Monthly Archives: October 2015

Citizen Journalism: Urban Abandonments and Dereliction 2009-2012 by Michelle Clarke

April Chronological Order: can we learn from passed experiences. These are a selection of articles written on an Open Publishing site; sent by email to people in the media and politicians at the time. Twitter:  @ReusingDublin worth following;  Recommend two … Continue reading

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Mathematically Modeling the Mind

Try to remember a phone number, and you’re using what’s called sequential memory. This kind of memory, in which your mind processes a sequence of numbers, events or ideas, underlies how people think, perceive and interact as social beings. To … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Homeless in New York by Richard Gere prompts me to write about Homelessness in Ireland. By Michelle Clarke

Originally posted on Adonis Diaries:
Homeless in New York: Richard Gere Richard Gere “When I went undercover in New York City as a homeless man, no one noticed me. I felt what it was like to be homeless man. People…

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Royal City of Dublin Hospital – October 2016 scaffolding erected. Founded 1832, advertised for sale in 2015. Local people would really like to know the plans.

October 20th 2016:  The scaffolding appears and all appearances are that the Royal City of Dublin hospital (Baggot Street Community Hospital) has not been sold and the HSE have plans (yet unknown) to re-invigorate this once historic hospital.  When this … Continue reading

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Open publishing; emails – Social Justice Ethics Transparency and Accountability

Source: Open publishing; emails – Social Justice Ethics Transparency and Accountability

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Selection of articles 2007-2010 on social justice by Michelle Clarke

October 17th, 2015 Ireland we have moved on.  Woof Magic is in vogue.  The canine companion, a Jack Russell and his owner, sit still looking at the outstanding Cliffs of Moher.  Yes you can now take your dogs on holidays.  … Continue reading

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Women in Chad walk 1,500 km to gather dates

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Women in Chad walk 1,500 km to gather dates Women in Africa walks hundreds of miles to safeguard their financial autonomy. These Women in Chad, walk to close to the southern borders with Tunisia, in order…

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