Sunday, September 28, 2008

HUGE ENTRECARD CONTEST - 70000 Credits and Lots of Other Prizes to be won

There's Huge Entrecard Contest which is waiting for you to win. is having its celebrating of the blog new looked. There will be more than 70,000EC giveaway.

Check out these awesome Prizes

1st Prize:

30,000EC from Freebie Reporter
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1 VIP membership to
1 Entrecard banner design from A Phone Sex Life

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20,000EC from Freebie Reporter
1 VIP membership to
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1 month blogroll link from A Phone Sex Life

3rd Prize

2000EC from SimpleBrowser
2000EC from Debit vs Credit
1500EC from Positive Thinking
2000EC from Realm of Prosperity
1500EC from NickThrolson
1000EC from Fantasy Baseball
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1 VIP membership to

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EC Credits:

11 Lucky winners will get 1000 credits from one of our fabulous sponsors:

1000EC from Michael Aulia

1000EC from Øblog

1000EC from Better Inspirational Communication

1000EC from Random Detox

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4 Lucky winners will get premium advertising spots from the following bloggers:

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That’s a total of 17 prizes that will be distributed between the people who participate in the contest.All the winners will be picked by using the random list generator at .

Contest ends on 10 Oct 2008! Click on the link to find out more info on how to participate.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Google celebrates it 10 glorious years and more to come

If Google’s logo today is any indication, those birthday celebrations had by the blog world earlier this month (as well as the confusion had the year before) may have been a tad premature.

Or maybe the guys in Mountain View, namely Sergey and Larry, simply thought they’d bring out the pomp and the circumstance somewhat belatedly to cap the last 30 days with its own grand look back in Google time. Whatever the case, the party hats are now officially out. The cake’s been lit, a small stack of servers have been wrapped in homage, and hey, the exclamation point is back.

This has been a busy September for the company. It has put forth a Web browser that pundits have spent weeks looking up and down and all around. It has sparred with ideas that its so-called non-exclusive deal with Yahoo would wreak havoc on the semi-competitive nature of the current online search advertising environment. Along with T-Mobile it has officially taken the cover off the first Android-based smartphone to come to market in the US. And there are several million other pieces of miscellany for the press to continuously pore over. And Google of course still has quite a way to go before it gets that “all the world’s knowledge” thing down pat.

In addition to the festive front page greeting it’s presented visitors with today, the company has produced a timeline of what has been done under its purview over the last decade. In a word, it’s comprehensive.

Read more here.

This is an extract from, do visit their website. They've got a great content.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

10 Killer Firefox Extensions That You Probably Don’t Know About

The best Firefox Extensions out there, right here.

This isn't the usual list of extensions that everyone is used to using, but 10 add-ons that many may not know about, but can be very useful for everyday web browsing.

1. PicLens

PicLens instantly transforms your browser into a full-screen 3D experience for viewing images across the web. Makes browsing through pictures a wonderful experience. The interactive 3D Wall and built-in search function, lets you effortlessly drag, click, zoom, and zip your way around a wall of pictures for an amazing viewing experience.

Read more of the killer extensions here.

Google Chrome released!

Google Chrome is an open source web browser developed by Google. The name is derived from the graphical user interface frame, or "chrome", of web browsers. The open source project behind Google Chrome is known as Chromium.

A beta version for Microsoft Windows was released on 2 September 2008 in 43 languages. Mac OS X and Linux versions are under development and are scheduled to be released sometime in the future.

The browser is designed to be fast, and to cope with the next generation of web applications that rely on graphics and multimedia.

Called Chrome, it will launch as a beta for Windows machines in 100 countries, with Mac and Linux versions to come.

"We realised... we needed to completely rethink the browser," said Google's Sundar Pichai in a blog post.

The new browser will help Google take advantage of developments it is pushing online in rich web applications that are challenging traditional desktop programs.

Google has a suite of web apps, such as Documents, Picasa and Maps which offer functionality that is beginning to replace offline software.

"What we really needed was not just a browser, but also a modern platform for web pages and applications, and that's what we set out to build," Mr Pichai, VP Product Management, wrote.

Click here to read more details about Google Chrome.

Updates: According to StatCounter in the blog here, a research conducted by them at StatCounter, Google’s new browser, Chrome, had taken 1% of the global browser market within a day of launch.

Google’s unusual step of publicising the Chrome browser on its notoriously clutter-free homepage is an indication of the plans that Google has for this browser. Read details.