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Posted by Shan on Saturday, August 28, 2010 , under | comments (0)

Windows 7 Ultimate
Windows 7 Activation Key
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Convert your video into any video file you want. Registration key should be added later!

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Adding Code Box for Blogger

Posted by Shan on Saturday, August 14, 2010 , under | comments (0)

Hi friend i will show you on how to add Code block on your bog post if you are adding some code on your post. There are simple step to do it and here is it!

1. First on yor dashboard click on design.

2. Click on edit html.

3. After clicking Edit Html find this code ]]></b:skin>.

4. Copy the code below and paste it after ]]></b:skin>.

.code {color: #006AB0; border : 1px solid #DADADA;padding : 5px 5px;font-family : Consolas, "Courier New", Courier, mono, serif;font-size : 12px;background-color : #fAfAfA; width : 90%;overflow : auto;margin : 10px 0 10px 10px; border-left : 20px solid #DADADA;max-height : 500px;min-height : 16px;line-height : 16px;}
.code:hover {background-color : #f3f3f3;}

In your post add this code.

"< "div class="code">your code< "/div" >

Just remove the " in the "div and "/div"

The Window Phone

Posted by Shan on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 , under | comments (0)

This new Window Phone is the concept mobile phone, which is able to transform its appearance like a window as per the weather. The phone is designed as a thin, clear and transparent plastic sheet, which remains clear during a sunny day, becomes humid during a rainy day and takes a dump outlook during a snowy day.

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11 Awesome iPad Competitors

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Haven’t given in to the iPad fever yet? You’re not alone.

While America was seduced by its sleek appearance, popularity and proven performance rates, the iPad isn’t quite flawless. It has yet to support Flash or accommodate SD cards or HMI output.

Of course, Apple is the quickest adapter out there, so they’ll beat the hurdles. But until that moment, you might be more satisfied with one of these 11 iPad alternatives instead.

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid

Both tablet and netbook, the Lenovo IdeaPad (pictured) unfolds from its standard, snazzy laptop and becomes much more.

Running Windows 7 with an Intel CULV processor, the Lenovo comes with a detachable multi-touch display built as a six-panel interface capable of customization with email, calendar, widgets and RSS.

A secondary four-panel screen supports images, music, video and e-reader widgets and is capable of flipping to portrait when used as an e-reader.

Axiotron ModBook

Known as the original Apple Tablet (successor to the ancient Newton), the ModBook from Axiotron boasts a pre-polycarbonate unibody MacBook and slim control pen, built-in camera, 13.3-inch screen and a 120GB hard drive.

With Windows compatibility, built-in optical drive and Full OS X, the ModBook supports Flash with impressive multitasking abilities.

Of course, there is no App Store. Otherwise, though, it’s pretty magnificent.

enTourage eDGe Dualbook

Wired Magazine says the iPad is not necessarily the wisest machine in which to invest your hard-earned dollars, calling it “an underpowered device for its price tag” considering that “the same money could buy you a nice laptop.”

Or, it could buy you the enTourage eDGe Dualbook — two screens linked by a hinge holding a speaker.

Much more than an e-reader, the eDGe’s right half is an Android-powered touch screen notebook with a 10.1 inch display, 1024 x 600 pixels, audio recording for playback and sharing, video camera recording (MP4s or 3GPs) and ability to switch between landscape and portrait layout. The left shows a 9.7 inch display, 1200 x 825 pixels and touch-sensitive notation capable of taking sketches and handwritten notes.

Easy on the eyes, this device is considered ideal for academics or voracious readers.

The Best E-Readers

“Although it seems that all we ever talk about these days is the tablet — how gorgeous the iPad is, how the tablet will kill off the netbook,” writes Fast Company tech journalist Addy Dugdale, “the more dynamic market of the moment is e-readers.”

The most well known e-readers, which picked up substantial steam before the iPad’s appearance, are the Kindle and its rival, the Barnes & Noble E-Book, known as the Nook.


Known for its real paper-like display, its 10.2 ounce lightweight build and its ability to maintain screen integrity in even the harshest of sun spells, the Kindle downloads books directly from Amazon in less than 60 seconds.

The wireless service avoids monthly fees, annual contracts or need for Wi-Fi spots, and is capable of connecting to Amazon and downloading anywhere near cell reception.

More than 540,000 books as well as magazines, international newspapers and blogs are sold in the Kindle package, with more than 1.8 million of them offered free. Its most noted feature, however, is its simplicity.


For those better skilled with screen function and looking for a more solid, all-encompassing e-reader, Wired’s Gadget Lab recommends the Barnes & Noble Nook, where “instead of the chiclet-keyboard,” common to the plastic-like Kindle, “there is a color multi-touch screen, to be used as a keyboard or to browse books, cover-flow style.” Certainly sleeker in appearance, the Nook offers more than 1 million titles, free 3G wireless, five font sizes and a 16-level gray scale to reduce glare and backlight problems.


