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5km From Home

From today people in Ireland (south of the border) can go up to 5km from home to exercise. The over 70s who have been cocooning at home are allowed out but warned to stay well away from anyone else.

How far is 5km? Go visit this site and allow it to use your location to find out!

On Friday it was announced the country would have five phases to go through towards opening up:

  • Phase 1: 18th May
  • Phase 2: 8th June
  • Phase 3: 29th June
  • Phase 4: 20th July
  • Phase 5: 10th August

Find a PDF of it here.

Meanwhile G O’D and her cronies are back in the High Court protesting the lockdown.

The Phoenix Park, a huge park in Dublin, had to be closed because of a protest against the lockdown.

I guess they’re not as bad as the Right in the USA. At least they don’t have access to weapons in Ireland.

There are plans to pedestrianise streets and make one-way footpaths in Cork.

Pub owners want to open sooner than August. How the hell will drunk people socially distance?

Normal People is causing quite a stir.

During the Irish Famine in the 1840s the Choctaw tribe in North America sent money to help feed starving people in Ireland.

The Navajo Nation is now looking for help and Irish people are putting their hands in their pockets and reaching out!

I was so sad to hear of the death of Sam Lloyd who you’ll recognise from Scrubs. 🙁
This baby will brighten your day!
Amazing Irish dancing by Morrghan! Puts any attempt I made in my teens to shame. 🙂

Do you remember the ILOVEYOU virus? I do and 20 years ago it infected 45 million computers and it originated somewhere surprising. Geoff White tells all!

Are you distracted? Of course you are. Me too. Go listen to the latest Distributed podcast. Matt interviews neuroscientist Dr. Adam Gazzaley and it is well worth a listen.

I went for a cycle the other night and for some reason Sophie Ellis Bextor’s “Stay At Home” was running through my brain the whole time. Probably the sight of Garda checkpoints. Good to see them.

Scott Berkun has released his new book in the middle of a pandemic!

We’re all locked down. Blarney Photography Club can’t meet any more but tonight we had a great presentation by Zoom. I thought it worked really well!

By Donncha

Donncha Ó Caoimh is a software developer at Automattic and WordPress plugin developer. He posts photos at In Photos and can also be found on Google+ and Twitter.

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