Why Change Blogs

You may be wondering why we have changed from a wordpress blog to our new blogger blog.

The answer is simple, money.

While although I like the wordpress platform and it diversity and power, they do not allow google adsense.

Whereas, blogger does. I am not looking to get rich or even support myself solely form blogging, but why not earn a little everyday for doing something you are already doing for free?

The process is simple. I set up a Adsense account with Google, then ad my blogger site, and boom they add ads to my site. Every time one of my readers click on an ad they are interested in, SNAP, a couple cents my pocket.

For that it is a no brainer.

Sorry WordPress, love your software, but $5 to $10 a day is better.

Thank you all for reading!

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iPhone Ad Banned

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AT&T Acquires Centennial Communications

11-7-08-att-cent-hearts1AT&T is dropping $944 million on Centennial Communications in an effort to improve coverage in the Midwest and Southeast United States. Centennial is a fairly small regional wireless provider, but if the deals passes all the legal mumbo jumbo it will add about 1.1 million subscribers to AT&T. AT&T issued a release yesterday outlining the deal.

This all comes shortly after Verizon, AT&T bought All-Tel.

Guess the battle rages on!

Via EngadetsNYT

iPhone Tethering Coming Soon!

iphone1According to Mobile Crunch AT&T has sanctioned tethering of the iPhone. Tethering is the process by which you allow the iPhone to act as a 3G modem for your laptop. This would allow you to share the iPhone’s cellular connection with your laptop.  While although Mobile Crunch had no pricing info on the tethering, AT&T usually charges $30 a month for this service on other phones.

As if those iPhone plans were not expensive enough!

Mac Rumors has heard that this tethering capability is expected to be built into the 2.2 firmware.

All of this may not be monumental news since this can be done with out paying $30 a month on a jailbroken iPhone.

But we will see.

4x Battery Life for iPhone

FastMac has released their second generation iV battery for the iPhone 3G, with the promise to deliver up to 24 hours of talk time, 750 hours (31 days) of standby, 20+ hours of video and almost 72 hours of audio playback time. Depending on your settings, we are talking triple or even quadruple the available power here. The extra battery life and added touches like a built-in LED flash/flashlight and a second USB port to charge additional gadgets definitely makes it an attractive option on paper. Plus, it is priced less at only $80.