I don’t like Facebook.. I never have and I never will
I just don’t understand the need to share all your personal life with everyone, with perfect strangers really.
In this day and age as it were you sort of have to be on Facebook as it’s the ‘in’ thing to do.
So yes I’m on Facebook, but I’m really not, at least not like other people are.
I’m a private person, I don’t feel the need to let the world know what I had for lunch or breakfast or what I did with who last night. I don’t think it’s anyone’s business but my own.
Besides I think if I did start sharing more everyone would get depressed at my life, and we don’t want that… me being depressed is more than enough I think…
Yeah whatever… who cares what I have to say anyway right?!
I don’t get it, never will…
Yes I finally got around to creating the Facebook page for my other site Review the Tech
So here find or follow us here on Facebook, Twitter and RSS
Main site page: http://reviewthetech.com/
I have to get some more stuff posted here, I have lots of ideas for articles and such but I just don’t feel like it.. So anyway, here’s the latest tech news from around the world..
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When did it become so popular? I was watching the latest episode of NCIS, yes I watch NCIS and I like it, and with the picture of their suspect was a background picture of some online bingo thing. Doing a quick search I instantly came up with OnlineBingo.com as a popular one. That link there isn’t the one that was on NCIS of course, just an example that I found, the one on the show was just some generic graphic but the point is that if it’s on a prime time TV show it must be popular right? I believe it was the episode before this last one that NCIS had a reference to Skyrim in it, that was cool though as I like Skyrim. I think about things like this for some reason and I have to wonder why they picked bingo for the guy? Out of all the things they could have picked why that? You’re watching the show and it’s like bam
just pops up on the screen big as day, sort of like that up there. Hard to miss isn’t it? It was like that on the show, just a huge point to be made for some reason.. What’s the point? They couldn’t have picked something else? Why did they pick that? Yeah I think about weird things like that.
Apparently the guy on NCIS had a gambling problem and it was to online bingo of all things? I never gave much thought to it but how do you end up owning money to bingo? I could see poker or something sure, but not bingo, it’s more of a fun thing isn’t it? According to Wikipedia though playing bingo online is huge apparently, I didn’t know that. Then again it is Wikipedia so who knows how accurate they are?! I never would have thought bingo was as big as it is, and it’s all over the world thanks to the internet. Bingo is something I picture old ladies playing and not ‘regular’ folks, but I guess the internet has changed the way we do things these days and everyone has access to everything. (BingoVega.com does have great promotions though!)
I know online games are popular these days, especially ones like on Facebook, those I just can’t fathom nor do I play. Seriously I see people all day long playing those games on Facebook in the status updates on my phone. I thought people were supposed to be working and not playing games?! How do people get away with playing games all day long while they’re supposed to be working? How easy would it be to just look at your employees Facebook page and see what they’re actually doing on company time? I know some companies have a strict policy about social stuff while working, sadly from what I’ve seen not many of them do apparently. I honestly don’t care about your gaming really, I don’t want to see all of those status update when I check Facebook, it’s supposed to be social about people not about what game you’re playing. At least that’s what I thought it was supposed to be, but playing games has become an integral part of Facebook sadly.
I need to manage my time more efficiently I guess as I don’t even have time to play my console or PC games so I can’t figure out how people have the time to play online bingo or Facebook games. I don’t get it, where do you people find the time to do this stuff? It must be nice to be able to get paid to play games?!
How about a free Android tablet??
Idolian.com is pleased to announce IdolPad give away contest for Facebook fans. Idolian is a tablet PC manufacturer and distributor with its offices in Newport Beach, CA, Arkansas and South Korea. Idolian’s vision is to produce reliable Tablet PC, priced between $100-$299 that any individual or small business can afford.
Idolian.com is giving away a free IdolPad as part of their marketing efforts to launch their newest 7 inch Tablet PC. Idolian.com has hopped on social media bandwagon with Facebook as its starting point. Along with its best seller IdolPad priced at $99.99, Idolian offers many new tablet PCs on its website.
The first contest has launched February 5th, 2011 and is simple and easy to get in on. Facebook users are simply asked to become a Fan of their Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/idoliantab by pressing “LIKE”. One of the 500 fans who “LIKE” Idolian’s Facebook page will automatically be entered to win the new IdolPad. The contest is only open to fans 18 years or older. Idolian.com is planning on giving away up to 10 more Idolpad for every 100 additional fans after 500 fans contest is done. Facebook fans will get exclusive offers and updates for sales events, product upgrades and new product launch and more.
