Righto, off to London I go to attend Interesting on Saturday.
Des Bishop is working with the ESB to show how to conserve energy. He’s using his own house as an example on what to do. Not being all clinical about him or anything but Des is an interesting character, big into immersing himself in a situation. Be it learning Irish and showing us all we have nothing to moan about or living in various working class areas with the locals.
Foodie? In to Molecular Gastronomy? On September 26th in Galway there’s an event called: Taste & Smell: The Chemical Senses, blurb:
Explore the science of taste and aroma, with leading food scientist David Jackson, who will take you on a thrilling journey of taste, smell, physiology, psychology and even touch on Molecular Gastronomy
Win a MacBook Pro with the Coke Zero Ireland competition on Facebook.
National College of Ireland have launched a part-time entrepreneurship programme for people made redundant from financial services companies.
Looks like a good initiative: The Last Call project – a play and workshop which will open at Siamsa Tire on Sunday 13th September. The project focuses on prevention of teenage suicide and is aimed at 15 to 18 year olds as well as adults who are parents or who are working with that age group or younger teenagers.
Win a tour of Microsoft’s giant data centre in Dublin. You have to be a Bizspark customer to qualify.
Check out the decrease in ad spend in various forms of media. Everyone except cable takes a kicking, some media forms seem to have been destroyed.
Via Creative Review. Were this a movie, I’d see it but this is a trailer for a video game:
Seasons of hype. For Rent fans: