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30 Mar 2009

World's First Human-powered Search Engine

World's first human-powered search engine is in May 2007 launched in alpha test. Jason Calacanis is the founder of the world's first human-powered search engine. He's also the founder of Mahalo Answers that everyone is enjoying their Q & A including me!

How Mahalo Greenhouse works?

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First Article Directory to Offer SEO Video Article Marketing

Are you looking for articles with video for your blog? This might interests you! "The first article directory to offer SEO Video article marketing."

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World's First Ready-to-eat High Protein Pudding

Who made this so-called pudding?

"Instone pudding is the world's first ready-to-eat high protein pudding. Designed as a healthy snack alternative - truly delicious, satisfying and guilt free. Each serving is lactose free, contains 20 grams of high quality protein with only 2 grams or less of carbohydrates, and 2 grams of fat."

Supplement Facts

One can supplies the following ingredients:
Calories - 100
Calories from fat - 20
Total fat - 2g
Saturated fat - 0g
Trans fat - 0g
Cholesterol - <5mg class="zem_slink" href="" title="Calcium" rel="wikipedia">Calcium: 20% Iron - 6% Ingredients: Water, calcium caseinate (a milk derivative), soy protein isolate, soybean oil, sodium chloride, dipotassium phosphate, artificial flavor, carrageenan, dextrose, tricalcium phosphate, sucralose and acesulfame potassium. Directions
Eat and Enjoy!

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The World's Best Chocolate Pudding

From: Julie Kerr

From Vegan Vittles and it's incredibly easy to make.
You might consider cutting the sugar in half or mixing it with some unsweetened berries.

* 1 10.5-ounce package lite silken tofu (firm), crumbled
* 2/3 cup unbleached cane sugar
* 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
* 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
* pinch of salt

Place all the ingredients in a food processor fitted with a metal blade, and process until smooth, creamy, and thick.
Transfer to a storage container and chill the pudding in the refrigerator until serving time.

Yield: 1 1/2 cups


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17 Mar 2009

Australia's First Electric Car Production

Who wants to have 'carbon dioxide free' electric car of your own?

Are you electrical or mechanical minded person? This would definitely fascinates you even if you're not an engineer but just want to drive your own electric car free from CO2, etc.

How does BEV or Blade Electric Vehicle work?

According to Blade Electric Vehicle (BEV) company, "they convert Hyundai Getz into an EV. In 2008 BEV became a member of the Australian Technology Showcase and a recipient of various grants from the Victorian and Federal governments to further develop its design and technology. As a result of sound research and engineering BEV is now an exporter of electric cars and electric car technology to overseas markets."

Going Green Expo videos posted from YouTube:

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14 Mar 2009

First Most Natural Hair-colouring Gel Free From Harsh Chemicals and Ammonia


is the first organically based permanent hair colour gel with added benefit of having the capability of covering grey/white hair without the use of ammonia. With 30 shades in the range there are colours which are totally intermixable, allowing for the achievement of any colour result desired.
Why Herbatint?

It is the first most natural hair-colouring gel to be free of harsh chemicals and ammonia. It incorporates protiens, botanicals and natural vegetal extracts such as Cinchona, Rhubarb and Walnut, nutrients that give hair its deep, natural shine and vibrant, healthy colour.

It provides nourishment, protection and conditioning to both the hair and scalp. It offers a safe, gentle and effective way for covering normal grey hair with just 1 application. Fort long hair use complete contents of package. For medium to short hair contents should allow for two applications. It lightens by one or two tones without hurting the hair structure.

It is available in 30 rich shades and is easy to use. It is formulated by Herbavita, the leading European hair colour specialists (sold in 25 countries), with over 30 years of experience in developing natural hair care products for beautiful hair.

How to use Herbatint?

As with any hair colour system, the success of these products depends very much upon following the instructions given on the product packs, the condition of your hair and the colour you choose. Although Herbatint/Vegetal are gentle products, they may stain your fingernails so the use of gloves is advised. Dry, permed, treated and grey hair tends to be more porous than normal hair and will therefore take upp colours more readily. The effect will be a more intense colour and this should be borne in mind when selecting which colour you require. Always test products on a small piece of your own hair, before undertaking the complete treatment. It is particularly important to leave the products on for the times given. Colours may appear much more intense or even totally different whilst processing takes place. They will not therefore correspond to the colours in the colour chart until the full processing time has elasped. We strongly recommend the use of the Herbavita Normalising Shampoo and the Royal Cream each time the hair is coloured, to prolong the life of the colour and ensure perfect condition every time. This is particularly important after using Herbatint.

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10 Mar 2009

First Time on Twitter?

I understand exactly how you may feel if you're first time on twitter. I signed up on twitter with all my curiosity. Here are some widgets apps for Twitter you might like to use:

Do you have great Twitter apps you can recommend? There are lots of apps and it takes time to use all of them at once.

Twitter Widgets at



Badges and Widgets
  • Twitter Name Tag - create and print a unique twitter nametag for your next meeting or social gathering.
  • Sprout - Create a rich multimedia widget that pulls in your Twitter feed and photos.
  • TwitterSALT- Twitter to Image: Monitoring & Conversion Service. Paste one line of HTML into any web document and your twitters will show up in that document from one to three minutes after you twitter. Works on MySpace, Facebook, Craigslist, BBS Forums, email, and, of course, your own blog or webpage.
  • TweetRoll - Add a badge to your website or blog to show avatars from other tweeter you're following and how many followers/friends you have. Now with personalisation options to let you specify colours, size and tagline. Also available as a Wordpress widge
  • SayTweet Twitter Badge - Create a Twitter badge using your own picture! Upload a picture, tag users in that picture, and have their tweets appear in speech bubbles. Embed the badge in your blog, website, or MySpace!
  • Kent Brewster's Twitterati Badge - Interactive Twitter badge; single-line JavaScript include, highly customizable, lets you start with your followers (or mine, or anybody's) and surf around from follower set to follower set.
  • Netvibes Twitter Widget - Official Netvibes Twitter Widget
  • Twitter King Widget - UWA for Netvibes and Google by Porno Schorsch
  • Twitter Web Badges - The official Twitter web badges (available in Flash or Javascript flavors) for showing your recent tweets or friends list on your web site.
  • Chris' Twitter Badge -- a simple javascript badge that matches's color scheme. Code included.
  • Jon Aquino's Twitter Badge - a modification of the official Javascript web badge that shows multiple recent tweets and fixes a date parsing issue in IE. Source code included.
  • Morgan Aldridge's Twitter Badge - another modification of the official Javascript web badge that shows one or more recent tweets, the twitterer's icon, links to tweet permalinks, and has more CSS hooks for better styling. Source code included.
  • Twitter Widgets - Display your latest Tweets (Twitter updates) on your blog, website, myspace profile or anywhere else in a cool flash widget. Themes include flowers, smileys, hearts, etc.
  • Twitter WordPress Sidebar Widget a WordPress Widget plugin for your blog as an alternative to the badges provided by Twitter.
  • Twitter Planet -- a Twittervision-like Windows Live gadget.
  • Twitter Flash Clock - flash clock which can be embed on twitter pages.
  • WithFriendsHtmlTwitterBadge - an HTML Twitter Badge that shows the "With Friends" feed.
  • Tweets -- iGoogle gadget (can be used also for OpenSocial containers).Navigation through the social graph of Twitter users, showing their tweets and persons they are following. See also for web version (430px wide).
  • TwitterCard -- Create a 125x125 Twitter business card widget to put on your blog and display bio and recent status.
  • TwitterMySite -- Create custom "follow me" buttons for your blog with any text included in the image!
  • Sigpad -- put your Twitter status in your email signature.
  • TweetThis -- Add "TweetThis" button to your blog and increase the visibility of your blog post. Let your blog readers to tweet about your post with a simple mouse click.
  • TwitIMG -- Provides you with an automatically updating image for use on forums and blogs. Just tweet, your image is updated with your latest tweet.
Enjoy tweeting! Follow me and I will follow you back!
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4 Mar 2009

How "Boggle" and "Word Factory" Came About

Word game players are all aware that "Boggle" 4x4 grid lettered dice is the origin of the "Word Factory" 5x5 grid version. Unfortunately, there is no clear record of the patented made in the Philippines as I update this article somehow someone deleted the information through Wikipedia via Boggle history. Instead, Wikidpedia re-written it "no version of Boggle offering a 5×5 grid was marketed outside Europe for an extended period until recently[when?]". Kabayan speak up!

Wikipedia records "Boggle is a word game designed by Alan Turoff in 1972 and trademarked by Parker Brothers and Hasbro. The game is played using a 4x4 grid of lettered dice, in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters."

In the Philippines, a similar game which was first distributed in 1978 and is still in circulation up to the present is the game "Word Factory." The game was first patented in the Philippines, and is currently being manufactured and distributed to selected retailers by the Philippines-based game manufacturer, 13 P.M. Enterprises. Word Factory was a variation on the version of Boggle as it existed in 1978, using a 5x5 grid instead of a 4x4 one, and using plastic dice instead of wooden ones. At present, the game is being marketed to other countries, targeting mostly migrant Filipino families.

In a nutshell, 1978 when "Word Factory" game was first distributed in the Philippines not long after the "Boggle" game relaunched and redesigned their marketing sell in 1976 since its birth in 1972. However, the "Word Factory" as one of the Boggle game variants has no record yet on Wikipedia as we speak.

Which game word do you like to play guys offline?

I first came to know about and play the "Word Factory" when I was in high school 1990's until it really worn out with my family and friends. It was a gift by our parents when we were bored playing scrabble when no internet and no loads of toys unlike kids in the Western world. We played it until worn out by putting tape over it/rewrite the letter on the dices when we get to college. Mind you the three-minute timer still working, enough timer for cooking eggs! It did last long and it's worth a brain exercise!

Word Factory is better for me because it has 5x5 grid dices and it is still flexible to play with 3-4 letter word for kids and adult. At long last, I bought my own new one "Word Factory" from the Philippines for about P349.75 worth (AU$10.00 depending on the rate conversion). Word Factory can have 2-6 players ages 7 to 77 or even older as far as the brain can work. Why not 90 year old?

Can you form any word below starting 4 letter word?
1. hello
2. pies
3. tries
4. cries
you may continue by putting on the comments below for a try.

2. 13 P.M. Enterprises, Quezon City Philippines
3. A Beginners Guide to Boggle (Volume 1) By Rutha Turnquist
4. Me, myself, the Gen X consumer

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