Fluffy Links – Friday September 5th 2008

The ICCL’s Electric Picnic Photo Album. I want one of those t-shirts!

Those broadband issues with BT Ireland are still ongoing.

If you were one of the 100s or maybe 1000s of people spammed by Insure.ie yesterday and today, here’s the online complaint form for the Data Protection Commissioner. Commandant Lasard himself will look into this.

Watch your eyes, it’s the website for Gay Pride Limerick. One day gay pride will be something that doesn’t need a parade with men dressed as women. Til then the majority of the gay community will keep focusing their energy at partying instead of campaigning for equality. Live for today folks!

Boards.ie forum posts = messages left on the wall of a public toilet. I love how the Indo reporter threatened legal action if he was named in the article. What a cock.

And on that. Boner wanted.

Via Irish Craft Update: Dublin’s 24 hour comics day 2008

Blog for upcoming actress and writer Pauline McLynn. She’s gonna hit the bigtime. Just you wait and see. I have this hunch.

So what email addresses get the most spam? Fascinating survey.

Via James. Ouch. Ad firm emails all their staff the comms plan for breaking redundacy news to them.

Mitchell and Webb – Wrong side

5 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Friday September 5th 2008”

  1. David Behan says:

    I was actually going to blog about insure.ie last week but then I got that stupid spam mail yesterday and they lost all credibility. I hope more people submit a complaint. Mine is in.

  2. ryan says:

    Was also spammed my insure.ie. Dont mind though; I’m looking for insurance for the new car and they were cheaper than everyone else. Hurrah for perfectly timed spam!

  3. John Braine says:

    >One day gay pride will be something that doesn’t need a parade with men >dressed as women.

    And one day you might be able to get a train to the parade!

  4. Ross Cooney says:

    I understand that insure.ie got the email addresses from people who requested a quotation from them over the past few years. I suggest that you call them if you got an email from them and you didn’t request a quotation.


  5. Colm Doyle says:

    Got that fecking Insure.ie spam too.

    Complaint lodged.