Over the weekend I released my latest web site: BazaarFind Supplements.
Bazaarfind is a price comparison site for sports and nutritional supplements. Currently the comparison data is sourced from stores within New Zealand. Give it a go next time you happen to be in the online market to purchase supplements!
We are hard at work to add new features, and I would greatly appreciate if you can take few minutes to checkout the site and give me your feedback :)
If you like what you see, and want to be kept up to date of the site’s progress and latest deals:
- Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/BazaarFindNZ, and/or
- Follow us on Google+
Feel free to share the news with your friends and family!
Following on from the last article on what does it mean to root your Android phone, I thought of providing a step-by-step guide to root a HTC One X phone.
If you own an Android phone, chances are that you’ve heard of rooting. However, most of us are bit reluctant to tinker too much with our phones because of the risks involved and are not 100% sure exactly what we are getting into by rooting android phones.
I thought of answering some basic questions such as what exactly is “Rooting”?, and what benefits do you get by rooting your phone? Hopefully this will clear some misconceptions floating around and give you a clearer picture about what rooting is all about.
After more than a year running my blog on wordpress.com, I finally moved it to my own domain. The new (and permanent) URL for my blog from now on is thiranjith.com.
Please update all your bookmarks to: thiranjith.com
Are you on Google+? If so, how often do you get a notification saying that some complete stranger has added you to their Circle? Then what do you do? Block that person or let him/her be?
Continue on if you are not sure about what to do, or unsure what the implications are when that happens.
What if you are not already on Google+, but want an invite? Feel free to post your Gmail address in the comments and I will send you an invite (I won’t be making comments with emails public, and will be deleting them afterwards, so you won’t get spammed).