Author Archives: chrisjhorn
This article was published by the Irish Times on 1st September last – 100 years after the first successful military aviation mission. “No flying machine will ever fly from New York to Paris…[because] no known motor can run at the requisite … Continue reading
This piece appeared in the Irish Times today. As an aside, I always find it interesting how a sub-editor subtly changes some of the text from my submitted original. The sub-editor also choses a headline for the piece, which I … Continue reading
I wrote this following the sad passing of Kevin in June. It was published by the Irish Times on 5th July.
Bloom in the Phoenix Park has become a regular part of Dublin’s annual calendar. With 30 show gardens, numerous trade stalls and exhibits, and many food stands, it takes at least a day to see everything. A modest gardener … Continue reading
I wrote this article on what happened leading up to the ‘Heartbleed’ bug, and the consequences, for the Irish Times for May 12th last. Just before midnight on New Years Eve 2011, one of four software developers at OpenSSL Software … Continue reading
I chaired the final judging panel for these national awards again this year. Here’s what I wrote about them for the Irish Times for April 7th last..