Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Ever dreamed of being famous?

There is a free web portal that can make you feel and look like a star. MyMagazinePicture.com gives you a way to make yourself or your friends popular. You can create fake personalized magazine covers with just a few clicks. You can turn yourself into a famous celebrity by uploading your picture and selecting the cover of a popular magazine.

Simply upload your digital photo andyou are ready to make your own custom magazine cover with your photograph on MyMagazinePicture.com. The world then needs to see your creation. You can automatically post your magazine on social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and MySpace. Fake magazine covers are an entertaining way to capture the moment and dazzle friends and family. There are countless magazine covers to meet everyone's interests. If we don't have a cover, recommend your favorite!

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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Call Accounting Software for Small Business

Call Accounting Mate is a browser-based telephone tracking software package for small to medium business. The software boasts an integred SQL-database engine, self contained web server and automatic job scheduler. Software starts at $375.00

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

txt2day introduces Text Messaging Filter

txt2day is recognized as one of the world's most popular free text messaging services. We value our visitors and their concerns. We have endevoured to filter abusive and bad language from text messages. Although we may not catch everything, we are attempting to eliminate (replace with !@#$%^&*()_+) words that appear to be offensive. We are trying our best to protect the called party from the few that wish to spoil it for everyone else.

Net Speak with NetLingo

With more than 82 million people texting regularly, it's no wonder you've seen this cryptic looking code!

Commonly used wherever people get online -- whether by text message, IM, SMS, email, cell phone, iPhone, Blackberry, PDA, handy or pager -- and as seen on blogs, chat rooms, Web sites, games, and newsgroup postings -- these abbreviations are used by people to correspond with each other. Acronyms are an integral part of computer culture. The use of acronyms grew rapidly on the Internet and created a new lingo, known as shorthand, online jargon and leetspeak.