Fluffy Links – Thursday January 29th 2009

By the time you read this I’ll be fast asleep and not have even gotten up to fly to London to attend this. But I’ll be away Friday from this blog, so now you know why. If you are in London this evening though. Some of us are meeting up for Mexican Food.

More sponsorship opportunites for the sold out 2009 Blog Awards.

Frost/Nixon review from Charles. I really thought the movie was very pro-Nixon. Frost was a chump in it.

The first Dublin fb Megaparty which will take place this Friday at The Purty Kitchen in Temple Bar. Details on Facebook.

PR/Marketing toolkit, built by Thomas.

A business bootcamp for school goers. Great idea.


An Bord Snip.

God is a bit of a dick.

Urban Cookie Collective – The Key, The Secret

least it wasn’t this.

7 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Thursday January 29th 2009”

  1. eliMordino says:

    I don’t think Frost/Nixon was pro- or anti-anyone – to my mind it tries to represent human beings rather than ideologies. And does a jolly good job of it.

    (And by all accounts, Frost is a bit of a chump, so…)

  2. Emmet Ryan says:

    Haddaway is a legend, you shouldn’t be apologising for it.

  3. Thanks for mentioning the Business Boot Camp. It was an excellent idea and well organised by the Mayo County Enterprise Board.

  4. manuel says:

    god is a dick is tremendous…….well spotted……

  5. Aidan says:

    Well i though it was going to be 2 Unlimited – Tribal Dance or No Limit , ide cringe if i head them today.

  6. The intention behind the Business Bootcamp for Young Entrepreneurs, which I organized, was to introduce students to the notion of entrepreneurship.

    Arguably, however, I learned considerably more from the exercise than anyone. I learned that when you treat young adults as adults they will behave accordingly. I learned that our society is considerably more ethnically and culturally diverse than I had thought it to be. I learned that our young people are imaginative, creative, and entrepreneurial.

    Above all I learned that, despite all who say otherwise, our future is optimistic, bright, positive and progressive. The Z generation, or the We generation, call them what you want, have the where-with-all to take us out of the mess we have created for them.

  7. Damien, One for your next fluffy links:

    These guys need a geography lesson: