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Why join Nuffnang and Advertlets when you have Nufflets?

Ever heard of Nuffnang ? What about Advertlets? Well now there’s a mix of both names, introducing Nufflets, the latest advertising network from Malaysia! The name may looks weird but their objectives are more important, which to help blogger earn money online as well as to build traffic to your website/blog. Recently launched on 25th December 2007 (what a timing), Nufflets services the only within the Asian region.

The ads you display on your web site are cost-per-click (CPC) ads. This means that advertisers pay only when users click on ads. Payments are posted by the 25th of each month for the previous months activity and the minimum payment will be USD$50. Yes, payment will be on USD. However, there’s a down point for a not-much-traffic blog like mine as Nufflets had set this minimum requirements to become a publisher in the Nufflets Network:
1. Deliver at least 3000 page views per month.
2. You must own the domain (i.e. your website must not be hosted on a free service).
3. Your site must serve either the following countries: Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Thailand, China and Japan OR your website's main operations is in either of the forementioned countries. However, Advertisers need not be from the specified countries.

Nufflets are newly founded department in Cara com my Media's office, which is located in Puncak Setiawangsa, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.The Nufflets Publisher Program is free, and Nufflets pays you for clicks on ads served to your web site. Since this program is free, give it a try!


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Ride the World Longest Roller-Coaster Virtually

Steel Dragon 2000 is a longest roller coaster located at Nagashime Spa Land Amusement Park in Mie Prefecture, Japan. Built by Morgan Manufacturing, this gigacoaster opened, appropriately, in 2000 - "The Year of the Dragon". It set a record for longest track length with 8133 feet, 2 inches (2479 m), which it currently holds. The building of Steel Dragon 2000 required far more steel than other coasters for earthquake protection. This put the cost of the coaster at over $50,000,000. On, August 23, 2003, Steel Dragon 2000 was involved in an accident during a run in which one of its trains lost a wheel. The coaster did not operate during the 2004 and 2005 park seasons. It is open as of September 3, 2006. More picture after the video.

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24-carat gold MacBook Pro, diamond studded Apple logo

Now there's a new Apple gadget on the block that literally makes every other Apple device look dull. A company called Computer Choppers has put together a Gold-plated Macbook Pro, with an appropriately diamond studded Apple logo. Should go nicely with your gold plated HP Laserjet (below).

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