Has your FAT-ASS boss instructed your office IT guy to block Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and other popular sites? And do you chew your sleeves being too much bored in the office as you cannot 'poke' your friends?
Or, for any unknown reason, you can't access certain websites that you suspect has happened because your internet service provided (ISP) has blocked those sites?
Well, wait no longer. Here comes the solution.
Click here. Click Here. CLICK HERE. Or note down "https://nite-shift.net/" without quote ("") on a scratch paper in case you can't access .blogspot in your office.
This will lead you to a site which will allow yourself to browse any website anonymously. That means you can practically live like a ghost on the internet.
After going to the page, scroll down a little and on the right side you will find this section in the page:
Paste your link/site address in the box and click Visit.
That's it. No FAT-ASS boss can stop you anymore from achieving your internet FREEDOM.
Sunday, July 24, 2011
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Carefully look at the screenshot of Youtube front page below. Can you spot the Flash advertisement?
Now again Carefully look at the screenshot of Youtube front page below. Can you spot the Flash advertisement?
When you use the internet for over 10 hours a day, the minor things start bothering you. When I am watching Youtube videos, I don’t like the 30 second in-video advertisements. On the Facebook page, I don’t like the right hand side bar advertisements which often distract me and annoy me. I also like don’t like the flashy flash advertisements which cause nothing but annoyance and take up unusual bandwidth and slow down my internet experience even further.
So what to do? Can’t I get rid of them all? Can’t I even stop them from using my valuable bandwidth?
Well, here is the solution. Once you get used to this new experience, you won’t even come to understand how you could survive so many years without using this.
This extension is available for both Firefox and Google chrome. Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer 9 have this option too in different ways, but as you are a reader of this blog, I guess you won’t like those clunky browsers.
For Google Chrome, click here and then click on the "install" button.
For Firefox, click here and then click ‘Add to firefox’. Wait for it to finish downloading, restart and make sure after restarting you click the ‘add subscription’ button.
That’s all you needed to do. From now on you will have a totally different and smart experience on the internet.
In a short time, I am gonna make another post on the must have google chrome apps. So stay tuned and spread the word. You are the reason I get inspired to write. Never hesitate to let me know what you think.