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Health and Food / Kaitys Bob burger
« on: November 16, 2014, 02:34:27 AM »
Katilaw na mo sa Kaity's bob burger sa Tagbilaran. Lahi ug mas lami gyud compara sa uban nga burger,it's the talk of the town now.Dali mangaon na ta..

Health and Food / Too young to smoke
« on: February 06, 2014, 06:50:54 PM »
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Robotics & Wireless Tech / Bendy mobile phones
« on: February 02, 2014, 09:31:10 PM »
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The latest mobile phones on the market.A cellphone that you can bend like plastics.

Photos Unlimited / Kylemore Abbey of Connemara
« on: February 01, 2014, 06:08:56 PM »
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Kylemore Castle was built as a private home for the family of Mitchell Henry, a wealthy doctor from London, whose family was in textile manufacturing from Manchester, England. He moved to Ireland, when he and his wife, Margaret, purchased the land around the Abbey and became a politician, and was also an MP for County Galway from 1871 to 1885. The castle was designed by James Franklin Fuller, initially together with Ussher Roberts. Construction first began in 1867, and took one hundred men four years to complete. The castle covered approximately 40,000 square feet (3,700 m2) with over 70 rooms and the principal wall was two to three feet thick. The facade measured 142 feet (43 m) in length and is made of granite brought from Dalkey by sea to Letterfrack and limestone from Ballinasloe. There were 33 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 4 sitting rooms, ballroom, billiard room, library, study, school room, smoking room, gun room and various offices and domestic staff residences for the butler, cook, housekeeper and other servants. Several other building including a Gothic cathedral and family mausoleum containing the bodies of Margaret Henry, Mitchell Henry and a great grand nephew.

The Abbey remained in Henry's estate after he returned to England, and the castle was sold to the Duke and Duchess of Manchester in 1909, they resided there several years, before being forced to sell the house and grounds due to gambling debts. In 1920 the Irish Benedictine Nuns purchased the Abbey castle and lands after they were forced to flee Ypres, Belgium during World War I. Previously the nuns, who had been based in Ypres for several hundred years, had been bombed out of their Abbey during World War I. The nuns continued to offer education to Catholic girls, and opened an international boarding school and established a day school for local girls. They were forced to close the school in June 2010.
Walled Victorian Gardens, Kylemore Abbey

The Estate includes large walled Victorian Gardens, which have been open since the 70s, to public tours and 'nature' walks. The Benedictine community have restored the Abbey's gardens and Cathedral with donations and local artisans, in order to be a

Music and Video / Romantic Sax
« on: February 01, 2013, 03:39:20 AM »

Robotics & Wireless Tech / New Nokia Lumia 920
« on: January 23, 2013, 05:30:59 PM »
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Cars and Automotive / Qatar Exotic Cars
« on: January 09, 2013, 04:10:21 PM »
Sa mga hilig ug Wheels this is for you..

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Cars and Automotive / Qatar Exotic Cars
« on: October 20, 2012, 05:42:42 PM »
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Cars and Automotive / Aerodynamic design nga trycicle
« on: September 26, 2012, 04:28:33 PM »
Mao unta ni nindot nga tricycle design nga awaton dinhi sa Tagbilaran..

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Photos Unlimited / Iring nga shrub Sculpture
« on: September 06, 2012, 09:49:25 PM »
Mao ni ang dakong iring nga akong nakita didto sa Belfast Castle.A shrub sculptured in to a feline surrounded by lovely flowers...

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Market & Economic Trends / wanted bookeeper...
« on: August 19, 2012, 03:55:38 PM »
I'm looking for a part time bookeeper,anybody who is interested they can send me a message..

General Topic / Engkanto or Diyosa ??
« on: August 12, 2012, 01:45:34 AM »
Engkanto or Diyosa??anong say mo..

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Photos Unlimited / My ScrAPBOOK ( aLL pICTURES TAKEN by myself)
« on: July 03, 2012, 03:04:13 AM »
The River Liffey of Dublin City..

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Travel and Tours / My Trip Going to Titanic Center
« on: July 01, 2012, 05:05:39 PM »
Mao ni ang coaches nga among gisakyan paingo0n Belfast..

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Bohol Tourism | Bohol Travel & Tour / Tagbilaran Bay
« on: June 01, 2012, 01:18:47 AM »
View from the Dauis church..

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Lifestyle, Culture and Arts / Student by day,sex workers by night
« on: May 30, 2012, 12:47:44 AM »
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Photos Unlimited / Ang Acacia sa Dauis Church
« on: May 27, 2012, 06:11:17 PM »
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Robotics & Wireless Tech / Browser wars flare in mobile space.
« on: May 27, 2012, 05:23:48 PM »
By: Rob Lever
Agence France-Presse
9:48 am | Sunday, May 27th, 2012
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WASHINGTON – The browser wars are heating up again, but this time the fight is for dominance of the mobile Internet.


Google, Apple, Microsoft and Yahoo! are all in the struggle, along with the Norwegian-made Opera browser and the open source Firefox software from Mozilla.

