Addicted to Farm Frenzy

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Farm Frenzy

I've been playing the famous Farmville since I opened my account in Facebook. Let me tell you a secret: I got interested on the game and it is the main reason why I opened an account on facebook and also because everyone are hooked. I really enjoyed it and been addicted on playing even when I am at my work. I can't keep myself not to open the application. But when I reached the 32nd level there, I got bored maybe because during that time, when you reach that level, your farm will take longer time to load. I got pissed off and promised myself then that I will not open it again. Well, blogging is much better than playing.

But last week, without my laptop and phone without signal (due to my networks upgrading), I can't think of anything to do. Music and movies are limited in my mobile phone and I always have to convert my movies to my phones format for me to be able to watch. While browsing my phone, I remembered installing a farming game Farm Frenzy. It has 48 action-packed farm levels levels, starting from simple egg collecting tasks to the rigours of producing cheese, woollen cloth and cakes all at the same time. To help you along the way you can upgrade various parts of your farm, from the vehicle you use to transport the goods to market, to the warehouse you can store goods in, even the buildings that produce the goods. Soon you’ll be producing vast quantities of products and turning over a huge profit. As well as the standard upgrades the really canny player may unlock special VIP bonuses, these include super-fast transport vehicles, automatic water-pumps for your farm.

And now that I finished the game's version on my mobile phone, very satisfied, I am planning of installing it also on my laptop. I have searched for portables and find 3 versions, lucky me! What I am thinking now is that, why did this farming stuffs interests me?


Yummy or Not?

Friday, June 18, 2010


If I Win $100..

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

This is my official entry to Levy and Noel's Thanksgiving contest.
This is my first time to join a blog contest and I am not expecting any winning chances but I am trying of course because I want to earn extra money in my blogging career.
And if I will be given a luck, some of that $100 dollars will go to:
paypalmy Paypal account for emergency purposes or for future expenses. It is always good to save for the future.
miriendamerienda for my co-employees. Blessings should be shared of course.
shoppingShopping budget. I need a new pair of shoes, jeans and blouses. I don't know when was my last time buying stuffs for myself.
rabbitlove birdsbuying a new pet for my father. He really wants to have a rabbit on our home or a pair of love birds.
1tbI really really like also to buy a 1TB external hard disk for my laptop. I have a lot of movies and songs and I am seriously don't want to just erase them. I want to compile them and buying DVD's will be much expensive.
abroadAlso I have a younger brother applying for a job abroad and I think we will be needing money for his placement fee so I think
I can help if I will save money for him.
vacationOne more, I am planning a vacation trip to Hong Kong or Singapore, well, $100 can help...pocket money I think.


Bad Temper

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Touched with this story. It is true that every people making mistakes can say sorry a hundred times but it cannot remove the wound that it makes. I just want to share.
There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence.
The first day, the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down. He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence.
Finally the day came when the boy didn't lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone.
The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said, "You have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave a scar just like this one. You can put a knife in a man and draw it out. It won't matter how many times you say I'm sorry the wound is still there. A verbal wound is as bad as a physical one. from: indianchild


3 Days Vacation

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Yahoo!!! I am going to have a 3 days vacation starting tomorrow. June 12, holiday, Philippines' Independence Day, will be our barangay's fiesta day and my mother requested me to go home and help her on preparing foods and other stuffs for that day. I wish a can go back to Manila on Monday to work (I have to convince myself to go to Happy weekend. :)


Netbook is Better than an Ipad?

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Ooopps, react later please...:D

