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One Red Paper Clip

Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

Finally the one read paper clip guy has a house. He got it in exchange for a one small red paper clip. What? Yes, it is true. I wonder if the original paper clip is still available and what would online casinos it sell for now? Would I start doing something like Consider the following:1)   free-credits-report.com Suisse data shows that US pension funds have their lowest equity allocations in more than 30 years. that? online casino australia How about this website? Would anyone trade it for a barbeque grill? I am all for it. Bring it on. If that”s too pricey for it, how about a dvd player?

Digg vs Indianpad

Thursday, June 22nd, 2006

<p>As a surfer, I spend lot of time on <a target="_new" href="http://www.digg.com/" rel="nofollow">digg</a> and <a target="_new" href="http://www.indianpad.com/" rel="nofollow">indianpad</a>. Indianpad can be called a clone of digg and is very similar to digg in terms of functionalities. But there are differences as well. I try to list the the most important differences below.</p>
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<li>Digg is a four letter word, while indianpad is not.</li>
<li>Digg was started by Kevin Rose who is now quite a celebrity and sitting on a good fortune, while indianpad was started by some Mr. Srinivas with no further details available.</li>
<li>Digg is <a href="http://www.mobilephonescoop.com/">always</a> vibrant with thousands of visitors online, while indianpad is visited frequently by only few people with ids, avaksi, garamvideos, djakeel, amiable_indian, beachbong, millvartan etc.</li>
<li>For many items in digg, there are quite a few comments, on indianpad comments are very few <a href="http://casinogates.info/?p=60">and</a> far in between.</li>
<li>Speaking of comments, digg allows users to vote on the comments as well where as indianpad does not.</li>
<li>When promoted to the front page of digg, stories literally catch on fire gaining diggs rapidly; on indianpad showing up on the front page usually makes no difference.</li>
<li>Digg shows some ads and the revenues are earned solely by Kevin; in indianpad ad revenue goes to the user who posted the story. Just by posting a link to other people"s stories you can be a millionaire on indianpad. Talk about get rich quick!</li>
<li>Digg is primarily for technology related stuff where non-technology related material are posted quite frequently; Indianpad is mostly for hot and sexy videos where non hot and sexy video material appear sometimes.</li>
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Google is too Full? Spam is King

Sunday, June 18th, 2006

<p>Looks like google"s machines are just full, according to <a href="http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/05/04/google_bigdaddy_chaos/" rel="nofollow"> this article </a>. Well really? Web is becoming too full of spam. It is true I get so much spam everyday, but I keep deleting them! Google seems to have indexed lot of spam sites, and not legitimate sites. According to Eric Schmidt : "Those machines are full"! If Google can not buy another thousand machines, then I have some ideas: ask their employees to remember some of the web pages, or hire cheap labor in India or China to do so. But coming back to more serious issue, I immediately got to thinking, how I can use <a href="http://grandcraps.co.uk/learning-online-poker-beat-the-recession">it</a> to my favour! So I obtained a trial version of mass blogging software (I only obtain trial versions or <a href="http://www.victoryag.org/" >online casino</a> free softwares) and created a whole bunch of spam sites. Well, where are they? I could have put links to those sites from here, but why bother? They have better chance of appearing on search results than this site. So I simply put link to this site on those web pages. There is no need to do the other way around. Now let"s see if I get a few visitors and get rich from the ads!</p>