http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cX_BJrsezts Today we had the pleasure of being interviewed on Skype by Jay Hathaway (@strutting) of the web culture and trends site Urlesque, about our impending (tomorrow - tomorrow!!!) wedding. We'd like to thank Jay for the opportunity to talk about why we are streaming our wedding and for sharing that video with everyone.
O’Flaherty Episode #21 – Show me the money!
Show me the money! Recorded on my cell phone, I talk about how Technorati has become irrelevant, how much money the average blogger makes their blog, opening unsolicited emails and finally naming and shaming companies which use human spammers. Links Blogging is x3 times bigger than porn. My ass! How much money do you earn … Continue reading O’Flaherty Episode #21 – Show me the money!
Blogging is x3 times bigger than porn. My ass!
It's always fun comparing sizes, but this time it think this time the "Technorati State of the Blogosphere" may have popped one to many viagras. I wasn't even aware that the "State of the Blogosphere" had begun to be published until Sara pointed me to the TechCrunch article about it and immediately something jumped out … Continue reading Blogging is x3 times bigger than porn. My ass!
Everybody’s talking – right?
An IM conversation with Sara from Suburban Oblivion about the new Microsoft ad campaign with Seinfeld and Bill Gates. The conversation says it all really! [15:50:12] Paul O'Flaherty says: 🙂 [15:53:21] Paul O'Flaherty says: Did you see this yet? [15:53:21] Paul O'Flaherty says: http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/windows/default.aspx [15:54:31] Sara says: the ads? no [15:54:43] Paul O'Flaherty says: Don't … Continue reading Everybody’s talking – right?
Full Or Partial? Sara Feeds The Debate…
A little over a year ago I posted about how I felt that partial feeds are like foreplay without sex. Damn frustrating! Sara from Suburban Oblivion has reopened that can of worms again and is getting some great feedback in her comments with the vast majority of folks preferring full feeds. I’ve gone back and … Continue reading Full Or Partial? Sara Feeds The Debate…