Fluffy Links – Monday October 11th 2010

NAMAland is an augmented reality app which lets you see properties in Dublin owned by NAMA through an iPhone or Android phone.

For all of those people that go from Cork to Dublin a lot. Airport codes on a t-shirt.

Claiming our Future. Saturday, 30th October

It offers a chance for people, trade unions, community organisations, environmental groups and other civil society organisations to not just talk about a better way – but to take new inspiring steps

Mini-docu on work desks that people have. I’d watch another 20 minutes on this.

October 28th, 2010: Life Skills Workshop For Deaf Teenagers.

What we can learn from procrastination.

Mad Men, books mentioned or seen in the show.

Vid of Paul Delaney who designed a bottle for: Your City, Your Heineken… Cork has a wall painted on Oliver Plunkett Street with the bottle design.

9 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Monday October 11th 2010”

  1. dahamsta says:

    Cork is ORK.


  2. Mark says:

    And CRK is Clark International Airport in Angeles City, Philippines !

  3. Fixed, thanks lads. Early lads!

  4. Emma says:

    Love the link to the Mad Men book list, will print it out and hit up the library. Thanks Damien.

  5. the NAMA AR thingamajig is a good ‘un

  6. Justin Mason says:

    yeah NAMAland is great fun! Spent saturday driving around Dublin’s docklands. it’s riddled with giant concrete-and-steel crap that we now own 😉

  7. dahamsta says:

    Top tip for shortcutters: many airport shortcodes can be prefixed to .aero to get to the official airport website. ork.aero and dub.aero work, for example. Sadly, some airports couldn’t be bothered, including one of the biggest in the world, LHR.


  8. NiallOK says:

    http://www.ork.aero/ and http://ork.aero/ aren’t working for me :/ … getting an invalid hostname error…

  9. Tipster says:

    The Claiming Our Future gig is now sold out, although the website is still active and being used to propose, comment on and vote on suggestions.