Fluffy Links – Thursday October 16th 2008

Have a look at Look Around Ireland, a website that has a hell of a lot of 260 degrees views of various places in Ireland. The Newgrange one is nice.

PollDaddy was sold to the makers of WordPress. Another win for Ireland. Why not big up the lads over on TechCrunch too?

Debz’s daughter got hold of her makeup. Why so serious?

Get the Lotto results on Twitter now.

The Nora Dunne Gallery
website is now up and running.

Have a gawk at Diddlyi.com, a social networking site for Irish dancing and music enthusiasts.

Obama campaigns inside XBox360 games.

Then 7-eleven has a clever campaign tie-in with cups. Choose your Obama or McCain cup.

A guide to Google Analytics from a Googler. Nice overview of what Google Analytics can do for you.

Details about the new ad system from mySpace. Google still controls contextual ads on the site but anyone can run ads that target people by their interests, age etc. A bit like Facebook’s older ad system.

Start embedded YouTube vids at any time.

Irish Web Awards intro thanks to John Williams:

4 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Thursday October 16th 2008”

  1. Deborah says:

    Thanks for the mention Damien! She’s available to do Avon parties most evenings! 😛

  2. NiallOK says:

    When you said 260 degree views, I presume you meant 360 degree views yeah? Nice site, that LookAroundIreland… good find 🙂

  3. Aidan says:

    great fluffy links today