During ‘de papers’ section of Sky News.
Owen Jones, a columnist with The Guardian, walked out of Sky News studio as he discussed the newspaper coverage of the attack in Orlando, Florida with Mark Longhurst and Julia Hartley-Brewer.
A long (37 minute) exposure of the moon passing across the sky by Finnish photographer Janne. Petapixel’s Michael Zhang explains:
Janne was shooting with a Nikon D800 and 100-300mm lens at 300mm, f/8, and ISO 100. The trick behind the shot was a 10-stop neutral density filter, which greatly cut down the amount of light hitting the sensor and allowed Janne to shoot a 2258-second exposure.
Neil Arthurs writes:
I took this on the way to Poolbeg Lighthouse
Grand Canal Dock this morning. Inverted.
A worthy addition to the VisionOn Gallery.
“We were saddened to hear of the death of [alleged internet critic of the parents of Madeleine McCann] Brenda Leyland. It would be inappropriate to speculate or comment further at this time.”
A Sky News statement today on the death of Brenda Leyland who apparently took her own life after being accused of internet trolling by reporter Martin Brunt.
He’s fallen out of love with a piece of technology.
“The main story in sport is not TV3 winning the World Cup, because it was a bid, they bid more than than the other guys, it was a simple bid, right. However, the decision of the GAA to sell the rights to SKY is far more dramatic – for the future of Gaelic Games in this country.
It’s not actually about paying for the matches – it is that it will mean an inexorable drive now to professionalism in Gaelic Football and Hurling. That means that Gaelic Football will eventually become – and Hurling will become the province of about 150 players who will be highly paid, then the whole idea of Gaelic Games – the parish and all that will be gone – a bit like rugby – gone.”
Rugby pundit and former Sky shill George Hook on TV3’s Tonight with Vincent Browne last night.
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