Fluffy Links – Wednesday December 3rd 2008

Irish people search less for property and more for porn. Related?

New to me. Lugus.

Handy competition from Curious Wines.


Shane Ross covers the shenanigans from FÁS in regards to his FOI requests.

Micksgarage Winter Driving Tips.

Irish man does Facebook for dogs. No? Jaysus.

Online retail traffic for Thanksgiving not so good compared to last year though good for some.

This is modern marketing. Neil Gaiman encourages his readers to come up with clever ways of marketing his new book and in return he’ll send them personally signed goodies. A decentralised marketing army doing 100s of small things to spread the word, all for the price of a few pieces of merchandise.

Malcolm Gladwell fever online at the moment. So a person is an Outlier, what about a brand?

Living Colour were a band around in the late 80s early 90s and had some great songs. Found three on Youtube, pity SonyBMG has denied embedding them. Nothingness. Love rears its ugly head. Cult of Personality. Leave it alone.

The brilliant John Caddell on Phantom played this the other night – Garland Jeffreys – Hail, Hail Rock’n’Roll

One Response to “Fluffy Links – Wednesday December 3rd 2008”

  1. Colm says:

    Facebook for dogs. It’s not even original. Dogster? Catster? It’s been done, and it didn’t work then either.

    The Shane Ross piece is incredible. The mind boggles.