Last Fluffy Links of 2014!
On January 13th in Dublin I’ll be giving 29 short lectures on digital marketing. It’s nearly free to attend this. Nearly as if it was free people wouldn’t feel obliged to turn up if they got a place.
Mailchimp Snap is a nice idea. Take a photo, send it to your mailing list or part of it with a little note. All from your phone.
A list of courses UCC will be doing mostly in the evenings come January. So many I’d love to go to but work travel means no.
Laghdú by Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh & Dan Trueman. Album of the year say so many people and they’re right. Do see Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh live too if you ever have the chance. A gent and a slow-motion explosion of talent in front of you.
The Jack Lynch Tunnel has its own app. You can connect to the CCTV streams too. Obviously only as a passenger but you could watch yourself drive in and out of the tunnel from your phone. The future has landed but we won’t realise it until it’s the past.
Is the Malcolm Gladwell mask slipping? Doubts on his work now.
Anti-social (media) publications. Let people read the content and not see Twitter and Facebook begs. You may get less traffic but people that do consciously share your content are more bought in to it.
A graphical explanation of UI vs UX.
Missed stories on Facebook? Most people do. Catch up here.
Absolutely scary. A piece from a woman about her father. Her father the serial killer.
Hoodies where the hood part can be swapped out for another one and you can collect the designer hoods? I’m in.
You can just tell that the people in Reuters, stuck on Queen and started singing “I Want to Break Free”. Reuters says good luck and fuck you to commenters.
The Philosophy of Aristotle