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Is your blog .mobi ready?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 24, 2007

I had a long discussion with someone from one of the big telcos on the possibility of adding blogs to their mobile portal. They wanted to check out more local blogs to add to their listing. The only initial requirement is that the blog should be mobile ready (either WAP capable or .mobi ready). At first, I thought it was just for the blogs I own or help run but I broached the idea that we should widen the coverage and include others I know well that have a good following, consistently updated with a specific niche. So the search…

Celebrity Blogs on Libel and Copyright Lawsuits

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: August 1, 2007

Coming from someone who has had a brush with libel (though not thru any of my blogs), I assure you that the possibility of getting one in the future isn't far fetched. This couldn't be any more true with celebrity or showbiz blogs. Here are some of the very familiar words - libel and copyright infringement. DJ Samantha Ronson, an erstwhile friend of teen actress Lindsay Lohan , is suing the blogger behind PerezHilton.com, Mario Lavandeira. The libel suit , which amounts to $20 million big bucks, implicates Mario for republishing content on his blog. And it does not stop…

They got me a co-endorser…

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: August 8, 2007

Before YugaTech turns into a celebrity blog, I'd like to remind my readers that I'm still under contract as endorser of Auction.ph. So, if you're seeing pictures of me and Alessandra da Rossi here, it's only because she too has been signed up to as celebrity endorser. ;) More pictures after the fold... There was supposed to be an online contest about this. Something like 'guess the next celebrity endorser-style' contest. Auction.ph selects Alessandra as celebrity endorser. Auction.ph, the premiere online buying and selling website closes a brand endorsement deal with Alessandra de Rossi. The accomplished actress will be featured…

Leaked Web App: Jollibee Mobile Delivery

Relevance: 25%      Posted on: August 6, 2010

At first I thought this photo and video sent to me was for an upcoming iPhone App and Android App for Jollibee Online Delivery but close inspection revealed it's something simpler. The leaked video shows the alpha version of JollibeeDelivery mobile website (I reckon it's going to be a dot.mobi site) The mobile site allows for online ordering system that supports most mobile devices (I remember they had a Jollibee WAP delivery a couple of years back). The photo below shows the site browsed on an iPod Touch and Google Nexus One running Froyo. I am told that "These .mobi sites…

Anti-Cybercrime Bill gets Senate approval

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: January 30, 2012

The Senate finally approved their own version of the Anti-Cybercrime Bill (Senate Bill 2796) earlier today. The bill provides for penalties of Php200,000 to Php1.25 million and imprisonment of up to 12 years. Here are the offenses covered in the Senate Bill 2796. I. Offenses against the confidentiality, intergrity and availability of computer data and systems (illegal access, illegal interception, data interference, system interference, cyber-squatting, misuse of devices). II. Computer-related offenses (computer-related forgery, computer-related fraud). III. Content-related offenses (cybersex, child pornography, unsolicited commercial communications, libel). This bill will certainly affect operations of a number of websites and online services in…

5 Types of Probloggers

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: April 1, 2006

Before I start my series of Filipino problogger interviews, I'd like to share the various paths to a problogging career: The Traditional Problogger. This type of blogger directly pulls a majority of their revenue from their own blogs, from creating them, blogging and monetizing. Although this kind of problogging is the most common, it is also one of the most difficult. This requires that the blogger manages every aspect of his blog/s much like a start-up entrepreneur. Potential for growth is great but actual success rate is very low. They may earn from a couple of hundred dollars a month…

Happy Slip is in teh house!

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: January 24, 2008

Yes, you heard it right. It's teh one and only Happy Slip. Filipina internet celebrity Christine "Happy Slip" Gambito is in the Philippines (and may I add, also the 2007 Philippine Blog Awards winner for Best Podcast). Props to the Department of Tourism for sponsoring her 2-week full expense paid exploration of the Philippine islands. Anton of Our Awesome Planet is cooking up something on February 7. See her video announcement here and check Anton's blog for more details and further updates.

AdMob: Tracking WAP/Mobile Visitors

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: September 17, 2007

After adding that WP Mobile plugin on my blog several months ago, I was curious if there were really visitors coming in to my blog using their mobile device. If my referral logs gave any indication, it's possible that those coming from wap.google.com are searching the net using their mobile device and landed on my blog. The problem though is that I can't really figure out how many visitors are coming in and viewing the mobile version, much more importantly that it's now also listed on the myGlobe Portal. I remember that the WP Mobile plugin had an option where…

A look back at YugaTech in 2006

Relevance: 19%      Posted on: December 31, 2006

I'm combing thru 798 posts on Yugatech for the year 2006 and here are some notable stuff I'd like to share. 2006: The Year of the Scandals? I don't know about you but some of the scandals that rocked the Philippine blogosphere may have been fueled by this blog. :D Filipino Catholics petition against Bryanboy (54 comments) Jollibee Scandal: Mascots humping on YouTube (63 comments) And who could forget the first and only true rant I made this year: Some people just don’t get Problogging. It's always the one where you least expected it. The Year of the Blog Trainer…

Germany’s .de is Most Popular ccTLD

Relevance: 19%      Posted on: April 20, 2008

It's no contest that .com domains are the most popular ones today -- over 71 million of them registered as of February 2008. We might also think that the .net domains will come in second. Well, according to EuropeRegistry, it looks like Germany's country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) has surpassed the dotNet TLD to get the second place globally. The following list represents current statistics for several of the worlds most popular domains: .com - 71,619,962 Global Generic .de - 11,673,388 Germany .net - 10,623,637 Global Generic .cn - 9,001,993 China .uk - 6,486,829 United Kingdom .org - 6,373,837…