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High tech rainfall gauge to send SMS

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After happened last year about the ondoy. Almost every one wanted to be same when the rain start to fall again. The philippine started to set up a high-grade automatic rain gauge and was set up this Wednesday in Montalban, Rizal for a reliable and upgraded flood forecast system.It's use the natural solar energy by using a solar panel.

Rain gauge in Barangay San Rafael in Montalban is positioned inside the cell site of the Smart Communications, Inc. (SMART) to automatically send rainfall data to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) through SMS (short message service).

The initiative is part of a program of the Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation (PDRF) to help upgrade the country’s flood forecasting system.

The PDRF, headed by PLDT chairman Manuel Pangilinan, is the private sector arm of the Special National Public Reconstruction Commission created in the wake of the devastation brought about by typhoons “Ondoy”, “Pepeng”, and “Frank”. PAGASA Administrator Dr. Prisco Nilo said that installing a rain gauge in areas where bulk of flood waters come will help the agency monitor rainfall.

"We have set up automatic rainfall stations to improve monitoring of rainfall for timely and reliable warnings,” Nilo said.


The rain gauge, which costs about P500,000, is a grant from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).

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Digital BBQ Tongs

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Just when you thought that a rudimentary device could not get “techno-fied”, along comes the Digital BBQ Tongs.

The Digital BBQ Tongs are more than just ordinary barbecue tongs with a LED display, but they have special sensors in the tips to detect the meat’s temperature. So in case you are wondering if the burgers or chicken really are cooked all the way through, just listen to the tongs.

Yes, these tongs will actually tell you, with an chimed alarm, when the meat is done. In fact, it has seven preset meat types and one custom setting. No more eating undercooked food and risking terrifying health problems ever again!

Not only does it come with a backlit LCD display, but it also has an LED flashlight for times when…actually, I can’t think of a time when you would use the LED flashlight. I mean, if you are barbecuing at night, then move your grill underneath the porch light! At least the LED flashlight might give you that extra light if it is needed.

If you like the concept behind the Digital BBQ Tongs, and want one of your own, feel free to go to the Taylor Gifts site and lay down $40. By the way, it comes with the 3 AAA batteries that power it.
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Playstation Portable 2

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Bored about your old type of psp?..I haved found latest version of PSP it's called the PSP2 it have a big screen good for playing.Stereo speakers on either side double as a jog wheel and camera control.The Sony finally implementing two joysticks.Thinking that sony really making a new improvement to their playstation portable but i guess that the price of this one will be much expensive.




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Google's Wi-Fi Spying??

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Chip Taylor"Don't be evil" has gone all 1984 on us. Or so it seems after Google revealed Friday that its Street View cars, in addition to snapping photos of the world's roadways, have also been collecting sensitive personal information from unencrypted wireless networks.

It was no secret that Google's cars had already been collecting publicly broadcast SSID information (Wi-Fi network names) and MAC addresses (unique numbers for devices like Wi-Fi routers). But this techie data, which is used for location-based services such as Google Maps, didn't include any "payload data," or personal information sent over the network.

Or so "Big Brother" Google claimed on April 27. But yesterday the search behemoth 'fessed up to a security gaffe of Orwellian proportions. Due to a piece of code written in 2006 by an engineer for an experimental Wi-Fi project, Google had in fact been collecting those private bits after all:

"But it's now clear that we have been mistakenly collecting samples of payload data from open (i.e. non-password-protected) WiFi networks, even though we never used that data in any Google products," wrote Alan Eustace, Google senior VP, engineering & research.

Wow. That's freaky and strange. And not in a good way, either.

Google was smart to open up about the spying incident. An attempted cover-up would have proven disastrous, particularly when numerous consumer and government agencies worldwide have criticized the search company's seemingly insatiable appetite for personal information, a quest that critics say infringes on individual privacy rights.

