Expect the unexpected, follow the lovers lost in this blog.

A blog to cater your mind,body,and soul as you drink Turkish Coffee. We are proud to present our new storyline called Cafe's search for his "Zahir". Everyday is a new day for the "Cafe" (from Istanbul) & his journey for "Zahir" (from Baku). Don't expect extraordinary drama from the narrator, me. Still, this is a drama (maybe real!), and have better impact on you than watching a soap opera. Guaranteed. There is genuine feelings within inspirational periods. Cross your fingers for this story to end with happy marriage :-) All rights are reserved.

EDIT (01 July 2009) - She is engaged with another man, and I finally made my marriage proposal bringing my family to Baku. The result: She stays engaged and will have her wedding, so called "toy", with that another man.

Rest in peace Ms. Zahir.

Friday, July 27, 2007

A Friday Night Delivery - Only Take Out, No Dine In

Would you mind me to operate this blog as a fast food restaurant? What would it be like? Creating the ultimate high quality community interaction is a dream. Approaching to this dream through implementing daily practices to the virtual world might seem creative and effective. Right now, I am not sure, but still trying, as you can see from the blog title of today's post.

A blog writer is like a columnist in a newspaper, I think. To be a journalist takes guts. To be a director takes a webcam (see YouTube videos, and other online videos)
However, not all videos on YouTube are bad. Here is one recommendation for Friday night date seekers. By the way, for some reason, Thursday nights in Philadelphia is very popular for outgoing people in the city, the bars are full.

Let's give some news. e-Rewards is an online opinion panel that credits you rewards. Like, Delta Skymiles is a company that I have been completing their surveys. They are one of the members of e-Rewards, and they sent me an invitation for this opinion panel. You can discover more about e-Rewards on their website, but to hear the word from me, let me tell you. It is often very hard to get those rewards in this opinion panel. They ask very specific questions, and if you do not qualify, or you are not consistent in your answers to the first couple of basic personal questions, then you only get partial credits which is about $1.00, in comparison to $5, $10, or even $25.00 which takes your 20 minutes to complete. I couldn't have a chance to utilize my time for such money since I was not qualified for that survey. Still, it is nice, realistic, no-spam opinion panel. Two thumbs up!!

Writing this blog is all about gaining the right to say, "I told you before," or "I heard about it!"
Here, I am earning partial credit for my thoughts. I thought about this before, but didn't have the resources to implement the idea. But, maybe somebody else had thought about this idea way before me, and they were preserving this idea in their wine storage to catch the most profitable, righteous time to open up the bottle. Remember my post about mind blogging, or mobile blogging. Here it is.
What is this jott about? Jott that!

From Steve Bass' words, "You're driving home or walking the dog and have a gem of an idea. If your mobile phone lets you, and you remember how, you can record the thought as a personal message. But there's a better way.

Use your speed dial to call Jott (877/568 8486). Talk for 30 seconds and Jott turns what you say into text -- and sends it to you as e-mail. Have other you'd like to send a Jott to? Just add their name and e-mail address to your Jott contact list."

I think it is a great idea, but I still cannot accept mobile service providers to charge minutes to dial 1-800 numbers. It is just not acceptable for me from a fair-talk point of view. What is fair talk? I don't know yet, but it is not right to charge minutes for toll free numbers :-)

Check out some of the recorded voices on their website. It is awesome, and I want to quote one of the voices;
J.M. says, "I really hope the lady that I just passed in traffic was eating a fruit cup but not a jello shot."
Funny, huh? Don't you have moments of thoughts when you want to jot(t) them down. I do!

As usual, there is a security risk for Jott. Nitesh Danjani from ONLamp.com reports about the spoofing of Caller ID and adds that "Twitter (and Jott) will have to weigh the security risk of this issue against the impact to the ease of use of their service." He has some great points of discussion. And, thanks to him, I learned about twittervision which can be very very addictive to just sit in front of your computer and read twitters' updates from around the world. It is an amazing service, I do not doubt that similar amazing technological advances on such websites will follow up.

About 30 minutes invested in this post, but I learned a lot, I hope, you too! Take care, don't drive under influence in the weekend. And, if you still didn't laugh at something, here is one Paris Hilton being incapable photo when I came across during my exploring for DUI pictures. Credits to Jalopnik.com which is a site about cars. Nice job! By the way, finally, I implemented the bookmarking and feeding feature to this blog. You can also do it through addthis.com, it is a FREE service. Thanks addthis!