Fluffy Links – Wednesday 31st October 2007

Shite. Tom’s moving to Spain. Best of luck mate. Send me gaspacho frequently!

Galway Open Coffee morning details.

Watch live Wikipedia edits on a map of the world.

Reminded of any org?

German old geezer “playboy” sues 19 year old because she didn’t sleep with him when he brought her out on the town.

France are going to DNA test people trying to bring in “family” after being granted asylum. Who’s next?

I’m giving a talk in Soho over breakfast. It’ll be about social networking. Do come along. November 20th

No podcast support on the iTouch Music store?

Facebook have a platform as does mySpace as does .. Damien Mulley? Nominated for Best Blogging Platform at the Golden Spiders.

Speaking of which. Eoghan does a good analysis of the sites shortlisted. 94% fail to validate to W3C standards? Eoghan should press release his findings. ๐Ÿ™‚ This is also funny.

Love this pencil sharpener.

Via Darragh:

6 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Wednesday 31st October 2007”

  1. *cough* I wouldn’t have the foggiest… ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Paul Walsh says:

    Damien, just to point out that Eoghan only tested for code validity. I’m not saying the sites did comply but it would be a misrepresentation to say they failed W3C standards without testing them properly.

    Without getting into the debate here… whilst code validity is something that all developers should aim for, it’s not the end of the world when a major site fails in this area. That is of course, not the same as saying it’s ok for them not to comply with W3C standards.

    Now that I’ve detracted from the importance of the post and the fact that I’m in agreement with is… ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Darragh says:

    Cheers for the link Sir! Never know – may see you in London! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Anthony says:

    Best Blogging Platform by far, kthxbye.

  5. Tom Raftery says:

    Send you Gazpacho? Feck off!

    Come out and get it for yourself. You’ll have a place to stay in the sun as long as we are there!

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