Fluffy Links – Tuesday 23rd February 2010

It’s not just Cork people you see, it’s Munster people who are over-patriotic. Munster – Nothing Else Matters.

Welcome to the Mediacontact.ie blog.

Gerry Adams publicly questioned on his own blog about the absence of the Irish language from the recent historic Agreement at Hillsborough. And a little while later….

Google Streetview is on the way in Ireland. How to get you and your house removed from it.

Lot of biz related links today:

Old article but good. How to conduct meetings, Google style.

Product placements on RTÉ on the way.

Synergy Centre, the business incubator space at the Institute of Technology, Tallaght, is currently accepting applications for free one year intensive business programme. Deadline for applications is 26th February 2010. Apply here.

Not Robocop tech, but Innovator has identified 15 opportunities to develop new services, processes and products in the Civil Security Market. InterTrade backed workshops on this area.

My fav C words. Apart from Cork, chocolate and the usuals.

Dublin Chamber of Commerce members on Twitter.

Heard mention of these on Phantom yest.
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2 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Tuesday 23rd February 2010”

  1. Emma says:

    Hey Damien, thanks for pointing out the Dublin Chamber list, National College of Ireland is a member so off to get us added.

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