Today is a western festival, the Valentine’s Day, I wish all my blog readers a romantic day.
Nowadays, Valentine’s Day is more and more popular in China too, especially for those young people. And lots and lots of shops, supermarkets, merchants promote their products this day. And many Chinese well-known websites placed their Valentine’s special logos, here are some of my favorite.
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Have you ever been addicted to a certain website? You visit this website again and again for times a day, and this habit makes you very hard to concentrat on your work? If so, try KeepMeOut, KeepMeOut is a very simple online severice which is, I think, very helpful for you to break the habit of visiting a certain or any other websites.
KeepMeOut is very easy to use, just input the URL of the website that you’re addicted to, and, bookmark the new KeepMeOut alias in your broswer, when you want to visit that site, you visit the bookmarked URL, KeepMeOut will not allow you to visit that site again if the time not expired as you told it…
Today is our Chinese Lantern Festival, January 15 on the lunar calendar (15 days later after the Spring Festival). It marks the end of the celebrations of the Chinese New Year. We eat dumplings this day on the Lantern Festival which are made from glutinous rice.
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Twuffer got its name as it’s a Twitter™ buffer. It allows you to compose a list of future tweets and schedule their release. It’s useful if you need to schedule pre-written, post-dated tweets.
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I haven’t been to any netcafes because I have my own laptop, I run Fedora Linux and connect to the internet with a Huawei EG162 USB mobile broadband modem. The netspeed is really limited, and I can’t even download large file and see a movie. Today is Saturday, and I don’t need to go to work tomorrow, so I came to an internet cafe nearby to see a movie online.
But when I opened IE7 browser trying to type a website address to download a P2P software, I saw a different Google China (谷歌 g.cn) logo. This is the default homepage of IE7 in this netcafe computers on http://www.google.cn/hp?sp=china&client=aff-cafe-icafemedia , which seems to be Google China cafe edition.
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