Monthly Archives: June 2007

Yahoo!stopping Irish signups

I was trying to convince a client to set up a Flickr account yesterday however, they rang me to report that they were unable to get an account. Why? Because Yahoo! requires a postcode as part of the signup process … Continue reading

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OpenDrinks Cork and Web 2.0 Expo

The European Web 2.0 Expo is being held in Berlin this year from the 5th-8th of November and it is shaping up to be a really high-profile event. The San Francisco Web 2.0 Expo in April had 12,000 attendees and … Continue reading

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My beautiful little boy is growing up!

Our son Tomás had his ‘graduation’ from his Montessori class today. They dressed the kids up with mortarboards and had them singing songs! It was great fun and Tomás had an absolute ball. He starts in school in September.

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Summer book recommendations

I just bought three books on Amazon to take with me on holidays and am looking forward to getting into them. They are – David Weinberger’s (Cluetrain Manifesto co-author) Everything Is Miscellaneous Andrew Keen’s The Cult of the Amateur and … Continue reading

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iPhone reviews out – overwhelmingly positive

Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal and David Pogue of the New York Times were both given iPhones to trial for the last two weeks. Today they (and others) published extremely positive reviews of the phone in their respective … Continue reading

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iPhone activation? Try to keep up!

It is funny to see Techmeme going wild over a story which I broke over 36 hours ago! Come on guys, that’s old news. Try to keep up.

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