5 Reasons to Study Abroad in Ireland

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Abby Moncus is a student at Virginia Wesleyan College and an ISA Featured Blogger.  She is currently studying abroad with ISA in Dublin, Ireland.

I am half way through my semester abroad in Ireland and I do not want it to end! Ireland has definitely been a perfect fit for me. I hope these reasons will help you decide if Ireland will be a great fit for you as well!Processed with VSCOcam with f2 preset

1. Beautiful Landscapes

Since Ireland gets plenty of rain, there is never a lack of luscious green landscapes to see. Whether you are on an ISA excursion to the Wicklow Mountains or on a trip of your own, you will always find a beautiful backdrop! Even a walk through town is beautiful because of the different architecture styles. I never get tired of the view around me.

2. A Plethora of Places

As Ireland is a relatively small country, it takes just a short trip…

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Internet of Things and Industrial Security Primed for Growth

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Infonetics Research forecasts the Industrial Control System (ICS) and Internet of Things (IoT) security market — including distributed firewalls — will skyrocket to over $675 million by 2018. The U.S. oil, gas, and utility companies are the first targets for most vendors building solutions in the IoT/ICS security space, but some vendors are seeing significant interest from oil and gas companies in the Middle East.

via Infonetics Research

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Weekly Photo Challenge: (Meals) Gone, But Not Forgotten

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Some people never forget a face.  I never forget a good meal.  So it’s no surprise that for this week’s photo challenge, I thought of meals I had eaten and loved and wished I could have again.   So, with no further delay, here are some of my favorite food memories from Boston and Grand Rapids:

There’s no better feeling in the world than a warm pizza box on your lap.–Kevin James

Pizza at Antico Forno, The North End, Boston Pizza at Antico Forno, The North End, Boston

So long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all questions for the time being.
Franz Kafka

Lunch at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Lunch at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Most of us have fond memories of food from our childhood. Whether it was our mom’s homemade lasagna or a memorable chocolate birthday cake, food has a way of transporting us back to the past.–Homaro Cantu

Grilled egg, tomato, mozzarella and bacon at The Thinking Cup, Boston Grilled egg, tomato, and…

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Actors and Philanthropists: Staff Picks

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There are a lot of new faces on our Staff Picks page this week so be sure to have a look. Among them you’ll find our top four favorite pages of the week! Actors, actresses, health experts and philanthropists, they’re all amazing and worth a view and a compliment.

To start we have, Larisa Petrini of Romania, in our header photo. A corporate wellbeing strategist she is also a certified health coach, a Jamie Oliver Ambassador, a trainer and a sustainable living advocate.

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Flashing….Lights: Nicki Minaj Switches It Up For VOGUE Italia & Puts Her Double Ds On Instagram Blast

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Carl Landry’s overtime buzzer-beater put-back lifts Kings over Pacers (VIDEO)

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Down one with :12 seconds left in the game, the Sacramento Kings put the ball in the hands of Rudy Gay on the wing and got out of his way. Gay worked the isolation against Solomon Hill (who did a nice job) and ended up taking a contested 15-foot jumper that he missed.

Then veteran Carl Landry got the board, came down, went back up and won the game for the Kings.

If you’re a CSN Bay Area subscriber, watch a live stream of the Magic vs. Kings Saturday night, just follow this link.

This is a game the Kings had led by 13 after one and by 17 in the third quarter, but the Pacers fought back in the fourth behind a combined 13 points in the frame from Rodney Stuckey and David West. That got them to overtime where all five Pacers’ points…

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Some Strong Black Matrimony-dom: Hubby Hov Consoled Mourning Beyoncé During Iceland Birthday Vacation, Slow Danced To “Let’s Stay Together”

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Poor Beyoncé spent Hov’s birthday trip to Iceland in mourning after learning about the death of Kelly Rowland’s mom!

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