Posts Tagged ‘Mark’

How to Use Email Notifications in Facebook

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Free Apps for a limited time! bit.ly www.mahalo.com Don’thave time to watch that great video you just discovered? Asha K will show you how to flag it so you can watch it later. Learn more tech tips, tricks, and tutorials at these Mahalo pages: How to Delete Browsing History on Windows Phone 7: www.mahalo.com How to Setup an Email Account on Windows Phone 7: www.mahalo.com How to Archive Messages in Gmail: www.mahalo.com How to Setup an Auto-Response in Gmail: www.mahalo.com How to Forward Emails to Another Account in Gmail: www.mahalo.com How to Use Search on The iPad: www.mahalo.com How to Use Autofill on The iPad: www.mahalo.com How to Use Youtube on The iPad: www.mahalo.com How to Turn Off The Volume Quickly on The iPad: www.mahalo.com How to Set a Password on The Lockscreen of The iPad: www.mahalo.com Learn everything with these playlists: How To Use Windows Phone 7: www.youtube.com How To Use The Apple iPad: www.youtube.com How To Use The Droid Phone: www.youtube.com How To Play Guitar Songs: www.youtube.com How To Play Piano Songs: www.youtube.com How To Play Drums: www.youtube.com How To Speak Japanese: www.youtube.com How To Speak Spanish: www.youtube.com How To Start a Blog: www.youtube.com How To Use Facebook: www.youtube.com



GeoGraffiti – Voice Mark Demo

Saturday, January 28th, 2012

GeoGraffiti is a free verbal publishing platform for ‘marking’ local places with informative voice messages. Its Voice Marks are short phone recordings, made public and geotagged to a real-world place so other mobile phone callers can hear and benefit from public opinion or business promos while on location. GeoG is free to use on any mobile phone with any wireless carrier by calling GeoG’s service at (213) 221-3802. Use the GeoG app for the iPhone3G and experience auto-location determination for fast and easy Voice Marking.



Saving Private Ryan – Trust Company – The Fear (Part 2 By DavidianoForEver2)

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Saving Private Ryan is a 1998 American war film set during the invasion of Normandy in World War II. It was directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Robert Rodat. The film is notable for the intensity of its opening 25 minutes, which depict the Omaha beachhead assault of June 6, 1944. Afterward, it follows Tom Hanks as Captain John H. Miller and several men (Tom Sizemore, Edward Burns, Barry Pepper, Vin Diesel, Giovanni Ribisi, Adam Goldberg and Jeremy Davies) as they search for a paratrooper (Matt Damon), who is the last surviving brother of three fallen servicemen. Rodat first came up with the film’s story in 1994 when he saw a monument dedicated to four brothers born to Agnes Allison of Port Carbon, PA, who died during the American Civil War. The monument was erected twenty-three years after her first son was killed. Inspired by the story, Rodat decided to write a similar story set during World War II. The script was submitted to producer Mark Gordon, who then handed it to Hanks. It was finally given to Spielberg, who had previously demonstrated his interest in WWII themes with films such as Schindler’s List, and decided to direct Saving Private Ryan after reading the film’s script. The film’s premise is very loosely based on the real-life case of the Niland brothers. Saving Private Ryan was well received by audiences and garnered considerable critical acclaim, winning several awards for film, cast, and crew as well as earning significant returns at the box office



Saving Private Ryan – Remedy – Seether (Part 3 By DavidianoForEver)

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Saving Private Ryan is a 1998 American war film set during the invasion of Normandy in World War II It was directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Robert Rodat. The film is notable for the intensity of its opening 25 minutes, which depict the Omaha beachhead assault of June 6, 1944. Afterward, it follows Tom Hanks as Captain John H. Miller and several men (Tom Sizemore, Edward Burns, Barry Pepper, Vin Diesel, Giovanni Ribisi, Adam Goldberg and Jeremy Davies) as they search for a paratrooper (Matt Damon), who is the last surviving brother of three fallen servicemen. Rodat first came up with the film’s story in 1994 when he saw a monument dedicated to four brothers born to Agnes Allison of Port Carbon, PA, who died during the American Civil War. The monument was erected twenty-three years after her first son was killed. Inspired by the story, Rodat decided to write a similar story set during World War II. The script was submitted to producer Mark Gordon, who then handed it to Hanks. It was finally given to Spielberg, who had previously demonstrated his interest in WWII themes with films such as Schindler’s List, and decided to direct Saving Private Ryan after reading the film’s script. The film’s premise is very loosely based on the real-life case of the Niland brothers. Saving Private Ryan was well received by audiences and garnered considerable critical acclaim, winning several awards for film, cast, and crew as well as earning significant returns at the box office



Saving Private Ryan – Switchfoot – Meant To Live (Part 1 By DavidianoForEver2)

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Saving Private Ryan is a 1998 American war film set during the invasion of Normandy in World War II It was directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Robert Rodat. The film is notable for the intensity of its opening 25 minutes, which depict the Omaha beachhead assault of June 6, 1944. Afterward, it follows Tom Hanks as Captain John H. Miller and several men (Tom Sizemore, Edward Burns, Barry Pepper, Vin Diesel, Giovanni Ribisi, Adam Goldberg and Jeremy Davies) as they search for a paratrooper (Matt Damon), who is the last surviving brother of three fallen servicemen. Rodat first came up with the film’s story in 1994 when he saw a monument dedicated to four brothers born to Agnes Allison of Port Carbon, PA, who died during the American Civil War. The monument was erected twenty-three years after her first son was killed. Inspired by the story, Rodat decided to write a similar story set during World War II. The script was submitted to producer Mark Gordon, who then handed it to Hanks. It was finally given to Spielberg, who had previously demonstrated his interest in WWII themes with films such as Schindler’s List, and decided to direct Saving Private Ryan after reading the film’s script. The film’s premise is very loosely based on the real-life case of the Niland brothers. Saving Private Ryan was well received by audiences and garnered considerable critical acclaim, winning several awards for film, cast, and crew as well as earning significant returns at the box office



GeoGraffiti for the iPhone3G – old version

Monday, May 31st, 2010

GeoGraffiti is a free verbal publishing platform for ‘marking’ local places with informative voice messages. Its Voice Marks and Biz Marks are short phone recordings, made public and geotagged to a real-world place so other mobile phone callers can hear and benefit from public opinion or business promos while on location when the information is most pertinent. The GeoGraffiti Voice Marking platform was created to unite and share the local knowledge contained within the US’s estimated 200 million US mobile phone subscriber base, and by doing so satisfy some of today’s “on-the-go” informational needs. With the release of the iphone3G, users can install the GeoGraffiti app and benefit from the iPhone3G GPS features making publishing or retrieving Voice Marks a quick and easy process. The GeoGraffiti service is in public beta and free to use on any mobile phone with any wireless carrier. To publish or listen to Voice Marks with any phone, simply call GeoGraffiti’s voice platform at (213) 221-3802 or use our online Google map-mashup at www.geograffiti.com/gu/SearchMap.html GeoGraffiti is also used for small business ad-hoc advertising whereby business owners communicate their special offerings to mobile phones in their store’s vicinity using GeoGraffiti Biz Mark messages. For specific information on Biz Mark advertising see www.geograffiti.com/bizfaq.html