There's little doubt the Wi-Fi spying incident won't fade away quietly. In fact, the Electronic Frontiers Association (EFA) and Australia Privacy Foundation (APF) have joined forces to question potential security mishaps by Google's Street View, according to a report by Computerworld-Australia.

The latest Street View controversy is sweet fodder for conspiracy theorists. As someone said to me responding to the news: "Imagine, Google driving around in vans, taking pictures of EVERYTHING, and gobbling up Wi-Fi signals like some new-age techno CIA." Sweet conspiracy fodder - indeed.

If nothing else, Google's security gaffe should serve as a wake-up call to clueless folk who've yet to encrypt their home Wi-Fi networks. Do you get it now? Anybody may be snooping on you.

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2010 Election Result

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President
1 AQUINO, Benigno Simeon III C. 13,839,669
2 ESTRADA EJERCITO, Joseph M. 8,757,890
3 VILLAR, Manuel Jr B. 5,011,984
4 TEODORO, Gilberto Jr. C. 3,674,293
5 VILLANUEVA, Eduardo C. 1,026,159
6 GORDON, Richard J. 467,614
7 ACOSTA, Vetellano S. 163,710
8 PERLAS, Jesus Nicanor P. 48,946
9 MADRIGAL, Jamby A. 42,188
10 DE LOS REYES, John Carlos G. 40,065
VICE PRESIDENT
1 BINAY, Jejomar C. 13,489,293
2 ROXAS, Manuel A. 12,679,151
3 LEGARDA, Loren B. 3,807,392
4 FERNANDO, Bayani F. 937,424
5 MANZANO, Eduardo B. 706,822
6 YASAY, Perfecto R. 330,763
7 SONZA, Jose Y. 57,697
8 CHIPECO, Dominador Jr F. 47,375
SENATORS
1 BONG REVILLA, Ramon, Jr. B. 17,832,330
2 ESTRADA, Jinggoy E. 17,424,585
3 DEFENSOR SANTIAGO, Miriam P. 15,933,979
4 DRILON, Franklin M. 14,598,846
5 ENRILE, Juan Ponce -. 14,410,977
6 CAYETANO, Pilar Juliana S. 12,615,692
7 MARCOS, Ferdinand, Jr. R. 12,161,893
8 RECTO, Ralph G. 11,400,777
9 SOTTO , Vicente III C. 10,957,820
10 OSMEÑA, Sergio III D. 10,699,436
11 LAPID, Manuel M. 10,069,945
12 GUINGONA , Teofisto III D. 9,475,122
13 HONTIVEROS-BARAQUEL, Ana 8,417,723
14 BIAZON, Rozzano Rufino B. 7,955,205
15 DE VENECIA, Jose III P. 7,713,713
16 REMULLA, Gilbert Cesar C. 6,899,404
17 LIM, Danilo D. 6,750,434
18 ROCO, Sonia M. 6,235,398
19 QUERUBIN, Ariel O. 6,039,333
20 PIMENTEL, Gwendolyn D. 5,851,640
21 ACOSTA, Jr. Nereus O. 5,445,677
22 LACSON, Alexander L. 4,800,544
23 TAMANO, Adel A. 3,718,098
24 OSMEÑA, Emilio Mario R. 3,601,730
25 MAZA, Liza L. 3,560,446
26 OCAMPO, Saturnino C. 3,270,918
27 TATAD, Francisco S. 3,068,874
28 LOZADA, Jose Apolinario Jr L. 2,517,510
29 MITRA, Ramon B. 2,510,456
30 LANGIT, Rey M. 2,467,811
31 BELLO, Silvestre III H. 2,248,865
32 LAO, Yasmin B. 1,879,653
33 PAPIN, Imelda A. 1,795,929
34 OPLE, Susan V. 1,777,813
35 BAUTISTA, Martin D. 1,725,135
36 PLAZA, Rodolfo G. 1,387,155
