Sunday, February 14, 2010

Indonesian paypal wish list

This is a good news. has a good offer. Now you can earn up to $100 from PayPal Wishlist. What is Paypal Wishlist? It is facebook application ease people to buy product on their wishlist. In this program, PayPal will give you up to $100.

It’s easy to start this promo event. You just register to Paypal Wishlist program, then you’ll generate $1 directly to your earning. After that what you need to do is just referring your friend to do the same thing, and you’ll get $1 for everybody registered through your referral link. Through this way, you can earn up to $100. Easy way right?

Here is simply details on How it works:

1. You should have Facebook account.
2. Click HERE to join PayPal WishList application
3. Submit your Paypal email address at the form provided.
4. You get $1 after joining Paypal Wishlist
5. Create and share your wishlist to your friends
6. You’ll earn $1 for every friend you refer who add Paypal Wishlist application
6. You’ve got money

In order to qualify for this Program, you must follow their Terms & Condition:

1. Successfully complete registration for a new PayPal account within the Promotion Period or already have an existing PayPal account prior to the Promotion Period. If you don’t have Paypal account, just make one through Paypal.Com
2. Submit to PayPal via the Paypal Wishlist and within the Promotion Period, the email address to which your PayPal account is linked;
3. Be at least of 18 years of age, and have a PayPal account with a valid registration address in relation thereto located in India, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia or Singapore (“Eligible Countries�.
4. Have a PayPal account in Good Standing, with current contact information throughout the Promotion Period. In order for an account to be deemed in Good Standing as that term is used herein, the account must not have a hold status and/or be suspended or past due as of December 31st, 2009; and
5. Complete the downloading of the Paypal Wishlist, and use the same to create a PayPal WishList, within the Promotion Period.

You will be entitled to $1 USD for your own Paypal Wishlist, plus an additional $1 USD per friend who uses your invitation to create his or her own PayPal WishList, provided your friend has a PayPal account. Each person is only entitled to create one (1) PayPal WishList. For the avoidance of doubt, in the event your friend receives more than one invitation, only the person whose invitation is used to create the former’s PayPal WishList, will be entitled to the $1 USD.

You will be notified by PayPal no later than February 28th, 2010, via email or any other method as PayPal may from time to time determine, of how much you have earned.

Prizes will be credited to your PayPal account as per your submission to PayPal via the Paypal Wishlist, no later than February 28th, 2010. If you do not provide with this, Paypal will not be able to deposit your earnings.

To submit the PayPal email address you would like linked to your PayPal WishList, go to the Paypal Wishlist and click the link below to the ’submit your email address’ in the upper left side of the page. Any cash prizes to be paid to your PayPal account, will be credited in the currency as set out herein and currency conversion fees (if applicable) or any other related fees, will be borne solely by you.

Sunday, September 20, 2009


Kaskus is an Indonesian internet forum site which is widely considered as the largest Indonesian online community. It ranks as the 10th most popular website in Indonesia and is one of two local sites in the top 10 ( at 9th), positioning at 503th worldwide according to It was established on November 6, 2000, by three Indonesian students (Andrew Darwis, RS, and BD) in the United States. As of April 30, 2009, Kaskus has more than 1,000,000 members. In August 2005 and September 2006, PC Magazine Indonesia voted Kaskus as The Best Indonesian communities twice (2005 & 2006).[1] Registration is required for new users to participate in the community, and every registered member has the privilege to access more than twenty sub-forums on various subjects. The community runs on the vBulletin forum software.

On May 23, 2006, the internet domain has been changed from .com to .us in response to a computer virus called Brontok that attacked the servers


"KASKUS" is also an acronym from "KASak KUSuk" which translated to be "gossiping" in English. The administrator of the community chose this name so that when people are in a rush for a chat, they can go to Kaskus.


As of Feb 4, 2009, Kaskus has the following forums and sub-forums:

* CAS-CIS-CUS, which is a forum where users can devolve with the current hot issues happening around the world. The CAS-CIS-CUS has sub-forums such as: Welcome to Kaskus, The Lounge, Surat Pembaca, Berita & Politik, Business Board, Can You Solve This Game, Debate Club, Disturbing Picture, Education, English, Girls & Boys Corner, Heart to Heart, and Jokes & Cartoon.

* LOE-KE-LOE, which is a forum where users can really find their suitable community based on hobbies, lifestyle and the likes. The LOE-KE-LOE has sub-forums such as: All About Design, AMH (Anime Manga Haven), Arsitektur, Computer Stuff, Cooking mencooking + restaurant guide, Fitness & Health Body, Gadget & Gizmo, Games, Handphone & PDA, Health & Medical, Lifestyle, Model Kit & R/C, Movies, Music, My Pets, Otomotif, Outdoor Adventures & Nature Club, Photography, Sports, Supranatural, Tanaman, Travellers, and Wedding.

* FORUM JUAL BELI (FJB), perhaps one of the most active sub-forums in Kaskus, it is fast becoming the Indonesian Craigslist where members post pseudonymous ads selling (and looking for) everything from Rp 50.000 (±US$ 5) USB flash disks to Rp (± US$ 150.000) land rights.


KaskusRadio is an Indonesian Internet radio operated by Kaskus. It has more than 20 DJs and serves many kind of music.

facebook for Business

Facebook’s not just for keeping tabs on friends and filling out quizzes — it can also be used as a highly effective business tool. It’s great for marketing your products, landing gigs and connecting with your customers.

