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“The way you cut your meat reflects the way you live.”
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Post by The King on November 8, 2010
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Hi there, fellas!
After long silence, I’m back (even for a sec) with additional info of the amazing world of iTalkWHOA!
Presenting: RSS Feeds in iTalkWHOA!
O’ don’t you worry about this hi-tech acronym. RSS is short for “Really Simple Syndication“. It is just a label, nothing more or less, so put your worries in my pocket, will ya?
RSS Feeds 101:
RSS Feeds enable you to get news feeds and updates on any topics that interest you in super-fast and easy ways. Yes, you don’t have to check or be on the lookout on what’s coming.
It delivers the headline, short summary and a link back to the full text every time an RSS news feed is updated.
How does it benefit you?
- If you have been worried about giving your name and email address to subscribe to any newsletter, the RSS feed in iTalkWHOA! has come to your rescue. Subscribing to RSS feed does not require you to do so. No more e-mails and no spams too. Your privacy is assured.
- You will get updates automatically on your iTalkWHOA’s account.
- For those who have got used to bookmaking pages, this is no longer necessary.
- If you are a content owner or publisher, you are able to distribute your contents without being sent to the junk folder.
Alright then, enough of IT’s junkie, now let’s move on HOW(on earth) to configure RSS feeds on your iTalkWHOA’s account?
Okie, first do select the RSS Feeds under Mail panel and click on New Group to create a new category/group.
Within seconds, a Pop up box [RSSFeed Category Name] will appear and please input any name for the new group – example News:
Then click on button [Add]
And, wal-lah, automatically the News Feeds will appear in current Category Panel as below:
Now, for an example:
To input any info on News category, just search for RSS News that interest you. Feeds gather from The star newspaper.
Just click directly to the The Star URL- http://thestar.com.my/
Scroll further down till the end of the webpage and you will see image as below:
The RSS icon placed on the right side and click on it (with no hesitation, please )
You may input or place any RSS in iTalkWHOA! for any website that have the RSS icon:
Furthermore, you may also get RSS Feeds from:
- Any newspaper – The star [http://thestar.com.my/rss/]
- At PC/Entertainment website – Apple [http://www.apple.com/rss/]
- At blogger website
Shown above the link for RSS Feeds in The Star newspaper. For sure, you can just choose any topic that interests you the most. In this example, Sport under News been selected.
Just right click on the RSS icon besides the Sport News and select ‘Copy Link Location’.
Go back to your iTalkWHOA’s account and highlight the News icon, input ‘Sport’ under ‘Feed Description’ and paste the url copied previously.
That’s all you need to do to enjoy the wonder of RSS Feeds in iTalkWHOA! Incredibly simple, yet useful features.
One thing to remember: Sometimes, the link create does not appear immediately. Thus we need to wait for a few minutes before the link to appear. Or we may logout and login again into iTalkWHOA! to view the link (refresh browser, please).
Do try this tips, happy e-reading!
Post by The King on October 25, 2010
Just received Google Adwords Free Advertising Voucher early last week, computerized letter from Sir Derek Callow: Head of Business Marketing, Google Southeast Asia.
Eagerly waiting for 4th cash-out, Thank You Google
God is gracious.
*haha hehe haha ho*
With this promotional code, you may set your Adwords based on daily budget and keyword daily budget.
Have you tried Google Adwords, yet?
Post by The King on August 7, 2010
Auto-Post by The King: Week of Server Maintenance Work.
EyO readers !
“This is not to show you how to build a model step by step.”
It all started when, my wife said, “She loves Gundam RX-78” (and started her private set of collection of RX-78 since year 1999), HUH!
As for me, “That’s totally awkward, dude! No… girl can’t play Gundam, it’s a boy stuff, BTW she built Gundam’s models before me! waaawaaa T_T <– sad face.
(Ahem, I need to get one) and last 2 weeks she bought me a special edition of Master Grade Aile Strike, GUNPLA 30th Anniversary Series (^_^ <– happy), and thanks to my wife, I can’t get enough of gundam models now!
