Saturday, May 30, 2009

Make money by using DocCash to get more Adsense earnings.

Docstoc is officially coming out of public beta. And we have three major releases to share.

The first is a revenue sharing program known as DocCash. With DocCash, users can now make money by uploading documents to Docstoc.

The second is the public release of our API. Developers will now have access to all of the data on Docstoc to build rich applications. Now that our API is public, developers can use ANY combination of data on Docstoc, including our document library, proprietary previewing technology, and search results.

With DocCash, users can now make money by uploading documents to Docstoc. Docstoc has leveraged the Google Adsense API. Now, when you upload documents to Docstoc, you share in the revenue whenever someone clicks on one of the Google Ads on your documents.
Docstoc splits the revenue from documents in DocCash with each user 50/50. You’re able to leverage both the direct traffic to Docstoc and our strong ranking in search engines to get natural visits to your content.

To maximize your DocCash results, just follow these three easy steps:
  1. Make sure to upload lots of quality content.
  2. Have good titles, tags, and add your docs to an existing category on Docstoc .
  3. Promote your documents If you still have questions, this video tutorial should help get you started. For a Complete List of FAQs click here.
DocCash
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Saturday, May 23, 2009

Windows Starup Manager - WhatInStartup 1.00 Review and Download

Windows Startup Manager

Enable, disable or remove items from Startup


WhatInStartup application window
Version reviewed: WhatInStartup 1.00
WhatInStartup displays a list of all programs that are loaded automatically when Microsoft Windows starts up. For each application, the following information is displayed: Startup Type (Registry/Startup Folder), Command-Line String, Product Name, File Version, Company Name, Location in the Registry or file system, and more.Features:It allows you to easily disable or delete unwanted programs that run in your Windows startup. You can use it on your currently running instance of Windows, as well as on an external instance of Windows in another drive.WhatInStartup also supports a special "Permanent Disabling" feature – if a program that you previously disabled added itself again to the startup list of Windows, WhatInStartup will automatically detect the change and disable it
again.
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Click here to Download WhatInStartup.

System Startup affects the way your PC will boot. In order to gain time and boot faster you need to optimize, sort and manage startup items. On a regular basis, it is recommended to boot with a small number of applications that “eat” all resources and decrease the amount of memory left for the operating system’s components to load, and in this regard there are solutions to optimize the loading process.

You can create some sort of order for the applications to start (leave the ones that require more memory at the end of the list so that OS components would load first), apply delay time between loading applications, or just use the smallest, easiest startup manager you can find and remove or disable unwanted startup entries.

The latter solution is easy to apply but not so effective, because we often need certain applications to start with Windows (antivirus – which takes a big bite out of the system’s memory, firewall, or any other security-related programs) and others to launch with a delay. This kind of programs will make the difference, when it comes to system startup.

The WhatInStartup application was designed to be a small, easy-to-use startup manager that would help the user disable, enable or remove startup entries. From the get go I must mention that the review was made for the initial release (1.00) of the software, so it is still a work in progress.

WhatInStartup is free of charge and requires from Windows 2000 up to Windows 7 operating systems to work. It does not install or add any registry entries to Windows, and all you have to do is extract the files and run the application. It can also be copied to portable drives and run from there. All the modifications that are made will be stored in a configuration file within the root directory.

I can say that I was pleased to notice that WhatInStartup lists all the startup entries instantly, when you first run it (I found other startup managers that were a little slow with the indexing process). The main window will display a list with the available items. Column Settings will let you choose what columns you would like to appear in the main window. Select all of them and you will have a report about every item.
 
For each entry you can select to view the name, type (Machine or User Run), command line (the process runs with command line parameters, e.g. -hide, -autorun), disabled (status: yes / no), product name. The following five columns provide user information about file version, product description (as mentioned by manufacturer), company, location (and this is very important because you can see the actual registry key location) and product path.

There is much information about the entries, so WhatInStartup also provides an HTML and text report summary for all or each item separately. The first test that I did was using Winamp, which adds an entry to the startup list. WhatInStartup will allow you to create a system tray icon so that any modifications to startup can be indexed. After installing Winamp, with WhatInStartup running in system tray, the entry did not appear in the main list.

After a quick refresh (use the Refresh button) the entry was added to the list. I think that a small adjustment would help a lot – to let the user set up some sort of refresh time for new entries to be indexed. Instant refresh would be even better.

The developer talks about “a special Permanent Disabling feature” (see product page) that is implemented in Permanent Disable Mode, found in the Options tab menu. It refers to the applications that you disabled and which will try to create startup entries again.

The test that I did to prove that this feature works involved disabling Winamp from WhatInStartup. All changes that are made will take effect after system reboot. Although the Winamp Agent entry was still in the list of startup items found by msconfig command (Start>Run>msconfig), the Winamp tray icon did not appear after reboot.

The User Interface offers you the possibility to choose the startup scheme from Advanced Options. This is very useful when you have multiple OSes installed and you want to load other startup list than the one in C:\Windows.

