Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Attention young ladies: I have a complete plan that is guaranteed to produce results and you'll have a good time AND earn money all at the same time. First, here's what we need from you: You need to be outgoing and willing to learn about the Internet and your community. You need to be able to handle disappointment along with elation. You need to accept training.
Here's what you get in return: You represent the AreaGuides.com Network and the local website for your area. You will earn high commissions for every new sponsor you generate for the network. You will meet the movers and shakers in your community and they will be impressed with your accomplishments. You will meet successful business owners on a daily basis (some will be single). Those that meet you will be impressed with your abilities. The key to meeting someone special is putting yourself in front of as many qualified prospects as possible as often as possible and with my program you will also be earning lots of $$ in the process.
Is being an account representative for the AreaGuides.com Network for everyone? NO, but if you have what it takes it may be for you. If you would like to talk contact me ASAP as this is a limited offer. I can make this happen for you but you need to be serious about success. Hope to hear from you soon! e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
iPhones are going to be everywhere!
According to a media report, Apple is increasing production of its iPhone mobile handset. Citing sources in the know, the online edition of Business Week magazine reported today that the US company wants to build 40 to 45 million devices in the coming twelve months.
Apple raised its target following a stronger than expected, July launch of the new UMTS-capable iPhone 3G. Currently, some 150,000 iPhones are built per day.
This is not surprising as many iPhone users have said they are buying the device to view e-mail and websites on the large touch screen. To address this huge new market the AreaGuides.com Network has stated that their web-content is being re-designed with the iPhone in mind.
Monday, August 25, 2008
1995 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Ultra Classic Peace Officer Special Edition. Loaded with accessories (chrome rotor and calliper covers, lighted chrome lower fork covers, fairing chrome trim, saddlebag glow lights, tourpak enhancements, rider seat back, chrome luggage rack, chrome passenger leg-guards and more; plus all of the delivered Ultra-Classic "extras" including a.m./f.m. radios plus tape player & c.d. radio with mic and mic rack, electronic cruise control, voice-activated intercom); motorcycle is in excellent condition, great (blue and blue) paint finish, never damaged anywhere. $5495. As is. Recently completely serviced with addition of new tires, new battery, wheel-bearing & cable lubes, etc. Needs a rebuilt engine (aluminum cases unable to hold head bolts at torque).
However, we can delliver this rare "Shrine" Ultra Classic with a rebuilt Harley engine (as-new with zero mileage) installed and tuned by a Certified Harley Mechanic for $8495. Be the first caller on this one! Call the original owner direct Harley is SOLD!
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Tuesday, August 19, 2008
We really like CradlePoint's first EVDO router, the CTR350 'Travel Router', and now CradlePoint has given us a new toy to review.
How do you improve upon something that was pretty good in the first place? You add a feature that no other 3G router has made available before: built-in battery power!
The new CradlePoint PHS300 takes everything we really liked in the CTR350 and adds a built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery to allow a kind of wireless freedom never before available - and it sells for just $179.99 ($159.99 if purchased with Sprint or Verizon EVDO Card with 2 year service).
CradlePoint says that the "PHS" stands for "Personal HotSpot", but we like to think it means "Portable HotSpot" because any hotspot can be 'personal', but only the PHS300 can be more portable than any router we've ever used, 3G or otherwise.
First, we'll talk some about the hardware and then we'll elaborate on some cool ideas we have for this new router.
At 4.9" x 2.9" x 0.6", the PHS300 is about 25% bigger than the CTR350. The extra space makes room in the design for the Lithium-Ion battery.
Full review: http://www.evdoinfo.com/content/view/2201/63
Monday, August 18, 2008
Upload Photos to flickr in Real Time via WiFi
Yes, there really is Wi-Fi inside that tiny little card. We think it’s going to change the way people take, save and share photos.
All Eye-Fi Cards come with everything needed to make it simple to set up and connect to your home Wi-Fi network. After that, pop the card into your digital camera and start capturing memories. It stores pictures like a regular SD card no matter where you are, and uploads automatically as soon as you return to your wireless network. All you have to do is turn the camera on.
Here’s how Eye-Fi works: Camera owners set up their Eye-Fi account online and choose where they’d like to upload photos online and on their desktops. Photos can be sent to 17 photo-sharing and blogging sites, including iPhoto, Flickr, Shutterfly and TypePad. They then pop the Eye-Fi card into their camera’s memory card slot and snap away. A Wi-Fi chip (made by Santa Clara, Calif.-based Atheros) then communicates with their home network and automatically uploads photos to their computer and the Web.
One of the exciting new features of the Eye-Fi Explore Card is the ability to automatically geotag digital photos. Now anyone with a digital camera and Eye-Fi Explore Card will be able to take advantage of Wi-Fi location data supplied by Skyhook Wireless to add geotags to their photos.
This new feature adds a new dimension to organizing, sharing and viewing digital photos. Geotaging photos has never been easier!
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Equipment - I use an Apple computer and a Canon Powershot point-and-shoot camera. You can use a Windows PC as well. For ease-of-use you might want to get a Casio camera with the YouTube capture mode. This will allow you to upload your video clips without having to convert them first. This will save a lot of time. With either point-and-shoot camera you will be able to take still photos and video clips with the same device also saving time.
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