TIM BURTON COLLECTIVE -- Everybody needs the Tim Burton Font Collection.
IRISH-NATIONALISM -- It would be worthwhile to determine the ethos of the Irish Nationalism discussion forum.
Irish-Nationalism offers counterpoints to several themes explored in the Mass Communications and Culture course in Tipperary Institute.
OJR -- JD Lasica raises some interesting points about full disclosure in the context of blogging. If you are paid a company to write about a topic, should you disclose this fact to readers? What if you receive a product or a junket from the company--does that need to be disclosed to readers as well? Lasica explores these topics in a well-written essay for Online Journalism Review.
JD Lasica -- "The cost of ethics"
SUNDAY TIMES -- Andrew Sullivan visited New York and noticed many pedestrians with little white wires hanging down from their ears, or tucked into pockets, purses or jackets. These were iPod people. Sullivan is one of them.
Murphy isn't going to put himself in the line of fire with the contents of his blog. "Where possible I avoid talking about my employers' business .... (A)t no point would I openly critique my employer. I just wouldn't do it."
Murphy himself has 300-400 readers a day. "They'd be a mix of marketing, PR people, journalists and analysts. It's a wide mix."
Elaine Larkin -- "On being a blogger" in the Irish Independent, 17 February 2005.
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CLONMEL -- Comments by Gerry Fogarty on the Media Writing course:
Signers Koffer is a provocative work as he uses unconventional and unusual methods in his endeavours. He arouses a significiant response whether in support or in opposition. He provokes interest while also instigating disapproval, most of the criticism leveled by the Media Writing class was that Jackass was better.
Send mail2blog using Nokia 9500 Communicator by Gerry Fogarty on the Media Writing course.
WEB CREDIBLE -- Here are 10 CSS tricks you may not know.
PEW INTERNET -- Researchers documents that 11% of American adults have iPods or MP3 players. That means more than 22 million of those who are age 18 and older have portable music players. "It’s safe to say that there are several million more MP3 players owned in the teen world" as well, concluded the researchers. Here are some of the details:
SMART MOBS -- We revisit Howard Rheingold's Smart Mobs [ISBN 0738208612] during our Public Relations seminar session today. This year, we will unpack the book through first sentences in each chapter.