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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Top Card Dropper This Month

From April 1st to April 29 Entrecard users who dropped their card on My site the most in the last 30 days.Thanks for Those who drop me.

Top card droppers
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Traders' Hub
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Digital Artisan 11
Spectrum 10
Wine at Five?8

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Friday, April 17, 2009

Nokia N96 Quartz

Nokia N96 Quartz
Meet the amazing Nokia N96, the most advanced Nseries phone yet made. Packing a mighty 5 megapixel camera, built-in GPS, and a whopping-great 16Gb of built-in memory, the N96is easily one of the most powerful phones ever unleashed on the world!


Any way you look at itThere are no two ways about it, the Nokia N96 is easily the most advanced Nseries phone ever made. Carrying over the vast wealth of features from its predecessors, and adding on them, the phone packs more features into its sexy, shiny body than you'd believe possible! It's a case of 'whatever you want' with this beauty, as it's crammed full of more cool stuff than you can shake a stick at. However, there's one question everyone asks when they see a new phone: has it got a good camera? Well, basically, it's astounding, weighing in at 5 massive megapixels, with autofocus and flash, so that the Nokia N96 is a real, viable replacement for a digital camera.

On top of that, the Nokia N96 has built-in GPS. We're seeing a lot more phones start to come with this brilliant feature, and Nokia are leading the way once again (no pun intended)! Combine the GPS with Nokia Maps, and you have a fantastic sat-nav system, all inside your mobile phone!

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Nepal Bhasa origin

The word "Nepal" is believed by scholars to be derived from the word "Nepa:" which refers to the Newar Kingdom, the present day Kathmandu Valley. With Sanskritization, the Newar word Nepa became Nepal.The Newars of present day Nepal, refer to all the inhabitants of Kathmandu valley and its peripheries (called "Nepa:") before the advent of Shah dynasty. The Nepal Sambat calendar, named after this Newar kingdom and devised 1100 years ago, is a national calendar used in Nepal and testifies to its antiquity.

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Monday, April 6, 2009


Kasthamandap is three storied temple which is situated in the Kathmandu, which is the capital of Nepal. This temple is one of the oldest wooden buildings in the world. This temple is built in pagoda style design. It was built in the early sixteenth century by King Laxmi Narsingha Malla. The whole temple is built from just wood of a single tree, and covered with the shrine. The name of capital city is named after this temple. Once a year a huge ceremony is performed in the temple. On that day people gather around the temple, and they stay up all night. The people share the legendaries stories about the temple, and enjoy themselves with different varieties of foods. This temple is one of the major tourist attractions too. Everyone is allowed to visit inside the temple, but people are not allowed to take photographs inside the temple. The temple is open after mid day until midnight. The unique feature of Kasthamandap has made it the most noted pagoda of Nepal.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Adsense Is Using Twitter

Many members of the AdSense team enjoy using Twitter -- and that many publishers have made it a part of their daily workflow as well. If you're a Twitter user and have something to say about AdSense, chances are you'll "tweet" about it. Twitter has given us daily snapshots of what we're doing right, and what we could be doing better. If there's an issue affecting many publishers, Twitter is one of the very first places we hear about it. (Not familiar with Twitter? Check out Twitter's Getting Started Guide.)

Zendesk launch @adsense to communicate with AdSense publishers who use Twitter. Our tweets will be a mix of fresh product news, optimization tips, interesting links, upcoming events, and possibly even pictures of our dogs. Our entire AdSense team contributes, so if you have any suggestions for what you want to see->


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