The theme of this year’s Irish Blog awards was the death of blogging. This continues on from reports in the media and even bloggers who have blogged their last that the medium is dead.
There’s a video that explains all of this. News flash. Blogging is dead.
Every year, there’s a theme. Last year it was something to do with a wedding. Who knows what next years will be.
Thanks To Emma for taking these pictures and allowing me to use them on my blog.
Let me just say a huge thanks to Damien Mulley for organizing this event every year. He does a fantastic job and it’s easy to see that he puts a lot of work and time into it. There were a lot of people I had never heard of there this year but as Twenty Major says, new people are what makes it interesting and are what drives blogging on for the next five years of blog awards. Well, he didn’t say that exactly, but it’s it in a knutshell. I met people there on Saturday who are very interesting and I’m going to enjoy reading their blogs over the next year.
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Oh, I forgot to put this in the first time around.
Great pics Darragh. I now realise that I saw you there on Saturday but didn’t realise it was you 🙂