Archive | January, 2009

Irish Blog Awards Nominee 2009

Irish Blog Awards Nominations Published

The very very very long list of blogs nominated for this year’s Irish Blog Awards, organised by Mulley Communications, has been published. It’s interesting to see how many different blogs there are out there this year and it will be interesting to see which ones progress to be shortlisted. We’re nominated in the Business Blog […]

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More Youtube Experiments

Image via CrunchBase We got mixed feedback from the first Youtube video I posted recently, so today I decided to play around some more. One of the problems people had with the first video was the audio quality, so this time round I opted to use an external microphone (Shure SM58 hooked up to a […]

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Playing With Twitter

We’ve been using Twitter to push out status updates etc., for the last few months. However it’s only very recently that we’ve actually begun using our Twitter account to really interact with people. Here’s a snapshot of our follower numbers over the last three months via TwitterCounter:As you can see the numbers started climbing relatively […]

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Surprises Are Fun!

Back in December we got an email “out of the blue” to let us know that we’d been nominated for the DomainInformer Readers’ Choice Awards. I posted about it at the time and told a few people, but I honestly didn’t expect us get anywhere with it. Don’t get me wrong. I have plenty of […]

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Comreg Publish IEDR Report

Comreg, the Irish Communications Regulator, has published their report on the consultation on the IEDR / IE namespace. You can download the various documents including the submissions from their site. For convenience here is their press release: The Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) has today published itsResponse to Consultation on a new framework for the […]

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