Cork and Twitter = Bread and Jam is finally live and has been TechCrunched! Delighted to see the hard work of 5 lads pay off. They kept their heads down and worked and refined it until they were ready to launch it. So we have Pat Phelan and Twitterfone (Cork!) and now (Cork). Yeah. So maybe we’ll see a Jaiku app from Dublin or Tipperary then?

TweetRush is a very slick Twitter analysis website that’s powered by the Rush Hour analytics engine. It shows what appears to be the hype free stats for Twitter and not the not-denied numbers that have bandied about the place before. Despite the numbers it shows a powerful online community that generates a huge amount of concise content.

I got a sneak peak of Rush Hour. Damn. It’s going to be a powerful and interesting beast.

Well done to TweetRush. (Disclaimer: I helped a little with PR)

7 Responses to “Cork and Twitter = Bread and Jam”

  1. James says:

    Thanks Damien, servers getting hit hard at the moment!

  2. Pat Phelan says:

    Tis bread and sugar boy
    Well done to James and the lads, great kudos to Mike and gang at techcrunch for the Irish coverage

  3. […] big thank you to both Damien Mulley and Pat Phelan for all the advice and support, much appreciated… By admin Posted in […]

  4. frankp says:

    Very cool. Cork rocks.

  5. […] I deserted her for weeks to work on systems and code. She’s a babe that rocks! Damien, of Mulley Communications, the PR was excellent, and support through the highs and lows, nerves and all has been second to […]

  6. Aidan says:

    Well done lads, and to damien as well for the pr

  7. Mark says:

    I heard of before never knew it was lads from Cork, Well done.