In London again for another few days. You can always contribute to this.
200 have now regged for the 2009 Blog Awards. Not that many places left now.
Alexia has done a makeover for the Examiner’s gawful website. Looks way better now.
Online PR in Ireland. Do they get it at all in Ireland?
If you’re looking for a copywriter, chat to Nick.
Stephen is blogging for the EU. Well done dude.
Microsoft can go fuck themselves after one unannounced Vista reboot too much. The house of Mulley in business and personal will be going Mac only in 2009. Meanwhile thanks to Seamus here’s a stopgap to prevent those reboots.
Bernie points out the lie of the week in the Irish media. Downloaders hampering music sales. Do they even believe it themselves now? Shame the Sunday Times didn’t balance that fluff.
Said the Gramophone’s Top 50 songs of 2008.
Pat is giving away a Nokia e63. Just leave a comment on his blog to be in with a chance of winning.
Paul gives great free marketing advice to charities.
Update: Niall is taking free advice requests.
Then via Boards.ie:
Get 30% off Timberland
Get a 23inch dell monitor for about €186 delivered (when you add it to your basket the price then drops to the €186)
If you want to come along to the Blog Awards, you best register now, 1/3 of places already reserved.
Go iFoods.tv, they’re expanding. New staff!
Alexia talks about the one year anniversary of Paddy’s Valley. Being in the Valley and meeting so many great minds there was an amazing experience. Surprised there hasn’t been a repeat journey.
Jim is offering a free download of Adrian Crowley’s brilliant album “Long Distance Swimmer”, go get it and appreciate some native Irish talent. Then go see Mr. Croley live. Or buy the album for friends. Or both.
Clever clever clever. The Irish Cancer Society shop in Rathmines has been building a new collection of vintage threads and had a launch night for it.
If those dickheads in Komplett.ie did ads for Fianna Fáil…
Logo evolutions. Nice.
Impressive. Live DVD commentary on the Bluray of the Dark Knight.
Ok so. Hmmm.
Adrian Crowley – The Wishing Seat
February 21st, 2009, Cork.
It’s open a few minutes and 60 places have been registered. There are only 280 seats available this time round so get yourself registered early if you want to attend.
Sponsorship and nomination details to follow.
SuperGorm is blogging from Poland. After flying with RyanAir too! No Fás style packages for our John. See, I can blog about you without mentioning the you-know-whats.
Green Ink versus the recession. Bring it!
Pimp your Twitter profile pic with Twixenate.
Another Pol Cor is a-blogging. Welcome to the ‘sphere Catherine Halloran, the political correspondent with the Irish Daily Star.
No Nonsense want the public to design their next tax disc holder. Here’s my suggestion: Here’s my tax disc, now fuck off back to leaking case details to Paul Williams.
Stephen Fry tears the Blackberry Storm to bits.
Benjamin Zander is an amazing presenter. Watch and want to play music.
Via The Times Tech blog, a vid made from 45k photographs. Not as impressive as it sounded:
Via Nialler: Little Joy – No One’s Better Sake
The 2008 Google Zeitgeist for Ireland was just press released. A link to Google Ireland would do no harm PR people! I love that Google has said Declan Ganley is a politician. More proof that Ganley is a secret CIA agent cos we all know Google is owned by the CIA. Right? The treehuggers over in Fundymedia will be all over this post in nanoseconds. Once they finish their lentil tea. And get their dole.
Most Popular Ireland
Fastest Rising Ireland
And this one I love:
Politicians (Most Popular – Ireland)
Anymore takes for the Bloggers Lunch in Cork?
Website by Patrick documenting restoration of a boat. Warning, website might hurt your designer eyes.
A review of the future. Today.
James Foley does his CV using Powerpoint and it’s 1 Better than a normal CV 2 Better than a normal Powerpoint. I like.
Another view from another Twitter Mad Men persona.
Via Johnny Beirne. Love this tax disc holder.
This is where Lost got their idea. Given all the cross-overs, most shows are in fact fictions in the mind of one child.
Want. Wine holder, case, lamp.
Fuck The Recession, cute campaign from a Hotel Group.
So Fine Gael have a new Deputy Communications Officer.
Former Defence Forces Press Officer, Commandant Feargal Purcell, has today (Monday) taken up the position of Deputy Director of Communications with Fine Gael.
Just wondering, was it on his watch that Wee Willie had his gangsta pic taken? Will Enda be next for the street style photos?