Short in cash? Need to pay for your surfing habits? Need to pay for your drinking habits? If you have an Internet connection, you can earn from home (or from your favorite Net cafe).
At Pinoy Turk, you can submit an e-mail address for 1 peso. Yes, they will give you 1 peso for every e-mail you submit. Here’s the trick. Don’t register your personal e-mail address. Create a dummy e-mail address from either Yahoo, Gmail or wherever. Submit this to Pinoy Turk. For each e-mail you submit, you get 1 peso. If you can submit 100 e-mail addresses, you get 100 pesos.
Not bad, eh? Read the rest of this entry
I checked the flight schedules of Cebu Pacific in the Internet because we are sending two of our employees to Iloilo. One will be flying from Davao and the other from Cebu.
I checked the Cebu to Iloilo schedule first.
Click. Click. Click. Click. Click. Click. “Uy, 1 peso lang.”, I said. Click. Total amount to pay: Php 1,049.44
Hmmm. Nawala ang piso.
But still, Php 1,049.44 from Cebu to Iloilo is not that bad. I just wish they were very clear about that from the beginning.
Also, I don’t think “every juan” can fly with Php 1,049.44.
I’ve always wondered how work is for a government spy. I’ve seen a couple of documentary and fiction movies about Israel and its spy agency, Mossad. It seems to me that Mossad does more “adventurous work” than any other spy agency. If I am to believe most of what I’ve read about Mossad, they’re operations are very good plots for espionage thriller films. Read the rest of this entry
The past few months, the Filipino social networking site, GrooveNet, has been buzzing *silently* across the Philippine web. GrooveNet is the exclusive distributor of There in the Philippines, an online 3D chat application that is perhaps second only to Second Life in terms of number of users and popularity. When you register at GrooveNet, you get an avatar for the 3D World and a profile page in the GrooveNet site itself.
You can upload MP3 songs to the music player provided in the profile page. Also, the profile owner can move around the panels. Moreover, the profile owner can add custom panels as he/she pleases. The owner can then add widgets to these custom added panels. Read the rest of this entry
Allegedly, Google offers free beer and sushi to their employees. If this is true, I just found my dream company. I love beer and sushi (but hate working long hours)! Wait a minute, my dream job is actually to work from home and reporting to no one , except my wife probably. Can I just have the free beer and sushi and not work, no? Read the rest of this entry