Friday, October 17, 2008

100 Best album covers

So how many have you in your collection ?

RTE Digital Radio finally arrives on iPhone !

As some of you may or may not know, I am responsible for a number of new RTE digital radio channels. If you have an iPhone, I'm glad to tell you that you may now listen to all of the digital radio streams using an app called fStream.

Just remember that charges may apply if you are listening outside the range of your WiFi network !!

At the moment, we are just about finished a trial that has gone on for as long as I can remember, but the good news is that we will be announcing schedule details for all of these new channels real soon.

For more information, check out

Download FStream from the official APP store on your iPhone (Using the "Search" function is the easiest way to find it).

Go to Favourites and select edit.

Enter the following URLs (You don't need to fill in "Format" and "BitRate" but if you want to its "WMA and "48" kbps-













Thursday, October 9, 2008

Bollix !

There is far too much talk of all this and its starting to really freak, scare, enrage and piss me off !

FEMA sources confirm coming martial law, says Wayne Madsen
By staxbrix | October 8, 2008

Wayne Madsen a Washington based investigative journalist, author, columnist and former U.S. Naval Officer is reporting a document called the “C & R” document is being passed around among senior members of Congress and their staff.
Bush planning martial law
FEMA sources have told Madsen that the Bush administration is putting final touches on a plan that would initiate martial law in the event of continuing economic collapse causing massive social unrest, bank closures resulting in violence against financial institutions and another fraudulent presidential election that would result in rioting in major cities and campuses around the country.
Troops on American streets
In addition to FEMA sources, Army Corps of Engineer sources report that the assignment of the 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Brigade to NorthCom to augment FEMA and federal law enforcement for the purpose of traffic control, crowd control, curfews, enhanced border and port security, and neighborhood patrols in the event a national emergency being declared.
America may default on it’s loans
The “C & R” document reportedly states that if the United States defaults on loans and debt underwritten from China, Japan and Russia and America unilaterally cancels the debts, America can expect a war that will have disastrous results for the United States and the world.
“Conflict” is the “C word” in the document.
Washington fears a popular Revolution
The other possibility discussed in the document is that the federal government will be forced to drastically raise taxes in order to pay off debts to foreign countries to the point that the American people will react with a popular revolution against the government.
“Revolution” is the document’s “R” word.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

MTV is getting Rick Rolld !

Something tells me Anon has something to do with this !! D'Ya think !? Duh !!


I really pity the fool !

Google you Google !

Street View operatives object to being snapped !

Edinburgh spycar crews fear 'reprisals'
By Lester Haines • Get more from this author

Posted in Bootnotes, 16th September 2008 15:02 GMT
Edinburgh's Evening News has discovered that, when it comes to personal privacy, Google's Street View is a strictly one-way thoroughfare.

The paper was alerted yesterday that several examples of the Orwellian spycar fleet were being prepared for action at a disused garage site in Drum Brae South. It duly dispatched a snapper to record the action, but when he "began to capture the teams setting up the roof-mounted cameras, he was threatened with legal action".

Photographer Ian Georgeson explained: "I was standing on public ground taking photos of the cars when one of the drivers came over and said that they didn't want us to print their faces. He said if I used any shots of him they would sue us, because they were concerned about reprisals.

"He admitted they were a bit concerned about the way people would react to the cameras, but said they would be in Edinburgh for a couple of months at least trying to map the city."

Guy Herbert of UK civil liberties group No2ID told the Evening News: "That is an extraordinary situation, but it does seem to be the case that while large organisations, traditionally the police or councils, are happy to photograph the public, they are less keen on being photographed themselves.

"It would be interesting to see just what legal grounds they think they have to stop their picture being used that wouldn't also apply to the pictures they are taking, and I think they would be on pretty treacherous ground."

A spokesgooglette said the search monolith had "no problem with the cars being photographed, but admitted it did not want staff to be hindered in any way".

She concluded: "We are happy for people to take pictures of the cars - they are clearly identified as working for Google. We would not want our staff to be in any way stopped from doing their job, however."

Well, we're glad Google has no objection to people snapping its sinister black Opels, because here are the 110 or so sightings to date on El Reg's splendid Spot-the-Street-View Web 0.2 mashup:

Laser TV !

Its here folks- bigger, better, brighter and hopefully the same price as a standard LCD or plasma ! Sure does look impressive.

Watch a video here

Welcome !

So here it is-my first post on my brand new blog. Here I will post random nonsense that I find interesting/amusing/fascinating and innovating ! Look at it this way, if I find something of interest, I'll post it here- from there, you can figure if this is a blog that will interest you. Enjoy the ride !.