Pandemic TEACHING PT 2

Into the second week of teaching and the configuration and setup has changed – The laptop has gone from an 8yo to new one and the monitor has been upgraded to a 28inch 4K monitor. Being able to see 50 students on the screen at a single point in time is hugely...

The Pandemic Lecturing Process

I’m back teaching in UCD this semester, lecturing to 54 MBA students in Digital Transformation and a similar number of MSc students on Strategy and Innovation.  Both the MBA and MSc programmes are designed originally as in class experiences and my own...
Thankful for 2016 as 2017 dawns

Thankful for 2016 as 2017 dawns

In 2016… I started a new role and helped fund some great companies. Worked with some great founders and some really amazing colleagues. Spent time with people. Some of whom I met through Twitter and met physically for the first time in 2016. Spent time in Hay on Wye...

Note to self

I’ve just taken up a role as Venture Leader in NDRC. My 11yo describes it as “being a talent scout for technology” and a friend called it “being a matchmaker”.  I think the combined description is a good start. As a note to self...

Sometime more than 140 characters are needed

Sometimes you can say a lot in 140 characters. Sometimes you can’t. There were two tweets on Friday night. Close to each other tied to the attacks in Paris. I tweeted These are the days I don’t miss Storyful. — Dermot Casey (@dermotcasey) November 14, 2015...
10 Ways that the Websummit is like Disneyland

10 Ways that the Websummit is like Disneyland

I took the kids to Disneyland last year. I was reminded of that experience today. (I skipped that last few Websummits and it’s grown a wee bit since the first one in Bewley’s Hotel in Oct 2009 and the ones in 2010/2011). More or less tongue in cheek Lots of money...