Dave, Branedy, Tom and Donncha were mentioned in a piece about Cork bloggers in the Sunday Business Post pull-out section on Cork. I got a mention too. Good quotes from Branedy I must say. Peter Flynn was mentioned for his pioneering work in putting Ireland on the world wide web. Is Cork the real Capital of Irish blogging?
Also in the same section was a a bit on IT@Cork with a great pic of Donagh, Catherine and Donal looking very confident. They should send that to Tim O’Reilly with a caption “Bring it on!”.
Now that we are famous, when do we get rich?
Typical… I was torn between the Sunday Tribune and the Sunday Business Post this morning, and unfortunately it was the former that won the eenymeenymineymo so I missed this one.
Nice picture. Was that some sort of loft conversion you were pictured in?
Seems to me that Cork is the capital of blogging in Ireland. Now, if only I could find more time to blog myself…
[…] Now that I’m famous, having been disscovered by the Sunday Business Post. along with fellow Bloggers Damien Mulley, Dave, Tom and Donncha. We are all now waiting for the checks to come rolling in. […]
[…] Damien Mulley says that several Cork Bloggers were profiled in the Sunday Business Post last weekend. Included among them was this little blog! […]
I really can’t believe Damien got away so lightly on the pseudo-muse ‘Is Cork the real capital of Irish Blogging?’
C’mon you are all sons & daughters of Munster, can ye not get over your inferiority complex? Does Blogosphere have to have a capital?
My old uncle used to remark that gentlemen didn’t pull out their dicks when in company just to see whose was the biggest!
Instead them have never-ending political debates and arguments over everything and nothing when maybe them dropping their slacks would end all those arguments which are really only about one thing in the end.
Inferiority complex? Last I checked, considering yourself the best at everything is a superiority complex.
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[…] Well, we didn’t win an award, but it was a nice experience. I met al of of very nice and interesting people. I had hoped The Waiting Game would have won an award, but it didn’t happen. Great to meet Sinead Gleeson, Damien Mulley, Conor O’Neil, Tom Raftery and several other people with great blogs. […]