37 BAUTISTA, J.V. L. 1,292,807
38 GUICO, Ramon, Jr. N. 1,124,517
39 LAMBINO, Raul L. 1,038,191
40 VILLANUEVA, Hector L. 884,817
41 OCAMPO, Ramoncito P. 857,437
42 INOCENCIO, Ma. Katherine L. R. 811,075
43 PALPARAN, Jovito Jr S. 743,267
44 TINSAY, Alexander B. 666,745
45 ALONTO, Zafrullah M. 627,392
46 TAMAYO, Reginald B. 618,640
47 ESPINOSA, Nanette M. 543,877
48 MAAMBONG, Regalado E. 485,053
49 DAVID, Rizalito Y. 450,930
50 ALBANI, Shariff Ibrahim H. 440,654
51 VIRGINES, Israel N. 411,048
52 PAREDES, Zosimo Jesus II M. 394,795
53 SISON, Adrian O. 378,086
54 PRINCESA, Reynaldo R. 328,129
55 IMBONG, Jo Aurea M. 324,013
56 NIKABULIN, Adz G. 310,276
57 CAUNAN, Henry B. 214,723
58 VALDEHUESA, Manuel Jr E. 181,802
59 TARRAZONA, Hector M. 150,591
60 RIÑOZA-PLAZO, Maria Gracia D. 138,161
61 LOOD, Alma A. 114,304
PARTY-LIST
1 AKO BICOL POLITICAL PARTY 1,401,967
2 COALITION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES, INC. 1,192,973
3 BUHAY HAYAAN YUMABONG 1,177,900
4 AKBAYAN! CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY 986,888
5 GABRIELA WOMENS PARTY 938,902
6 COOPERATIVE NATCCO NETWORK PARTY 847,181
7 BAYAN MUNA 694,914
8 ABONO 693,656
9 1ST CONSUMERS ALLIANCE FOR RURAL ENERGY 675,798
10 AN WARAY 640,755
11 CITIZENS' BATTLE AGAINST CORRUPTION 608,702
12 ADVOCACY FOR TEACHER EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ACTION COOPERATION AND HARMONY TOWARDS EDUCATIONAL REFORMS 565,964
13 AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ALLIANCE OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC. 482,369
14 BUTIL FARMERS PARTY 470,380
15 ALLIANCE FOR BARANGAY CONCERNS PARTY 439,699
16 ANAKPAWIS 412,154
17 KABATAAN PARTYLIST 389,060
18 LPG MARKETERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 386,100
19 ABANTE MINDANAO, INC. 353,385
20 ACT TEACHERS 338,404
21 ANG ASOSASYON SANG MANGUNGUMA NGA BISAYA-OWA MANGUNGUMA, INC. 316,792
22 YOU AGAINST CORRUPTION AND POVERTY 288,238
23 ASSOCIATION OF PHILIPPINE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES 282,785
24 BAGONG HENERASYON 274,296
25 KASANGGA SA KAUNLARAN, INC. 268,391
26 ALLIANCE FOR NATIONALISM AND DEMOCRACY 255,412
27 ANG GALING PINOY 250,727
28 ARTS BUSINESS AND SCIENCE PROFESSIONALS 241,026
29 PUWERSA NG BAYANING ATLETA 239,227
30 AGBIAG! TIMPUYOG ILOCANO, INC. 237,674
31 TRADE UNION CONGRESS PARTY 226,659
32 ALYANSA NG MGA GRUPONG HALIGI NG AGHAM AT TEKNOLOHIYA PARA SA MAMAMAYAN, INC. 224,962
33 DEMOCRATIC INDEPENDENT WORKERS' ASSOCIATION, INC. 217,255
34 ALAGAD PARTY-LIST 214,810
35 KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. 212,303
36 KAPATIRAN NG MGA NAKULONG NA WALANG SALA 208,489
37 1-UNITED TRANSPORT KOALISYON 205,541
38 ANG LABAN NG INDIGONG FILIPINO 200,837
39 ALLIANCE OF VOLUNTEER EDUCATORS 198,830
