Believe it or not, some insects can harm your gadgets and even animals. Naturally we know we should look after our pets at home but did you know that animals from the rodent family have a liking with copper wires?
Get Rid of Squirrels and Roof Rats in attic that chew wires
Not only rodents but ants. I’ve experienced this once and I thought I’ve already lost hope on my iPod connector. I don’t know how in the world they found my iPod’s connector tasty or what but it’s an alert because usually we just place wires of our gadgets here and there.
Fortunately, suspend sc is there and others that can repel away these pests somehow. Or maybe you can install an application that makes a high frequency sound that apparently also repels pests so you can protect your gadget wires!
Philippine elections is coming very near. Have you decided on who to elect and choose as our country’s new leaders? It’s never easy, some of them are just taking advantage of the power of their money through spending a lot not only on television commercials but also online political advertisments.
While that sounds cool and “techie” for some this is annoying. Others may eventually remember them through these ways though thus, vote them up even if they don’t actually know them. As long as the name rings a bell, one vote is given.
But can they really be trusted? This is why I’m skeptic about these political ads in social networks and major websites. It makes me think if these people are just using technology for the sake of winning or to really let the world know WHAT they can do.
As I mentioned before, I’ve been hooked to my Nokia X5 again. Aside from these I’ve discovered how to purchase from Nokia Ovi Store a few months ago. In our country, Philippines – they don’t really allow usage of Visa Cards like how it was with iTunes. So it’s pretty much of a hassle. Not even by Gcash or Smartmoney. But somehow near, I guess.
I purchased 3 themes which I will also introduce for my Nokia X5 website, Strawberried (strawberried.net) but it’s not open yet. Sorry. Among all my purchased themes though, my favorite is Dino.
Dino Theme from MMMOOO
This is from MMMOOO, I also bought the Blackberry version of this but you know, it’s wayyyy better in Nokia. Why oh why? I wish they ported those cute icons. The colors blend in well so much. Just perfect for my candy phone!
To purchase from Nokia Ovi Store
1. Create your Nokia Ovi Account (you will be asked upon log in Nokia Store)
You can also check this through Options -> Sign in/Register -> Settings
2. Just follow the instructions. The key here is to make sure you’ve filled up what your primary phone number is
and that you’ve selected Phone Bill as your payment gateway during your account setup.
3. Load up your phone with load and of how much you’re gonna need (Autoload, Smart eLoad)
4. At Nokia Ovi Store, simply purchase or hit buy. Your load will be deducted of how much the application or theme you bought is.
That simple! However, it’d really be much better if purchases using Visa Cards and Master Cards were possible. Even Gcash and Smartmoney would do.
Lately, I’ve been tinkering with my Nokia X5 (Strawberry) which led me to download/buy new themes over Nokia Ovi Store at the same time, I had to open my Nokia Ovi account. Little did I know, I had two..actually, three! I forgot the password to the other one.
Nokia Ovi Logo
But it led me to thinking…why didn’t we use the Nokia Ovi Messenger so much? It’s almost the same with BBM and iMessage after all. In fact, it came before iMessage. The only time I used it (with my first account with Nokia Ovi) was last year July (same time I got my Nokia X5) with a close friend. But eventually, we didn’t chat much. The @ovi.com address is pretty neat. My boyfriend owned a Nokia C3 back then as well but it’s not just really his type loading up for subscription which is partly a reason. Nevertheless, I would be happy to use it sometime…the only thing is I have no one to chat there right now anyway.
Gadgets and everything “tech” are really nice. Everything else that technology has for us, perhaps. However, lately, there are more “gaps” than bridges to communication.
For example, lately, it’s been hard getting the customer service of phone network providers (and internet) to understand their clients. Although it’s not their fault, it would be nice if they answered like the answering service at AnsweringServiceAgency.com.
It’s just over quality, I think some call center companies are thinking of quantity instead. Communication is very essential and a good one can lead to better results and sales after all.