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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Drop EntreCard faster with SiteHoppin

Are you an EntreCard user? If you are, you should try SiteHoppin. With SiteHoppin, you can drop your card faster. With my experienced doing my daily card dropping routine, by using SiteHopping, I had dropped twice of my previous amount. It's easier, faster and much more practical. You can go from one EntreCard website to another with only one click.

SiteHoppin is a Web 2.5 social networking service that allows you to find, bookmark and share interesting sites by hopping from site to site instead of typing. It's a good use if you want to visit only selected sites.

So if you're an EntreCard user, all you have to do is change the tag to EntreCard, choose the category that you want or just choose shuffle for random blog view, then press the 'Tag Hop' button. And to jump to another site, you just press the 'Site Hoppin' button on the upper left side.

That's all. So give them a try, and happy dropping..

Friday, February 22, 2008

Spottt, Free Link Exchange

Spottt is a free way to exchange link with other. All you have to do is create an account, create your spottt by uploading your 125x125 banner, after that you put their code in your site for showing their banner. This banner will link from your site to another site. And for every two times other site's banner is shown on your site, your banner will appear once on another site.

Credit earns based on your pageviews, and your credits will automatically spends to distribute your ad automatically across the net on autopilot. You can find the report in your Spottt account, daily data of how many times your Spottts were shown, how many times they got clicked, and other stats.

You can use Spottt is any webpage. So if you only have MySpace, Xanga, Friendster or any website other than blog, you still can use their services.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Don't answer a cell phone while it's being charged

Reason why not to answer a cell phone while it's being charged

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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

$500 Contest

Jim from JimKarter.com is having a contest. This is the contest that you don't want to miss, cause $500 is ready for you to grab. Yes, $500 for the winner, and runner up will get one month of 125×125 banner listing on jimkarter.com. The rule is very simple. All you have to do is :

  • Subscribe to Jim Karter Blog RSS Feed by email.
  • Make a blog post about the contest and link to jimkarter.com homepage, then contact Jim with the post URL.
You can do one or both of the above. If you do both, you get two entries in the contest. Me myself has been subscribed to Jim's blog for quite sometime already. So all I have to do is do this post and give Jim a buzz.

Winner will be announced on the 6th of March, and prize money will be paid through PayPal. Winner will be selected randomly by putting all the email addresses in random.org and selecting the top entry.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy Valentine


So, you are not in a relationship at the moment and Valentine's Day seems to be putting a big red spotlight on your singleness. Here are some practical and empowering things you can do to tone down that "ugh" feeling.

1. Wallow, But Just a Little
It's important to acknowledge your real feelings, so give yourself permission to wallow a little bit if you're feeling extra sad or lonely. The key words here are "a little bit." Don't allow yourself to dwell or obsess. Confine your wallowing to a certain time period -- say, 15 minutes of self-pity and that's it.

2. Watch "Love Actually"
The movie "Love Actually" (rated R) is great cinematherapy for V-Day because it shows that romantic love is important, but other kinds of love are just as important, such as the love of family and friends. Don't let Valentine's Day be co-opted by couples. Send valentines to all the people you love in your life!

3. Go on a Trip
A new trend for singles is to elude Valentine's Day by taking a short getaway with friends to a place where they are not constantly bombarded with images of hearts and cupids. There is nothing wrong with this trend as long as you are using it as a fun escapade, rather than an escape.

4. Re-energize Your Relationship Search
If you are feeling down at this time of year, channel your negative energy into something positive. Have you been browsing online profiles but never send an email? Have you been using work as an excuse that you are too busy to meet people? Have you been dating the wrong types of men or women for you? Use Valentine's Day as a new start to self-reflect and be proactive.

5. Ask Someone Out
If you really want a date for Valentine's Day, don't wait to be asked -- go ahead and do the asking. Even if it's someone you think of as "just a friend," you'll still have fun going out and celebrating.

6. Cuddle Up to Something Warm and Fuzzy
Warm fuzzies just make you feel good. Those V-day stuffed animals are great. So are warm cozy blankets and floppy slippers. Many would agree that the best warm fuzzies are pets. If you have a pet, get him or her a Valentine's Day treat. If you don't, maybe it's time to consider a dog or cat... now that's unconditional love!

7. Eat Some Dark Chocolate
Dark chocolate is good for our hearts in more ways than one. Besides containing potent antioxidants, it has the power to boost endorphins, the "happy juice" in our brains. The higher the percentage of cacao, the better. On Valentine's Day get your friends together for a chocolate tasting -- including chocolate fondue. Enjoy in moderation!

8. Don't See the World as One Big Happy Couple
"I see happy couples!" And that's all many single people see around V-Day. But it's a trick your mind is playing on you because that's what you are focused on. Not everyone is in a relationship and, certainly, not everyone is in a happy relationship. Keep your focus on the millions of single people out there just like you!

9. Remember This Is Just ONE Valentine's Day
Maybe you've been single for one V-day. Maybe you've been single for ten. Don't get completely discouraged and project into the future that you are going to be single for every Valentine's Day to come. No one has a crystal ball and life has a way of surprising us. Help make a good surprise more likely by keeping a positive attitude and being persistent about finding the healthy, happy relationship you want.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Play and Feed a Hungry Person

What if you can play, improve your vocabulary and feed a hungry person at the same time? What crossed my mind was 'why not?!'

At the FreeRice, you can play a vocabulary games. For each word you get right, FreeRice will donate 20 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program. And for 5 words you get right, FreeRice will donate 100 grains. When you play the game, advertisements appear on the bottom of your screen. The money generated by these advertisements is then used to buy the rice. So by playing, you generate the money that pays for the rice donated to hungry people.

Playing this game may make you smarter. It may improve your speaking, writing, thinking, grades, job performance, etc. Words that you have never consciously used before will begin to pop into your head while you are speaking or writing. You will feel yourself using and knowing more words.

The rice you donate makes a huge difference to the person who receives it. According to the United Nations, about 25,000 people die each day from hunger or hunger-related causes, most of them children. To a mother or father watching a loved child die in their arms from hunger, the rice you donate is more precious than anything in the world.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Blog Of The Day

I received email from FuelMyBlog stated that I was awarded Blog Of The Day!

Fuelmyblog team is awarding you Blog Of The Day!
Attached is your award for the occasion todisplay on your blog if you wish ;-)
I want to thank all my friends who had been voting for me all this time and made this happen.