a Twitter Advertising programme. Some early discoveries suggest the three week campaign will yield business intelligence. Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2014 at Inside View
I COMPLETED MY second pilgrimage to the this weekend and discovered more faces from dial-up Ireland who came to Cong on the Mayo-Galway border to share perspectives. These weekends feel like TheDoLectures without the campfires. I got immersed in some particularly interesting conversations. I finally met Sean McGrath face-to-face. In 1996, when I was thinking about setting up a website with a newsfeed, I read some of Sean's technical discussions with Dave Winer on the subject. Those mailing list threads caused me to set up my first weblog using Radio Userland. Two other people in Ireland, Gavin Sheridan and Karlin Lillington, also appeared on Radio Userland, a CMS platform that maintained a local copy of blog posts while uploading into a shared community and spawning a newsfeed onto my dashboard. I noticed Sean has started blogging again and I hope he shares more thoughts about the joy of coding with visual metaphors. I think many of his ideas put an A into STEM initiatives, causing a natural evolution of STEM to STEAM. Nicky Gogan, the video creative I met in 1996 when she returned to Dublin, let me hear a film maker's perspective on topics I discuss on our... Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2014 at Inside View
Virtual Sway world realm. Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2014 at Inside View
I HOOKED UP with a dozen friends a few days ago, some 42 years since I last saw them. Several of them have no social networking profiles and it interested me to see how everyone discovered something announced on Facebook. Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2014 at Inside View
IF YOU LIVE and work online, you're creating electronic selfies all the time. If you want to see what those selfies show about you, click into several profiling services. Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2014 at Inside View