Apple's Ipad released in April 2010, a very popular tablet computer really has a great impact around the world. I saw a lot of news about these gadget and depends on what I've heard I think it is a very good choice if I will buy one. Small in size but full of features.
Quoted from wikipedia: "Similar to older and smaller iPod Touch and iPhone, the iPad runs a modified version of the iOS and is controlled by a multi-touch LCD sensitive to fingertips, instead of a stylus as with earlier tablet computers. It runs iPad-specific applications as well as those written for the iPhone and iPod Touch, including e-book readers. The iPad uses Wi-Fi or a 3G data connection to browse the Internet, load and stream media and install software. A USB cable is required to sync the iPad with iTunes on a personal computer."
It really makes sense for all of us. But yesterday I got interested in these article, saying netbooks are better than iPads. It says if simply put, when compared to a netbook, the iPad can't quite stack up and here's why:
1. The Keyboard
If productivity is what you want, the iPad is not the best choice for one major reason: its keyboard. The virtual keyboard works well in landscape mode, but getting used to it takes time. Worst of all, even the most proficient virtual keyboard typists will have trouble getting all the words they want into a document since Apple's software auto-corrects any words that it believes are mistakenly input. A physical keyboard is simply more useful and practical for prolonged use. That plays into the netbook's favor.
2. Windows
Windows is a better operating system than iPhone OS. It's that simple. Although Apple's software is robust for what it does, it's still a mobile operating system. And that mobile operating system is trying to make a splash in a market where a far more capable operating system, which is running on the vast majority of netbooks, is waiting in the wings for corporate users. Realizing that, netbooks have an upper-hand when compared to the iPad. Apple's tablet might be an attractive purchase to consumers, but in the corporate world, it's being held back by its software.
3. Flash, Anyone?
Although Apple has said time and again that it doesn't want to support Flash because of the potential security issues it brings to the market, Flash is a proven standard on the Web that the vast majority of games and videos use. It's also worth noting that a slew of Web sites use Flash to extend the functionality of pages. Owners of Windows netbooks won't need to worry about that, since Microsoft's operating system supports Flash.
4. Software Is Everything
Apple's App Store is certainly a leader in the smartphone space. With well over 200,000 applications, there are undoubtedly many apps that users will find valuable. But the App Store still pales in comparison to the compatibility of netbooks running Windows. Those that need specific software packages will be able to run them on a Windows-based machine without much trouble. The same can't be said for the iPad. And although more developers are turning to the App Store to deliver products, few iPhone enterprise applications can compare to those available to Windows netbook owners.
5. The iPad Is First-Gen
The iPad is undoubtedly a great device that has set a new standard in the marketplace. But it's worth mentioning that the device is still a first-generation product with first-generation issues. For example, when the iPad originally launched, it suffered from Wi-Fi problems. Some owners are still experiencing those problems more than two months after the tablet's release. Netbooks, on the other hand, have been around longer. And although anything can happen to hardware, they might be more reliable for those that require a mobile PC to be with them at all times.
6. Productivity Means Something
More productive time at work means more time for play. Plus, in the corporate world, productivity is what drives revenue. Realizing that, companies should be looking for the device that can deliver the best opportunity to increase user productivity. That won't necessarily happen with the iPad. As mentioned, the device's keyboard can't compare to a standard physical keyboard. It's also worth noting that iPhone OS is a hobbled alternative to Windows. If productivity is what a user covets, the netbook is still the best option by a wide margin. It's hard for Apple or any tablet fan to dispute that.
7. The Best iPad Hasn't Hit Store Shelves Yet
Apple is awfully good at delivering products that people immediately want. But the company is also good at offering a finite number of features to ensure consumers will want more in the next version of the device. The iPad is no different. Apple's tablet currently features some, but not all, of the bells and whistles that customers are really looking for, like a camera, Webcam capabilities, and more. The best iPad is coming next year. Meanwhile, the best netbooks are already available. Why settle for second place?
8. . No Multitasking
Multitasking still isn't available in Apple's iPad. Apple says that it will be making its way to the tablet later this year, but until that happens, the iPad is a less-capable alternative to netbooks. After all, if a user wants to be able to surf the Web and continue typing up a document at the same time, they won't be able to do it. That's a major issue and a key reason why a netbook might trump the iPad today. When multitasking comes to the iPad, it will be time to reevaluate both products. But until then, Apple's tablet just doesn't compare.
9. Price Plays A Part
Price is always a key consideration when buyers need to consider which mobile computer they want to buy. Perhaps that's why netbooks are still popular. The iPad currently retails for $499 up to $829. Compare that to netbooks, which can be purchased for as little as $199, and it quickly becomes clear that the lightweight notebooks are far more attractive, from a price perspective, than the iPad. Granted, Apple's product delivers touch functionality, but it's being offered at a premium that just doesn't justify its value.
10. The More Options, The Better
Those that are looking for a new, lightweight computer to bring along on travel excursions or business trips will find more to choose from with netbooks. The iPad only comes from Apple, and the only option the customer has is to choose between six different versions of the device. Netbooks come in all shapes and sizes from a variety of vendors. So, if a customer is happy with Dell's computer, they can buy a netbook from that company. If they prefer Asus, they can get one. Apple doesn't allow for such choices. from: channelinsider image from: treehugger

Well, all I can say is I am not yet an Apple user anyway, but I am very interested on their technologies and inventions and hoping that in the years to come, I could be one of the Apple users. Nowadays, I am enjoying my netbook and it is quite usable and portable. I don't really need that expensive gadget if I can do my basic chores in a cheaper one.


Up to $200 up for grab!!! Join Noel and Levy's Thanksgiving Contest

Monday, June 7, 2010

Blog Contests...I always got to read some but I don't have the time and effort on joining. When I read this one, I got interested on joining maybe because I am an avid follower of Levy's blog and I always enjoy reading her posts. In fact, these two person (Levy and Noel) woke my interest in blogging, well mainly because obviously they earn an extra money here in the internet and also I want to share my life and interest to other people. I am proud for both of them for hosting this contest and congratulate them also on having a successfull career on blogging. Hope you two have more and more blessings to come to share with other people. That's the best thing I admire, sharing what you have and living our life to the fullest!

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CONTEST PERIOD: June7-June 30, 2010.
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Proof of Payment from Neobux

Friday, June 4, 2010

Neobux is a trusted PTC site that will pay you just by clicking and viewing advertisement. Yesterday I requested my second payment from neobux and here is my first and second proof of payments.

First payment:

Second payment:


Top Droppers for May 2010

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Even though I am not active in blogging in the past few months, still I am grateful that you guys are visiting my site. I am currently in the process of changing my themes and stuffs for my blog and hopefully I will be back on blogging this month. And for my top droppers, thank you very very much from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for the support.

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Living well23
Da Dude's BBQ Thought17
Confessions of a Wannabe Writer16
Reaching Lifelong Goals9
Hugz Before You Go9
Xoli8's blog8
Sabra Duffiney7
Blogs With Wings7
Brandon Lee6
Personal Blog of Cesarani Gori5


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