Creating quite a stir, the WePad is a German-engineered device rumored to rival the iPad in a substantial way.

With an 11.6-inch touch screen display, GMA 3150 graphics, Bluetooth, 1.3-megapixel web camera, 16 GB storage (32 GB SD card support), two USB ports, optional GPS and Flash card reader, the WePad supports seamless multitasking and allows its Web camera to translate easily to Skype video calls.

Said to debut in Germany soon, the WePad is recommended for those looking for something more open and flexible than the current iPad model.

Notion Ink Adam

Boasting a brilliant 16-hour battery life, 10-inch display and 3-megapixel camera, the Notion Ink Adam aims to be one of the first devices to use Pixel Qi’s display, which allows switching between low-power, black-and-white display and full-blown LCD mode color with the press of a button.

Weighing in at 1.7 pounds as opposed to the iPad’s 1.5, the Notion Ink Adam offers ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, accelerometer, multi-tasking, SD card slot, Flash support and a variety of other upgrades.

Google Chromium Tablet

“Whereas Apple is anti-netbook,” says TechCrunch, “Google is very pro-netbook — they just want to make them better.”

So while iPad’s Steve Jobs has publicly negated the idea of e-readers in preference of tablets, the Google Chromium Tablet is set to bridge both worlds. Or as TechCrunch put it, “to target the market in between the laptop and the mobile phone.”

Not yet released for purchase, it may be worth waiting for the Chromium, as its functionality and design are intensely similar to iPad smoothness. And it will present an open forum to build apps and other software possibilities Apple’s hardware currently do not offer.

ExoPC Slate

A powerful Windows 7 computer capable of electronic books, TV, radio, video, app building, multi-tasking and Flash, this looks, feels and functions like an ultimate iPad.

The ExoPC UI Layer Development Kit uses JavaScript and Flash to add touch-screen support for pre-existing applications written in any format.

At 11.6 inches, the ExoPC fits perfectly in the iPad’s price range, though it only offers five hours of battery life, because of its more preferable Intel N450 powering rather than the weaker Intel Atom Z5xx CPU common to most Windows machines.

Able to switch between the traditional Windows UI and ExPC’s proprietary interface, the ExoPC is an iPad threat.

Dell Mini 5

After being spoiled by smart phones capable of cramming information into a pocket-sized device, the Dell Mini 5 fits in perfectly.

On a carbon, 5-inch 800 x 480 LCD screen, the user is able to load Google apps, browse the Internet, watch video, play games and more.

A front-facing VGA camera located between the earpiece and proximity sensor is ready for video chat apps like Fring and Qik, and a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with dual LED flash is located at the device’s back.

Tested under realistic usage (sampling music playback, video viewing and internet browsing), the Mini 5 still hovered at a battery lifespan of 10 to 12 hours.

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Change your Favicon

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What is a Favicon?
A favicon is a small 16X16 image located at the top of your browser in the url bar.

How to Change your Favicon
First go to Layout >Edit HTML in your Blogger Dashboard.

Backup your existing template before making any changes!

Place the code below directly below the tag in your template.

 <link href='' rel='shortcut icon' type='image/' /> <link href='' rel='icon'/>  

Now save your template.

Once your template is saved view your blog and make sure to refresh the page and delete your cookies.

Creating your own Favicon

Replace the image URL (2X) with your own 16 pixel by 16 pixel image hosted on the internet.
You can host your own favicon blogger image at sites such as ImageShack; PhotoBucket; Flickr; etc.
Check out this Favicon Generator Tool which allows you to upload an image and it will format it for you!

Facebook Widgets for Blogger

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Facebook is the largest social networking site with more than 400 million active users and is growing larger every day! Make sure to use these Facebook widgets to connect with your large Facebook audience through your blog or website. You can use these tools to easily share certain profile information, websites, blogs, and businesses with the Facebook community.

Personal Profile Widgets
Profile Badge
Create a Facebook profile badge to share selected profile information on your website. A profile badge will allow your users to easily connect with you and add you as a friend.

Photo Badge
This photo badge allows you to share your Facebook photos on websites and blogs. Choose from a vertical, horizontal, or two-column layout and also choose the number of photos to be displayed.

Fan Badge
Display your Facebook fan pages for all to see.

Website or Business Widgets
Share Button
A powerful facebook widget which allows your visitors to share your content on Facebook!

Fan Box
Lets your users easily become a fan of your site and also allows them to view your Facebook page stream.

Page Badge
Lets you share your Facebook page (one that you have created) information on your website.

