Embarrassing question isn’t it? But still relevant. What many guys do not know is that a copious amount of sperm portrays you in good light. Have you ever seen porn stars ejaculate copious amounts of sperm? And I am not talking about the common tricks that make you think the guy has a load of pap or oatmeal underneath. I am talking of genuine copious amounts!
If you have, then I am sure that you felt sort of jealous. It is common phenomenon that when you haven’t had sex in a while –say a week, a month, or 2 months- your ejaculation will be sort of copious.
However, if you haven’t had sex in that long and there isn’t much volume, then you r best bet would be to go get a sperm enhancement supplement please. The reasons for small sperm volume vary and they often include factors like ill health, poor dietary habits, the absence of a large quantity of sperm producing cells among many others.
Typically, changing your diet into something healthier like vegetables, fruits, more fluid like water, less alcohol can help. In fact, some experts recommend eating super foods.
There are many reasons why you ought to seek sperm enhancement and some of them include:
Increased and Intense Sexual Pleasure
Many users of sperm enhancement products have consistently claimed that using these products helps them achieve longer lasting orgasms, maintain firmer, stronger erections and give a lot of pleasure to their sexual partners. Now, if you have not been experiencing any of these, then it’s about time you started thinking of getting a sperm enhancement supplement.
Volume is Nice and Sexy
Have you ever had sex with a girl and after ejaculation, she said “Wow, where did all that come from? You’re going to get me pregnant”? If you haven’t had that kind of reaction before, then it is important that you know that this is why you ought to seek sperm enhancement. Women love the sight of sizable volume. Not only does it broadcast your virility, it just makes her respect you more. Besides, the sight of all that volume is actually pleasing and satisfying.
Are there Safe Sperm Enhancement Pills or Supplements?
You bet there are. But be careful when choosing any as there are many fakes out there. Go get yourself some sperm enhancement supplements and watch your sex life go wild.
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Nowdays, in Estonia, a calendar with old World War 2 posters from Estonian Nationalists that made support for German Nazis. People are getting crazy in their hate to all Russian. Where we are going ?
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Microsoft is going to release abot 20 editions of Windows 7, fun to select the right one!
Guess which one will be most spread around the world ?
By: Robert Greco
By now you should understand the power behind one the nets most powerful classified ad sites around; Craigslist. It makes no difference; buying or selling or running an online business, craigslist is a must for any netreprenuer looking to make money on craigslist. Before you decide to go out and make money on craigslist, understand that having a solid foundation in what makes craigslist tick takes priority.
If not, you may get blacklisted or receive a nasty letter from the good folks at craigslist. What you are about to learn, in order to make money on craigslist, is to be used at your own discretion.
Remember, there is no secret weapon or loophole to be found in order to make money on craigslist. However you are about to learn untold methods and procedures needed in order to be successful on craigslist.It doesnt matter what you sell or promote in order to make money on craigslist. It’s the marketing methods and procedures that will turn $1.00 into $1,000.00 right before your eyes! So let’s get started…
Simply Trick to Make Money on CraigslistOne of the most popular complaints from Craigslist users looking to make money on craigslist is that their posting(s) doesnt get published. Even after confirmation, some ads do not get posted and user end up getting very frustrated. There are many reasons these ads do not get published. Rather than overwhelming your brain with details, let’s look at a basic fact of craigslist that gets users banned on a routine basis.First, we must understand Craigslist guidelines. Posting guidelines set by Craigslist are pretty straight forward.
As far as posting time-frames are concerned, Craigslist specifies that you can only post one (1) ad per 48 hours. Number One Rule: Don’t Over-Post… “Over-posting” is a huge problem that leads to ads not being published. But why is it that “over-posting” causes ads from not being published?Simply enough, “over-posting” creates a spam. If you are serious and want to make money on craigslist, then don’t spam!
Think about it for a second….why was Craigslist created? Craigslist was created to connect people on a LOCAL basis. If you were to post the same ad to 35 cities in 35 different states you are no longer using Craigslist in the way it was meant for and therefore you are spamming.Keep in mind that Craigslist software is very intelligent. Their software notices that multiple ads (similar, if not the same) have been posted multiple times. When this happens the “Spam Flag” (as I call it) pops up and your ad (even after confirmation) is labeled “spam” and removed from the classifieds. How can you make money on craigslist if all your ads get flagged as spam?The bigger question remains. How can multiple listings be published without Craigslist removing the ad? This question has a really long answer because there is not one simple answer.
So, let’s talk about one way to get your ad to stick on craigslist without be flagged by user or flagged as spam by craigslist.If you want to make money on craigslist, you need to use different email addresses. A simple task that is overlooked by many can be the difference between getting an ad posted on Craigslist and not getting an ad posted on Craigslist.
