Wednesday, August 12th, 2009 • Aldian Prakoso
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Cash for clunkers becomes so popular lately. It’s official name is Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS) which is basically a US government program where US citizen can trade in their old clunker cars for a credit of $3,500 or $4,500 toward a new car. Its goal is to save the US economy and reduce pollution.
But do you know that you can also get cash for your junks!
Nope, cash for junks is a different program than cash for clunkers. It’s not conducted by US government
You can get cash for your old iPod, Apple laptop, XBOX, PlayStation, cameras and basically all of your old unwanted electronic and gadgets!
If your PlayStation 3 in good condition and complete with all of its accessories, you can get $150 for it. You can get $386 for your old MacBook. For your iPod Touch, you can get $163 cash. And that’s not all. You can also get cash for your unwanted Dell computers, Sony cameras, and a lot more!
It’s nice, isn’t it if you can scrap all of your useless junks and trade them in for cash? It’s like finding a treasure in your own home!
So how can you get cash for junks?
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Wednesday, May 6th, 2009 • Aldian Prakoso
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This morning when I couldn’t use my Mighty Mouse so I thought its battery was dead so I replaced the battery. My mouse still couldn’t be used. Then I tried my Targus Bluetooth Presenter but it couldn’t work either.
I was convinced that it was problem my MacBook’s bluetooth. And I was right. My bluetooth is not found in System Profiler.
Restarting the MacBook didn’t resolve the problem either. After browsing for a while, I found out that it’s a common Mac problem. And here’s how to fix it: Continue reading
Friday, March 27th, 2009 • Aldian Prakoso
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It’s the first happen to me. One of WordPress blog gave me this error message when I tried to installed and activated a new plugin: File is writable by others, please fix permissions and try again.
Activation or deactivation of the already installed plugins doesn’t generate this error message. It only happens whenever I tried to install or activate new plugins.
I currently use WordPress 2.7.1 and it was installed using cPanel and automatically upgraded using WordPress Automatic Upgrade like my other WordPress blogs. So there’s nothing different here.
The problem is obviously file permission. But which one? Continue reading
Thursday, March 12th, 2009 • Aldian Prakoso
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It a bit frustrates me when a few of my peripherals (such as printer, scanner, and 3G modem) can’t connect automatically with my MacBook.
After searching Google thoroughly I found many scatter information to configure and connect my Huawei E220 3G modem on my MacBook.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Download the Huawei E220 Mac driver.
It consists of 2 files: Huawei Data Card Application, and the driver itself (the driver is for Leopard).
- Install the driver and follow its instruction
- Plug your Huawei E220 into your Mac Continue reading
After being so fed up with Windows’ slowness, including frequent freezing and losing of unsaved data, I braved myself to get myself a Mac. So yesterday I bought myself the new aluminum MacBook along with the cordless Mighty Mouse
I must admit that it was not an easy decision. After all I’ve been using Windows for almost half of myself and the price tag of the MacBook is about 3 times of Dell Inspiron notebook. I browsed many Mac forum and asking questions, and also asked my friends who got the enlightenment (moved from Windows to Mac).
Before making my ultimate decision, Continue reading
Sunday, January 25th, 2009 • Aldian Prakoso
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Here’s an update to my previous post about my newest book, MantraUANG Dari WordPress Blog.
For the first time I’ll reveal my mantra uang secrets in the oncoming seminar on January 30, 2009.
FREE for the first 50 registrants! Continue reading
Friday, January 23rd, 2009 • Aldian Prakoso
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I just received an email from NameCheap, a domain registrar that I use to register many of my domain names.
It offers a limited time domain name registration and transfer so I want to pass the discounts to you. Let me copy and paste its email below: Continue reading