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Talking Mice On The Radio

Seemingly, I’ll be heading over to the KCLR studio in a half hour (for an 11:40am slot) talking about mice. Not the run around and eat cheese kind but rather, the clicky kind. The mouse, as we all know it and love it in its various shapes and sizes has celebrated its 40th birthday and…

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Following The Apprentice Final, Live

I’ve found myself parked in front of the TV on a Monday night, working online, and happened upon The Apprentice, final. Admittedly I’ve only seen one or two weeks of the TV programming but there’s been a massive following on Twitter over the weeks. That following has landed me on Darren’s blog where you’ll find…

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Tuesday Push For DownloadMusic.ie

It’s about time I offered up a post for the Tuesday Push and I’m happy to see my first one being for DownloadMusic.ie. With almost 900 artists on the books and close on 45,000 legal music downloads – which, by the way, contribute to standings in the Irish music charts – DownloadMusic.ie has become the…

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I Should Really Get Mobile Broadband

I’ve noticed a change in my blogging trends of late. The free time that I wish to dedicate to blog posts finds me in areas where my connectivity is completely restricted. My work within the theatre has increased dramatically (no pun intended) over the last few weeks (I spent the last two weeks of June…

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Biting The Bullet, Upgrading To N95 8GB

I’ve been waiting, and waiting, for the Nokia N95 8GB to hit O2. While Vodafone have recently announced the dramatic price drop in the N95 8GB model (moving to Vodafone could bag you for phone for under the €200 price mark), I’ve opted to stick with my mobile operator and take the N95 upgrade, available…

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iQ Boot Camp On The Way

The annual iQ Content Boot Camp is on the way, taking place in the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel in Dublin from April 22nd to April 24th. Early bird registration passes today but if you’re working in the web industry in Ireland (or anywhere else for that matter) and you’re available to attend, it would be…

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Get Your Grill On With Open Coffee BBQ This Summer

The Open Coffee collective is moving away from coffee and biscuits in a cosy hotel / coffee shop / business centre / technology centre for one day this summer and switching the biscuits out for burgers, sausages and everything BBQ’able. Where: Terryglass, Tipperary (Lough Derg) Why: Sure why not? An outdoor gathering of Open Coffee…

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Irish Microsoft Technology Conference Tomorrow

The 2008 Irish Microsoft Technology Conference gets under way tomorrow April 2nd to Thursday April 4th. Kickoff is 7pm tomorrow (Wednesday) in the Cineworld Complex on Parnell Street. The IMTC 2008, is an 8 track, 40 session extravaganza covering a breadth of Microsoft’s latest emerging technologies. Throughout the festival there will be numerous networking opportunities,…

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More From The Playlist Mix Podcast (And Podcasting)

The 27th Playlist Mix podcast has gone live and it marks (at least technically) a full year since the launch of the podcast. Granted, after three shows I took the bones of five months away from the podcast to decide whether or not I would make a full run of it but having revived the…

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Delighted The Internet Has An Off Switch

In comments on my post prior to the weekend, Bernie Goldbach suggests that you have to shut off the warbles, the beeps, the bubble-ups, and the vibrating text alerts at least once every three months. To certify this, Pavlos adds Isn’t it great when we find ourselves in places and situations where the absence of…

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