Sunday, July 13, 2014

OnePlus One phone giveaway

After a long hiatus, I'm back here with the intention of getting my first smartphone. You read that correctly, a new smartphone. The people at Android Authority are giving away 1 OnePlus One 64GB Sandstone Black Android smartphone to 1 lucky person. You can enter through here to get a chance to win a brand new smartphone. This phone is the most elusive by a start-up company that has a huge marketing plan that is controversial and unique. The only way to get the phone is through an invite and you have 24 hours to purchase the phone.

What's even more interesting is that the price makes it affordable and its specs are pretty good compared to other high-end Android phones. However, getting an invite is just impossible unless you're an early supporter or gotten one from somewhere. The Chinese version is available, but it comes with Color OS which is pretty terrible while the International version comes with Cyanogenmod 11 (a mod of Android KitKat). Don't miss your chance to win the actual phone and not an invite since these things go by quickly.

Friday, August 30, 2013


I have set-up an auction at eBid for a Garmin Oregon 650t GPS. It's not the GPS used in cars; it's for outdoor activities and mapping geographical areas. It's quite nifty to have and works pretty good if you want to know your surroundings. It is up for auction at a reserve price and I ship to the US only. Here is the link to the GPS.

Sunday, May 5, 2013

HitLeap: traffic exchange

HitLeap is a traffic exchange site that allows you to get hits to your websites. You have to pay a monthly fee of either 3 Euros or 7 Euros per month to get anonymous traffic sources, but it is well worth it since people use it a lot to generate traffic to their website.

Thursday, March 7, 2013


Dwolla is an interesting money transfer service. Transactions are normally free if it is $10 and under. Otherwise, it is a $0.25 fee for money transfers over $10. Your Dwolla account number is very much like a phone number, but it seems to work really well with online apps like Facebook and Foursquare on your smartphone. The kicker is that Dwolla is supported by a credit union in Iowa which makes it have benefits from the FDIC.

Another is that you can use your Dwolla account to buy bitcoins, which are on the surge lately. Bitcoins are like currency, but they're completely digital and have no backing from any governments. The reason they're so valuable right now is that there is strong demand for bitcoins and the world is in economic turmoil. Problem is that you have buy bitcoins through exchange websites and they only accept certain forms of payment like bank wire transfers, Liberty Reserve, and Dwolla to just name a few.

Friday, February 8, 2013

EpicRewardz monthly contest

There are a few contests spread throughout EpicRewardz. The 1st is a monthly daily survey contest for US people and I'm currently in 1st place. The 2nd is a monthly daily survey contest for UK people. The last contest is an offer wall contest open to any nation. All these contests require people to do the most in 1 month. I'm trying but work is making it hard to do more. If you want to sign up under me and enter go ahead. It still isn't too late to join up EpicRewardz because I joined pretty late and reach 3rd place overall. Not bad for me and you can prove yourself to do more offers or surveys in the middle of the month.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013


This GPT site is very interesting since their daily surveys are paid higher than most other GPT sites. In return, the referral rate is only 5% for 1st level referrals and 2% for 2nd level referrals. It's a great site anyway and there is no minimum to cash out. Payment method is PayPal, but soon the site will undergo a complete makeover later this year to have other payment processors like Payza and Liberty Reserve.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Car accident

I have just got into a car accident, but I seem to be fine. Only the amber headlights and front bumper sustain some damage. The frame is just fine without any scratches. The car I hit was a Suzuki Cultus, which is a very old car from the 80s. It has only 2 doors and the guy was cursing and swearing at me. He mocked me and made fun of my nationality and race. I had to pay him $120 to make him go away, but the car he drove is just too old to even be repaired since Suzuki pulled out of the US market recently. I should have just let him call the police and tell the officer about the slick road conditions on a rainy day. I would've died and killed him if I went any faster, but it was only 50 mph. Lesson learned since this was my 1st car accident.