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SSS Online: Inquiry on Member Contributions

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 11, 2009

SSS Online Inquiry is a service by the Social Security System of the Philippines that provides updates on member contributions, salary loans, SSS ID information, among others. You can register and login for your member contribution information on the SSS Philippines website here: http://www.sss.gov.ph You need to login using your User ID and password when you first registered for an account. Also select the Employee or Employer check-box before you sign in. Non-Philippine Government employees are covered by SSS or the Social Security System in the Philippines. SSS contributions are automatically deducted from the monthly salary by the employer to…

SSS Online: Inquiry on Member Contributions

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 23, 2012

SSS Online Inquiry is a service by the Social Security System of the Philippines that provides updates on member contributions, salary loans, SSS ID information, among others. You can register and login for your member contribution information on the SSS Philippines website here: http://www.sss.gov.ph You need to login using your User ID and password when you first registered for an account. Also select the Employee or Employer check-box before you sign in. Non-Philippine Government employees are covered by SSS or the Social Security System in the Philippines. SSS contributions are automatically deducted from the monthly salary by the employer to…

Why Viacom wants YouTube user logs?

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: July 6, 2008

A recent court ruling gave the go signal for Viacom to access Youtube user logs in the ongoing copyright lawsuit between the former and Google worth $1 Billion. Viacom, 1; Google/Youtube, 0. But why does Viacom want all those YouTube user logs? Simply put, Viacom wants to prove to the courts that people are viewing their original content in massive numbers and that this significantly affects their bottom line. Does Viacom want all its copyrighted materials pulled off of Youtube? Yes, if Google doesn't pay up. Isn't that a little greedy? Well, yeah, but read on. Google wants to make…

HP’s User-Generated Ad

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: July 10, 2009

For companies like HP, user-generated ad is much better than user-generated content. This awesome ad was created by students, Matt Robinson and Tom Wrigglesworth. This is in response to D&AD Student Awards brief set by Hewlett Packard -- "Present an idea which promotes HP Workstations ability to bring to life anything the creative mind can conceive." So who said you can't do fun stuff with your inkjet printers?

Google will pay you $1 for every new Firefox user?

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: November 5, 2005

While I was reading more information about the recent launch of Google AdSense Referral program, I came across their November News bulletin which I will quote below: Spread the word while increasing your earnings through referrals With our new referrals feature, you can increase your revenue while increasing your users' awareness of useful products and services. By adding a referral button to your site, you can direct users to sign up for AdSense and monetize their web content, or to download Firefox with Google Toolbar and improve their web browsing experience. While your users learn more, you can earn more…

Tri-isys popping ads on dial-up user sessions?

Relevance: 52%      Posted on: December 9, 2006

This tip was sent to me by a regular reader to investigate, though I think others might be able to help me with this if they're on dial-up and using ISP Bonanza. Here's an excerpt of the email sent to me: I'm using ISPx Bonanza pre-paid internet card (dial-up). and recently, i'm getting an ad for Unisilver time watches after clicking on links on websites that are not affiliated with the watch company (see my attachment for the screenshot and the url), it happens at random times and i have to click "back" to visit the link i clicked. I…

WP User Online Stats

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: August 21, 2006

I just rediscovered that the WP-UserOnline plugin has been upgraded and now compatible with WordPress 2.x. I quickly downloaded and re-installed the script to check it out and here's what I am looking at now: UserOnline Stats There are a total of 45 Users online now: 4 Members, 23 Guests and 18 Bots. Most users ever online were 56, on 21st August 2006, 03:12 This is pretty neat as you are able to see which registered members, guests and bot are viewing which pages on your blog. The default time-out is 5 minutes but you can adjust this to be…

Philippines is 2nd largest YahooGroups user

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: July 29, 2006

Someone mentioned about this to me last night so I checked it out today. Afetr looking at the stats over at YahooGroups, I found out that the Philippines is actually the second largest country using the Yahoo! service. India came in first with 27,080 YahooGroups the biggest on their list had 12,4544 members. The Philippines came in next with just 10,777, the largest account having 4,541 members. Completing the top 10 are as follows: 3. Indonesia (7,836) 4. Turkey (5,043) 5. United Kingdom (4,511) 6. Pakistan (4,462) 7. Egypt (3,376) 8. Iran (3,199) 9. Australia (2,657) 10. United States (2,548)…

Winner: HTC Radar by an Office 2013 User

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: October 27, 2012

We got over a hundred users of Office 2013 Preview that joined that Windows Phone 7.5 giveaway. We got the winner of the HTC Radar below. Congrats to Rene Bernal (@cybernal) for winning the HTC Radar WP7.5 phone. Please email me for instructions on how to claim your prize. Many thanks to Microsoft Philippines for sponsoring this giveaway.

User exposed Xperia Z’s lock screen flaw

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: March 26, 2013

In all of its glory, it seems that Sony has overlooked a key security aspect on their current flagship. But unlike the other reported glitches on other handsets, the security bypass on the Xperia Z is fairly easy to exploit. The man responsible for this exposé is Scott Reed. He uploaded a short video on YouTube showing how he was able to bypass his Xperia Z’s lockscreen and access everything as if the phone was unlocked. By inputting a set of numbers and characters on the dialer, he gained access to the phone’s internal menu. From there, he chose a…