Archive for the ‘Fluffy’ Category

Fluffy Links – Friday October 12th 2007

Friday, October 12th, 2007

Via Mick. Wispas still not available where you are? Try here.

And if you like them that much, why not get the earrings too?

Black bastard energy drink
. Oh ze Germans.

A flying spycam the size of a dragonfly?

Via Harry, see all the episodes of the TG4 political drama “Running Mate”. Go here and click on “Drama cartlann”.

So, name a company, win a router.

Via Twenty, the Star Wars Trumpet lady:

Fluffy Links – Thursday October 11th 2007

Thursday, October 11th, 2007

I’ve started updating the Irish Tech Company blog again. Emails going out in the next while asking for updates and clarifications. Go to the blog if you want your tech company to be listed.

Get better Sinéad.

*Channels the dead Blogorrah* Wayne is back and what an evening was had in Cork!

Am thinking of going to the Web 2.0 Expo in Berlin. Who else is going?

Liking the sound of this cheap officespace in Belfast.

Irish Broadband are just asking to be hacked.

Stupid filter. I love it. Use the same spam fighting algorithms to find and kill stupidity online.

Devendra Banhart – Sight to Behold (Jools Holland)

Fluffy Links – Wednesday 10th of October 2007

Wednesday, October 10th, 2007

Nice rant from Suzy.

Ron Mueck is a legend of an artist.

Yeah, more facebook jokes. Cheers Matt.

Google trailerpark.

We need a mobile web camp too. Do we have enough Irish companies working in the mobile space?

Politics and Web 2.0, How not to do it.

Korn – A.D.I.D.A.S. (Final Destination 2 mashup, one of best opening scenes in a movie ever)


Fluffy Links – Tuesday October 9th 2007 (Part II)

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

Update: And this is where I realise yesterday’s fluffy links only went out this morning. So today we have two scoops of fluffy, not one. Ooops.

Fustar has a new home. Redo your blogroll folks.

The Newswire is back. Yay.

Wanna job?

No lady, your car was not stolen.

Wow. Photos of teeny tiny things.

Best headline of the day.

A coach carrying the jury for the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, has crashed outside The Ritz Hotel in Paris.

The Data Protection Commissioner now pretends to be concerned about Bluetooth. Headline grabbing again but never will they do anything productive since that takes effort. Sham.

Selling links on your blog? Google might just wipe your blog off the net.

New blogs on the block from yesterday.

Bat For Lashes – Whats a Girl To Do

Mercury Rev – Goddess on a Hiway

Fluffy Links – Tuesday October 9th 2007

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

Have a look at Neill’s new blog. Soapbox free with every read.

Check out Finola, I like her blog.

What good reviews? Bribe bloggers.

So apparently Phil is the next Ze. Hmmm, I dunno. Ze used to sprinkle his videos with amazing stuff that would really make you think. Phil has the sarcastic commentary down for sure but I’m still waiting to be wowed by new insights and where are the songs?

Get your Justice D.A.N.C.E. T-Shirt here.
And here’s the vid:

Outsiders speech from The Field:

Fluffy Links – Friday October 5th 2007

Friday, October 5th, 2007

Una will crawl over glass for us, this time she read Hot Press so we don’t have to. Depressing.

Dickie Rock reviews this week’s singles. On Craig David’s ‘Hot Stuff’, he says, “I love the rhythm, he’s a great singer.”

Uhm. Jesus.

Michele points out GMail doesn’t help you if you want to track abusive emailers.

Open Coffee Galway is on today. Go!

Yeah, what is Arcade Fire up to? Maybe they’ll give away the Radiohead album for less than free?

The new Sony Bravia ad with stop-motion clay rabbits. Now it makes more sense.

Did anyone know the guy who co-founded (Larry Sanger) but now loathes Wikipedia gave a talk in Dublin recently? MP3 of his talk here.

Is the nanny state mentality stopping progress and innovation? Peter Cochrane is asking.

Lethal Bizzle Police on My Back:

You might like it unless you heard where it was cloned from.
The Clash – Police On My Back

Not hugely Fluffy Links – Wednesday October 3rd

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007

Dart safety notice gone wrong.

So it seems eircom knew since March about that wifi issue.

Some excellent covers of Radiohead songs.

Germany says no to Google and DoubleClick.

Update: Via Matt:

go to
type the words tedious wanker into the search box
no quotes
See what happens

Oh and Matt wants to start lolhorses.

The latest Dove ad:

Fluffy Links – Tuesday

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007

Eddie in shock at suggestion of resigning.

Daithí had the pleasure of doing the first Blawg review from Ireland. Nice one.

Good to see the O’Dellinator back with a great “makes sense to us who don’t speak lawyer” post on that Monica Leech defamation case.

Just wow.

Dedicated to Apple fans.

And is this Nokia ad.

We’re all gods?

Bitter Pill blog is now a book. Congrats!

Check out the Promenade blog if you like technology and music.

Oooh. Another Irish website awards. To be held on a Balcony.

But as Stephen points out, there aren’t many interesting websites in Ireland,

I can’t gaurentee there are that many interesting websites coming from Ireland.

it’s free in so don’t throw your toys out of the pram when nobody nominates you.

Here’s the requirements:

Simply put, we are looking for five innovative, qookie, unusual, creative, experimental websites.

Buffalo Tom on Letterman

Buffalo Tom – Late at night mixed with My So called Life:

Fluffy links – Monday October 1st 2007

Monday, October 1st, 2007

Annie’s got another blog. This one is on moviemaking.

Joe took comprehensive notes (as usual 🙂 ) at the latest training session from the Irish Venture Capital Association on how to raise VC money. Well worth a read.

So yeah, it seems if you have an eircom Netopia wireless modem, the password or “WEP key” can be found out in seconds. 150,000 customers affected?

Monkeysphere. Love the idea of it. Makes sense.

Via Linkmap, the documentary on Sir Henry’s is done and will air at the Cork Film Festival this year. Yay. Clip from the docu here.

Get prints made from your DNA or from your fingerprints.

Steve Jobs gave a motivational talk to Yahoo! staff? What the …

Vodafone Oz are going to block kids getting to their mobile chat rooms. That doesn’t help kids and keep them safe, it just shoves them in another direction.

How laws are voted for in Texas:

Dude, that ain’t a horse:

“Government big enough to supply everything you need is big enough to take everything you have …. The course of history shows that as a government grows, liberty decreases.” We don’t have an FCC yet:

The line between bravery and stupidity…

Sunday, September 30th, 2007

Some of these bike crashes are just awful. I had to stop watching the first one. I think to watch it through I’d need lots of beer and more fellow evil friends: