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By: Patrick James.

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 10:17:53 +0000

Just wanted to complement you on your site! Enjoying reading it very much. One of the more interesting RSSs I have. Thought your piece on Rigging-The-Irish-Election was scaringly honest... It could pass for the hand book of most modern politician considering their performance in recent elections! http://www.mulley.net/2007/10/15/rigging-the-irish-election-part-1-create-cells-of-organisers/



By: Swinearama « DZ-015

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 10:13:53 +0000

[...] Damien deserves to burn in internet hell. [...]



By: Rick

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 10:07:13 +0000

Your cruelty to me has not gone unnoticed. Swine :-P



By: David Cochrane

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 08:42:09 +0000

If you have to pay to be considered for an award, it's worthless. I'll sell you a Golden Fly Award for half of whatever the spiders are charging. * may not be real gold



By: Brian

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 08:21:29 +0000

I stupidly entered the Golden Spiders last year and I got 11 emails and a phone call to my house this year letting me know it was on or that the deadline was extended due to "phenomental demand". I presume demand is not so "phenomental", given all that effort and the publishing of criteria only now. Personally I think you need an independent body like an academic institution to run it, that or make it an open competition. i.e. for SEO the winner is the one who ranks first for "website" on google.ie (currently the frames!) or peoples choice goes to whoever can get most votes in an online poll.