(Hunny dear, another box, please? p/s: Yup, I’m aiming for my 2nd Gundam, hint.hint.hint, hehe)
(Made my day!)
From the first time I saw Strike & Wing (Anime) in action, I knew I’m in love with Gundam. I literally knows nothing about building a Gundam plastic model (a.k.a gunpla), I spent more than 3 day (yes yes noob of me) to complete it initially.
(Huh!? Pink sword??)
I was worried that I was not going to do a good job and spoil it (after all – it is expensive and worthily for me).
After looking at other people models however, I realized the importance of inking and that you have to use the “just do it” attitude – “so I ask my wife to do it (lining job)” LOL, after all she’s a good designer. Another extra job for her I guess. Heh!
Tips: If you screw up then use a rubber or sand paper and before you know it you will have a mean looking Gundam.
I also broke a few pieces of the plastic while assembling, so a lesson learned there:
1 ) No rushing when building model kits.
2 ) No building when super sleepy.(zzZzZZzz)
I will be adding more update as I build more Gundams.
(I’m too cool!)
1 ) Perfect Grade (PG) – 1/60 – the most details and have alot of parts. usually come in a big box.
2 ) Master Grade (MG) – 1/100 – the most popular grade among others. second most details kits than perfect grade. has a inner frame and also outside armour.
3 ) Normal/Non Grade (NG) – 1/100, 1/60(Big Scale NG) – MG scale with no inner frame and also of course less details than MGs.
4) High Grade (HG) – 1/144 – NG level with smaller scale.
5) First Grade (FG) – 1/144 – The most less details grade among all, usually been mold in just 2 or 3 basic colors. and the manual usually printed on the box.
6 ) Speed Grade (SG) – 1/200 – Painted kit straight on the runner, just cut the piece out and assemble, minor lining needed to look more nicer.
7 ) Super Deform (SD) – short/cute gundam with big head.
8 ) Gundam Fix Figuration (GFF) – 1/144, 1/100 (most of them are from Metal Series) – Painted gundams model (usually a very nice paint job) also can be consider as a action figure, take out from the box and straight display.
9 ) SHCM Pro/HCM Pro – 1/200, 1/144 – same as GFF version but smaller and lesser details and paint job.
Aile Strike Gundam info: This gorgeous Master Grade kit of the Strike Gundam with the Aile Striker features super-pose-able “inner frame” system, which you build up before adding the armor.
This inner frame allows you to pose the completed kit in all kinds of realistic positions, with much more freedom than you get with regular kits (even with regular Master Grades!). Comes with parts for the display base, too.
Aile Strike Gundam Poses & In the making
Thanks Hunny Bunny!
Next Model? Ermm…
Alright then, roger and out!
Post by The King on July 12, 2010
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Living separately with my dear wife and 2 kids (I bring another 2 ) once in a while (almost every month!) because of outstation duty makes me treasured my family the most.
We had been using iTalkWhoa since early this year due to inexpensive (unbeatable price) and convenient services help us save a lot of money even we need to contact and reach each other by making endless calls plus SMS to international and domestic area.
You can’t deny the power of iTaklWHOA! *you won’t need to be an IT savy to use it, simply useful*
One important tips from me, please do ensure you always check your credit and topped up your account regularly. Previously I may only purchase iTalk credit at iTalk shopper’s and suppliers nationwide but now wait no longer. You may directly buy it via iTalk portal! Yes, no more hassle
Firstly, you just need to enter iTalk official website, and choose your preferable The iTalk credit: RM10, RM20, RM30 or RM50. p/s: I vote for RM50
Then, fill up the form and after payment done, your new credit will automatically be transfer and update into iTalkWhoa account.
As the iTalk portal used NBePay as payment gateway (with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Protocol), don’t worry about security issues. Just make sure to clean your computer cache every time you’ve made online payment.
Don’t forget to check out iTalk WHOA awesome rates! It’s unbelievable.
So what are you waiting for?
Let’s now subscribe and switch to the hottest plan in town: easy breezy and greater savings by using iTalkWHOA