The Good

The application provides a simple but efficient way to enable, disable or remove startup entries in order to optimize system boot time. All information about the items can be summarized in an HTML or text report. WhatInStartup does not require any installation so you can run it from portable drives too. The Permanent Disabling feature and its implementation are something I found only in WhatInStartup.

The Bad

Unlike the msconfig command (Start>Run>msconfig), WhatInStartup will not show startup services too. The User Interface needs a few adjustments to look more attractive, even if you run the application on XP.

The Truth

WhatInStartup is a simple, easy-to-use tool that can help you view information about startup entries, create a summary report, enable, disable, and keep applications disabled, or remove entries.

To gain more time in system boot you can use three general schemes: apply a delay after each component, create boot order, or remove unwanted applications that require a lot of memory from startup. WhatInStartup provides only the last scheme. It would be a plus to find one more.
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Here are some snapshots of the application in action:

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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Easy create a video clip with Stupeflix video editor

Video Creation Made Easy.
Stupeflix XML video editor.
Stupeflix is a rest web service that turns your pictures, videos, and text into professional videos. Differentiate your service with video produced from your own content. Create one or thousands of video ads and spread them all over the web. 
Instantly expand your product line to video (mobile, web, and dvd).
 
Below is a sample clip of wikivideo blogger.
CELEBRITY AND TATTOO.



Tuesday, May 5, 2009

How to start learning Adobe Flash and find a cheapest software resource.




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How to Start Learning Adobe Flash

from wikiHow - The How to Manual That You Can Edit
Flash is a flexible program where you can create any interactive content for web use or just for your own use. Ever looked at those flash games on the internet and wondered how they're made? Do you think you have an idea for a game and want to make it? Or do you want to create a really cool animation exactly how you want? Then you need to learn to use Adobe Flash.( also an especially learning Macromedia Flash Pro - Ok to use at this year 2009 )

Steps

  1. First you actually need the tools. Flash in this case. The latest version is Flash CS4. When you look at the price tag you may just forget this idea completely, but bear in mind that you can download a free 30-day trial from Adobe's website (http://www.adobe.com).

    • Alternatively you might want to look at getting an older version of Flash (either Flash CS3, CS2, CS, 5, MX, or 2004.) They will be a lot cheaper if you can find them, but Adobe is very proactive about removing all old versions off the shelves the day a new version is released.
  2. When you first open Flash up, the interface can seem a bit intimidating. If you have used Photoshop, Fireworks or any other of Adobe's products the interface will be more familiar. All I can say is to have a play about with the toolbar on the left hand side. Get used to everything it does. The timeline will be the core of your flash content. It is located at the top of the screen below menu.

    • The timeline consists of layers. Layers go over the top of each other, also making your content less confusing. You can lock layers to stop accidental editing of others and painful mistakes.
    • The timeline also uses frames and keyframes. Keyframes are created with the F6 button and normal frames are created using the F5. Keyframes are used when something changes. Frames keep the same content on the frame.
  3. You need to decide what sort of flash user you will be. Either an animator or programmer/actionscript user. There is a more varies choice than this, but it mainly falls into these two categories.

    • Actionscripting will lean towards interactive and game content.
    • Animation will lead towards movies or the animation of game sprites and characters or more artwork.
  4. Based on what you want to do seek out tutorials to help you develop. Here is a list of websites to help you get started:
    • http://www.flashkit.com - this has many tutorials on many subjects, from beginning to actionscript, animation etc.
    • http://www.gotoandplay.it - this has games on the site and interviews with flash developers about their projects. There are many articles about game creation and actionscript and this is a valuable resource for budding game creators.
    • http://theflashblogger.blogspot.com - this has many videos-posts easy way knowing Flash from beginning for everyone as new web users.

Tips

  • Keep trying. Although your work may seem a bit bad at first, you will see a definite improvement with more practice.
  • A tablet may be useful to some for animation and drawing.
  • Frame by Frame animation is time consuming and boring for some, but it yields good results.
  • If you find learning actionscript boring, then stop. It obviously isn't for you.
  • Animation is useful in games too. Don't just think about the code. You'll need backgrounds, characters/sprites, text for the player etc.

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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Windows 7 wallpapers full collection for your downloads.

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Windows 7 Wallpapers, The Finest So Far

Formerly codenamed Blackcomb, then Vienna, Windows 7 is the next anticipated operating system by Microsoft after Vista. Everytime when an operating system is launch, one thing aside from the functionality that excite us are the wallpapers.

To celebrate the arriving of this new operating system fan boys and enthusiasts created related wallpapers and shared them all over the Internet. Here’s a collection of some of the Finest Windows 7 Wallpapers (yet).

Unofficial Windows 7 Wallpaper Pack by maoractive

winsvn-wppb

Windows 7 wallpaper by 24charlie

Windows Seven by Youness-toulouse

Windows Se7en Pack 1 by Frnak

9Wallpapers

Windows 7 Imagination by Gigacore

Windows 7 Energize by WindowsNET

Windows 7 by rehsup

Windows 7 by deviantarnab

Windows SEVEN by havocki

Windows Se7en Midnight by yanomami

Windows 7 Wallpaper by ~QuantumEcho

Dark Windows Seven Wallpapers

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