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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 05, 2008, 06:37:20 PM »
aparently its all joke in here, so long guys........

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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 05, 2008, 01:25:30 PM »
prince can you explain that, it is not very clear.thanks

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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 05, 2008, 01:23:56 PM »
@ kendan, thanks for the kind words, it would have been better saying it the way you feel without being PC.

Anyways, we have been able to do it through the help and encouragement of everyone that have supported us all the way by visiting and sharing their opinion.

We also strieve to bring out the best in us by presenting quality report and information on things that are of interest to all.

On the techie side, we have some tested and proven hands that are in tune with the requirements of the new media as powered by the web 2.0 platforms.

We will be glad to help genuinely with anyone that is interested in taking up blogging professionally or as a hubby.

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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 05, 2008, 01:15:01 PM »
no you are the headboy,
it takes you to un-make others

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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 05, 2008, 01:09:02 PM »
both

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CULTURE / Re: IGBO THREAD
« on: June 05, 2008, 01:07:58 PM »
i don't get the jerk here
was it meant to be igbo traders or trade

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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 05, 2008, 01:03:58 PM »
for peace to reign in this class some people may have to be refunded their tuition fees and excluded from this course

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SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION (SEO) / Re: OUR ALEXA RANKING
« on: June 04, 2008, 07:24:38 PM »
so much about ranking!

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MOVIES | NOLLYWOOD / Re: What Have YOU DONE for Nollywood Lately?
« on: June 04, 2008, 05:26:24 PM »
Every little, helps..... (apologies to TESCO)

As you pick one hole, be ready to provide more than five concrete solution on how best to plug it up.

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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 04, 2008, 05:23:32 PM »
@ beibee (baby), i think I finally decoded that name (LOL)

I do understand your frustrations, like I said earlier you can moderate this discuss being objective on a second person point of view. The questions you ask are not meant for you, i can glean because i got from a thread (Submit Your Blog for Critic) that you own a blog. Apparently, some of your questions do not arise.

As per sending people to blogs, to have a look and feel it is part of the quest. You will not be helping anyone buy writing a handout here and not showing the person anything. I expect someone to come back after exploration to as questions that are related and directed. i take it that you never bothered to click thru to the Which Way Nigeria you talk about because you would have commented on it and your question would have been part answered. Neither was Vil's talk about Talent in his blog YouExpression of any interest to you.

Hang on mate! do not take it that I am falling for the 'forum agenda' to answer back; I am in it because i have got a lot to share which we all benefit from vice versa.I do not mind bringing up the 'objectivity' issue in our responses.

Honestly, I do not have forever to go through this motion; i come and go, now that i have a bit of time, we all can make the best of it for each other.

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EDUCATION / Re: Scary Psychological Test
« on: June 04, 2008, 05:00:07 PM »
@ peacetee , Yes! and then What and After that......

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MOVIES | NOLLYWOOD / Re: What Have YOU DONE for Nollywood Lately?
« on: June 04, 2008, 04:57:55 PM »
At least we have got hands, we need you to help strenghten them and add credibility to their efforts.

Thank God for the moon, as it shines light that brightens the minds; we need you to help brighten the light already shining thus helping to broaden the minds.

We can do better!

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WEBMASTERS / Re: I'm Testing my signature.
« on: June 04, 2008, 04:46:16 PM »
@ akostainless, I have tried to come up with Profile Signature Tips within the forum here.

Check it and see if it will be helpful.

Apologies, I saw this question after the post.

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INTERNET / Profile Signature Tips
« on: June 04, 2008, 04:35:52 PM »
Just thought I should share this basic HTML tips with anyone interested in having a unique Signature with hyperlink. ( a website of blog anything that is clickable)

I noticed a few posters have raw HTML href as their Signture.

Here is Your Tip:

Type this in your Signature box in the Profile section without the spaces. This is because with the spaces it will not be displayed.

Follow the Short Explanation

1. You need this tag:  (url tag) --- ( I spaced them so that you can see it, else it disappears)

[ u r l  ]    [ / u r l  ]

[ u r l ] =  is the open tag
[ / u r l ]  = is the close tag

2 Implementation:

a) Place the web link or href in the open tag after the "=" sign
b) Write the short form of the Link or word that you need to be seen after the open tag but before the start of the close tag

3 Applied:

Below is the finished implementation with spaces, if not what you will see is Nollywood Watch

[url = http : // www. nollywoodwatch . com ] Nollywood Watch[/url]

4) Finished:

When done successfully you will get something like this!

NOTE:
You have number of words limitation with signatures so put what is important there if your a using a link


I think this also will come handy inside your post when you want to direct anyone to your website or a site of interest; this adds to the aethetics of the post and makes it tidy without the long href (HTML) within post.

Thanks for your time.


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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 04, 2008, 04:04:03 PM »
@ vil, thanks i have you to the rescue; been to your blog, keep it up as you stir the talent in you.
@ olanajim, you are at the right place and we will be willing to guide you thru.

You can have a look at this offer from people at , you never know!

All the best with your planned adventure into the blogosphere.

