Tag Archives: Mary Mulvihill

Cases of great Dublingenuity!


I finished reading a quite interesting and enlightening book over the past weekend, entitled Ingenious Dublin: a guide to the city’s marvels, discoveries, and inventions, by author Mary Mulvihill. It catalogues a wide variety of important inventions, innovations, and accomplishments, … Continue reading

Posted in Animals, architecture, art, book reviews, books, cities, civics, civility, commerce, Communications, Cuisine, culture, downtown, economic development, Economy, education, entertainment, entrepreneurship, environment, Europe, EVs and hybrids, film, fun, geography, Geology, government, health, historic preservation, history, humanity, infrastructure, land use, movies, nature, rail, spatial design, technology, tourism, transportation, Travel | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment