Fluffy Links – Monday 27th October 2008

Bank holiday in Ireland but what the hell. Lots of non-Irish read this now. And I’m working today anyway!

Donal, as well as celebrating his birthday yesterday is turning into a model what with being on stamps and buses.

Been emailed a few times to give a push to this blog post about a charity owing a lot of money to the taxman and needing a dig out. Not sure how able they are to run a tight ship but they certainly are doing a great job looking after kids (as Kate testifies) who the Government deliberately appear to ignore.

New (to me) blog of Steven Troughton-Smith.

Via the Business Post is news about a new PR agency in Ireland called OnlinePR.ie who specialise in social media and blogging. They don’t have a presence on Facebook, Twitter, Bebo and don’t have a blog either. Uhm. Something amiss there surely.

10 billion photos on Facebook now. And all locked in.

Pedigree Chum ditches Crufts sponsorship, maybe down to BBC investigation.

The 80/18 rule.

Google gets a jet. Nice.

Handy guide to cheap data roaming around europe.

Cos:

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6 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Monday 27th October 2008”

  1. Markham says:

    Can’t see an email address for onlinepr.ie either. Retro.

  2. Not very surprised Damien. Reading the onlinepr piece she seemed to be saying she tried x pr, it didn’t work. Y pr also stopped working but this online lark seems popular so she is an expert in this now.

    Love the frog song :)

  3. K8 says:

    Epic thanks for linking to my page, Damien. I really appreciate it!

    Sorry you’re working today :’(

  4. Mark says:

    Spot the same address – http://www.mcgovernpr.com/contact.html – why not play to the 25 years PR experience they already (supposedly) have?

  5. alan great to hear your feedback. honestly. at least i know there’s a fertile blogosphere out there. thank god. just to put you in the clear. I did not set up x pr and fail. nor y pr and failed. i set up a social network site with investment from AOL IN THE US in 2000. cost me a packet. ran a news service. cost of server huge. ran out of funds. so what? it was better than going to college. my online pr firm was sold . this was a huge success but it served its purpose. my pr firm is well known and respected. yes i want to develop online pr and excited. got a great response even though the launch is only at soft launch stage. hope to hear from you again soon. mary

  6. alan great to hear your feedback. honestly. at least i know there’s a fertile blogosphere out there. thank god. just to put you in the clear. I did not set up x pr and fail. nor y pr and failed. i set up a social network site with investment from AOL IN THE US in 2000. cost me a packet. ran a news service. cost of server huge. ran out of funds. so what? it was better than going to college. my online travel firm was sold . this was a huge success but it served its purpose. my pr firm is well known and respected. yes i want to develop online pr and excited. got a great response even though the launch is only at soft launch stage. hope to hear from you again soon. mary

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