Twitter Link
Connect your Facebook page with Twitter. Whenever you update your Facebook fan page your twitter followers will be updated as well with a tweet.

Developers Widgets
Publishing to Facebook
This allows your users to publish their content and activity to Facebook.

Comments Box
Lets your users comment on your website content with their Facebook account.

Live Stream
Lets Facebook users to post and share content in real-time.

Earn with RedGage

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Free</p><p> RedGage Web Banners Set
Redgage is a Web Site that pays you for the content you create. This can be blog post, videos, photos, links, or Document. Once you have posted your content you need to receive views in order to start adding to the money you can earn on RedGage. Here are some ways to get more views to your RedGage images and content.

Add friends to your RedGage account. The more friends you have the more likely they will comment on your RedGage uploads.

Once you are approved as a friend be sure to post a message on your new friends wall and let them know you will be enjoying and commenting on their photos and content.

Comment on other RedGage users contents, photos, blogs, and information. By doing this you are making others aware that you are interested in what they are doing this will make them more likely to check out what you have been posting.

Submit your RedGage content and photos to social media sites such as Twitter, Digg,, among others. This will inform others about the interesting posts you have on the web site.

If you have a Twitter account with a few followers be sure to let them know everytime you upload new photos or content. This way you will be able to receive more viewers.

Share your content with other by sending out emails, posting on forums, or creating links to your RedGage account.

If you have a blog or a Web site be sure to create links to you photos, videos, and content on RedGage in order to receive more views. You can also copy and paste your RedGage links to search engines such as Google and Yahoo in order to receive more hits.

Suggestions and Tips

*Make sure to let others know about your RedGage account. While other will posts comments, you can put your links on several places such as Twitter, Yahoo Buzz, Blogs, Forums and social media outlets.

Try not to post spam or advertisement on your account. Instead share your knowledge and photos with others.

Hope this post can help you to make more earnings on Redgage.

Sipo egg Recipes

Posted by Shan on Monday, August 9, 2010 , under | comments (0)


A Filipino dish from Pampanga. Sipo egg is one of the popular food in pampanga and it is easy to cook. And their all so a lot of different recipe of it!


1 kilo mixed vegetable
2 cans nestle cream
1 can quail eggs
1 can luncheon meat
2 spoon garlic butter


Saute the garlic butter with the mixed vegetable. Add the luncheon meat and quail eggs. Now put the nestle cream and stir for 3-5 minutes then your done.

Other Recipes:


1/4 kg medium size Shrimp
10 quail eggs, boiled
1 cup chicharo - Depends on how many you'll cook
1/2 cup carrot, boiled and diced
1/2 cup cabbage, diced
1/4 cup ham, cooked
1/2 cup Nestle Cream (white cream)
2 cloves garlic
1/2 bulb medium size onion
Salt and Pepper


Shell shrimps and remove heads. Set aside shrimp's meat. Pour shells and head in the mortar. Add a little bit water then squeeze the juice in a bowl. Saute garlic and onion in a wok or pan. Add ham, carrots, shrimp, chicharo and cabbage. Stir for 3 minutes. Add quail eggs and nestle cream then stir for 5 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste.

How to See My Blog Stats

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1. Blogger Stats is Currently available on the Blogger in Draft Dashboard only. So login at Draft Blogger
2. Now Click on the Stats Link Next to your Blog

Here are the Screen shots of the different Tabs of Blogger Stats For the “Last Day” with the figures shaded out :)

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Search with your adz - Google Ajax

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All of you might have seen the New Ajax Search Gadget on yourLayout Add GadgetPage. This Ajax search gadget doesn't support adsense ads.But you can now have a Google ad supported Google Ajax search widget on your blog.The speciality of the Ajax Search is that it can search your blog, without actually leaving your blog.(no need to go to a new page.. it acts like an inline search)

The Ad supported Ajax search Code is available at Google Web Elements .You can see 3 options there.
  1. Automatically Search My Site
  2. Search my Site and use Adsense for Search
  3. Use an existing Custom Search Engine
For showing adsense ads you have to opt for option 2 or 3 .If you choose to use the second option,then you will have to provide you Adsense publisher id(which looks like pub-xxxxxxxx).If you opt for the option 3, you will have to provide the Custom search ID, which will be present in your Google Custom search Code.[Code is generated inline when you enter any of these ids.]
After grabbing this code, just go to your Blogger > Layout page and add a newHTML/JavaScript Gadget and paste the Google Web Element Custom Search code there and save the gadget. The Gadget will look better if you drag it to above the Blog Posts Widget and save it.[that area has got enough space to display the ads :)]

If you want to change the colours and styling of the search results, you will have to add additional CSS Classes.
Update: – Now Google CSE has added all these things. and much more(themes and other customization stuff) So it would be easier for you guys.. :)

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