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Encourage Wildlife in Castletroy Park

first_imgLinkedin Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement LimerickNewsEncourage Wildlife in Castletroy ParkBy Alan Jacques – April 23, 2020 131 Print Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebookcenter_img Previous articleLimerick leans on its own to support local economyNext article103-year-old nun beats Covid-19 Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email WhatsApp Twitter TAGSCastletroyCastletroy ParkKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostSean Hartiganwildlife Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Sean Hartigan and Brian Leddin of the Green Party after being elected to Limerick City and County Council.Picture Brendan GleesonLIMERICK Council has been asked to improve the environment for wildlife in Castletroy Park to encourage birds and insects.According to Green Party councillor Seán Hartigan, Castletroy Town Park is an area with which could be easily managed for wildlife.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “By reducing the grass cutting regime, areas could be left for wildflowers to develop which would provide much needed habitat for bees and other pollinators many of which are in danger of extinction,” Cllr Hartigan claimed.“A small change to the grass cutting schedule in Castletroy Park to reduce the frequency of cutting would give wildlife a chance, especially around playing pitches and grass verges,” he added. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

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Colts sign starting center to 4-year contract extension

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV COMMENT Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 4th September, 2020 06:11 IST Colts Sign Starting Center To 4-year Contract Extension Financial terms of the deal were not immediately available but ESPN reported the deal was for $50 million and included $34 million in guaranteed money, making Kelly the highest-paid center in the leaguecenter_img First Published: 4th September, 2020 06:11 IST Written By FOLLOW US The Indianapolis Colts have signed starting center Ryan Kelly to a four-year contract extension.Financial terms of the deal were not immediately available but ESPN reported the deal was for $50 million and included $34 million in guaranteed money, making Kelly the highest-paid center in the league.Kelly recently told reporters he intended to focus on preparing for Indy’s season opener Sept. 13 at Jacksonville while his agent continued working on details for a new contract. Kelly was about to enter the final year on his rookie contract and could have become an unrestricted free agent next winter. Now he’s signed through 2024.Kelly was Indy’s first-round draft pick in 2016, No. 18 overall, and has 51 starts over four seasons. He’s called out blocking assignments for one of the league’s top offensive lines each of the past two seasons and was rewarded last season with his first Pro Bowl trip after starting all 16 games.The Colts were the only NFL team to use the same starting five in all 16 games last season and all five return this season after left tackle Anthony Castonzo signed a two-year deal before hitting the free-agent market.With Castonzo, two-time All-Pro Quenton Nelson and Kelly anchoring Indy’s offensive line, the Colts finished seventh in the NFL in rushing offense — their first appearance in the top 10 since 2001 — and wound up tied for ninth in sacks allowed.Image credits: AP last_img read more

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After Instagram: 6 Alternative Photo Apps To Try

first_img8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Visit GeekSugar for the full slideshow of Instagram alternatives for your app library.More from GeekSugarFun Camera LensesGadgets, Cords, And Apps: 11 Summer Travel Tech Essentials8 Great Summer Reads For GeeksGadgets And Gear For The Perfect Summer PartyDownload Of The Day: Strut TypePerfect Posture: 7 Tablet Stands That Get The Job Done Editor’s note: This post was originally published by our partners at GeekSugar.com. It’s unlikely the public’s love of Instagram will die down any time soon, but what if you just want to bring an app of fresh air to your smartphone camera routine?Consider expanding your vision to other apps. Just like the photography service you already know so well, there are plenty of other awesome apps and communities for beautiful photos.#1 Hipstamatic ($2)Let’s face it — Hipstamatic was here first, and it remains the thinking woman’s app since you have to decide which lens and film you want to use before snapping a pic. Much like real photography, you’ve got to know what equipment works best in your environment. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… kristy korcz Tags:#Photo Sharing Services#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts last_img read more

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Have You Or Someone You Know Ever Fake-Liked Something On Facebook?

first_imgdan lyons To help people avoid that situation, we’re working on a post that will help you figure out how to “memorialize” the account of someone who has died so that Facebook won’t keep surfacing their likes in your feed. Send Us Your ExamplesMeanwhile we’re looking for more examples of fake likes. Our writer, Bernard Meisler, put his story together by asking people he knew on Facebook to look out for fake likes and send him examples. Now we’d like to find even more. Apparently this is happening a lot, and nobody seems to know why.Facebook told us it must be people accidentally pressing a “like” button on their mobile app. But can there really be that many people pressing the wrong button, all the time?If you have a theory, we’re all ears.My Friend The Financial PlannerMeanwhile, everyone we talk to seems to have a story about fake likes. Just this morning when I came in to work I opened up Facebook and found this: UPDATED: This story has been updated to include comments from Facebook. See below.Our story about dead people liking stuff on Facebook really struck a nerve. For some people this phenomenon isn’t just strange — it is downright painful. Like this person who commented on Reddit: It’s a post that went out this morning from my friend and neighbor, Catherine Valega, touting a new “miracle weight loss” cure that can “burn unwanted fat around your belly in 14 days.”I got suspicious. First because Valega is teeny-tiny. She’s an avid runner and probably weighs 100 pounds soaking wet. She’s not someone I’d expect had ever used (or needed) a miracle weight loss cure.More important, Valega is a financial planner and a wealth management specialist who lives in an affluent suburb of Boston. She uses Facebook to promote her professional services and to build her personal brand. Most of her posts are about college saving, retirement planning, insurance coverage — useful stuff.So I didn’t think she’d be polluting her feed with crappy posts about belly fat reducers.And I was right. Valega had no idea this had gone out under her name until I snapped a screen grab and emailed it to her. She was appalled, and removed it from her feed.[UPDATE: Facebook points out that the example above originated on Twitter, not on Facebook, which means Facebook should not be blamed for it. Also: A Facebook spokesman says there are cases where someone has liked a brand but simply doesn’t remember doing it. In other cases it’s possible someone got confused and clicked on an icon believing they were “liking” one thing when actually they were liking something different. For example, you might click on an icon for what you think is a new DVD release when you are in fact liking the retailer that is promoting the DVD. Finally, there are cases of “click-jacking” where people believe they are clicking on, say, a button to play a video, when actually they are being tricked into liking a product. In those cases the like goes out into their feed without their knowledge or consent. However, Facebook has been making a big effort to fight click-jacking, and has been successful in stamping out most of it, the spokesman says.]A Problem For FacebookSure, in a way this is kind of funny, but it’s also kind of not. If you’re using Facebook in any kind of professional capacity, these fake likes could become a problem.Not just a problem for you, but for Facebook. Because if the new reality of Facebook is that you need to constantly check your profile and make sure stupid stuff isn’t going out under your name, people are going to start leaving.Valega wasn’t pleased by the belly fat thing, but she’s more worried about what might happen next. One of her friends who would never shop at Walmart just had a “like” for Walmart go out under her name.Valega’s business, Greenbridge Wealth Management, is bulit around not just financial planning but social responsibility, sustainability, environmental awareness and other progressive ideas. A fake-like for Walmart could actually hurt her image.“If Facebook shows people that I like Walmart, that’s a business buster,” Valega says. “No way would I like Walmart or invest in Walmart.”Risky For BusinessSo being on Facebook becomes a risk. And what’s the reward? Valega says she’s never found a new client via Facebook. She just uses the site as a way to build a presence online. But now she thinks Facebook is “on the way out.”So help us out. Has anyone you know ever fake-liked something on Facebook? Send us examples. Maybe we’ll get some answers from Facebook — or, even better, a resolution. Related Posts Tags:#Facebook#fake likes center_img The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verificationlast_img read more