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Creating a Successful Forum

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 23, 2005

AwesomeBlogs posted a rather lengthy discussion on "How to Create a Successful Forum" and he points out several major aspects about it, including getting a good domain, hosting, and forum software but the more important (and hardest) part is getting the crowd to join your newly launched community. Advertising will get your new forum some eyeballs but what will make people stick with it and go back to your forum regularly? What i'd like to ad to that post is getting your friends and collegues to join first so that you create a sense of community where even the smallest…

How to Launch a Forum with a Bang

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: July 9, 2006

A new forum has just launch catering to those who are interested to earn online -- Earners Forum. Earners Forum is the ultimate resource for those earning income through web business. You will be surrounded by like minded individuals, and have access to some of the top web publishing earners! There are multiple private forums that you can gain access to by registering and filling out the application and this is where the talk takes place you don't want the public to see. This forum provides for excellent networking opportunities and amazing information from a wide variety of internet masterminds.…

Summoned by NBI for a libel suit on a forum

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: December 14, 2006

I got the subpoena last Monday and it came from the National Bureau of Investigation which is investigating an alleged libel in a forum I used to help manage. Actually, the summons was a little cryptic so I really didn't know much about it until today after the meeting at the NBI Cybercrime and Fraud Division office. My initial impression was that this was part of another existing lawsuit we have right now (an almost similar one) so I had to have my lawyers present as well. Apparently, some members of the forum were posting allegedly libelous statements in the…

Get paid $0.10/post on Poker forum

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: January 6, 2006 is paying new members post on its forum: For every post you make, you will 'earn' 10 cents. Once you've reached 100 posts, you will be credited $10. This will continue indefinately. With $10 being credited to your account for every 100 posts you make. Once you reach the 500 post milestone, you will begin earning .15 cents per post and will be given $15 for every 100 posts you make after 500. I know nothing about poker but you guys might be interested in the offer here.

Nepal gets Battery-Powered Cars

Relevance: 52%      Posted on: May 27, 2008

Shree Eco Visionary (SEV) of Nepal has developed battery-powered vehicles from ordinary car batteries. All the more we should be convinced that high-tech innovations can be developed via low-tech means. Their 3-wheeler electric vehicles have been plying the streets of Kathmandu on AC power since 2004. The vehicles run on 2 packs of 6 batteries -- one on the front and another at the back side. The charger can be hooked up on regular house sockets (15 amps) for around 7 to 8 hours. Speed can reach up to 70 kmph. Power consumption costs about $2.50 per 60 km. Equivalent…

Forum Monetization & PEx’s Business Model

Relevance: 51%      Posted on: July 3, 2006

PinoyExchange (PEx) is probably one, if not the oldest, of the commercial sites in the Philippine cyberspace that breezed thru the dotcom boom and survived the bust. With memberships of 171,729 and 15,258,823 posts since July 1999, PEx could very well be the second biggest site in the country in terms of traffic next to There's no available public stats for PEx but a quick check with Alexaholic showed it's neck-in-neck with PhilStar for the second spot. Still, despite the relative success in the online business, PinoyExchange is still under the red and funds are always short (mainly from…

Nikon Coolpix L610: AA powered Point-and-Shoot

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: August 12, 2012

Since the birth of battery packs, AA-powered gadgets (especially cameras) have been a thing of a past. Although it's still debatable if it's easier to find a wall outlet to charge your gadget or to find a store to purchase a new set of fresh batteries, battery packs trumps over the AA batteries. But for those of you who still prefers AA-powered camera, then Nikon might have something to tickle your fancy. The Nikon Coolpix L610 is an entry-level Point-and-Shoot which has a pretty decent features for its price. It features 16MP BSI CMOS sensor and ISO range of 125-3200…

Sinag: Philippines’ 1st Solar Powered Car

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: January 21, 2008

Heard of the first solar powered car assembled by Filipinos? Saw this one at the MOA SM Science Discovery Center. They named it Sinag (Tagalog for light). The solar-powered car is a project designed by a group of faculty and students from the Mechanical Engineering Department and the Electronic and Communications Engineering Department of De La Salle University-Manila. It was entered into the World Solar Challenge last year, the first for the Philippines. The World Solar Challenge is a solar powered car race over 3021 km through central Australia from Darwin to Adelaide. The car is now displayed at the…

Android-powered Lumia smartphone in the works?

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: July 7, 2014

A Nokia Lumia smartphone that runs on Android is probably what everyone is longing for. It's the perfect combination of great hardware and very flexible and powerful OS. And according to @evleaks, this could finally be happening. According to @evleaks' tweet, Nokia by Microsoft will finally bring a Lumia smartphone that is powered by Android: "Big news: Android-powered Lumia incoming, from Nokia by Microsoft." Unfortunately, @evleaks didn't provide much info on the upcoming device so we can only hope that he is spot-on as an Android-wielding Lumia is a dream phone to a lot of people especially Nokia fans. Big…

Water-Powered Cell Phones

Relevance: 47%      Posted on: October 15, 2007

Here's one indication that water will be a more expensive commodity in the future -- water-powered batteries for the mobile phones. Korea mobile manufacturer, Samsung, has recently unveiled at the 2007 Korea Electronics Show a new source of fuel-cells. The new fuel cell, powered by H2O, could power a handset for 10 hours -- almost twice as long as current rechargeable batteries. These water-powered handsets are expected to hit the market by 2010. Users will only have to change the hydrogen cartridge when the energy is depleted. Isn't that gonna be costly? However, they add that later handsets will be…