Fluffy Links – Tuesday October 28th 2008

New site about Inchicore.

Ciara has a good report on the BNI conference last week titled “I refuse to participate in a recession”.

New Irish blog Lower the Tone.

An Open Letter To Ciaran Cuffe

Via Debz Boba Fett Hoodie.

You should fire your web agency when

I’d love to see Irish research on brain reactions to ads.

No truer words. Optimization is the enemy of innovation.

Speaking of which: Cluetrain summary on Slideshare.

Surf the net as if you were in China without having to go. Wow, god bless you technology! Will probably be the same for Australia soon too.

Oh. My.

Via Jonny H Guy creates a level on Little Big Planet in order to propose to his girlfriend.

Via Bock – Gays for McCain:
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5 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Tuesday October 28th 2008”

  1. Phil says:

    Just installed the ‘browser like you’re in china’ plugin. i know it is going to start rants soon.

  2. Sharon . says:

    Hi Damien!
    The Green Party seem to have disappointed a lot of people over a lot of issues: Mr Cuffe certainly disappointed thousands of people on Wednesday October 22nd last outside Leinster House when he apologised to the ‘Pension Protesters’ re his party’s stand on the issue . He took to the speakers platform and , microphone in hand , stated ‘We got it wrong…made a mistake…’ etc – then promptly went back into that institution and voted in favour of the medical card cutbacks!
    I left a comment (” ‘Green morality’ lasted 40 steps”) re same on the relevant thread (‘Senior Citizens’ Parliament Rally on Medical Cards’) on Indymedia.ie –
    – should I have used the figure ’30’ (as in ’30 pieces of silver’) instead of the figure ’40’ ?

  3. Neil says:

    Thanks for the plug Damien! 🙂

  4. Jonathan says:

    what he said 😉

  5. Optimisation is not the enemy of innovation. This might be true in a professional services company, but in product-led businesses, making things stronger, better cheaper is the core of innovation. Think Toyota, think Ikea just for starters.