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  • hannaherika 9:44 pm on February 9, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: facebook mobile, friendster mobile, globe telecom, mobile blogging, mobile surfing, multiply mobile, plurk mobile, , sun cellular, twitter mobile, wordpress mobile   

    Mobile blogging, mobile surfing 

    This is a test.

    I am blogging through http://m.wordpress.com

    I am making the most out of every technology I can use!

    Mobile blogging is definitely a handy tool especially with people like me who doesn’t wanna be doing nothing while waiting for something. I also hate how we are always stuck in traffic here in Manila! I can be productive during these times now, thanks to mobile blogging, mobile surfing, mobile emails and IMs!

    I love technology! I love WAP, GPRS, 3G, 3.5G, HSDPA and free wifis (ligaw na wifi)! I am so thankful for technology!

    Thank you Smart, Globe and Sun! Yes, I have all 3 networks… Whoops… Was red mobile (formerly umobile) left out? Hehe, sorry but the reality is, I don’t have their sim card. I don’t think I would need one either… Although, I have a spare phone in my drawer. 😛

    Anyway, back to my point… You would love browsing mobile! Here are the list of sites that I often visit online a mobile:

    1. Flaircandy.com (of course!)
    2. Batangyagit.com (Winston suggested that I should make my blog mobile friendly)
    3. Jehzlau-concepts.com (learning how to make money online on the go)
    4. Ourawesomeplanet.com (so much I can learn about our country here and of yummyliscious foods on restos I wanna pre-taste)
    5. plurk.com/m (microblogging in an instant!)
    6. Facebook.com (know what’s happening to my friends, get invites, etc.)
    7. Multiply.com
    8. Friendster.com
    9. Twitter.com
    10. Google reader (comprehensive rss on the sites that matter to me)


    Mobile technology… It’s addicting!

  • hannaherika 8:04 pm on May 15, 2008 Permalink | Reply  

    How to edit Start up programs 

    Isn’t it such a hassle when you open up your pc and you have to wait for 5 minuites for it to load. Then there must be some programs in your Windows start up that you don’t need to use.

    You can edit the programs you would want to start on start-up. For example, you have yahoo messenger and msn that always runs ready upon start up. You could actually opt not to start them up since it is not necessary. Programs like this would just slow down your start up. There are however some items that you need to start instantly such as your anti-virus and spyware.

    Here’s the how-to:

    – Just click Start > Run
    – Type msconfig then click “ok”
    – go to the “start-up” tab then you would find a list of programs that start upon start-up

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