Mar 18, 2011

How to Become Famous on Facebook

Here in this post i have explained a way that can make you famous on facebook easily. Just within a few minutes.

Here it goes :

Step 1 : Log in to your facebook account and Click on " Account " at the top right corner of  your home page.

Step 2 : Click " Account setting "

Step 3 : Click Change Name 

Step 4 : Type " Famous " and click "Change name "
Done!!! You  are Famous now (Theoretically)  ! You can also be popular by typing "Popular" instead of "Famous". 

I know if a facebook dislike button would exist then this article would probably get a lot of clicks on that . But it does not exist . So i think its better to click "like" button. At least you can show that your mouse or touchpad really works !

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Earn Money By Posting Videos on Facebook

Earn Money By Posting Videos on Facebook

Earn Money By Posting Videos on Facebook

Good news for my readers .. do you wanna earn some income by using facebook ? Here I have found a solution for u ... Now you just need to follow the directions shown in the following video .. and u will start making money .
Goviral Network has now made the things easy for you .. u just need to sign up and post videos and u will see the results in couple of days : )

But there is bit limitation what I see is it will pay you on the videos that are seen by the users from targeted countries only .. so it is a bit discouraging factor but I hope u ppl will make a good use of facebook and atleast will start earn ur bread on ur own : )

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20 White Amazing 3D Desktop Wallpapers

To a lot of people, their laptops or desktop computers sort of become their partners. They use these gadgets when they need to work, unwind and in most cases, even communicate to their loved ones. Because of that, these individuals spend a lot of their time and sometimes even money to customize their "partners". Sometimes they invest in skins that sort of give their computers a totally different look outside. 

Choosing themes and desktop wallpapers are very important because they practically scream who owns the computer, how he is like and what is his current mood. Now if you want your computer to do just that for you, then try browsing through a free website that can give you wallpapers galore! From there you will see a lot of wallpapers ranging from colorful abstracts, to serene nature pictures and famous screen caps from classical movies.


Top 10 Mobile Battery Saving Tips

If you're expecting a call and your battery icon starts blinking, the first thing you should do is find a charger. But if that's not an option, here are ten things you can do to hang on. We'll skip the usual tips about the 'memory effect' and which battery type is better NiCd or Li-Ion because you don't really have a choice in that.

Close Background Applications
If you're using a Smartphone, close applications that you don't need. Applications that stay active in the background use up a bit of CPU, which uses up battery. Make sure you 'exit' the applications from the menu, not by pressing the 'End' key, as that merely puts the application in the background. In Series 60 Smart phones (mostly Nokia, hold down the 'Menu' key to get a list of all applications running in the background to close them. In Windows Mobile 5 phones, open the 'Memory' application and check the 'Running programs' tab to close them.

Turn Down Screen Brightness
The screen is one of the most power-consuming parts of the mobile phone. The lower the brightness, the lesser power it needs. Keep it as low as you can, so long as you can still see it! Also, some phones like the E61 and the BlackBerry Pearl come with auto-adjust features that increase the brightness in brightly lit areas and dim it in low-light areas. If you're setting the brightness low, make sure that auto-adjust is turned off.

Don't Use Animated Wallpapers or Screensavers
The animations in wallpapers and screensavers can drain a bit of battery as they also consume a wee bit of CPU. Turn them off.

Turn Off Keypad Lights
If you've been using the phone for a while, you may be able to use the keys without seeing them. If this is the case, the keypad backlight can be turned off. However, not a lot of phones support this, but it's worth considering if your phone does.

Decrease Screen Standby Time Out
The time till your screen dims out and/or gets turned off is configurable in most phones. 10 seconds is good, 5 seconds is better. Set it as low as you can go without it becoming inconvenient.

Turn Off Vibration
Probably the second most power-consuming feature of any mobile phone is the built-in vibration alert. See if you can do without it.

Turn Down Ringer Volume, Keypad Tones and Speaker During Calls
If you're mostly indoors, like in the office or at home, a low ringer volume can go a bit towards saving your battery. Most phones also have DTMF-like keypad tones, which are not necessary if the keypad has decent tactile feedback. I keep them turned off most of the time — you can try it too. Volume of the earpiece when you're on a call can also be lowered, and that helps too.

Disable Voice Clarity / EFR / Voice Privacy
Almost all phones now do Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) for voice communication that consumes a little more power. In most cases, the enhanced quality of EFR doesn't make a difference thanks to the high noise levels in our city. Keep it off, you probably won't miss it. Some phones (mostly Samsungs) have a 'voice privacy' feature which can also be turned off to save battery.

Turn off 3G / GPRS / EDGE
Most 3G/UMTS/WCDMA phones keep searching for 3G coverage by default. In India, they'll keep searching till 2008, draining your battery, so go to the network selection screen and choose GSM-only. If your phone has a secondary camera near the screen, it's a 3G phone. Check your phone’s specs on the website if you aren't sure. Sometimes, even regular GPRS or EDGE connections stay active in the back, so make sure you specifically disconnect when you're done browsing the web.

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