If you’re like me and you live outside the US, you’re going to have big problems watching free TV shows, movies and listening to music from websites like Hulu, Pandora, Spotify, BBC (iPlayer), Netflix and many others. But don’t worry! Thanks to the internet gods, we can (very) easily do everything we want
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If you have either a StumbleUpon, digg, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube accounts (and of course you do, doesn’t everyone have at least one of these accounts nowadays? If not all of them…), and if you’re also looking for a way to make some extra money on the side while browsing the net and discovering new websites, than you should definitely check out the Subvert and Profit service. I’ve been using it for months now and they always pay you on time and without any problems and I’ve managed to make a few hundred dollars in the last few months just by following a few cool links and checking out a few cool sites and reading a few interesting articles.
All you really need to do is register to the site, and once in a while, according to your wishes, you’ll get an e-mail from them saying they have a new task for you. You then visit the link they give you and choose whether or not you want to help with the link – either digg, stumble, twit or write your status in facebook. You are paid about $0.5 (the sum changes based on the website and service) for every task done. Now, it may not sound a lot, but if you only have several accounts and a few spare minutes every day, this could be some nice pocket money at the end of the day and because you’re already on these websites for your own good, this doesn’t really take much of your time so it’s really easy to get started and Make money from your social network accounts. Subvert and Profit also offers a toolbar now, which makes it easier now to vote for the different stories and articles and they’ve also increased the number of websites they work with (Blinklist, DailyMotion, Diigo, dZone, Flixster, iLike, Kongregate, LiveVideo, MetaCafe, Newsvine, Yahoo! Video, Delicious, Mixx, Propeller, reddit and Sphinn). Read more
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I’ve been searching the web for a long time on ways to listen to Pandora from outside the US, as I really don’t live there. I’ve downloaded many programs (including the very complicated TOR) and tried various different proxy services, but nothing really worked well. Either it was just TOO damn slow, or sometimes blocked by Pandora, or cost a lot of money (VPN services) and didn’t give the results I was looking for. All I really wanted was a simple way to listen to Pandora from outside the USA and to enjoy the best music service out there.
Well, now I have the true answer for my needs. In order to listen to Pandora from outside the US (and also watch various other online TV channels), just follow these steps. I promise you it’s the easiest and best way to do it!
A tribute to Spike Lee’s “Fuck All!” from the film “The 25th Hour“
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Euro 2008 ended a few days ago, but it doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy some of the pictures taken from the games. This set of pictures shows many of the most beautiful fans of the games: