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Comment #1 / .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) / Wednesday, 8th December / 01:41 AM

Hi enjoyed your helpful tips look forward to reading more over the next few months

Comment #2 / Cian O'Donoghue / Wednesday, 8th December / 11:57 AM

Hi Mark,
Thanks for all the advice yesterday and sorting out the prints.

Comment #3 / Anthony Haughey / Sunday, 19th June / 11:45 AM

Hi Les, Maureen, Mark, Ciara and all,
Can you please change the link on your blog - Propellor award shortlist announcement to my website please. The current link you are using is a very old Source magazine link. Very out of date. Please link to http://www.anthonyhaughey.com
Congratulations on the announcement of the Propeller award. I was coincidently in the Gallery of Photography on Friday afternoon when Darek and Anna received a call from you. Needless to say they were overjoyed with the news!
Anthony

Comment #4 / .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) / Saturday, 2nd July / 12:22 PM

hello,
what are the opening hours for the shop?
cheers

Comment #5 / .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) / Friday, 27th April / 08:17 PM

Hello,

I came across your blog a few weeks ago as I was contributing the research/writing/editing process for a website that I work for. The site aims to provide an honest look how the field of engineering tackles real world problems. The idea was originally to create a resource solely for engineers, but it has since grown into something much wider the resources come together at http://www.onlinecollegeclasses.com. Instead, the project attempts to illuminate the contributions that engineers have brought to many areas of studies and where the field is going and I believe this is applicable to any college student today.

The entirety of the web resource has been referred to by well-known websites such as Stanford, TechAffect, and other reputable sources

I think a guest blog post that acutely attempts to dig into innovative solutions (for areas ranging from energy to health) for our generation would be of interest to your readers. What do you think?

Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you.

All my best,

Abby Ledford

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