Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
And there goes Ian Blair! Only a few years too late, but never mind. Isn’t it nice to know that you can shoot the wrong people, raid the wrong houses, lie outright to save face and still remain in your … Continue reading
Tabloid Lies – The Sun at the fringe: … this year, for the first time ever, the Sun newspaper has been holding fringe events at the Labour and Conservative party conferences… The theme of the events, in case you couldn’t … Continue reading
The Vice presidential debate* will be worth watching if you have the stamina. (*Friday, 3 October 2008, 01:00:00 GMT -|- Thursday, 2 October 2008, 20:00:00 CDT) (Psst! It’s fair to call this cramming, yes? Also, note the curt tone of … Continue reading
You might remember a few years back that we had a period of financial difficulty that followed 9/11 11/9. In the 6 months that followed, I noticed a sharp rise in a particular type of spam; it was obvious from … Continue reading
Google 4 Grown-Ups is a search engine seminar with a live afternoon workshop, written and presented by yours truly: Google 4 Grown-Ups SEO Training Seminar 9am – 4pm Friday 10th October, 2008 Radisson Edwardian Grafton Hotel, London UK The short … Continue reading
At the fringe of the 2008 Conservative Party Conference, a ‘Freedom & the Internet’ panel was chaired by notorious control-freak and liar Iain Dale, and featured Guido Fawkes, Phil Hendren, Chris Mounsey, Nadine Dorries. Oh, and last-minute hanger-on Praguetory. Quite … Continue reading
Hi gang! It looks like Google Images has dipped in for a second helping over at the B3ta boards (click here for background) so it’ll probably be a few weeks yet before we see any relevant results for ‘julie moult’ … Continue reading
Oi, you lot! Go work your own side of the street… this spot’s taken.
This is my new favourite thing: Dracula’s Lament (Jason Segel) From the not-bad movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The best cover I’ve heard so far is here. It’s so sad and lovely, and I’d like to encourage further appearances of this … Continue reading