The Palace Grounds, Monte Carlo yesterday
“There’s always two two tablets, one a selfie…”
This could put us out of business.
Manchester United fans are no longer allowed to bring iPads and “large electronic devices” to Old Trafford. In an email circulated to supporters before Tuesday night’s friendly against Valencia, the club instructed fans to leave their tablets at home:
Thanks Donie Sullivan
At Kayne West in Marlay Park, Rathfarnham, Co Dublin last night.
More than one, in fairness.
Thanks Dave Leahy
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain this morning.
At the “lacklustre’ Ireland Vs Scotland 6 Nations rugby match in Lansdowne Road, Dublin this afternoon.
“A game as as flat as an ipad,” reports Aaron.
It’s not what it first appears.
Eoin Purcell writes:
We launched Sarah Maria Griffin’s book, “Not Lost: a story about leaving home”, last night. Her husband, who left Ireland with her a year ago, is working in San Francisco so he was Skyped in on the iPad to watch the launch in the Gutter Bookshop.
The memoir is a story about emigration and building a new life away from Ireland. Sarah is only home for the launch and flies back in the first week of December for a Christmas in the USA…
Thanks Divine Sugar