Apr 122011
 


  8 Responses to “Stephen Kearon and “that” €3250 bill for hosting a website”

  1. Commented myself on twitter about this issue wondering what the witch hunt was all about and the fact that it as the listing on the Oireachtas database was “IT services Web Hosting” – surely it isn’t beyond the bounds of possibility that it’s IT services and Web Hosting. Seems clear to me that it’s more than just web hosting as evidenced by the reply you get.

    Now, let me be clear. I personally don’t know the guy from Adam but what I do know and recognise is a twitter witchunt.

    Having said thatm Stephen could certainly do himself a huge favour by posting on his website about this to nip it in the bud.

    • Have already posted serveral times that it related to IT services, of which web hosting was a small part, and €271 a month was far from expensive. However many choose to ignore the facts

    • The receipt says “IT Services Web Hosting” – to me that looks like the fee is for web hosting. What other “services” were there?

    • Hmm, silence from @skearon:disqus 

    • The receipt for anything and description will always be shortened, as to fit onto the receipt, it won’t always have the full details as to what the services were. I completely agree that this is a witch hunt. Of course he didn’t charge over €3,000 for web hosting. Stephen Kearon performs upkeep on internal networks as well as other services from what I know. Cut the lad a break.

    • Yeah Stephen, like you chose to ignore the fact that the gardai have no reason to investigate Aengus OSnodaigh and told you so. Didn’t stop you going to the tabloid press, you and the other little man from the SDLP claiming to have no political motive but public good at heart. Give us a bit of credit for cop on you pathetic little man.

  2. [...] and criminals who didn’t like prison food deservedly died painfully” – tweeted by a Mr Stephen Kearon (stephen@kearon.ie / 087-2902996) who, at the time he composed it and pressed ‘Send’ [...]

  3. [...] who didn’t like prison food deservedly died painfully” – tweeted by a Mr Stephen Kearon (stephen@kearon.ie / 087-2902996) who, at the time he composed it and pressed ‘Send’ [...]

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