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Free Page Rank Tool April 23, 2006

I was playing with my site (dhundee.com) for a few days now, while i was thinking what to add on the site to further it’s usability, i came up a with a cute little tool, that most if not many young webmasters love to add on their site. They do love nga ba?

Anyway, i’ve created this tool just merely to increase incoming links for my seo competition entry to the carcasherdotcom seocontest race. First, it was merely running on my site. But it really looks obscure and not so friendly, so i’ve decided to make it usable for …

mySpace.com banned from College students

mySpace.com is a social networking hub (just like friendster.com) with over 72 million subscribers allows internet users to search profiles, share ideas and photos.

CORPUS CRISTI, Del Mar College bans mySpace.com for eating too much bandwith resources, most students on the college seemed to be addicted on the mySpace.com causing other users to complain about sluggish Internet speed on campus computers.

This is one interesting fact that proves community applications that targets the teens are having more traffic than most other applications. Check out more about the story. Link provided below. 

Source: college bans mySpace.com to free up bandwidth

Chernobyl:20 years later an interesting fact.

On 26 April 1986, at 1:23 AM, reactor number four at the Chernobyl nuclear power station exploded. The radiation released was over a hundred times more than that of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Excerpt from boing boing articles: chernobyl 20 years later

Quite an interesting fact, now i would know that chernobyl was not actually a virus who crashed millions of computers in April 26, 1999. It was a disaster caused by the explosion of Chernobyl Nuclear Power plant. I am unsure if i am the only one left who do not know about this. 

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