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The pale blue dot

How stressed are you . . . REALLY? Your wife has just left you. A close friend dies. A work colleague is saying nasty things behind your back. Yes life sucks. So much so sometimes that it’s seems hardly worth … Continue reading

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Everyday Miracles

Recently, as readers of this blog will have noticed, I have been letting life fill in the blanks. Last week it brought me into the company of the Taoiseach and Ireland’s leading poet as if by “chance”. But as Carl … Continue reading

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Meeting one of the world’s greatest poets

Talk about meeting famous people randomly. It’s becoming a feature of my life. This morning I bumped into the famous Irish poet Brendan Kennelly walking through Trinity College on my way to work. Kennelly hails from the small town of … Continue reading

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How to meet one of the most famous men in the world in your local coffee shop!

Yesterday was dank and cold in Dublin. Leaden grey skies, speckled rain and a chill wind blowing in from the Irish Sea. It is past noon and I make my way to press launch at a bistro on the far … Continue reading

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The future of gaming Part 2

The future of Gaming Part 2 In the book Age of Angels a computer game called Fallen Angel has become a global sensation. Everyone in the world is playing it. The trouble is that the game is secretly controlled by … Continue reading

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The future of gaming

Sometimes life presents one with an opportunity you do not expect. Last December I was meeting for a pre-Christmas lunch with Ben Murnane, who edited my book Age of Angels. Age of Angels is about a computer game called Fallen … Continue reading

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Do miracles exist?

  Do miracles exist? I certainly felt in need of one this Christmas. It had been a long, hard year. I was exhausted. There was no more in the tank. Then on the day after Christmas as I flew to … Continue reading

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