Fluffy Links – Friday 16th October 2009

G’wan Cavan. Love this.

‘Crisis Correspondent – Reporting from Uganda’ competition for third level students.

Whip out your mobiles… ZozzyTV will be streetcasting your videos onto massive screens on Grafton St, Henry St and Temple Bar.

Interesting stats on the lack of clicking on ads and how clicks are going down over time.

Refresh Dublin is looking like a nice mix of webby stuff.

Android training courses in Ireland now. Imagine if Three/Meteor actually sponsored them

Princess Bride the game.

Us Now. Free to download docu that looks at user participation and the potential for change from this.

Us Now follows the fate of Ebbsfleet United, a football club owned and run by its fans; Zopa, a bank in which everyone is the manager; and Couch Surfing, a vast online network whose members share their homes with strangers.

Colour Shift. There’s an app for this: pretty colours moving across the screen looking like changing wallpaper.

Daft.ie are getting into the Augmented Reality game with their listings. Saw their demo on an Android Phone. Very very very cool.

Florence + the Machine – You’ve Got The Love (The XX Remix) (via Unarocks)

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One Response to “Fluffy Links – Friday 16th October 2009”

  1. Shane says:

    Us Now have the Torrent link on their website,
    and you can Stream it @ http://watch.usnowfilm.com/

    Saw it on more4 ages ago, good Documentry

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