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Today 30 January is the International Delete Your Myspace Account Day

Posted in blog, review, Social Network with tags , , , on January 30, 2008 by keronii

The day has finally arrived. Last Sunday Bloggasm’s Simon Owens declared January 30th to be International Delete Your Myspace Account Day. The idea quickly caught fire, being linked to on hundreds of websites spanning from Digg to Fark to MSNBC. Several journalists interviewed me about the day, including live radio and television interviews.

He was also interviewed by a journalist at the Washington Post. A Myspace spokeswoman even responded to the event.

Many of the people who linked and commented on my post agreed with me whole-heartedly: Myspace sucks. And to drive that message home, we’re finally disposing of our useless profile pages all together on one day.

So if you’ve deleted your Myspace page today, tell us about your experience in the comments section. Several people have emailed Simon over the last few days to tell me that they tried to delete their profiles only for the confirmation email never to be sent. If this happens to you, it’s a serious issue that Myspace needs to address. Please let Simon and his team know about it.

If anyone needs to contact Simon about this day, you can email me at simon.bloggasm@gmail.com for more information.

Below is a list of steps for you to delete your profile. Simon already tried them on his own myspace page. Supposedly Myspace is supposed to delete it within 48 hours. Let see if that happens.

Now, the steps:

1. Log in at Myspace.com

2. Click on “account settings” next to your profile picture

3. Click on the “cancel account” link at the bottom of the screen

4. On this screen it tells you to confirm your cancellation. It also provides you a box to explain why you’re canceling your account. To really drive home the message, you should put “Because it’s International Delete Your Myspace Account Day” as your reason. That will let them know that you’re deleting the account because of the cause.

5. You should receive an email that will allow you to “confirm” (hey, didn’t I already “confirm” it like two clicks ago? Myspace sure doesn’t want me to leave) your cancellation. After you’ve once again confirmed it, it tells you to give it 48 hours to complete the cancellation.

6. If your profile doesn’t disappear in 48 hours, raise bloody hell.

Good luck everyone! Happy cancellation!

Credit from: Simon Owens

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A fine-painted car

Posted in beauty, Social Network, Sports with tags , , on January 29, 2008 by keronii

In the morning, while jogging, found this excellent-painted car.

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Harada Orei – super busty from Japan.
Her name is Reon Kosaka – busty and hot
Mai Nadasaka – Japanese super hottie
Adriana Lima so hot with lollipop
Maria Ozawa upskirt and shows her panty

Maria Sharapova closing in on all-time greats

Posted in beauty, Elegant Style, Maria Sharapova, Social Network, Useful websites with tags , , , , , , , , on January 27, 2008 by keronii

Maria Sharapova‘s emotional Australian Open final triumph has elevated the Russian stunner to within touching distance of a place in the pantheon of tennis’s all-time greatest players.

Still only 20, Sharapova is now just one successful French Open campaign away from joining an elite band of seven players in the 40-year professional era to have completed the coveted career grand slam.

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Only tennis legends Margaret Court Smith, Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert, Billie Jean King and Serena Williams have managed the rare feat.

Williams, who claimed her “Serena Slam” at the 2003 Australian Open, is the only woman in two decades to have won all four majors at least once, while Graf, with her “Golden Slam” in 1988 – which also included Olympic Games glory – and Australia’s own Margaret Court in 1970 are the only two to complete the set in a calendar year Continue reading

Marketing Tips From a 16 Years Old kid – Corey Worthington from Melbourne, Australia

Posted in art, blog, celebs, funny, hot, Parties & Events, Pretty Boys, review, Social Network, Super Junior, Top Lists, VIDEO CLIP, Weekend Special with tags , , , , , , , , on January 26, 2008 by keronii

One of the big stories in Australia over the last week has been the hilarious antics of a teenage party boy called Corey Worthington.

Corey is a 16-year-old boy from a Melbourne suburb who has brilliantly encapsulated a lot of the current advice for achieving modern marketing success:

  • He held a party.
  • He advertised his party at MySpace.
  • 500 kids turned up.
  • They drank and got drunk.
  • They then annoyed the neighbours.
  • The police were called.

How Corey Worthington Delaney will pay for the $20000 damage and compensation of police siege

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