Monthly Archives: November 2006

Technorati down?

Anyone else having trouble getting in to Technorati today? My attempts to get in in the last 10 minutes or so are timing out. UPDATE: It seems to be up again. I wonder what that was all about.

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How to advertise to me

Advertising any product to me is becoming more and more difficult. It is not just me, there is a growing number of people who are discovering ways to skip ads almost completely in their daily lives. In my own case, … Continue reading

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it@cork 2006 conference review

[At the outset, let me say that any comments I make on this event will be coloured by the fact that I was one of the organisers!] Ok, with that out of the way, I think yesterday’s event was a … Continue reading

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My wi-fi died!

The wi-fi died on my laptop early in the it@cork conference yesterday so I was unable to live blog the event, as I had hoped. I’m not sure why, I paid for 24 hours wi-fi from the Eircom network there … Continue reading

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it@cork 2006 Conference – Jacques-Etienne Grandjean

Jacques-Etienne Grandjean is the Senior Director, Comm Sector Western Europe of Microsoft. Jean-Etienne’s presentation title is “Are Desktop Applications the way of the past?” Jacques-Etienne is unfortunately doing a sales job on Microsoft Live rather than addressing the actual title … Continue reading

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it@cork 2006 Conference – Eddie Hobbs

Eddie Hobbs led off the talks at the it@cork conference this morning. His talk focussed heavily on energy and the coming energy crisis. What is the Irish government’s plan when oil reaches $200 per barrel? [Hint: it is up there … Continue reading

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