Mark Davidson, Internet Sales & Marketing Professional?

22 09 2011

Mark Davidson is, according to his Twitter tagline, an “Internet sales & marketing professional. I write a lot of things to amuse myself and others. On occasion, I even have deep thoughts.”

It appears as if all those “deep thoughts” may not actually have eminated from his own mind, but from three ghost-tweeters employed by Mark. Unfortunately, one of those writers claims to have been sacked by Mark…unfortunate as Mark also forgot to change his Twitter password.


BBC NEWS | Technology | Sky puts content on Xbox console

29 05 2009

Is this the beginning of a fundamental change in the way we receive and watch   programming?

BBC NEWS | Technology | Sky puts content on Xbox console

e-Accident: Fax dead, e-mail seriously injured…middle-aged people confused

8 04 2009

Have you any views on the introduction of a general ban on sending faxes in the enterprise? In this day and age, I feel it’s perfectly acceptable to expect someone to be able to receive an e-mail. As an enterprise, we obviously still need to receive faxes, but that can be handled by Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging as it stands. Sending outgoing faxes from PCs would require unnecessary expenditure, and I just feel that we should bite the bullet on this, do away with the actual machines, the analogue telephone lines they need, the toner and paper they use, and put this ancient technology out of our misery.  If someone needs to send a piece of paper or a signed document to someone, they can scan it and e-mail it.

<start of rant>To be perfectly honest, e-mail is on the way out too. It’s a middle-aged, middle-class way of communicating, equivalent to our parents writing letters. My kids all have e-mail, but they only use it to register on web sites, and never for communicating. In ten years time, how will we communicate with the next generation of customers? Twitter? Facebook? Bebo? TwitFace?  It won’t be by e-mail anyway.

And as for that noise the kids call music…<end of rant>

Answers on a postcard, please…

WordPress for the iPhone

20 03 2009

Now available from the AppStore (and if you’re reading this, then it also works!).


5 09 2008

There’s a great new free mobile/e-mail/SMS blogging
centralised service set now called Posterous
It can auto-update your other online presences like Twitter, WordPress, Flickr,
etc also.  Just e-mail a posting to
and it does all the work!

Sounds VERY promising.



Posted by email from Rory’s posterous

20Mb Broadband from UPC/ntl

1 07 2008

As of today, UPC, the parent company of ntl and Chrous have announced their image new residential broadband packages.  The top package, which I have at home, was 6Mb/512Kb for €40/month.  The new package is 20Mb/1.5Mb for…€40/month.

Now that’s value!

Why Can’t I Google "()"?

16 05 2008

I just tried to Google  the googlebracesphrase “exchange()”, but unfortunately Google (and Yahoo and etc.) won’t process the brackets at the end.  I tried enclosing it in quotes and advanced searches, but it just won’t work.

I need to know!!!