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Panda Dan’s Lifestyle and Tech Love blog! New Media, Marketing too…

Famous? Me? LOL, Youtube KO’d by Thailand Round 5! How social media will change the world, Most googled words per country!

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One more time, MY NEW SITE IS HERE!

TGIF once again!

A joyous week of mammoth proportions I must add! I am oh so close to finishing God of War…I won some shoes on eBay and I was super slightly featured on adsofthe world for our website campaign!

adsyahar Oh yeh~ Our friendly neighbour Jules is on the list too! well if you have time check out the site, I am a cameo on the mooner breakdance clip on the left LOL tell me what you think! The link is…… DanceResponsibly

Tech Love

And now to Round 5 of the now ‘highly hoping that the issue will die yet keeps coming back Youtube vs Thailand Case!’ Well it comes down to YouTube on the cards to get KO’d and therefore take down the clips that ‘take the mickey’ out of the Thailand Royals.

So the argument behind this article is how Social Media will change the world…This article is Digg focused so for all you Digg lovers take your time and enjoy the read.

Ever wondered what the hell is the most ‘googled’ word out there? Well I found an article which partially uncovers the goodies on a few countries. UK, Australia, Colombia, France and Pakistan to name a few. ENJOY it’s pretty interesting and a little humorous hehe

Finally, Just thought I’d post up the SEOmoz’sweb2.0 award winners page because we can all find something interesting in the list, I’ve had a blast going through all the sites!

Lifestyle

How to make a cloud in a bottle!

Today’s theme is and monkeys and idiots haha low brow humor for all!

have a great weekend!

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May 11, 2007 Posted by | australia, dance responsibly, daniel lee, digg, eBay, games, gaming, God of War, google, hiNRG, Humor, Humour, idiot, life lessons, monkey, new media, online communities, social media, social networking, tech, thailand, web 2.0 | 24 Comments