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Bohol Directory / Re: CAROLINIANS - BOHOL CHAPTER
« on: October 12, 2007, 11:26:38 AM »
lisud man tngali ikita sa mga carolinians diha sa bohol kay mostly wla man gud diha... mas naa pa tngali chance magkita sa cebu kay sa bohol.

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Technology / Re: Google Can Afford to Buy Yahoo?
« on: October 12, 2007, 11:05:59 AM »
previously ang yahoo search naggamit sa search engine sa google then later on naghimo ang yahoo ug ilang own engine for the yahoo search.

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Buy and Sell / Re: PC monitors
« on: October 10, 2007, 09:20:56 AM »
by the way, asa imong location?

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tsk tsk tsk... another fatal accident sa lintuan :(  tinuod nga slippery jud na nga kalsada kay naopaw naman ang semento, dugangan pa jud sa likoon nga kung masayop ka adto jud ka mapunit sa ubos. naa pa jud mga crossings diha nga if dli ka magbantay as driver, naa mokalit ug gawas nga tawo/bata or sakyanan nga makaingon ug disgrasya.

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Help & Support / Re: Violations in Tubag Bohol
« on: October 05, 2007, 04:53:33 PM »
girls talk lagi ni... gkan sa violation sa TB to girls talk. ;D heheh banana ug patid-patid. kasakit...

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Help & Support / Re: Tubag Bohol is back! With Hurt Feelings
« on: October 04, 2007, 12:05:08 PM »
abe nako maka-edit lang ka if imong postings... abe sad nako akoa nga tuldok, tuldok ra ba akoa gibutang sa akoa avatar.

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headlines in singapore together sa NBN with former comelec chair... maski sa Philippine IT nga group nag-flood sad ang email about ABC's Desperate H nga issue.

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Introduce Yourself / Re: Tubag Bohol welcomes Fheps
« on: October 03, 2007, 10:07:39 AM »
welcome to TB Fheps... ;D 

you can post til you drop! heheh

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good morning to everyone! ;D

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Technology / Re: Online Vidoes May Contain Virus
« on: October 03, 2007, 09:47:08 AM »
pero kinsa ang nakabalo kung sa mga tawo nga ginganlan ug hackers, possible nga usa nila (member sa security summit), or  taga anti-virus software company (for continues business) or one of the governments. hmmmmmmmm

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Axe lang ko para "anti-Malu F."   hehehe  :o

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trabaho gihapon ang dokdok oi... ;D

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kay mi-post ka, nabantayan na nuon so apil ka sa blow out! ;D heheh

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Technology / Re: Warning to All Friendster Users
« on: October 02, 2007, 01:01:49 PM »
ooops! friendster addicts beware... ;D 

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Help & Support / Re: Violations in Tubag Bohol
« on: October 01, 2007, 01:00:00 PM »

mura dili na akoa nga post mike. ;D

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hahaha strippers jud?! 

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Help & Support / Re: Violations in Tubag Bohol
« on: October 01, 2007, 12:47:28 PM »

ok ra man kaha kung pet ang i-post? ;D

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Technology / The Risk and Cost of Hoaxes
« on: September 28, 2007, 01:31:23 PM »
SOURCE: http://hoaxbusters.ciac.org

The cost and risk associated with hoaxes may not seem to be that high, and isn't when you consider the cost of handling one hoax on one machine. However, if you consider everyone that receives a hoax, that small cost gets multiplied into some pretty significant costs. For example, if everyone on the Internet were to receive one hoax message and spend one minute reading and discarding it, the cost would be something like:

50,000,000 people * 1/60 hour * $50/hour = $41.7 million

Most people have seen far more than one hoax message and many people cost a business far more than $50 per hour when you add in benefits and overhead. The result is not a small number.

Probably the biggest risk for hoax messages is their ability to multiply. Most people send on the hoax messages to everyone in their address books but consider if they only sent them on to 10 people. The first person (the first generation) sends it to 10, each member of that group of 10 (the second generation) sends it to 10 others or 100 messages and so on.

Generation:Number of Messages    
1:10    2:100    3:1,000    4:10,000    5:100,000    6:1,000,000

As you can see, by the sixth generation there are a million e-mail messages being processed by our mail servers. The capacity to handle these messages must be paid for by the users or, if it is not paid for, the mail servers slow down to a crawl or crash. Note that this example only forwards the message to 10 people at each generation while people who forward real hoax messages often send them to many times that number.

Recently, we have been hearing of spammers (bulk mailers of unsolicited mail) harvesting e-mail addresses from hoaxes and chain letters. After a few generations, many of these letters contain hundreds of good addresses, which is just what the spammers want. We have also heard rumors that spammers are deliberately starting hoaxes and chain letters to gather e-mail addresses (of course, that could be a hoax).  So now, all those nice people who were so worried about the poor little girl dying of cancer find themselves not only laughed at for passing on a hoax but also the recipients of tons of spam mail.

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Technology / Re: E-mail is better than phone, according to a study
« on: September 27, 2007, 10:57:51 AM »
hahah faet!

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Pulong Bisaya / Re: Ukay-Ukay
« on: September 26, 2007, 11:07:47 PM »
similar man tngali na sa "bagdoy2x" ;D "ladoy2x" or "laroy2x"

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