‘’Possibility 2009+ Seminar’’ is happening on March 12th in Cork.
Possibility 2009 is a joint initiative of both South Cork and Cork City Enterprise Boards. For further information and online booking please visit www.sceb.ie/online-booking. This seminar is highly subsidized at €30 per participant
In April Johnnie Moore and Kay Scorah will run a workshop called a “A Day of Noticing“. Was at an adhoc workshop over lunchtime Johnnie did in the Guardian Offices a while back where we were throwing imaginary balls at each other that made odd sounds. It was fun and refreshing.
Video for JJ – Playground. Directed by Thomas Hefferon & Kay Madsen, a friend of a friend. Very stylish video and great song.
Made in Hollywood’s caption competition closes soon. Blog your pic from the Blog Awards with the speech bubble, link to this post and include you caption. Best caption wins a voucher to a restaurant of your choice.
Eolai is auctioning one of his fantastic paintings he displayed at the Blog Awards. I really wish I could buy every single onf of them. He’s a gifted artists and he is generous enough to auction this for charity. Bid here.
More like it. Dublin City Council are interacting with the public online for their development plan. They’ve directly asked people on Boards.ie for feedback. This is how you do it.
And speaking of eircom. A new website to protest them blocking the Pirate Bay has popped up. eircom here is at most an agent and it’s disappointing they are. The focus I think should be on the fact a comapny feels pressured enough to do this and if they feel it, others will. So tackle IRMA instead.
Another campaign site is caleld BlackoutIreland and I was asked to write a guest post. Filtering our sites and jailing our websites without trial means eircom and others are contributing to a Digital Guantanamo.
Bye bye The Chancer. And they left before getting sued to death. Ahead of the lawyers so!
Ronan from Tenaka drfiting now has a blog. Guess the name!
Placebo and Frank Black – Where is my mind? (Live)
They talked to bloggers. They told us of their new consumer electricity offering ahead of the press conference about it which is one right now. They asked us for opinions and answered every question. Genuine consumers got genuine answers in a nice relaxed atmosphere. They’re now in the electricity market with a guaranteed 10% cheaper than the ESB offering.
This is the ad which will be seen on TV soon enough.
I was seriously impressed with the transparency from a company of their size. Others will fill you in on the consumer issues they addressed.