Fluffy Links – Friday 27th March 2009

Been very lax with the Linkos De la Fluffeos.

So here we go:

New blog. Jackaheart.

Win two tickets to the Comedy of Errors in the Abbey. I saw them do rehearsals today and got to peer around the set. Looks like it’s going to be great.

You can now buy the Objectified poster. Before the film comes out.

My Little Pony is My My expensive.

Wantsies. 13 Most Beautiful… Songs for Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests

Sigur Ros do the stripped down thingy. Musically.

Pat Kenny, some of his best friends…

Declan Kidney. So say we all.

Want a Digital Media Strategist job?

Cathy from My Munster has cool new business cards:
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Via Irish Times business blog, Goodbiz market themselves using a barbershop quartet:

MC Solaar – Nouveau Western

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7 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Friday 27th March 2009”

  1. Aidan says:

    Sigur Ros, great tune, And i remember having dinner in La Closerie des Lilas a few years ago, nice place.

  2. click here says:

    I quite like some of MC Solaar’s stuff, and loved that song when it was released – was it 1994 or so?! Fecking hell.. Anyway, it still sounds so great, and love when it crops up on my mp3 player.

    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Rick says:

    *bows to Mr Mulley*

    As for Mc Solaar I was sure I was the only person on the planet who remembered it:

    http://rickoshea.wordpress.com/2008/08/13/nouveau-western/

    Still gives me goosebumps every time I hear it… Must dig it out for Soundcheck on Thursday… You up?

    I remember flying into Paris CDG a few years ago and listening to a tiny radio I had just to sample Paris radio stations. One of them was playing Serge Gainsbourg’s Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde (the main sample in this) I had a three disc of his greatest hits by the time I flew out…

  4. Dave says:

    Cathy’s business card would appear to have been inspired by Hugh McLeod.

  5. Cathy’s business card was in deed inspired by Hugh McLeod and made by the good people at Streetcards. http://gapingvoid.streetcards.com/. They offer great customer service and costs approx €35 euro for 50.

  6. Dave says:

    1: Make vaguely snarky comment on A-Lister’s blog!
    2: Post sheepish apology on receipt of clarification!
    3: Get rich!

    So long, suckers – I’m off to St. Tropez.

  7. Barry says:

    Good news: Ive heard from a reliable source that Gary Hustwit is coming to Dublin shooting on 25 / 26 may and my source (who knows him professionally) is organising a screening of Objectified in a cinema here… Ill let you know when i know more.