Fluffy Links – Wednesday January 13th 2010

Iris Robinson, for a quickie, loves balls. Chocolate ones. Possibly chocolate orange?

Two good pieces on search optimising your website. Both Irish case studies.
First is from Caelan King from WhatClinic. and Tommie gives a nice talk on search optmisation for a on Online Comic Books.

komplett Ireland has been sold but the good news is they see themselves expanding further. See this guest post on how social media is making them money.

Google will now store a gig of any of your files. You can bet they’ll analyse these files for data and connections.

Instead of emailing files to yourself, which is particularly difficult with large files, you can upload to Google Docs any file up to 250 MB. You’ll have 1 GB of free storage for files you don’t convert into one of the Google Docs formats

Like architecture? Docus on Gaudi, Speer and Mies van der Rohe.

FT didn’t have a great experience with their easy to drop Nexus phone.

50 covers from My Morning Jacket.

Self-rolling giant snow balls in the UK. Probably not at all new to other countries.

Been doing the rounds on the webs. I hope Jim Carroll plays this on his show. Terminator 2- The Musical

Found via Cormac Flynn – Boards of Canada – Seven Forty Seven (33rpm)

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3 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Wednesday January 13th 2010”

  1. adrian says:

    SkyNet Symphonic starts well, a little like an Aphex Twin track. Ends up a little unambitious, though.

  2. red mum says:

    ROFL chocolate orange, brilliant :)

  3. Philip says:

    Nice one with the BoC!

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