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Convert your Mabuhay Miles to Globe Rewards points

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 14, 2013

Are you a Globe subscriber and a frequent flyer of Philippine Airlines? If yes, then there's good news for you as you can now convert your PAL Mabuhay Miles to Globe Rewards points. For every 2,000 Mabuhay Miles converted, subscribers can earn 400 rewards points; 1,500 Mabuhay Miles can be converted to 300 rewards points; and 1,000 Mabuhay Miles can earn subscribers 200 rewards points. Using the Globe Reward point-to-peso conversion of 1 point = P1.00, subscribers can use these points to redeem items from the Globe Rewards catalog or purchase items from partner merchants. The biggest drawback we bumped…

Up for some free hosting and .PH domains?

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: May 7, 2006

Philippine Web Hosting for Blogs and Businesses at plogHost.com. dot.PH domain registration at Php1,499 on all .com.pg, .net.ph and .org.ph. Jangelo is cooking up something and will be offering free hosting and domain. The catch? You'll get to use a .PH domain (that means .ph, .com.ph, .net.ph and .org.ph). The site should be used as a blog as well. The rest of the details you can check with J. (Free hosting and domain is good for 1 year but depending on how frequent you blog, it could get extended indefinitely. And no, I'm not the sponsor.) P.S. Totally off topic,…

Microsoft/Google stirs discussion among Hosting Companies

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: April 6, 2006

Got an email newsletter from one WHT just now: Last month, Microsoft launched Microsoft Live Microsoft Live Office Beta for beta testing. Live Office is not an online version of MS Office Suite, but instead a series of tools for small businesses that combine web hosting, design tools, email accounts and groupware features. Google on the other hand launched Google Pages which offers free web pages with an easy-to-use home page creator and 100mb of space. Google Page Creator is focused on making it easy to create static web pages, similar in concept to Geocities and Tripod. These news have…

Hosting Provider Accountability

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: January 18, 2006

A story ran on the Inquirer (Inq7.net) about Marine Captain Nicanor Faeldon being virtually untraceable in cyberspace as he is in the jungles of Mindanao (or wherever he really is right now). I would tend to disagree but taking into perspective the expertise of the people in NBI, that might just spell what they can do. What caught my attention though was the line that states "Only the web host could be traced though the Internet service provider could not be asked to divulge the owner of the site, if he is known at all." Is that really true? This…

AllYouCanUpload: Free Image Hosting Service

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: May 30, 2006

A new image hosting service backed by CNet has just launched and it's called All You Can Upload. It has no file size limitations and supports .gif, .jpeg and .png formats. No registration is needed so all you have to do is go to allyoucanupload.webshots.com. This new service is targetting online spaces, such as online auctions (eBay), blogs (Blogger, TypePad), message boards, online classifieds, and social networking sites (Xanga, MySpace). If you look at the upload page, it can upload 3 images at a time and has an option to resize the images to predetermined dimensions with suggestions as to…

WordPress VIP Hosting

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: September 29, 2006

Wordpress.com formally announced it's plan to get serious with the blog hosting business and is now offering VIP Hosting for premium bloggers/publishers. Based on our experience with high-profile and high-traffic bloggers using WordPress, we’ve put together something we’re calling “VIP Hosting” which allows these folks to piggyback on our WordPress.com infrastructure, getting the benefits of what we’ve built without the limitations of a free WordPress.com account around theme editing and javascript. Here's how it works: You create WordPress.com accounts, import your content, and point your DNS at us. We load balance your site across our dozens of servers. You can…

They’re out to destroy the Philippine web hosting industry

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: June 7, 2005

Almost every month, a new local (Philippine-based) web host provider would launch and offer unreasonable rates by undercharging potential clients in the hopes of getting a piece of the pie. But for what, a quick buck? Do they really expect to last very long? Maybe they did not thought of it really hard or must have missed a digit or two in computing their ROI. What I am worried about is that these newcomers will pull down the average pricing to the point that it does not become profitable anymore. Support suffers directly proportional to the number of clients. But…

Hosting the SemCon ’08

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: September 10, 2008

I'm hosting the SemCon this year. I'm stoked but it's a pretty tiring job so I'm on and off the stage the whole day. Regular blogging will resume tomorrow as well as replies to emails.

Yahoo! WordPress Hosting in Review

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: January 13, 2006

This afternoon, I was able to try out Yahoo!'s Wordpress Hosting service. They have a promo now that for just over $8 a month, you get 5GB of space and 200+GB of bandwidth (that is so super cheap). I initially thought there would be something fancy there but the process of just signing up is so long that you'd need more time filling up forms and signing up than actually installing your blog. Your hosting is readily available after paying via credit card but your domain will still be on pending (propagation delays). They will inform you though once the…

WordPress.com: Blog Hosting Service

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: August 20, 2005

Every WordPress blogger out there must have already read about the recent news about WordPress.com's plan to offer a blog hosting service anytime soon. (It's all over the WP-Admin Dashboard already.) This is the same service SixApart is offering for corporate clients for TypePad. Mena and Ben will surely be getting some pretty fierce upcoming competition here. I wasn't really surprised about this development, considering that TypePad has been running the show for years without any very strong competition. I am sure WordPress.com will carve a big chunk of the pie once it is launched. Ken Yarmosh of Technosight 8…