Fluffy Links – Friday November 5th 2010

Fantastic. A marketing ROI calculator. Web based and free!

The 2010 Boards Photo Book is being launched on November 20th. As usual, all money goes to charity.

The third series of Dragon’s Den has a closing date 28th of November for those that want to submit their idea. Ah g’wan.

Georgina Campbell’s Ireland Guide app has been updated. More content and even premium content!

Check out this massive waste of money. Grants given to iPhone app creation for the Arts. Clones of existing ideas. A funding system that already exists and a hologram about Irish coffee for only 180k.

Freshmilk clothing from Cork has made a range of tees in support of Movember.

Dead Cat Bounce have made a moustache inspired single in support of Movember that’s out this week called ‘Everytime You Shave A Moustache Dies’

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3 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Friday November 5th 2010”

  1. Emily says:

    Agreed, the DTCS list of cultural technology grants is a bit odd, although some of the projects sound interesting… as an (unsuccessful) applicant, however, I’d note that the application process required all funds to be drawn down by 30 November, even though notifications weren’t sent out until late October– so realistically folks were just sending in proposals for projects already in train. Also there were no guidelines as to the number of awards or amounts available, so I don’t think it was a particularly ’strategic’ grant process, just a way to deal with a budget surplus. Interesting too to see that grants ranged from 9k-180k, and the sheer number of iPhone app grants!

  2. Thanks for mentioning the Calculator Damien.

    Al

  3. Gerry says:

    Save our moustaches. They’re coming back into fashion, really.