Fluffy Links – Thursday January 10th 2008

Stephen on Irish Rail, again. He should start a group blog.

Greens in not thinking things through shocker.

Next Fine Gael might learn to count.

Via Richard, get 30 days free trial of Wordze.

Choice Music Price details. Well done Jim et al.

iPhone listens to music, guesses the tune?

Twitter + Politics.

A fictional kiddies book about Microsoft Home Server. Uhr.

Tony Bourdain rocks.

David Allen explains Getting Things Done at Google:

10 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Thursday January 10th 2008”

  1. Jim Carroll says:

    thanks damien. the fun has begun

  2. Steve says:

    Not so much on about Irish Rail more that gobsheens can call strikes whenever they want for what ever they want and because they are in a union nothing happens.
    Group blog…mmmmm…would you really want to get me started 🙂

  3. danger says:

    Any chance of a review of your iphone? I’m always interested to know what people think of it after a bit of heavy use, as opposed to inital ‘oh i love the touch screen’ opinions. I wasn’t impressed with the predictive text input, but then – I only used one for about 20 minutes.

  4. Eoin O'Leary says:

    The “David Allen explains Getting Things Done at Google:” video was a great find Damien, Thanks.

  5. Anonymoose says:

    That iPhone Track ID is a neat application.
    Sony Ericsson have had it on their walkman phones for nearly a year now. Of course when you buy a phone off a mobile operator and run the trackid, when it identifies the track the Mobile operator then offers to sell you the track. A nice little money spinner for them.

  6. Robert says:

    Interesting that someone else picked up on the light bulb issues. I wrote about last week.

  7. Robert says:


    That should have been I wrote about it last week as well.

  8. 73man says:

    Never mind GTD, what about FDI?

    A Scottish friend told me this foolproof system: Fuckin’ Dae I’

  9. Niall O'K says:

    Sony Ericsson have been doing that song identification thing for ages now on their mobiles…

    T’is called Track ID

  10. Wenson J says:

    Interesting links thanks Damien! Will read more later!