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Posting Lyrics is Illegal?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: December 10, 2005

The music industry is to extend its copyright war by taking legal action against websites offering unlicensed song scores and lyrics. The Music Publishers' Association (MPA), which represents US sheet music companies, will launch its first campaign against such sites in 2006. (from BBC News) Isn't that a bit of a stretch already? What's wrong with republishing song lyrcis? Music fans love to do that. Bloggers love to quote lyrics from their favorite bands or artists. There's just no stopping this copyrights war, or so it seems. *pffft*

Pinoy Six-Figure Blogger

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: October 13, 2005

Everytime I chat with some bloggers either online or during eyeballs/meet-up, one of the most frequently asked questions thrown at me was "how much are you earning from Adsense?" or "who else is earning significantly from AdSense?". I don't usually give out exact figures cause I don't know if it's really okay for my fellow bloggers that I reveal their earnings to others. Anyway, I'm just breaking the news here that Markku of RebelPixel is already a six-figure blogger, at least in Philippine peso terms. His biggest earner would be his Lyrics blog at Well, who else? Everybody knows…

Pinoy Problogger: Markku Seguerra

Relevance: 25%      Posted on: April 6, 2006

Markku is a twenty–something Filipino geek who grew up around (Metro) Manila, but proudly labels himself as a true–blue Cebuano. After attending the Philippine Science High School, he studied at the University of the Philippines and graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering. After passing the boards in 2002 and more than a year of soul–searching, he is currently working for one of the pioneers in the Philippine IT industry. (OK, I just got this from his About page.) How would you define problogging? Problogging is the synergy of blogging and earning a living. Basically, it is the more current…

Google offers remedy against content scrapers

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: February 24, 2009

Is someone copying your original content? Or other sites are using your images and photos without attribution? Dozens of autopilot blogs scraping/republishing your content without your permission? Google offers a couple of solutions to remedy the problem. Usually, after repeated communications with the culprits fail to gather any positive results, most publishers/webmaster would resort to a DMCA takedown which is filed with the web host. Sometimes it's pretty effective and fast and sometimes not (they could always transfer to a new host or server). The most painful way to get back at the scrapers is to hit them where its…

Globe caps SuperSurf at 800MB per day

Relevance: 22%      Posted on: December 23, 2010

So I looked at how Globe does their capping for unlimited mobile internet (SuperSurf) and found out that their Fair Use Policy has a somewhat similar strategy. Though this time, it's 800MB per day. Was wondering at first why they did it on a daily basis instead of monthly then realized that there's no 30-day SuperSurf for prepaid (just for postpaid). An 800MB daily cap translates to 24GB per month (30 days) so that seems reasonable. I guess their tagline "Walang Metro" only applies to the time-based not not really the bandwidth. However, unlike Smart's Fair Use Policy which throttles…

How was PLDT Watchpad during the fight?

Relevance: 21%      Posted on: April 8, 2010

Last month, PLDT sent out word to subscribers that they've prepared the network for the live-streaming of the Pacquiao-Clottey fight on WatchPad. Manny turned out  a winner but how about PLDT's WatchPad? I wasn't able to use WatchPad since my rig is running on Windows 7 64-bit (hope they'd fix that soon) so I can't comment if there was an improvement. However, they sent in another note, complete with testimonials, which says: The fight streamed as smoothly as a ringside seat. Last March 14, thousands of PLDT myDSL Watchpad subscribers saw every punch traded between Manny Pacquiao and Joshua Clottey…

Top Searches of 2008 on Yahoo! Philippines

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: December 18, 2008

Yahoo! Philippines sent in a report for their 2008 Top Searches on the main portal The results are as expected but still interesting -- gives us a glimpse of what regular Filipino surfers as interested in. Listed below are the top 10 most searched terms/keywords in 2008 from Yahoo (in alphabetical order). 1. American Idol 2. Boracay 3. Charice Pempengco 4. Friendster 5. High School Musical 3 6. Jobs 7. Mall of Asia 8. Marian Rivera 9. MV Princess of the Stars 10. Olympics 2008 If we compare this list to Google's own top searches for 2008, it's totally…

Adsense restrictions on copyrighted materials

Relevance: 19%      Posted on: January 18, 2007

From Jensense, several new changes in Adsense Policies, one of them specifically prohibiting display of Adsense ads on copyrighted materials: Website publishers may not display Google ads on web pages with content protected by copyright law unless they have the necessary legal rights to display that content. Please see our DMCA policy for more information. I can see a lot of sites or blogs which could be affected by this. Here are some I can think on top of my head: Celebrity or showbiz blogs using videos captured from TV, cable or movies. Photo blogs displaying pictures of celebrities, models…

v7ndotcom elursrebmem : Blogging for Charity

Relevance: 18%      Posted on: January 16, 2006

Some isulong seoph magic here: isulong seoph, isulong, seoph. Remember the SEO contest I blog over two weeks ago? Well, it has already started and it's now up to $4,000 $7,000! That's over Php200,000 Php350,000 already (plus the iPod). The magic word now here is : v7ndotcom elursrebmem What I originally have in mind was to join the contest, seek help from all bloggers out there and if I win, donate all the proceeds to charity (Bahay na Walang Hagdan, Haribon Foundation, Save the Children, etc.). What's so bold about this is that I don't know much about SEO. I'm…

Microsoft Zune gets cloned already?

Relevance: 18%      Posted on: September 18, 2006

Chinese electronic manufacturer, Oriphe, must have seen the the leaked pictures of Microsoft Zune last July. Just look at their new media player called the MPF2110. * 128 MB-2 GB flash memory * 1.5"/1.8" color display * Plays MP3, WMA, WAV audio * Plays AMW, MTV, MPEG, AVI video * JPEG photo support, Voice recorder, FM tuner w/ recording, Lyrics * 9 color combinations Here's their product page. Could they be the same people who created the fake iPod Nanos? The original Zune (originally came out as the Toshiba GigaBeat) is hard drive based as against the flash disk of…