I really like this photo. Not bad from the crappy iPhone camera:
For those of the Corkonian persuasion, there’s a new site in town if you want to know more about your politicians in Cork. The site is called Cork Politics and is a handy resource for the upcoming local and European elections and will probably be a vital source for the upcoming general election too. With this site and the Kildare Street site, politics is becoming more transparent and reporting of it is no longer up to salaried individuals.
Competition from WeddingDates.ie. Something about Colin Farrell and a bed…
All Ages venue coming to Dublin? Rocking.
BT have a competition. Seems like a broadband Truman show.
Open Cofee Drogheda, come on down.
A bit of reality: Social Media Expert dot .ie
Another New Blog: Fiscal Student.
New service: Be Thrifty. Affiliate Marketing but you get a percentage back if you buy through them.
Amazon is one more step to killing off publishers/printing presses.
KMFDM – A Drug Against War
I know what you’re asking. Was he wearing sandals? No, no sandals but he still had his superpowers with him. A few bloggers and an unexpected 79 members of Boards.ie came along to the Dáil yesterday evening and got shown around the Houses of the Oireachtas by Ciarán Cuffe, after which we had a chinwag with John Gormley, Ciarán, Deidre De Burca (a very pretty lady I must say) and Damian from Green HQ. The conversation was mostly polite too but was far too short. Another time.
After that we headed to the public gallery to watch a vote or two. Jesus, but John O’Donoghue’s head could really explode soon. After that we headed off to the Dáil bar. Hilarious the way the bar is like some sectarian place where all the parties have their own sections. Is the Dáil always full of hacks and wannabe pols? I’m sure people will complain about the Greens trying to influence the bloggers or some bullshit like that. I can happily say I’m still not a fan of the Green Party, I respect a lot of what they do however and as someone who has already stated he was a fan of Ciarán, I’m a bigger fan now. So watch and learn Fianna Fáil, this is how you to “that thing with bloggers”.
iQ Content have offered those that read Mulley.net a discount of 20% on tickets to their Bootcamp. This is probably the best web training event in Ireland every year and covers everything that a business that’s serious about the web needs.
So you get 20% tickets for this three-day event but because there is an early bird offer on right now, you can actually get a 40% discount. The event is on June 9th-11th 2009. I think I might be doing something at it too, not sure, if not I’ll still be going.
To avail of it all you need to do is enter Fluffy as the discount code when booking online.
10 people better than Tubridy for his new job.
New blog: The Gospel according to Seán.
Oooh a Food Writing Workshop.
Treasa does some digging.
Brian Crowley’s Fianna Fáil logo is where?
Mark Simpson on the wrong fight for gay marriage.
What the internet was made for: Nice results you get back when you do a search on Twitter for that phrase.
Legalising drugs. Did the Portugese model work?
David Lynch. Batshit crazy but still lucid. Ideas are like fish.
Tobacco with a redbull type kick. Good lord.
Practices to make ideas happen.
DM Stith – Isaac’s Song
DM Stith – Pity Dance