The motive behind the wars is not just bragging rights. The company that controls the mobile Web can direct users to its websites, and importantly, gather data that can be used in targeted advertising.

“The browsers need to be present on the mobile device for survival,” said Greg Sterling, an analyst with Opus Research.

“Everyone is trying to manage their strategy in this multiscreen and multiplatform world.”

Research firm StatCounter found that global access from mobile devices, not including tablets, doubled in the year to January to 8.5 percent of all Internet usage.

Google stepped up its effort earlier this year by releasing a full version of its Chrome browser for mobile devices, which will over time replace the unnamed browser on devices powered by Google’s open Android platform.

The Google-Android browser by April had grabbed 21.5 percent of the mobile Web, overtaking Opera, the early leader that had 21.3 percent, according to StatCounter.

“Chrome is definitely the up-and-comer because of Android, and it has a lot of momentum on the PC,” Sterling said.

Running third was Apple’s Safari, the default browser on iPhones, with 20 percent. Nokia, BlackBerry and a few others hold small shares.

When tablets are included, Apple is the dominant player with 63 percent, according to data from Net Applications’ NetMarketShare survey, but Android is gaining with nearly 19 percent.

The push by Google meshes with its strategy of gathering information about users across platforms, so that someone searching on a mobile device might get an ad on a PC, or vice-versa.

And Google just completed its $12.5 billion deal to buy mobile phone maker Motorola Mobility, freeing the California company to build its own handsets that play into the strengths of its


“Everybody wants to have that first point of contact with the user to control the experience from that point, capture certain data and direct them to services,” said Al Hilwa of the research firm IDC.

“It’s all about control, about who is further up on the stream of data.”

Meanwhile Microsoft, in its effort to get a share of the mobile space, is pushing its own Internet Explorer browser for devices running Windows, but critics say the software giant is limiting compatibility.

Mozilla’s Harvey Anderson complained in a blog post that Microsoft is limiting the “advanced” capabilities for outside software, effectively shutting out browsers like Firefox.

Anderson said Microsoft in its new Windows 8 devices was signalling “an unwelcome return to the digital dark ages where users and developers didn’t have browser choices.”

Yahoo! became the latest to boost its effort in the mobile space, introducing its Axis browser designed for mobile devices.

“It is meant to replace Safari,” Yahoo! product management director Ethan Batraski said of Axis. “You will never have to use Safari ever again.”

Ben Schachter, an analyst at Macquarie Capital who follows Google, said the Internet search giant will also introduce a version of Chrome for the Apple operating system.

Schachter said in a note to clients that Google benefits from Chrome by reducing the payments from “traffic acquisition costs” and that a Chrome browser for iPhones and iPads could

“meaningfully” reduce what Google pays Apple.

But Apple can tweak its strategy without competing head-on against Google, Sterling said. He said Apple’s Siri voice assistant and its new maps software offer a type of search. And as tensions rise with Google, it could change the Safari search engine to Microsoft’s Bing, or another.

Analysts say it remains unclear to what degree device makers will try to block out competing browsers, and if this will trigger a government response. In the 1990s, Microsoft’s efforts to lock out competing browsers prompted actions on both sides of the Atlantic.

The battle for control of the mobile Web raises questions about Facebook, which is groping for a mobile strategy after a troubling response to its massive share offering.

One report said Facebook was eyeing Opera, which could solve some of the perceived problems for the social network giant by offering a platform to get better data on mobile usage for targeted advertising.

“It wouldn’t surprise me” if Facebook were to acquire or tie up with Opera or develop its own browser, Hilwa said.

Another player to watch, said Hilwa, is Amazon, which has developed its own browser for the Kindle Internet device — a move that can also steer users various services, earning cash along the way.

Hilwa said Amazon, like the others, is pursuing a strategy that includes hardware and software, but can also sell goods and services.

“They have content, they sell stuff, they have Web services,” he said. “They have a lot of assets and have been successful. I would watch them.”

Health and Food / Clear signs of aging
« on: May 27, 2012, 04:54:36 PM »
The clear signs of aging
By: Efren Ll. Cruz
Philippine Daily Inquirer
12:41 am | Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012
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Question: What is the ideal age in which I should start focusing on retirement planning? I have heard people say that five years is good enough. I am quite young and still have my whole life ahead of me.—Fast-rising young executive.

Answer: Some say you should start preparing for retirement when you start to age.  What are the signs that you are aging? Here are some common symptoms:

The topic at your lunch table turns from magical vacations to medical prescriptions.

You find yourself searching for music compilations from yesteryears.

You start holding your cell phone farther from you just to read text messages.

You get very “high scores” in your lab results (i.e. high blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides).

Your moisturizer now includes anti-aging ingredients.

You begin your admonitions with, “In my time…”

You still watch the shows you grew up with like Hawaii “Five-0” and the Simpsons.

Lifestyle, Culture and Arts / Paintball club in Tagbilaran?
« on: May 19, 2012, 10:48:09 AM »
May mga paintball club ba sa Tagbilaran?ako gi tan-aw said web wala man.

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