40 UNA ANG PAMILYA FORMERLY ALLIANCE OF NEO-CONSERVATIVES 198,367
41 ADHIKAING TINATAGUYOD NG KOOPERATIBA 160,739
42 AANGAT TAYO 155,243
43 KASOSYO PRODUCER-CONSUMER EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION, INC. 153,676
44 ALAY BUHAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, INC. 153,036
45 AKSYON MAGSASAKA PARTIDO TINIG NG MASA 149,081
46 KATIPUNAN NG MGA ANAK NG BAYAN ALL FILIPINO DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT 147,860
47 ASSOCIATION OF LABORERS AND EMPLOYEES 146,373
48 VETERANS FREEDOM PARTY 142,579
49 ANAK MINDANAO 141,306
50 ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. 135,524
51 PILIPINO ASSOCIATION FOR COUNTRY - URBAN-POOR YOUTH ADVANCEMENT AND WELFARE 132,864
52 ATONG PAGLAUM 132,721
53 ANGAT ATING KABUHAYAN PILIPINAS, INC. 130,461
54 PARTIDO NG MANGGAGAWA 130,036
55 ABANTE TRIBUNG MAKABANSA 129,504
56 ALYANSANG BAYANIHAN NG MGA MAGSASAKA, MANGGAGAWANG-BUKID AT MANGINGISDA 126,445
57 ALLIANCE TRANSPORT SECTOR 125,325
58 KAUNLARAN NG AGRIKULTURA, ASENSADONG PROBINSYA ANGAT NG BAYAN 121,250
59 BARANGAY NATIN 116,839
60 1GUARDIANS NATIONALIST OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC. 111,526
61 AKSYON NG MAMAMAYANG NAGKAKAISA 111,067
62 1-AKO BABAENG ASTIG AASENSO 110,174
63 BABAE PARA SA KAUNLARAN 108,188
64 ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. 107,252
65 ANG LADLAD LBGT PARTY 106,566
66 AHON PINOY 106,338
67 KATRIBU INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S SECTORAL PARTY 105,846
68 BAGONG BAYAN NA NAGTATAGUYOD NG DEMOKRATIKONG IDEOLOHIYA AT LAYUNIN 105,215
69 CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. 104,838
70 ONE ADVOCACY FOR HEALTH, PROGRESS AND OPPORTUNITY 102,348
71 KABALIKAT NG MAMAMAYAN 102,172
72 BINHI: PARTIDO NG MGA MAGSASAKA PARA SA MGA MAGSASAKA 100,607
73 1-AANI 99,928
74 AKAP BATA, INC. 98,578
75 AGILA NG KATUTUBONG PILIPINO, INC. 96,733
76 ANG ASSOSIASYON NG MGA TRABAHADOR AT PAHINANTE 96,671
77 BIYAYANG BUKID 91,857
78 ABAKADA GURO 90,185
79 FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. 87,554
80 COCONUT FARMERS ASSOCIATION OF LINAMON, LANAO DEL NORTE, INC. 87,340
81 ABANTE ILONGGO 86,501
82 ANG KALUSUGAN PARA SA PINOY, INC. 85,879
83 AKO AYOKO SA BAWAL NA DROGA 83,485
84 FILIPINO MUSLIM ORGANIZATION 83,425
85 ACTION BROTHERHOOD FOR ACTIVE DREAMERS, INC. 82,650
86 PRO-ACTIVE ON CLIMATE CHANGE LEADERS, INC. 82,619
87 ANG TAGAPAGTAGUYOD NG SIKAP SA IKAUUNLAD NG MGA PINOY 81,166
88 WOMENPOWER, INC. 79,941
89 COCOFED-PHILIPPINE COCONUT PRODUCERS FEDERATION, INC. 79,437
90 ALYANSA NG OFW PARTY 78,458
91 1ST KABALIKAT NG BAYAN GINHAWANG SANGKATAUHAN 77,329
92 ACTION LEAGUE OF INDIGENOUS MASSES 76,630
93 PARTIDO NG KATUTUBONG PILIPINO 73,107
