Author Archives: Tim Ireland

About Tim Ireland

Tim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.

How dare you tell me what to do?!

1. National Service is going ahead, but I can’t sit around forever waiting for the money situation to get better, so, with Clive’s help, I’ve built a little cash machine to help things along. That’ll be with you shortly. 2. … Continue reading

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Meet Nick Kollerstrom

Blairwatch – Nick Kollerstrom’s Crap Circles: We’ve occasionally been targeted by 9/11 and 7/7 conspiraloons over our coverage of terrorism and strategies to deal with it. At one level it’s just a small group of deathly boring obsessives, at another … Continue reading

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Wonder Twin powers, activate!

Gotta be out today. Let me leave you with some excellent posts… Complex System Of Pipes – Pop Goes The Ego The UK Today – The Blogger’s New Stats … and the following thought from the mind of a paranoid … Continue reading

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Lukewarm linkylove

Hello, Jherad… and welcome to my blogroll. :o) (Psst! Don’t feel too special. Ian and mou have also been added under ‘associates’ ‘small band of little acolytes’…)

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Short but sweet

Iain Dale and Paul Staines publish their stat-porn each and every month. Now they claim that they’re not blogging anything about their numbers and what might be wrong with them because it will bore their readers. :o) Just one of … Continue reading

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MessageSpace count real goodly

You may recall that, during a discussion about Paul Staines’ and Iain Dale’s confusion over the difference between a ‘visit and a ‘visitor’ and how this impacted on MessageSpace’s traffic claims, that Mr Kelly Nightingale, Managing Director of MessageSpace appeared … Continue reading

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A little pressie for Iain

Iain Dale has refused to answer this question: Iain? Care to make a statement? There is going to be an opt-out facility [for Total Politics], isn’t there? Iain Dale has also shown that he can become very confused about valid … Continue reading

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A few words on the subject of Milli Vanilli

I’ve been pondering on what Professor Paul said recently under comments… So Dale & Staines are a sort of bloggers Milli Vanilli? … and I think he might really be onto something. Let’s begin with a quick look at the … Continue reading

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ZOMG! Google knows all! Google sees all!

Heh. A few people have piped up mentioning a recent email from Google to all Google Analytics users, and I just got a copy myself in the early hours: Dear Google Analytics users, We are writing to let you know … Continue reading

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FFS, it’s like pulling teeth with these people

Things look increasingly problematic for MessageSpace…. They’ve just been forced to admit that they won’t be commissioning an independent audit anytime soon, so they’re reliant on trust placed in their brand and those connected to it. (Stop laughing at the … Continue reading

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