Category Archives: Infotainment

Blogging is Popular All Over the World

Blogging is Popular All Over the WorldKnowing “how” to think is much more important than knowing “what” to think. Those among us that understand how to gather knowledge, then how to use and apply what their small inner voice suggests are truly wise. The realization that our “inner voice” is our higher self (inject your own term, i.e., God, Angel, Spiritual Guide, etc.) asking to manifest itself can be a life changing event!

Okay, so what is a blog anyway? A blog is basically an online journal in which you can digitally pen down your thoughts, ideas, and opinions and practically anything that you want people to read. For more details go to: http://www.bloggers-guide-to-profit.com Blogs come in different styles, formats, and settings, depending on the preference of the user. Many blogging sites, offer built in features such as hyperlink, straight texts, pictures etc. Instead of writing texts, some bloggers choose to make their blogs more audio friendly, by using spoken word entries. This is called audio blogging. Continue reading

Paid Survey Scams

Paid Survey Scams

Paid Survey Scams

I’ve dealt with too many of these so called survey directories and have just recently started taking some of their emails and just sending them directly to the spam section of my email. So, you want to know more? Well, I can tell you plenty more.

The thing with some of these companies is that you get points for each thing you choose to do. They may make you join a website. Others make you buy something then get reimbursed for it. Some make you take part in trial offers of products or services that are a joke themselves. The ones that are easy to do and tend to pay you well are of course the lower paying surveys. The higher end ones mean that you normally have to join a site and pay a membership fee. Some of you out there might have that sort of cash for those sites, but I don’t.
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House of Wonders 2 Game Review

House of Wonders 2 Game Review

House of Wonders 2 Game Review

One thing you’ll come to expect about House of Wonders – Babies Come Home is its being true to the eccentricity that the House of Wonders is known for. Larry, the extremely weird man who owns the house is now back for more hidden object fun, but this time, you’ll be helping Larry himself as he tries to get ready for his babies to get delivered with all their needs already accounted for.

Larry needs help and you’ll definitely feel both sorry and delighted for this man after learning that he and his wife, Lucretia are expecting to have quintuplets – five bouncing babies that will definitely make Larry the proudest father alive. However, the problem is that bearing children needs lots of money in preparation of the nursery as well as the actual delivery. And that’s where you come in as you try to help Larry earn enough money to get his babies delivered in style.

House of Wonders – Babies Come Home follows traditional hidden object mechanics as you try to search each level for hidden items listed on the left side of the screen. You will be timed to complete each set of levels and will also be given a limited amount of hints, pointing you directly to a hidden object when used. After each stage is done, Larry will compute the amount of money you gathered after finding all the items, and you’ll then be able to buy nursery and delivery prep supplies using the accumulated amount.

At first glance, budgeting money might be one of the objectives of the game, but really, you ought to buy all the best supplies for Larry’s would-be children. The end of each stage will enable you to choose a single element for the nursery or delivery room, and depending on the money you have, you can choose to buy the worst supplies or the best ones for the babies, which of course, requires more funds to buy. If you have extra money, you can even buy a house, a car and a boat for yourself, with various amounts of expensiveness too, I might add.

Pharaoh’s Secret Game Review

Pharaoh’s Secret Game Review

Pharaoh’s Secret Game Review

It’s just amazing how Egypt’s many mysteries can still keep secrets up to this day when many documentaries and reports had already been made about them. Pharaoh’s Secret is nothing different, even being a game that explores a fictional story about the secret life of noble Egyptian rulers; however, how it fares as a casual game is entirely a different matter.

The game is a match-3 installment that revolves around the adventures of an archaeology student named Daniel and his professor during their investigations of the great history of Egypt. I must admit, the story is a bit confusing since at first, you’re off decoding a strange papyrus discovered from another professor’s archives, then later on, you’re trying to find the lost relic of the pharaoh Didumes. What’s good about the game though is that you can review the story afterwards, I reckon just so to clear things up a bit on your actual mission, but if you’re like me, well, I’ll just go on and play the game in any case. Continue reading

Which Console is Best?

Which Console is Best?

Which Console is Best?

It’s just amazing how Egypt’s many mysteries can still keep secrets up to this day when many documentaries and reports had already been made about them. Pharaoh’s Secret is nothing different, even being a game that explores a fictional story about the secret life of noble Egyptian rulers; however, how it fares as a casual game is entirely a different matter.

The game is a match-3 installment that revolves around the adventures of an archaeology student named Daniel and his professor during their investigations of the great history of Egypt. I must admit, the story is a bit confusing since at first, you’re off decoding a strange papyrus discovered from another professor’s archives, then later on, you’re trying to find the lost relic of the pharaoh Didumes. What’s good about the game though is that you can review the story afterwards, I reckon just so to clear things up a bit on your actual mission, but if you’re like me, well, I’ll just go on and play the game in any case. Continue reading

What is Verizon FiOS High Speed Internet?

What is Verizon FiOS High Speed Internet?

What is Verizon FiOS High Speed Internet?

What is Verizon FiOS High Speed Internet?

You have probably heard the buzz surrounding the latest offering from Verizon, Verizon FiOS. Verizon FiOS is a fully updated network of digital TV, digital phone and digital broadband Internet service
. In some areas of the country only the Verizon FiOS Internet service is available because of the laws and licenses in different parts of the country.

How is Verizon FiOS different from digital cable Internet service or regular broadband Internet? The biggest difference is in the speed. Normal satellite and cable Internet services offer a speed of about 8 mega bytes per second at the top tier of their service. Verizon FiOS Internet service starts at 5 mega bytes per second and then climbs to 15 mega bytes per second and 30 mega bytes per second depending on which package you choose. Even though the Verizon FiOS Internet service is significantly faster than any other type of satellite or even cable Internet service the prices for the Verizon service are competitive with other high speed Internet services. Depending on where you live Verizon FiOS service might even be cheaper than cable Internet, which is usually more expensive than satellite Internet service. Continue reading

Broadband Phone Service

Broadband Phone Service

Broadband Phone Service

By far the biggest reason people use broadband telephone service is to save money on phone calls. Mainly long distance or international. If you’re looking into the possibilities of broadband phone service, but are still unsure of exactly what it is, how to use it, or what you’ll need to use it, this article will explain step by step what you need to know about using broadband phone service, how to use it, its benefits, and its limitations.

What Broadband Phone Service is

Broadband telephone uses VoIP (Voice over IP) technology to convert voice signals to a digital format that can be transferred over the Internet. You make phone calls the same way you would make a phone call from a traditional landline phone, and you answer phone calls the same way as well. You just pick up the phone and dial to place a call, or pick it up when it is ringing to answer a call. Continue reading