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Fluffy Links – Thursday May 14th 2009

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

We found Brian’s very small one.

Some gold here in details about the New Yorker.

You can still be a winner with Komplett.

The next Facebook Garage in Dublin is on the way.

A noble pursuit. Finding and saving documents that might get destroyed.

Via Buildings and Food – Amazon’s blog on books.

Want a discount for the iQ BootCamp?

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

iQ Content have offered those that read 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.

Fluffy Links – Tuesday May 12th 2009

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

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

Last Paris pic … for now

Monday, May 11th, 2009


Package design is great

Saturday, May 9th, 2009

All the same product:


Without the Enda voice

Friday, May 8th, 2009

If you look at this website from Fine Gael and read the message from Enda Kenny, can you read it without your brain doing the “Enda Voice”? I honestly can’t.

Fluffy Links – Friday May 8th 2009

Friday, May 8th, 2009

Alan Foran is now a-blogging.

Eddie Hobbs’ sham resignation.

The Evening Standard says sorry. How utterly interesting. Relaunching and moving away from their negative past?

Chart of time spent eating per day versus rate of obesity. I’m not sure I have any faith in this chart.

Just enough is more and toxic friends.

Obvious I suppose but good for those selling domains. Generic domains outperform non-generic domains in ads.

Going all the way to the Top in the Eiffel Tower.

A frequent occurrence in Paris Metro stations:

Taken in Tipperary today

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Dear Fianna Fail

Via Laura

Lucozade Bloggers comic book workshop on Saturday 9th

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Open invite to Irish Bloggers or bloggers who are not Irish but could qualify for Ireland using the conditions in the Jack Charlton era might work too…

Got this via email:


We would love if you could make it along to our Lucozade Bloggers comic book workshop next Saturday 9th May to celebrate the launch of the new Lucozade digital campaign called ‘Energy Guy’.

The workshop will take place in The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin and will be hosted by the guys behind the Lucozade Energy campaign, illustrator Eoin Coveney and animator, Jason Butler.

Eoin and Jason will talk through the whole process of creating a comic book, illustration and the transfer to animation when creating a comic strip…and then it’s your turn!!!

Eoin will be on hand to do very flattering caricatures and you’ll even get to be a bad guy or superhero in your own comic strip for your Blog!

Starts at 1pm. Lunch provided too. Email Cliodhna Lamont, cliodhna.lamont < at > with the subject Comic Workshop and tell her I sent you. (I just want to see how many sign up via this post, I get nothing for this)

Fluffy Links – Thursday May 7th 2009

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Ireland steals Lauren away from Brighton. Welcome to Ireland. Lauren is a friend and is a genuine social media expert and is now in Ireland showing us how it’s done. Have a chat with her if you want to run some online campaigns.

Kieran is spot on. Tesco removing Irish produce from shelves is bad for all of us.

This is why Stephen Fry rocks.

Glen of the Downs Craft Centre needs some help.

Via Keith. Enterprise Ireland have a blog. Officially.

Attention blogopolis, welcome Ronan Gallagher to the fun and freedom of blogging. Or don’t. Be that way.

Not the official anthem of Libertas.

50 Cars, one bus. Good statement on the environment.

Coolness. Art student paints car so it blends into background.

Via Outside Line, great ad for Google Chrome. Very Apple.