Earlier in the week, eircom launched music hub, their answer to music piracy approved by the IRMA (record labels). You can stream music for free, if you’re an eircom customer. Or, you can buy & download music. €5.99 for 15 tracks or €12.99 for 40 tracks. Users of all other ISPs get shafted…
Eircom (Ireland’s largest ISP) have yet again crumbled this evening following another DOS attack. This has happened not once, not twice, not three times, but now 4 TIMES in the last 6 weeks alone. photo credit: The CBI On September 1st, Eircom blocked thepiratebay.org – the first site ever blocked / censored by an Irish … Read moreeircom FAIL
Yesterday, 5th august, for the first time in 113 days, i failed to post a blog post. I’m only after remembering to blog right this second – an hour too late! photo credit: slworking2 It brings an end to my target of going for 260 days (which would have taken me up to the end … Read more113 consecutive posts run ended!
I love deadlines. Without them, work just drags on. This post is being composed because of a deadline. I have 20 minutes to publish it, otherwise i’ve missed my own deadline. photo credit: hartboy I’m hoping to blog for 260 days consecutively… and if i don’t publish this post within the next 20 minutes, i’ll … Read moreworking to deadlines