What makes this song extra special, aside from the very catchy RNB beat, is the lyrics itself. It's very descriptive of the title. Observe its chorus: "Soap, Powder, Bleach, Towels, Fabric Softner, Dollars, Change, Pants, Socks,
I'm Headed To The Laundromat..."
The much awaited new material from the boys of Linkin Park finally touches down at the Parte. This is their first new song since Hybrid Theory and Reanimated (which basically is remix versions of Hybrid Theory songs).
Five big names in the Mobile Industry join forces to develop an open and common industry framework for secure mobile electronic transactions and create a personal trusted device by integrating security and transaction applications into mobile terminal platform. Sounds promising? Read on to find out...
The Internet is home to the widest variety of free services, ranging from free SMS to free coupons, from free e-cards to free online tutorials and travel guides. But times are getting hard on the virtual world, and several of these free service providers are feeling the pinch, including those that provide free web based email accounts. They have no resort but to ask for payments for their service (that were once free), or simply just cease operations altogether. Find out the why's, who's, and how's of the death of free web based email. (Good thing there's the new free web-based email of the ECE-B 2001 Internet Portal!)
You've heard of DSL in TV and paper ads of several local telecom firms in the country today like PLDT, Eastern, Bayantel and Globe. And each bragging of break-neck speed for internet access. Despite its promise of a better internet connection, does DSL technology have a future in a country where prepaid dial-up internet connections rule? But before we get into the economics side of things, let's focus on its technical basics and learn how DSL does its promise of providing up to 8Mbps internet access to subscribers.
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CUSTOMER: Can I download the Internet?
TECH. SUPPORT: Of course Ma'am!
CUSTOMER: How about the Worldwide Web?
TECH. SUPPORT: Yes, ma'am!