Meanwhile, i am here to help.

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EDUCATION / Re: Scary Psychological Test
« on: June 04, 2008, 03:53:38 PM »
bear this in mind:

***I will reveal the answer when someone gets it right, absolute; not near***

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MOVIES | NOLLYWOOD / Re: What Have YOU DONE for Nollywood Lately?
« on: June 04, 2008, 03:49:48 PM »
All hands must be on deck

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SOCIETY / Re: WHAT IS NIGERIA'S BIGGEST PROBLEM?
« on: June 04, 2008, 03:47:22 PM »
Accepted, we will start with you, at least you are not totally exenorated from the rot. You go don make one Nigerian mistake, just once; so tell us where we can locate your dead body for a start.

Then others will follow.

It is still about that talk.... You talk what is practicable and prctise it, that to me is talking.

Meanwhile, this you oneliner (Killing) as solution to every Nigeria's problem has become unpopoular. The National Assemby is officially trying to abolish death penalty in Nigeria.

can we have yur next solution, please!!!

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EDUCATION / Re: Scary Psychological Test
« on: June 04, 2008, 02:04:53 PM »
@ kendan, u r in the spirit!

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MOVIES | NOLLYWOOD / Re: What Have YOU DONE for Nollywood Lately?
« on: June 04, 2008, 02:02:27 PM »
Like they say....' same ol'.....' we can do better

Thanks for watching, we hope you enjoyed it.

Please do not forget to send in your complaints and observations to our well trained staff. They are waiting to answer all your question and take all your complaints. We know that you are important to us and will need your input to help us improve and serve you better. The lines and channels are open.

At the appropriate time we will be addressing the issues as raised.

We are still hoping to hear from YOU!

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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 04, 2008, 01:56:00 PM »
It is the same big deal that makes one reach a 'legend' status in a forum.

Let us be objective while trying to encourage discuss, here.

Assuming, it is an exploratory question, the right thing to as is: What is Blogging? as to the big deal when you know what blogging is the question may not arise.

@ beibee, what is the deal here?

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SOCIETY / Re: WHAT IS NIGERIA'S BIGGEST PROBLEM?
« on: June 04, 2008, 01:43:27 PM »
@ judy 2 and @ all

Need I explain anymore on what dishonesty is!
It encapsulates every known thing that has been said and yet to be said.

A leaders is dishonest when he knows what is good for the people and he decides to pervet it and stands on top of truth and choose not to go the way of honour. Does the word Honourable mean anything to you? If that word means anything, and should be attached as prefix to someones name that shows it is worth more than anything else; however, when a supposed honourable man chooses not to adhere to the strict honours code, what do you get(?)

Talking about citizens; how honest is the yahoo boy that has chosen the route of obtaining by trick with the only justification that he has no other job to do. Blames the government and in turn blames the boys laziness....

Who wants to talk about the civil servant that can not uphold the tenets of his service code to be fair, just and diligence in service to all; but your files or documents are locked up in his desk drawer to be released when you 'settle'.

How about the contractor that throws caution and honesty to the wind and supply sub standard products or render poor services for a contract that was over-priced and yet paid in full; that apart, there is a willing coniver in a civil servant that approves the sub standard goods and service.

How about the JAMB candidate that will cheat to pass JAMB and proceed to the University to cheat through by hook or crook; paying through or sleeping through.

Will time warrant me to talk about the market woman, the artisans, the multinationals, the sexy bank ladies, the lecturers and even in the church.

The list is un-ending, whether you call it corruption, leadership malaise or anything it starts and ends when one chooses not to be honest in his/her dealings with another as a people and as a country; what you get in return is what we have in Nigeria today. Honesty pays!

Find out more @  WHICH WAY NIGERIA and join the debates

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MOVIES | NOLLYWOOD / What Have YOU DONE for Nollywood Lately?
« on: June 04, 2008, 01:18:42 PM »
I think this soul searching question has become necessary at this point in the development of the Nigeria movie industry.

Having taken time to go through most of the threads here as well as interacting with people, I am a bit in an obtuse position realising that we have so much against and so little for Nollywood. I fear at the same time that it is turning into another game of football for Nigeria and Nigerians where we are all 'armchair' critiques, 'all talk and no action'.

Let Nollywood not go that way, we can still do a lot to salvage it; if we think we have something going, then we need to stick out for it for good. We have to put in enough efforts to make it work. It is not enough to catalogue a retinue of things that are wrong with it. I think for every single issue you identify that is wrong, bring to your critique ten solutions or better ways of doing it. Having said that; I make bold to ask YOU;

What have YOU DONE for Nollywood lately?

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INTERNET / Re: Is there a Blogger in the House?
« on: June 04, 2008, 01:09:17 PM »
You can get in touch, may be we can find a way to kick start it.

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Sometimes I want to give it up, what more can you say of a house of representative that turns down a Freedom of Information (FOI) bill at the 7th time for no justifiable reason; yet, they talk about democracy and accountability without enabling laws.

This is not enough reason for us the people to give up in this that pertain to our survival in life and business. We have to try in any little way we can.

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