94 YOUTH LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND ADVANCEMENT 72,927
95 ANG TAO MUNA AT BAYAN 72,409
96 THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC. 71,642
97 ALLIANCE OF ASSOCIATIONS OF ACCREDITED WORKERS IN THE WATER SECTOR 67,884
98 VENDORS AND TRADERS ALLIANCE OF PHILIPPINES PARTY 67,762
99 BAYANI 67,603
100 ALLIANCE OF MINDANAO ELDERS 65,880
101 AGAPAY NG INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS ALLIANCE, INC. 65,245
102 ALMA SA PAGKAHIKAOS AT IGNORANSIYA 64,061
103 ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE'S ORGANIZATIONS 63,255
104 CHAMPIONS FOR INNOVATIVE EMPLOYMENT 62,820
105 ORGANIZATION OF REGIONAL ADVOCATES FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE ONWARD NATION-BUILDING 62,506
106 BIYAHENG PINOY LABOR ASSOCIATION, INC. 62,056
107 PARENTS ENABLING PARENTS COALITION PARTY 61,064
108 AKBAY PINOY OFW-NATIONAL, INC. 60,835
109 UGNAYAN NG NAGKAKAISANG LAYUNIN AT ADHIKAING DAKILA 59,471
110 A BLESSED FEDERATION OF FARMERS AND FISHERMEN INTERNATIONAL, INC. 56,455
111 ANG MATA'Y ALAGAAN 56,209
112 SULONG! BARANGAY MOVEMENT 53,539
113 ADHIKAIN NG MGA DAKILANG ANAK MAHARLIKA 53,316
114 ALLIANCE FOR RURAL CONCERNS 53,094
115 ANG AGRIKULTURA NATIN ISULONG 51,850
116 ALLIANCE OF BICOLNON PARTY 50,893
117 AABANTE EMMANUEL CIVIC ASSOCIATION 50,355
118 ADHIKAIN AT KILUSAN NG ORDINARYONG TAO PARA SA LUPA, HANAPBUHAY AT KAUNLARAN 49,869
119 KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS 47,229
120 ADHIKAING ALAY NG MARINO SA SAMBAYANAN, INC. 46,527
121 ASOSASYON NG MGA MALILIIT NA NEGOSYANTENG GUMAGANAP 46,268
122 ALLIANCE OF ADVOCATES IN MINING ADVANCEMENT FOR NATIONAL PROGRESS 46,244
123 AGRI-AGRA NA REPORMA PARA SA MAGSASAKA NG PILIPINAS MOVEMENT 45,085
124 ALAGAAN NATIN ATING KALUSUGAN 44,000
125 ACTION FOR DEMOCRACY AND DEVELOPMENT FOR- THE TRIBAL PEOPLE 43,192
126 BATANG IWAS SA DROGA FOUNDATION, INC. 42,937
127 KALAHI SECTORAL PARTY 41,717
128 GREEN FORCE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT-SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF MOTHER EARTH 40,720
129 ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT 37,932
130 ASSOCIATION FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS ADVOCAY IN LEADERSHIP 37,748
131 AKO AGILA SA NAGKAISANG MAGSASAKA 36,749
132 ANTI WAR / ANTI TERROR MINDANAO PEACE MOVEMENT 36,163
133 YES WE CAN, INC. 34,199
134 SECTORAL PARTY OF ANG MINERO (ANG MINERO) 33,990
135 AKAP KAPATIRAN PARA SA TANGKILIKAN NG MGA OBRERO 33,829
136 PASANG MASDA NATIONWIDE, INC. 33,190
137 ITENERANT VENDORS ALLIANCE OF THE PHILIPPINES 32,266
138 ALLIANCE OF BELIEVERS BRIDGE IN ATTAINING ACCURATE AND MEANINGFUL ADVANCEMENT 32,199
139 PAMILYANG OFW-SME NETWORK FOUNDATION 31,779
140 ALYANSA NG MAMAMAYANG NAGHIHIRAP 30,073
