24theweb is a volunteer coding marathon over 24 hours which took place last weekend in Dublin. Via Stewart Curry, here’s the event in timelapse: 24 the web from Matt Finucane on Vimeo. Well done to all who worked so hard to create websites for three charities: Almost Home, Dress for Success and Ashoka Ireland. Thanks […]
A topic came up in Podcast #3 the other day. Adrian Weckler of the Sunday Business Post lamented the lack of startup success in Ireland, compared to Silicon Valley. He mentioned the Collison brothers as a case in point. Stripe is their second startup, backed by serious investors and apparently on course for a direct […]
This isn’t 100% related to the content of any of our weekly podcasts, but since it’s: related to technology funny on Youtube Then I thought it was worth sharing .. Enjoy: [youtube]b7ZizDguxJA[/youtube]
In order to give the show a little “nudge” we put out a press release about it last week which was picked up by a few sites 🙂 You can read the original release here Conn and I are now working on finalising the topics and guests for this week’s show! There are a few […]
It’s been a good first day for Technology.IE on the iTunes Irish store, topping the chart for new subscriptions the Technology Podcasts category and hitting number 6 in the overall chart. iTunes rankings are calculated based on new subscribers added, along with some secret Apple sauce. 😉 So how was it for you? Our first […]
When Conn and I were working on putting the podcast show together one of the things we spent quite a bit of time talking about was music. What music could we use for the intro? We needed a tune that would be the show’s “signature”. After some discussion we settled on using a track from […]
We published our first official episode yesterday and now we’re available via iTunes! Thanks to Conn for all his hard work! We’re hoping to put out a new episode once a week .. at least that’s the plan .. Of course the show could get a bit boring if it was only myself and Conn […]
Only just getting the site up and running and what could be better than to have the classic “Hello World” welcome text for the site. Putting in a bit of content to play with initially.