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Mark Stanley - Blog, Lotto Syndicate, Photography Mark Stanley ragorder.com Search for: Skip to content Home Photography Lotto.ie Results Store About The GAA & Tickets.ie – it could be so much better September 7, 2015September 7, 2015Mark Stanley I’m a GAA fan. Not die-hard, but a what I would describe as a ‘keen supporter’. I’m not the ‘travel the length and breadth of the country following my home county’ type supporter, but I usually go to a dozen or so games each year and I really enjoy that time with family. I’m not particularly affiliated to any club – I’m a county supporter and attend both league and championship games from February through to September, and as many of them as I can possibly get to. The games I don’t see in person, I watch on TV – though I don’t go so far as to subscribe to Sky Sports for the privilege. We won’t go there! As I’m not a member of a club, I buy all my tickets directly online, on the only site that sells them – tickets.ie. I am a registered user of the site and the buying process is pretty straightforward in most cases. Despite some other claims they make, the only real advantage of being registered for the site is that it stores your payment details, making the checkout process a few steps shorter. Other than that, it’s a pretty basic and totally unpersonalised buying experience. Read more → gaa, marketing, tech, Uncategorized, webdev Leave a comment Portrait Photography August 13, 2015August 13, 2015Mark Stanley I’ve always loved taking photos of people. A good camera, lens, good lighting and a great subject really make for the most interesting photos and for me, especially when I know the people well. As I always say, “if you take enough photos, you’re bound to get a good one eventually” and so here are some examples of the ones that I am most proud of both old and new. These were all taken with a Canon 7D Mark II and processed in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC. Would love to hear your feedback in the comments ? prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 next ? (28 Photos) flickr, photos, photoshop, processing Leave a comment A missed opportunity for a great customer experience April 27, 2015September 7, 2015Mark Stanley Where I live in Dublin, Ireland there are multiple domestic waste collection companies and it’s a relatively competitive market. Last year I made the decision to move from one waste company to another for a variety of reasons. I won’t mention the names of the companies here, but those familiar with these services in Ireland will likely be able to identify them due to their contrasting customer service levels. Both companies send SMS alerts the night before the weekly bin collection reminding their customers of which bin to leave out and when – in Ireland we have three bin types: grey for domestic waste, green for recycling and brown for organic compostable waste. Both companies provide an online system to view your bills. However the new provider goes a step or two beyond this. My new service provider sends me a monthly email summarising my stats across each waste type versus their overall customer base. They send me weekly personalised SMS messages that details how much I recycled on my last collection. It’s a small thing, but it’s a nice customer experience that informs me about the level of waste I produce and how much recycling I do relative to the average customers. What struck me in particular was with my old company and how they managed me after I left. Read more → marketing Leave a comment Ouya unboxing and first impressions May 28, 2013September 7, 2015Mark Stanley In August 2012 I became one of many backers (63,416 to be exact) of the Ouya project on Kickstarter – a hugely successful fund raising project to build and ship an affordable Android based game console for the living room. In fact it was so successful they raised >$8m via Kickstarter and went on to raise another $15m in VC funding. I signed up, paid my $99 (plus some additional costs for delivery to Europe) on the promise of a console and one controller if/when they managed to build it. That day came yesterday – my Ouya arrived on my doorstep in Dublin, Ireland and after my very kind wife handed over an additional EUR20 to DHL for the customs fees, it was officially mine. Not sure how many others arrived in Ireland yesterday (May 27th 2013 – you can let me know in the comments) but I like to think that I was one of the first to get one here. The following are my high level thoughts on the unboxing and first impressions of the hardware and software. Note this is not an in-depth review – I’ll leave that to the experts – but hopefully a useful post on the first impressions from an end user. Read more → Uncategorized 1 Comment Dublin GAA Club Map April 16, 2013April 16, 2013Mark Stanley As I attend more and more GAA club games in Dublin for my wife, my son and now my daughter I find my self continually searching for new club locations. Some are new to me, some I’ve been to before but can’t remember the exact location. GAA club websites are mixed in their quality and I find myself reverting to Google Maps / Apple Maps to find where I’m going. As I find new clubs I’ve been adding them to a Google Map which I have embedded below for your viewing pleasure. I’ve opened the map up for public collaboration in the hope that others will contribute the locations of their clubs – making this a reference point for clubs across the county. If you find this useful, please link to it from your website or post a link to your social media channels. Thanks! View Gaa Clubs – Dublin in a larger map Uncategorized 1 Comment Google Nexus 10 Review January 5, 2013February 8, 2013Mark Stanley I recently purchased a Google Nexus 10 tablet. I was in the market for a new tablet since my last one was the original iPad and it has begun to feel very slow, doesn’t have any camera and is not eligible for the upgrade to iOS6. I was pretty well bought into the whole iOS world – between my work and personal equipment I own a MacBook air, two Mac Pro’s, an iPhone, an Apple TV, an Airport Express, two iPods and the aforementioned iPad – and that’s just counting what I own today – I’ve been through several iterations of many of these devices. However several years ago I owned a HTC Desire Android phone and really liked it so an Android tablet was a definite option – especially since all I’ve read recently indicated that Android was really leading the mobile OS pack, and the hardware was getting better and better with each release. The only thing I felt I would really lose was AirPlay compatibility – I use AirPlay on a daily basis to stream audio from my iDevices to a set of powered speakers in my kitchen connected through an AirPort Express. Having mulled all the options (probably a little too much) I finally decided to go with the Nexus 10. I liked the idea of having a different perspective on the tablet offerings today, and generally don’t like the idea of ‘vendor lockin’ despite being a somewhat willing vic...

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