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Showing posts from July, 2012

How I use the COLORIFY App. to make awesome pictures on Windows phone 7

Colorify is an application which allows you to carry out your creative, artistic skill on your pictures. With this application, you can turn the whole of your picture to grayscale and then stylishly restore your desired part of the picture to it's original color. You can also use it to paint your pictures anyhow you deem fit and then determine whether to share it immediately on your social networks or keep it on your phone by saving it (the choice is yours)


I was just in a bus earlier today when I caught a guy posting to Facebook from his Samsung phone but surprisingly, the status was posted via BlackBerry. I was amazed but here's the trick. Go to  sostatusvia and you will be surprised with your findings :). It's fast and easy. Hopefully this was helpful, don't forget to share with friends on your social networks by using the share buttons below. And in order not to miss out of future postings, you can subscribe to this blog at the end of this post   For comments and additional information please use the comment form :) Thanks for your time.

How to easily create Themes for your Mobile Phone for Free

Are you also tired of downloading other people's themes.... What about making your own mobile theme by yourself and putting all your favorite pictures to personalize it:).

How to open CLICKBANK account in Nigeria

. ClickBank is a privately held online marketplace for digital information products. It aims to serve as a connection between digital content creators (also known as vendors) and affiliate marketers, who then promote them to consumers. In 2011 Revenue Magazine named the company as the top affiliate network in the United States. The company has headquarters in Boise, Idaho, and offices in Broomfield, Colorado. It's no more news that clickbank does not have Nigeria on their list of accepted countries, that's why you will never find Nigeria on the website's list of countries. But does it mean that Nigerians will remain left out forever? The answer is NO. Then, here's how to do it: