From the Inbox

From the Inbox

Several things I’d like to share coming out of my Inbox:


  • Krispy Kreme is really sending me a truckload of doughnuts. They’ve sent email on several of my blogs. Maybe we could all do some Krispy Kreme blogger meet-up? Doughnuts on me.
  • PinoyTravelBlog & PinoyTechBlog both made it to the Finals of the 9th Philippine Web Awards (PR7 links immortalized!). Awards Night will be on December 7, 2006, at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza, Makati City. I think I will be in Jakarta on this date. Anybody want to go and proxy me? Free tickets.
  • Luis discovered that the newly launched Makati PNP Website was a one-man operation. Can we safely say kickbacks? The guy has a Friendster blog.
  • The domain points (URL mask) to my post here about Globe’s Speak ‘n Surf. Should I thank Victor Martin Mariano for using my blog to point his domain. That’s a neat trick huh?
  • Very fine photos of USN F/A-18 fighters and their Prandtl-Glauert Clouds (c/o my reader who wants to remain anonymous). His very first contribution last July garnered total pageviews close to 17,000.
  • Shout out to Nick of for being very understanding. I respectfully declined his blog tag. If I did, I would have to do the same to a dozen others before him. Thanks, mate.
  • Another reader also emailed me asking for ways to determine if his GF’s blog has been added to Google Sandbox. We did a little poking around and it looks like it. Is there a definite tool to find that out? How about get a link from an old and highly trusted domain? Would that fix it?
  • Another email from a reader asks how to go about after being banned from Adsense. I explained the varying levels and suggested ways around it. This one deserves a whole post in itself.

Anybody else emailed me that I forgot to answer? Please resend them after 48 hours after the first one if I haven’t gotten back to you.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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11 Responses

  1. Noemi says:

    My daughters would love to eat Krispy Kreme again. Haha, they’re crazy over donughts.

    Oh the PR7 is a treat even if a finalist loses. If no one can proxy for you on the day itself, I can do it for you.

  2. Carlo says:

    Wow, Krispy Kreme! I remember my old bosses loves to buy us some of those doughnuts when they visit the Philippines (Take note, they import the doughnuts just for us to have some, hehehe).

    I’ll grab some later before going home :)

  3. KK says:

    May Krispy Kreme na pala diyan. The donuts taste heavenly, tastes so good that it’s too dangerous. Get a cup of Starbucks java and you can gobble up a whole dozen, then more coffee. Unfortunately, I am off limits. It is a no-no to people who have to watch their diet.

  4. sylver says:

    “They can send me a truckload of doughnuts to try (most of it I might just give to the kids caroling here every night) ”

    we wish you a meri christmas, we wish u a meri christmas, we wish u a meri christmas and a hapi new year…

    namamasko po! namamasko po! :D

  5. jayvee f. says:

    count me in on the free donuts. maybe we can do that as gimik before gail and marc get married

  6. vance says:

    Free doughnuts baka pwede mo ishare yan hehehe…

    by the way are there real thruth about krispy krepe going bankrupt? i think i heard from one of my releatives since krispy krepe doesn’t have that much ads and they solely base on mouth ads hehe.

  7. vespinoy says:

    uy sama ako sa krispy kreme!

  8. jun says:

    Early Christmas BlogCon-Donuts party!

  9. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts or Go Nuts Donuts?

    The war will start soon it seems… can’t wait :D

  10. MArk says:

    krispy krepe is a thief! why?

    they copied krispy kreme’s typeface then used jamba juice’s for the logo…

    so now don’t wonder why they are coming to a bankruptcy, methinks they don’t have a good business plan other than copying great brands.

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