Archive for January, 2010



Monday Motivation

Here’s a video which may provide some inspiration today:

Thoughts On The Future Of The Media

I’ve ben sitting on a post about my thoughts about the future of the media for a while now and will try to post it next week as one piece or as a series of posts. In the meantime, here’s a really interesting presentation Guido Fawkes gave at a recent Online News Association event. What [...]

Bit late posting this, but if anyone is around Dublin on Tuesday morning there’s a free breakfast meeting on in the Burlington Hotel between 8:00 – 9.30am. John Ring is running it and promises it will be different from your standard sales pitch. Read more about it on his website.

On Friday night RTE’s news report on the adverse weather conditions in Ireland featured a clip of a young man slipping on ice. Since the broadcast the clip has gone viral online, with over half a million views for the various clips of the incident. Here is a clip of the incident. It looks like [...]

What’s Happening In Digital

Here’s something I didn’t get around to sharing last year. Kevin Dunne posted a good presentation late last year on what’s happening in digital, which includes plenty of Irish examples. Enjoy. What's happening in digital View more presentations from Kevin Dunne.

Reality 2.0

There was an interesting article in Guardian yesterday about how smartphones are making the concept of augmented reality (AR) an everyday reality. For those unfamiliar with the concept of AR, have a look at the video below which brings augmented reality to life (hattip to Christian Hughes.) Over the next couple of years, augmented reality [...]

Product Myopia

I’ve been watching Adrian Weckler’s Twitter account this evening as he livetweets from CES in Vegas this evening. One of the announcements I was expecting was the 3D TVs that would be revealed at the show and sure enough Samsung seem to be first off the blocks tonight. There has been plenty of excitement in [...]

The Lines Are Blurring

ReadWriteWeb published an interesting video late last year in which Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, speculates about what the web will look like in five years time. One of the key highlights from Schmidt’s interview for me was this tidbit – within five years there will be broadband well above 100MB in performance and distribution [...]

Creating Impactful Presentations

Ed Kavanagh has recently started his own presentation consultancy, offering advice on how to create compelling PowerPoint presentations. I see a lot of presentations and I’m always amazed at how people can create PowerPoints which actually work against them. Check out the site and here’s an example of a slide makeover Slide Makeover… of a [...]




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