Fluffy Links – Wednesday July 8th 2009

In aid of Brainwave, the Irish Epilepsy society is The Horsehow Hustle on August 7th. That’d be a Friday. Tickets on sale now.

Tonight the iQ Prize is announced. Good luck to everyone who will be pitching from early morning and those working behind the scenes! Such a wonderful idea.

Via ConcubharCaint Campaign based in South Korea no less have started a campaign to save Irish. The site is aimed primarily at English speakers favourably disposed towards Irish. Love the t-shirts.

Niall Devitt and his experiences with Twitter so far, as a business person new to it.

Spolitchild are doing a free email marketing course, by email of course.

The Abbey have a new website. Love the design. Actually on that, they brought a few bloggers along to see Last Days of a Reluctant Tyrant ages ago. I need to do a proper review. It’s worth the entry alone for the set. The set and the lighting of it have to win awards surely. The lead character is one badass woman too. Superbly acted. Some skincrawlingly sppoky other characters too.

mySpace is still numero uno place to be for bands says Jim. I agree. No more demo tapes, mySpace it.

Wine tasting in the AGA shop in Cork on Thursday. Nice combo.

The inaugural Dingle Marathon is taking place this September 12th at 9am and registration is currently open. Will it go past the most famous ice cream shop in Ireland?

Been following Mike living the dream of writing a scifi show and it being taken up, worked on and filming is starting. Fascinating.

via Thrillpier The Tallest Man on Earth – The Gardner

3 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Wednesday July 8th 2009”

  1. Niall Devitt says:

    Damien, Thanks for the plug. I have an idea that I would like to run by ya. You will get me on 087 7750405, if you have a chance. Regards, Niall

  2. Jim Carroll says:

    Fluffy links for OTR two days in a row? It’s like winning the links Lotto.

    Hope all is well in Mulley World


  3. lisadom says:

    Best way to save irish would be to prohibit it – it worked for catholicism and look how successful that turned out to be.

    Ps. I used to work in the wine industry and would love to use what I know in a NFP capacity . If you know of a restaurant or wine shop who wants to do tastings – or informal ” wine tasting 101″ and would be willing to support a charity, I would do it. xx