Here are 32 ways to use Facebook in your business.

Manage Your Profile

1. Fill out your profile completely to earn trust.
2. Establish a business account if you don’t already have one.
3. Stay out of trouble by reading the Facebook rules regarding business accounts.
4. Install appropriate applications to integrate feeds from your blog and other social media accounts into your Facebook profile. (Although you should be careful before integrating your Twitter feed into your Faceboook profile, as a stream of tweets can seem overwhelming to your contacts.)
5. Keep any personal parts of your profile private through Settings.
6. Create friends lists such as “Work,” “Family” and “Limited Profile” for finer-grained control over your profile privacy.
7. Post a professional or business casual photos of yourself to reinforce your brand.
8. Limit business contacts’ access to personal photos.
9. Post your newsletter subscription information and archives somewhere in your profile.

Connect and share with others
10. Obtain a Facebook vanity URL so that people can find you easily.
11. Add your Facebok URL to your email signature and any marketing collateral (business cards, etc.) so prospects can learn more about you.
12. Post business updates on your wall. Focus on business activities, such as “Working with ABC Company on web site redesign.”
13. Share useful articles and links to presentation and valuable resources that interest customers and prospects on your wall, to establish credibility.
14. Combine Facebook with other social media tools like Twitter. For example, when someone asks question on Twitter, you can respond in detail in a blog post and link to it from Facebook.
15. Before traveling, check contacts locations so you can meet with those in the city where you’re heading.
16. Research prospects before meeting or contacting them.
17. Upload your contacts from your email client to find more connections.
18. Use Find Friends for suggestions of other people you may know to expand your network even further.
19. Look for mutual contacts on your contacts’ friends lists.
20. Find experts in your field and invite them as a guest blogger on your blog or speaker at your event.
21. Market your products by posting discounts and package deals.
22. Share survey or research data to gain credibility.
23. Use Facebook Connect to add social networking features to your web site.
24. Suggest Friends to clients and colleagues — by helping them, you establish trust.
25. Buy Facebook ads to target your exact audience.
26. Read up on Facebook Beacon to see if it might be useful for you.

Use Network, Group and Fan Pages
27. Start a group or fan page for product, brand or business. Unless you or your business is already a household name, a group is usually the better choice.
28. Add basic information to the group or fan page such as links to company site, newsletter subscription information and newsletter archives.
29. Post upcoming events including webinars, conferences and other programs where you or someone from your company will be present.
30. Update your group or fan page on a regular basis with helpful information and answers to questions.
31. Join network, industry and alumni groups related to your business.
32. Use search to find groups and fan pages related to your business by industry, location and career.

Blogger Mobile

Post from anywhere!

When you send texts to BLOGGR (256447) or photos to from your mobile device they're automatically posted to your new blog.
How it works

* First send an MMS or email with the word 'REGISTER' to
* We'll reply with the address of your new mobile blog, plus a claim code.
* Post to your new mobile blog, or use the claim code to link your phone to a different blog.
* To unlink your device from Blogger, send an MMS or email with word 'UNREGISTER' to

or use SMS

* First send an SMS with the word 'REGISTER' to BLOGGR (256447).
* We'll reply with the address of your new mobile blog, plus a claim code.
* Post to your new mobile blog, or use the claim code to link your phone to a different blog.
* To opt out of receiving SMS messages to your phone, text STOP to BLOGGR (256447)
* To get help from your mobile device, text HELP to BLOGGR (256447)
* To unlink your device from Blogger, text UNREGISTER to BLOGGR (256447).
* Sending text messages to BLOGGR (256447) is currently available for US phone numbers only.

Devices and more

Blogger Mobile works with any device that can send texts via SMS, or email via MMS. Google does not charge for this service. Standard message charges apply.

Blogger Mobile is also built into some Sony Ericsson cameraphones, so you can post to your blog with just a few clicks.
Sony Ericsson

For more about mobile blogging, see: How does Blogger Mobile work?

iPhone users: Phones without MMS can still post to Blogger with SMS, or via email with Mail2Blogger.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Google Chrome

Chrome is Google's attempt to make the browser disappear and to focus on the applications and pages users are viewing, rather than on the border with its tools. Some of Chrome's basic underpinnings are quite novel, but people will recognize other features as they exist in other, open-source browsers on the market today.

Currently only for Windows, Chrome is blazingly fast and is easily the quickest browser available. Based on Webkit, the same open-source engine that powers Apple Safari and Google's Android mobile platform, Chrome's interface is a drastic departure from other browsers. Instead of the traditional toolbar, Chrome puts its tabs on top. Moreover, the tabs are detachable: "tabs" and "windows" are interchangeable here. Detached tabs can be dragged and dropped into the browser, and tabs can be rearranged at any time. By isolating each tab's processes, when one site crashes, the browser does not.

Within each tab are individual controls, such as forward and back buttons. The search box and the address bar have been fused into a hybrid "Omnibox." The Omnibox includes not only suggestions for URLs culled from your browser's history, it also includes search suggestions from your search engine, and remembers site-specific search engine results. There's also Application Shortcuts, a feature that allows you to create desktop icons for Web-only applications, such as Gmail or Calendar. The stealth mode, Incognito, lets you surf without the history recording cookies.

Chrome lacks plug-ins, and there's the potential for high memory usage given that each tab is its own process. If you're addicted to Web apps and a need for speed, though, Chrome just might be the shine your browsing experience has been looking for.

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