Dublin – More places I found by bike

Dublin city centre is well-signed as far as landmarks go - there are arrows everywhere. While heading over for the Jameson whisky tour (more on that in another post), I found myself early by more than an hour. This is because, for no good reason, my phone refused to...

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Animated Gifs

Ah the early days of the web. Animation on the web like film from the 1920s - a series of images. Making these was something I used to do regularly at work...seems so long ago. Animated gifs. An animated gif was the first animated graphic on the web. Simple but...

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Headshot & Resume

Resumes:   New Media & Leadership Resume Click to view    Acting - Click here to view   Script Supervising - Click here to view      ...

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Dog play date – vine videos

I'm dog-sitting Terry - the Papillon. He and my dog, Maggie, are having a play date. The kill of the sock https://t.co/vZ5NakJz41 — Diana Galligan (@dianagalligan) December 8, 2013 Then https://t.co/CMPTOMEED7 — Diana Galligan (@dianagalligan) December 8, 2013 Magoo...

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Maggie’s Mid-Life Crisis

Maggie is about to turn 6 years old. It's a milestone. That's 42 in human years.  She's a beautiful, middle aged lady...who is now missing a tooth. It happened in the last few weeks. There was no broken tooth. It didn't show up anywhere, like her dog dish. Just one...

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The Wrath of Grapes

Looking out of the kitchen window, I can see grape vines in the yard.  This neighbourhood in Toronto  had many Italians, as evidenced by the grapes vines  on metal structures that create canopies for porches, cars and backyards. Some are still maintained, and others...

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I love you, he said

It's a lovely summer evening. Maggie, my lovely dog, insists she needs to go out. I get her things and we embark on a walk in the warm summer evening. It's after 11 pm, so there is a gentle breeze. Delightful. On our way to the corner, she sees two men crossing...

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