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India’s growing Captcha-Solving Industry

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 31, 2008

Both the Philippines and India are fiercely battling the top spot in the global call center and BPO industry. However, it seems India is moving ahead with more innovative and highly in-demand outsourcing needs. ZDNet looks into India's CAPTCHA solving economy and share some insights on the industry. Yes, people coming in to work in a 24/7 service company just to type in CATPCHAs. And to those who are unfamiliar with CAPTCHA's -- they are those images with twisted alpha-numeric characters you need to figure out to complete a registration or open an account on sites like MySpace, GMail, Yahoo!…

Adsense Site Crawler Diagnostics

Relevance: 25%      Posted on: July 22, 2006

Google has just added a new section inside the Adsense Panel which is a tool to view detailed diagnostic information about the pages Google crawls to display relevant ads. Basically, this utility will show you a list of pages where Google has problems crawling content and serving ad pages. It also indicates what might have caused the problems or the reasons these pages are blocked. See sample screenshot below: This is a really nice tool you can refer to whenever you see problematic pages or websites showing blank ads or PSAs. There's the Google Help Center as well to assist…

Solve Math problems using your smartphone’s camera

Relevance: 18%      Posted on: October 22, 2014

Now this gives your teacher or professor another reason to ban smartphones inside the classroom as the app PhotoMath, also known as the "smart camera calculator", can help you solve math problems using your smartphone's camera and some real-time text recognition. PhotoMath is simple and easy to use. Just fire up the app, point your smartphone's camera to the math problem and it will give you the answer in a matter of seconds. In addition, it can also show you step by step solving so you can see how the math expressions and equations were solved. Watch the video below…

Solon wants to suspend Helmet Law to fight crimes

Relevance: 17%      Posted on: September 14, 2014

Zamboanga Representative Celso Lobregat has authored House Bill No. 4438 which aims to suspend Republic Act 10054, or the Helmet Law, in an effort to fight crimes committed by motorcycle riders. According to the bill's explanatory note, the H.B. No. 4438 "seeks to allow local government units (LGUs) to suspend the mandatory wearing of motorcycle helmets, amending for the purpose Republic Act (RA) No. 10054, otherwise known as the "Motorcycle Helmet Act of 2009."" Under the measure, LGUs with high incidence of crimes committed by motorcycle riders may, upon the recommendation of the local peace and order council, and a…

Is an SEO Contest the best place to experiment?

Relevance: 15%      Posted on: November 9, 2006

In the last couple of months lurking at the SEO Philippines mailing list, I often read that the last two SEO contests are good ways of experimenting with stuff. However, I find it a little confusing as to how you'd gauge a certain optimization or technique to have positive or negative effects in your ranking when hundreds of others are also competing for the same keywords. I was schooled to be a calculating type of guy, relying mostly on statistics and the nature of probability in solving daily problems and issues. My discipline (Chemistry) taught me that to be accurate…

Oslo has a big problem and PH should consider helping

Relevance: 15%      Posted on: June 21, 2013

Now I know you’re probably wondering why our country, which is already facing issues left and right, should help the capital city of Norway with its rather peculiar concern. Believe it or not folks, it’s a win-win solution for both countries and one that can ultimately help in solving our issues with flooding here in the metro. Oslo’s problem: the city is running out of garbage. That’s right, the city of 1.4 million is facing shortage of wastes. In fact, they’ve been faced with this issue in the past and have even resorted to importing garbage from neighboring cities and…

How the Google-Verizon deal affect us?

Relevance: 14%      Posted on: August 14, 2010

There's been a lot of debate surrounding the recent deal between Google and Verizon regarding net neutrality. Some even say that Google has sold out just to get a the ball rolling. But what does this deal got to do with us here in the Philippines? Well, nothing really. While net neutrality is a big hot topic in the US, we're not even anywhere near that level here. However, this discussion gives us a better picture of how or why the telcos operate the way they do especially in the wireless space. We have several wireless internet services currently being…

10 Addictive FB/Smartphone Games We No Longer Play

Relevance: 11%      Posted on: January 26, 2015

There were a lot of games in the past that we've casually installed with the purpose of just passing time. We played the game for a few minutes, which turned into hours and realized that we're hooked with it. In this article we look back at those games that pretty much took a small chunk of our lives playing them. Here are 10 addicting Facebook/smartphone games we no longer play. The games listed below are arranged in no particular order. Plants Vs Zombies Kicking off the list is the iconic Plants vs Zombies. This game gave a twist to the usual…

Wash, rinse and repeat…

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: August 10, 2007

They say that if you have a proven and tested way of solving things, get on with it and don't deviate from the usual approach. But what if that doesn't solve it? Well, think outside the box. Just don't re-invent the wheel. See more tidbits after the jump. Evan Hamilton, Flock Community Ambassador, left a comment asking how they can make the new Flock 0.9 better interact with the user. I had a minor issue with the orange media bar popping all the time. Anybody has a better idea? Leave a comment here or email him directly (he left his…