Remember, you goal is to make money on craigslist, not get you IP banned.Why would using different email addresses change anything and/or improve your posting success rate? If you have 10 ads or 10 items for sale that you would like to post a classified for these items you can do one of two things. One, you can post all 10 ads with the same email address and probably get 75% of your ads deleted by the Craigslist software robot within seconds of posting you ads.
Two, you can create multiple email address giving each of your ads its own identity. The best scenario in this situation in order to make money on craiglist would be for you to create 10 different accounts. In turn, this creates 10 different postings as Craigslist looks for similar/identical posting including everything from email addresses to page links. FYI – Just because you have 10 different email addresses does not mean that all 10 ads will get posted.
This technique does however greatly increase your odds in having your classified posts live and not deleted by Craigslist. Remember, in order to make money on craigslist you want all your ads to be different. It does not matter if the difference is a word or a number. At this current point in time the best provider you can use is Gmail.
Craigslist has the power to block IP addresses, block IP providers, block mail providers and so forth. Google is an internet god (not to be confused with the real “God”) it would not be in Craigslist’s best interest to block Gmail accounts. Craigslist would lose tons of revenue and visitors if they did so. For the time being, use Gmail as your primary source.You can create a Gmail login name in under three minutes; it’s fast, easy and free. Personally I can create over 400 email accounts per hour!
Keep in mind I would use a personal hosting account. And yes, I have created over 400 accounts in one hour… Creating hundreds of mail accounts is highly encouraged if you plan to make money on craigslist.
Cable TV giant and Internet service provider Comcast Corp. has been accused of blocking — or at least throttling — traffic from subscribers trying to share files through the popular BitTorrent peer-to-peer network.
What’s BitTorrent? BitTorrent is a networking protocol that lets users who download client software share (transmit and receive) files from other users. These shared files can be any type of file, but BitTorrent is well known for sharing MP3 music files, software applications, movies and other videos. Many of these files are copyrighted. BitTorrent is somewhat similar to the old Napster network that was used by millions of users to share MP3 files, but it doesn’t use central servers. Instead, users download metadata files (torrents) related to the file they wish to get. Then the client software sends out a request to “trackers,” which are computers that coordinate the transfer of the file — typically in many different parts from among many peers.
So, if many of these files are being shared illegally, what’s the big deal about blocking — or throttling — the traffic? BitTorrent Inc., founded by the creator of the protocol, emphasizes that BitTorrent can be used for legally sharing files that aren’t copyrighted and even offers the protocol/software as a legitimate service for businesses. Many others in the Internet community also use the technology for legitimate purposes. For example, Blizzard uses the BitTorrent protocol to distribute updates and patches to its popular World of Warcraft game.
Then why is Comcast (reportedly) hindering this traffic? There are no exact numbers available, but some have claimed BitTorrent traffic comprises a significant portion of total Internet traffic. Comcast has limited bandwidth available for its millions of customers and has reportedly cut off service for some users who used more than their share of bandwidth. The company has admitted it restricts users who consume too much bandwidth (not specifically BitTorrent traffic) to ensure all of its customers receive adequate service, although it won’t officially say what the limit is.
What is Comcast’s reply? The company says it doesn’t block peer-to-peer traffic, but it does practice “reasonable network management” to ensure quality service for all it subscribers.
What does the other side say? Claims of Comcast interference with BitTorrent traffic have been circulating for many months, at least, but the issue came to the forefront recently when the Associated Press published results of its own investigation into the issue. The AP concluded that Comcast was hindering BitTorrent traffic.
I don’t use BitTorrent, so why should I care? The dispute points to a larger issue called Net neutrality. This is a contentious dispute about the kinds of controls that Internet service providers can put on their networks. Those advocating for the principle of Net neutrality generally want to keep providers from regulating what kind of traffic or level of traffic is allowed. They also don’t want providers to be able to charge different rates for different levels of service — so consumers or companies would have to pay more to be guaranteed certain minimum levels of download/upload speed, for example. Those opposing Net neutrality generally maintain that some kind of control is necessary to promote improvements in equipment and services and guarantee minimum levels of performance. Others believe providers have the right to manage traffic on their network, but argue that — especially in the Comcast case — they should be more upfront about what they’re doing.
What else is going on? Besides BitTorrent traffic, Comcast has been accused of blocking or throttling Lotus Notes traffic (Note: after publication of this article, a Comcast spokesman told Computerworld that the Notes situation was a “bug” that has been corrected). Also, complaints about Comcast interfering with BitTorrent traffic have been filed with the FCC by online video distributor Vuze and the group Public Knowledge and other members of the Open Internet Coalition.
Where are things going from here? Comcast was recently sued by a California man for interfering in file sharing. At the time of this writing, Comcast hadn’t officially commented on the suit. If the litigation proceeds, it could reveal details about exactly what Comcast is doing and eventually result in legislation or an FCC ruling to settle the legality of the practice.
