Monthly Archives: July 2006

Hold music interviewed and podcast!

I had a podcast interview lined up for today with David Hayden of Jeteye. He didn’t show, so I spent 17 minutes listening to the hold music on the conference call. I had taken time to prepare for the interview … Continue reading

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Digital Rights Ireland challenges the government

Via Bernard and Damien comes news that Digital Rights Ireland is going to challenge the constitutionality of an Irish law which mandates telcos operating in Ireland to retain the details of all electronic traffic for 3 years. This data can … Continue reading

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WordPress updated to 2.0.4

WordPress was updated to version 2.0.4 over the weekend. This release contains several important security fixes, so it’s highly recommended for all users. We’ve also rolled in a number of bug fixes (over 50!), so it’s a pretty solid release … Continue reading

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Blogger meetup

Annette is proposing a blogger meetup in Dublin on August 19th. What with the new baby and all, I’m not sure I’ll be able to make it along. I’ll have to see if I can get permission to abandon the … Continue reading

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How to beat the RIAA?

Via Bernie comes news that the RIAA is starting to drop cases against people who have open wifi networks! The RIAA (the Recording Industry Association of America) has to date, sued over 18,000 people in the United States suspected of … Continue reading

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Free label printing software for Mac

Via UCC’s Dave Murphy comes news that Avery have released free label printing software for the Mac. For anyone who has struggles printing of labels in the past – this is great news. The software has: templates for all Avery … Continue reading

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