“We’re just happy to get our name out there. A lot of what you buy on the internet is heavily dependent on our customer’s reviews. Everyone I’ve met who has had a chance to use an IPad or Galaxy tab has always wanted their own tablet, we’re trying to making it affordable to own.” said Arthur Lopez, Director of Operations for Idolian.com. “We’re all excited about this Facebook contest, I hope it would be the first of many. “
IdolPad is one of the best selling 7" Touch Screen Tablet PCs in the market. With the price tag of less than $100, IdolPad comes with 7" Multi-Touch Resistive Screen, Fast 1Ghz Cortex 9, 512 MB and 4GB Flash Drive. IdolPad is the best tablet PC that customers can buy to get true Tablet PC experiences at less than quarter of the price of the Apple IPad. Many consumers are impressed with its superior quality and its low price. IdolPad is best selling Tablet PC for Idoilan.com.
IdolPad will be available to upgrade to the newest Android 4.0 version by the end of May 2012 using the Firmware updates that will be provided on idolian.com. This upgrade can be performed on all IdolPad that was purchased.
IdolPad is currently available to purchase from idolian.com and all the major online retailers such as Amazon and Sears.com. Thanks to its established retail distributions, Idolian tablet PCs will be widely available at cellular locations throughout the USA and South Korea in the near future.
All of Idolian’s Tablet PCs come with a 1 year limited warranty that is serviced in the USA and offers extended warranties and protection plans for sale only on idolian.com.
Idolian.com is division of Idolian Mobile, Inc, Tablet PC manufacturer and FCC 214 licensed international telecommunication company that terminates calls throughout the world. Idolian Mobile Inc. is headquartered in Newport Beach, California and has two branch offices in Arkansas and Seoul Korea.
Like its slogan “Tablets for Everyone,” Idolian.com’s mission is to become a major brand for Android Tablet market that everyone can afford.
Here’s a contest for you to win some stuff!
Happy New Year everyone! To celebrate the holidays and welcome Thecus’s new mascot, NAStty the NAS, into the world, Thecus is throwing a Facebook competition giving away NAStty flash drives and Thecus gear. Just fill in your own (funny!) caption for the pic to be entered to win one of four prizes!
1. “LIKE” Thecus’s Facebook page by pressing “Like” button below or going directly to Thecus’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Thecus
2. Submit your own caption to the picture below and SHARE with friends!!!
3. Enter competition to win all theses awesome prizes based on:
Terms and conditions:
1. This event starts on December 22, 2011 and ends on January 31, 2012, 00:00 (GMT +8);
2. All users around the world can participate;
3. Winners in the “best comment” category are determined by Thecus team;
4. Winners will be announced within 3 days after event ends;
5. Winners will be contacted by Thecus within 3 days after event ends and will need to provide their correct shipping information within the following 3 days.
Visit the competition’s page to enter and win!
For more information on Thecus, go to:
So I had some bad luck the end of last month with an SATA hard drive enclosure I got for review, it fried two of my SATA hard drives… They were extras that I use for backup and for testing things like the HDD enclosure but still that’s 160gigs of space that I lost now.. so yesterday I decided to switch my main system back to my Antec P182 case , the case I was using was just a bit too loud for my tastes and it’s open on the side so a bit of dust was collecting, and in the process I busted the data connection off of one of my 200gig SATA drives, I just got it last month.. So int he last month and a half I’ve basically lost 360gigs of data and storage, thankfully I do backups now all the time, every since my Maxtor hard drive caught fire last year.. I learned my lesson about doing regular backups… I actually backup my backup now!
and I’ve created a Facebook page for DragonSteelMods as well, just did it the other day, but if you are on Facebook, stop by HERE and become a fan!
I have my personal Facebook page HERE, but I haven’t really done much with it… I only joined because I found someone with my last name, which is odd… I thought I and my immediate family were the only ones with that last name… and he thought the same thing as well…
and here’s deal, one of DragonSteelMods sponsors is having a great sale:
Ultra Slim T-Flash (Micro SD) Card Reader for 1 Penny!
original price US$11.99/pc
sales price US$0.01/pc-Can’t beat that deal… but I believe there is a $3 shipping charge, still though it’s a very good deal..