141 BAGO NATIONAL CULTURAL SOCIETY OF THE PHILIPPINES 30,036
142 ABANG LINGKOD, INC. 29,893
143 SAGIP KAPWA FOUNDATION, INC. 29,173
144 KOALISYON NG KATUTUBONG SAMAHAN NG PILIPINAS 28,778
145 FREE WORKERS 28,453
146 ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. 28,199
147 UNITED MOVEMENT AGAINST DRUGS FOUNDATION, INC. 27,926
148 SMALL FARMERS AND LAND TILLERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES 27,840
149 1-AANGAT KA PILIPINO 27,442
150 ALLIANCE OF REGIONAL COALITIONS AGAINST PEOPLE'S POVERTY, INC. 26,616
151 SOCIAL MOVEMENT FOR ACTIVE REFORM AND TRANSPARENCY 26,008
152 AGRARIAN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION 25,256
153 FIRST PEOPLE'S REPRESENTATIVE FOR INDIGENT STUDENT ATHLETES 25,211
154 ANG KAPISANAN NG MGA SEAMAN 24,559
155 BAGONG KOALISYON NG NAGKAKAISANG SAMAHAN SA SEKTOR NG TRANSPORTASYON 23,947
156 ABANTE KATUTUBO , INC. 23,890
157 ADVOCATES FOR PENOLOGY ENHANCEMENT AND LEGAL ASSISTANCE 23,633
158 AKBAY KALUSUGAN, INC. 21,196
159 ABANTE BICOL ORAGON INC. 21,059
160 ALLIANCE OF NATIONALISTIC AND GENUINE PROGRAM FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT TOWARDS ECONOMIC REFORM 20,704
161 ALLIANCE FOR COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION AND SERVICE 19,667
162 ASSOCIATION OF ADMINISTRATORS, PROFESSIONALS AND SENIORS 19,070
163 ALYANSA LUMAD, INC. 17,981
164 UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES 17,888
165 BIGKIS PINOY MOVEMENT 17,826
166 ANGKAN KATUTUBO, INC. 17,629
167 DAMAYAN ALLIANCE OF THE AGING and DISABLED FILIPINOS, INC. 17,541
168 ALYANSA NG MEDIA AT SHOWBIZ 16,329
169 ALAY SERBISYO (WORKERS IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR ECONOMY) 16,077
170 ALAY SA BAYAN NG MALAYANG PROPESYONAL AT REPORMANG KALAKAL 15,400
171 ALYANSA NG MGA NAULILA NG MGA TAGAPAGTANGGOL NG BAYAN 14,307
172 ALLIANCE FRO PHILIPPINES SECURITY GUARDS COOPERATIVE 14,228
173 NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR COMMUTERS PROTECTION 11,196
174 KABUKLURAN NG MGA KABABAIHANG FILIPINA SA TIMOG KATAGALUGAN 11,053
175 ONE NATION EMPOWERED BY TECHNOLOGY 11,010
176 ANG PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO RURAL 10,443
177 ABOT TANAW 9,391
178 A CONVERGENCE FOR MINDANAO AGENDA, INC. 8,050
179 ALLIANCE AND ADVOCATES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS' AFFAIRS 6,571
180 ALYANSA LUMAD MINDANAO, INC. 5,872
181 UNITED FILIPINO SEAFARERS 5,398
182 BINIGKIS NA INTERES NG MGA DRAYBER SA ADHIKAIN, INC. 4,670
183 CITIZEN POWER MOVEMENT, INC. 4,024
184 ALLIANCE OF VIGILANT PROTECTORS OF AQUATIC PRODUCTS 3,888
185 ANG SAMAHAN PARA SA MAGANDANG KABUHAYAN 3,697
186 PEOPLES FREEDOM PARTY 3,508
187 ANG NATIONAL COALITION ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S ACTION 1,090

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Walkie Talkie Watches

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You have watch but you cannot contact the person because their is a time you left your cellphone. I surf a found that their is a watch that is a walkie talkie for you to call the other person. It's best for parents that have a small kids incase you lost your kid you can contact them.

Two Walkie Talkie Watches.
Aerial folds into watch face.
Massive 5km communication range.
8 possible channels available to ensure a clear connection.
Channel scanning functions.
Incoming call alert.
Back-lit LCD display.
Earphones included (one per watch) for privacy.
PTT button on earpieces for ease of use.
No registration or fees required.
Requires rechargeable Li-ion Battery (included, with adaptor).
Suitable for ages 12 years +.
Size:-
Strap: 23 x 2 cm (adjustable).
Face: 7 x 6 x 2.5 cm.

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Dog Training gadget

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Most dogs owner wanted to train their dogs. One reason it's hard to train is that the dog don't hear the voice of the owner. Im just surfing into the internet and found this cool staff called Ultrasonic Voice Recording. It is used for dog training,only dogs can hear the voice that you recorded.



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Guitar T-Shirt

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It’s not every day that someone creates a product so revolutionary it will change the face of modern Rock N’ Roll. Back on the scene (It’s a goddamned apparel race) to do just that are the revolutionary minds at ThinkGeek. While you may have traded in your solid body for something a little more plastic-ey, does the Rock Star pipe dream have to be limited to alcohol induced, Red Bull fueled nights in front of someone’s television? Not if you’re sporting ThinkGeek threads!
Now you can rock out (with or without your cock out) in the quad, the bathroom, the living room, the car, or the middle of class – as long as the volume is at 11. Yes, that’s right, the volume knob goes all the way to 11. To be completely honest, it wouldn’t be a shirt designed for a rock god if it didn’t go all the way to 11.
Not content with the sheer awesomeness of a t-shirt with a playable guitar, ThinkGeek designed the shirt to play power chords with a simple strum of one of the two magnetic picks. You know you will eventually lose one, so they included an extra one just in case. (Pro-Tip: While rocking out, the only thing lost more frequently than guitar picks is dignity. We tested it with a fridge magnet… and it worked.)
This shirt is like playing Rock Band on your chest – if you were Angus Young – and you knew how to play power chords.
So who are these people at Thinkgeek? Angels? Nay! They are but men – Rock!


Read more: For Those About To Rock: We T-Shirt You | Cool Material
$40 buy it here
For Those About To Rock: We T Shirt You



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Credit Card

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We are starting in a computer world and almost everything are improving and having a new design.
Most of the people wanted to have a new design or style. Im looking for new kinds of credit card or new design. I just found this tricard a credit card concept that is clear card and it shows your balance in the card.

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E-ink concept could change the face of newspapers

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I think we all know that newspapers are dying. However, it may be something that will always be around in some form, like radio.

This is a concept newspaper that uses E-ink with a semi-transparent surface. Basically, it is creates a display on a surface that looks just like a newspaper, but won’t leave any black ink residue on your hands.

There is a video after the break if you want to see it for yourself. It uses a fingerprint identifier to see who the user is, and then it looks like you are surfing the web.

I believe that this is what Apple wanted to do with the iPad, but bigger. Considering that the iPad already does what the iPhone can do, but bigger, maybe this will be the iPaper. iPaper. I like that, and it could easily catch on.

However, I’m not certain whether people will open up to a huge folding display that is actually larger than most mobile devices. After all, newspapers are very large and bulky, and they take up way to much tabletop space. We might be at the point where people prefer to have something on a smaller screen rather than a larger one.

Still, I guess I like any technology that looks like it is out of Minority Report, and showed up a few times in that film.

THE PAGE_Adaptive Delivery Device from Scott Liao on Vimeo.


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