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Listen: New podcast will highlight Limerick entrepreneurship

first_imgLimerick Post Show | Lifelong Learning Festival TAGSentrepreneurLimerick City and CountyLimerick Post ShowNewspodcastsRichard O’Donnellvideo Email Previous articleGender imbalance on Education and Training boardNext articleDeep-diving into Oneday’s news Cian Reinhardthttp://www.limerickpost.ieJournalist & Digital Media Coordinator. Covering human interest and social issues as well as creating digital content to accompany news stories. [email protected] RICHARD O’Donnell’s first memorable interaction with computers came in the 1980’s when his father was given the gift of a handheld computer.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Bewildered by the gadget, his father asked him, a History and Politics student at the time, to figure out how he might get it to turn on.“Two days later, and with the hairs raised on the back of my neck, it was singing and dancing in my hands,” O’Donnell said, “Accidentally, my new career and lifelong fascination had begun.”“My dad received a present of a brick-sized handheld computer, and I really mean it was brick-size,” Richard told the Limerick Post Show.“It was a thing called a Psion Organiser, he looked at it, and I looked at it. Neither of us knew how to turn it on, so I was given the task over Christmas of trying to figure out how to work this thing,” he explained.“Two days later – I didn’t know it was two days later – I was stuck into it, really enjoying it and starting to programme it. Then my interest in history and politics really went down the drain, although I continued my studies and got my degree, but most of my time was spent in the computer room banging away on computers.”17 years later, at what Richard describes as the “height of the dot com boom” the Limerick software company he had co-founded, Software Architects International (SAI), was successfully acquired by the Atlanta-based Claris Corporation.Richard told the Limerick Post that he never had a “fear” of technology and it was “pure fascination”.“It’s an interesting thing when you’re a computer programmer like I am, the biggest thrill is when you design a programme that actually works,” he said.The Limerick entrepreneur started his career with Analog Devices.“They’d ask you to do a programme that might have something to do with orders, and you’d design, you’d programme it, you’d code it, and after about a week you would do what’s called ‘run the programme’ and the first time that programme runs, it’s such a thrill.”O’Donnell says although people may not see the thrill in that, “but for me there was”. BusinessNewsPodcastsVideoListen: New podcast will highlight Limerick entrepreneurshipBy Cian Reinhardt – September 11, 2019 369 Print Limerick Post Show | HUGG – Healing Untold Grief Groups Limerick Post Show | Let’s Get Talking | Eating Disorders WhatsAppcenter_img Limerick Post Show | Ann Blake launches a new podcast Linkedin Twitter Limerick Post Show | Raging Sons release Someone Else’s Love Advertisement Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Post Show | Hunt Museum launch Sculpting Competitionlast_img read more

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One Republic to perform at IDEA Week 2020

first_imgThe band One Republic will perform as part of IDEA Week 2020, the University announced in a Thursday press release. The Grammy Award nominated musical group will perform a concert at Notre Dame’s Purcell Pavilion on April 25.Idea Week — which will run from April 19 to April 25, 2020, aims to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in the greater South Bend region. It is hosted annually by Notre Dame and “various community organizations and businesses,” the release said. The event features an entertainment component — the Chainsmokers performed at the Purcell Pavilion in 2018, followed by Tim McGraw in 2019. Comedian Jim Gaffigan and singer Scotty McCreery performed last year at other venues in the area.Tickets for the concert will go on sale Wednesday. Tickets will cost $30 for students and between $50 and $149 for the general public.The presence of outside entertainers is meant to foster a sense of collective creativity on the part of those participating in the week’s events, Bryan Ritchie — Notre Dame’s vice president and Cathy and John Martin associate provost for innovation — said in the release.“Recent research has shown that some of the criteria necessary for creating an ecosystem of entrepreneurship and innovation, which is what we are trying to do with IDEA Week, are fun networking events and big, mainstream entertainment performances like OneRepublic,” Ritchie said in the release. “IDEA Week’s relatively uncommon model of mixing concerts and comedians with informative sessions and learning experiences helps fill this need by facilitating the interaction of people, ideas and resources.”Other entertainment for the week will include an e-sports tournament, keynote speakers and “a major comedic act,” the release said. On the whole, the release said, IDEA Week consists of events including “meet-ups; workshops; technology experiences; and various social activities.” More events will be announced over the next five months.Tags: Idea Week, One Republic, Purcell Pavilionlast_img read more

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21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court opening

first_img21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court opening June 1, 2002 Regular News 21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court openingTwenty-one lawyers and judges have applied to replace retiring Justice Major Harding on the Florida Supreme Court. Seven are district court of appeal judges, seven are circuit judges, and seven are practicing attorneys.Applications had to be filed by 5 p.m. May 17, and the Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission was scheduled to meet to begin reviewing them on May 23, after this News went to press, and conduct interviews beginning June 5 in Tampa.Those applying were: Second District Court of Appeal Judge Chris Altenbernd, 53, of Tampa; First Circuit Judge Kenneth Bell, 46, of Pensacola; attorney Raoul G. Cantero III, 41, of Miami; attorney Edward Royce Curtis, 61, of Ft. Lauderdale; Second DCA Judge Virginia Maria Hernandez Covington, 45, of Lakeland; 10th Circuit Judge Robert L. Doyel, 56, of Bartow; 18th Circuit Judge O.H. Eaton, 59, of Sanford; Assistant City Attorney William N. Drake, Jr., 56, of St. Petersburg; 11th Circuit Judge Gisela Cardonne Ely, 51, of Miami; Ninth Circuit Judge Robert M. Evans, 48, of Orlando; Fifth DCA Judge Charles M. Harris, 67, of Daytona Beach; First Circuit Judge Terry Michael Jones, 51, of Pensacola; 18th Circuit Court Judge Debra Steinberg Nelson, 48, of Sanford; First District Court of Appeal Judge Ricky L. Polston, 46, of Tallahassee; First DCA Judge Philip J. Padovano, 55, of Tallahassee; Northern Region Capital Collateral Regional Counsel Michael P. Reiter, 54, of Tallahassee; attorney Kenneth Wayne Sukhia of Tallahassee; attorney Albert Tellechea, 51, of Orlando; First DCA Judge Peter D. Webster, 53, of Tallahassee; attorney John Williams, 53, of Tallahassee; and First DCA Judge James Robert Wolf, 51, of Tallahassee.last_img read more

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