Category Archives: Others

This section of Tweaked for your Pleasure has articles that do not seem to cleanly fit into any other sections.

Part 2: How to do a Let’s Play

If you remember back just less than a year ago, I wrote an article called Part 1: How to do a Let’s Play. Well today is the second part and this one goes into the software side of things. As before I am going to go over a range of prices. This article also assumes you want to do live voice recording and not recording afterwards but the same counts for those that do – you will just need to step a bit.

To find out the prices just open the link below in a new window and you will find them right away.
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HTML Rewrite Exploit

Today I am going to write about something I have noticed on so many websites and then for it to work and honestly I am so surprised that when I contacted the webmaster of those websites they had NO idea it was even possible. With this in mind I have decided to write this article so if you do not know if you have this issue you are able to check.

First of all for this exploit to work the programmer behind the website needed to have not done any checks when it comes to confirming payments. Normally a payment script works like this.
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How to keep blogging…

Many people when they start blogging start with the idea that they will be earning millions from advertising and that they can simply sit back and let everything happen. After a few weeks they start to work out it is not that easy and they give up even trying to carry on due to one main reason – they do not enjoy what they do.

Enjoying writing is the key to success when it comes to blogging but there is always a time where ideas just escape you and no matter how hard you think you are unable to come up with any ideas and this article hopefully will help you out a bit. So today you are going to learn a very basic method that can be used to find content to write about.
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Becoming a laird

The Much Honoured Nemo of Great Barrier Reef

Laird Nemo of Great Barrier Reef
Picture from Snat

As of today I am pleased to say I am The Much Honoured Irvine Carbrey Pal Grant Mac Fhionnlaigh of Kincavel and you all …. wait someone else is already a laird of Kincavel and I can’t use it? Can I keep the Irvi… no okay.

So I have heard a lot more about people selling land which allows you to become a laird – I even looked back at it in 2007 and wondered if it was actually legal to actually buy a title. If you are wondering what I am on about check this link – Buy a Laird Title from a company you think would actually research it.
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… so we survived Doomsday 2012

... so we survived

If you are reading this then you have access to the World Wide Web so listen up. We are the last few of the human race that has survived just like the Mayan said would happen. As you know either a black hole, the Sun blew up, Planet X hit us, zombies has returned, Jesus is here or the Internet isn’t working and civilization is on the edge of dying completely.

So the first thing you got to remember is to find a place to stay. Remember the most important thing to find is to get access to the World Wide Web so you can post online that you survived. The second thing is to want to make sure you take as many photos as you can of any weapons, any food caches you have online so people know it is safe to come to you.
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Farewell Co.CC?

Update 5/03/2013 ~ I am noticing a lot of people are finding this website via Googling if Co.CC is going to return. Sadly I doubt it is going to come back at all.

For those with better memory than a gold-fish on crack, a year or so back I wrote an article about Co.cc and how you can use them with email and I also did a Co.cc referral review but it seems as of today they might have pulled the plug.

For those that may not know, Co.CC was a free sub domain service that gave you a sub domain (like snat.co.cc) and then gave you full DNS access so you could use it as you would a normal domain and the service worked great – even I used them for a few throw away domains but that is where the problem came in.
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