There is a strain in the comments to this blog that I have some sort of axe to grind against Apple. Not so, although I certainly don’t think everything it does is wise. Let me say this: Apple’s Mac versus PC ads may be the best television and Web video out there.
The latest versions are a particularly masterful example of the iron fist in the velvet glove. As seen on many sites starting last week, the ubiquitous actors playing “Mac” and “PC,” Justin Long and John Hodgman, are on one side of the Web page. Above them is a banner ad showing a sign with the phrase “Don’t Give Up On Vista” in lights. Using some tricks involving Flash technology, when PC pushes a red button in an attempt to light the sign, it flashes just the words “Give Up” then “Give Up On Vista.” (Someone turned the Flash into a video and put it on YouTube.)
One problem: the ad seems to have crashed some users’ browsers, according to an article on the campaign in AdWeek.
But the fact remains that with Microsoft floundering, Apple can get very tough and still keep its bemused detachment.
Source: NY Times Blogs
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An interesting joint study conducted by GameSpot UK and the Internet Advertising Bureau has found that 73 percent of respondents do not have a negative opinion of in-game advertising as long as it is contextual, realistic and doesn’t interfere with the gaming experience.
Out of the 3575 UK-based gamers polled, 40 percent actually said that advertising added a dash of realism to the game. About a third admitted that they didn’t notice it and 14 percent thought that in-game ads spoil the gaming experience. But most importantly (for marketers at least), one third of respondents said that they would be very or quite likely to buy a product that they had seen advertised in game.
More and more companies these days are earmarking large portions of their ad budgets for brand advertising in video games with hopes of reaching young consumers, while developers see this as a new revenue stream, allowing them to make up for growing development costs. Despite some gamers consider it as a greedy and invasive move, the fact is in-game advertising is here to stay and some companies estimate it will grow to a more than $1 billion industry by 2010.
Source: Extra Technology News
(InfoWorld) – Microsoft is releasing its Silverlight 1.0 plug-in for video on the Web Wednesday and also will participate in Novell’s porting of Silverlight to Linux via the Moonlight project.
Silverlight represents Microsoft’s efforts to present multimedia experiences on the Web, offering enhanced audio and video streaming and playback using Windows Media Technologies. The technology aims squarely at rival Adobe Systems and its ubiquitous Flash Player for multimedia on the Web.
“We’re finally shipping the plug-in,” said Parimal Desphande, group product manager for the User Experience Platform and Tools team at Microsoft
The 1.0 version of Silverlight, which is being released to the Web, is geared to providing video. Accessible at the Silverlight Web page, it has been available in a beta release. A more potent successor, Silverlight 1.1, will provide for more interactive content, including support for .Net development and transactional capabilities. It remains only available in an early alpha release format.
While Silverlight currently works with Windows and Macintosh, Microsoft is endorsing Novell’s plan to make Silverlight run on Linux clients via the Moonlight project.
Moonlight 1.0 is expected to be done within six months, said Miguel de Icaza, vice president for the developer platform at Novell, who has been overseeing Moonlight.
“We will be distributing Moonlight for all the major distributions and provide both packages in RPM and DEB [distribution] forms as well as having a Mozilla-based installer for those not familiar with the packaging system in Linux,” de Icaza said.
Microsoft cites several differentiators between Silverlight and Flash. Silverlight, Deshpande said, offers high-definition video at a lower cost and functions with Microsoft’s developer tools. The company also is offering a SaaS-based component, Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live.
“[For] customers who want to use our service for streaming video content, we have that as well,” Deshpande said.
He touted a list of supporters of Silverlight, including Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Entertainment; Entertainment Tonight; Break.com, which shows videos; and the Home Shopping Network.
The ability to use Microsoft tools with Silverlight provides an advantage, said Ross Angert, creative director for interactive media at World Wrestling Entertainment.
“It’s the advantages from a development side that Silverlight offers us,” in terms of streaming video costs and displaying multiple video streams, he said.
“Flash certainly is a great tool, and we have some Flash product on our site, but I think overall as a company to partner with, Microsoft is going to be a great partner going forward,” Angert said. WWE plans to use Silverlight for wrestling videos and broadband content. Current systems will be kept in place without much change, Angert said.
“[Silverlight] will give users access to our entire library of videos,” said Angert.
Developers can use Microsoft’s Visual Studio and Expression tools to develop applications for Silverlight. The company is releasing Expression Encoder 1.0, formerly Expression Media Encoder, a tool for encoding and publishing rich media content to Silverlight, on Wednesday.
Microsoft also is announcing its Silverlight Partner Initiative on Wednesday, in which more than 35 companies have agreed to support Silverlight. Among the participants are Akamai Technologies, IdentityMine, Electric Rain, and TwoFour Digital.
Source: Windows Updated