Currently testing their 3g laptop card and am very impressed. Now 3 just announced their broadband package will be €19.99 a month with a 10GB download cap. They also announced they now have a USB modem for €129 for those that don’t have laptops. Speeds in Dublin go up to 3.6Mbps.
Robosapien the movie. Oh god. And they don’t want to make Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors? Gits.
Not enough that they made Terminator 3 and are thinking about making 3 more movies, now there’s the Sarah Conor Chronicles. It does have the cute girl from Firefly (Summer Glau) and the cute guy from Heroes.
This is how the American military torture people. This is “waterboarding”:
1 day, four hours, sixteen startups, dozens of dreams, hundreds watching, thousands in prizes.
In Dublin, want to shout at politicians on the telly? Come along to the IrishElection.com blogger party. TV, broadband and beer. Upstairs in the Teacherâ€™s Club, 36 Parnell Square, Dublin 1. Fun starts around 1730
Fan made video which the band have now stuck on their own website. If you haven’t seen Once Upon A Time in the West, this will spoil the whole movie for you. You were warned:
In 1976 a crack soldier of destiny unit bought a house, no no, rented a house and did it up with their own money, no no, someone elses, I mean resting in my account…
A staggering film for the violence, the drama and the amazing acting. An alternative glance at life in New Zealand. Here’s one scene. There are many like it. Jake the Mus is a guy you root for one minute and you hate him for his violence towards others the next minute:
So banner ads do work. Handy. Means maybe that Google ads that are not clicked on will still be effective and won’t cost you anything.
Lesbians everywhere will find this of interest:
This guy is lucky. He wins a car, re-enacts how he won to a local TV crew and then… watch and see:
IrishElection.com are recruiting for helpers on count day. Using MySay.com people in count centres can phone into a special number and their voicemail is turned into a live podcast-like message for the world to hear. In addition they will have people live-blogging from the count centres and lastly they will also have a textline in operation where people anywhere can text in gossip/drama/rumours and it will all be uploaded onto their site. Politics mixed with tech. *drool*
If you want to help out give them an email on IrishElection < AT > Gmail.com and include your name, constituency you are in and your mobile number.