On Thursday 25 March 2004, ompaul at eircom.net (Paul O'Malley) wrote:
>This year we will have Doc Searls and Barry Flanagan giving talks at
>>Doc is someone who describes himself as:
>>'I'm fairly technical for a civilian, but I'm not a computer scientist
>and I'm not a programmer.' (suitwatch mailing list)
That should be interesting - his stuff is very readable.
>Barry as we all know is the man who provided Ireland with nationwide
>cheap dial up access starting from a couple of dial up lines in a
>bedroom in Galway to the organisation that IOL.ie became.
And of course he was a founder of online.ie, which now exists, after the
collapse of the Dublin Daily, as a unit of Netsource. I wonder will we get
some tales from school there?
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