October 2016

Monthly Archives

  • Spooky Dublin

    Paranormal Dublin – 9 Spooky locations As a country blessed intermittently by sunshine and even temperate weather, Ireland is becoming known as an activity based destination. While ghostly hauntings and general paranormal activity in itself would not necessarily prove a huge draw, it certainly appears to be a pursuit that is growing and catered for […]

  • Hydration

    Next Level Up

    Prepare to Take Your Walking to The Next Level Now that you’re a dab hand at some of the finest leisurely strolls and hikes that Ireland has to offer, why not consider making some improvements in your lifestyle to have you in top shape for your next adventure. You might be a weekend rambler ready […]

  • Linked Data

    A New format for Ireland’s Geospatial Data Irish geospatial data is now available in a new format, called ‘Linked Data’, which means that it can be used in a more intelligent and meaningful way. What is Linked Data? Data comes in many forms (e.g. census, geological, medical, weather) and when we analyse it we can […]

  • OSi and Minecraft

    Gamers and educators can now use OSi Geospatial data in Minecraft Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) have released Irish geospatial data for Minecraft, a popular virtual game that is fast becoming a powerful educational tool in schools all over the world. What is Minecraft? Minecraft is a game where players mine for resources and use these […]