August 22, 2010


Category: Academic,Research,Travel — Biella @ 11:38 am


I am leaving for Ireland tonight, first to attend this Anthropology conference in Maynooth–a seemingly sleepy college town– and then on the 28th I head to Dublin to hang with a very good friend of mine. I plan on doing some travel and sightseeing in and around Dublin, so if anyone has any suggestions about what they love, love, love about Dublin (and anywhere within a few hours of Dublin), they are welcome. Dato is going to help me gather some Debian folks for an evening out as well, so I look forward to seeing anyone in town!


  1. In Dublin, the book of Kells:

    “Within a few hours of Dublin” covers pretty much all of Ireland. :)

    North of Dublin is Newgrange, a neolithic passage tomb:

    Closer to the south, in the Wicklow mountains is Powerscourt house and gardens:

    Comment by Edward Allcutt — August 22, 2010 @ 1:01 pm

    (an ubuntu users in .ie)

    I would love for their to be a scan of the book of kells like what is done for some other famous texts like the guttenberg bible and put under a free license.

    Comment by Kevin Mark — August 24, 2010 @ 9:23 pm

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