Wednesday, 21 August 2013

How to send free sms through your regular email.

On of the most used way of electronic communication is the use of sms.
You can send sms from your email to any mobile number for free. All you need is to know the number's carrier or gateway.
don't panic yet. I will explain.
In Nigeria for instance, MTN, GLO, AIRTEL... are all carriers. Each of them have their gateway address
The goodnews is that you can send free sms from Nigeria to the U.S, U.K, Australia, SouthAfrica... through your regular emai. I.e your yahoomail, gmail, e.t.c
The sad part is that you can't send it to a Nigeria network. This is because our Network carriers(mtn, glo...) have hidden their gateway. But no problem. You can send unlimited and free sms through your email to your people abroad.
Okay! Enough of beating about the bush. Lets get straight to business
The format is:
For example, to send to a person whose carrier is ATT Wireless(U.S) and whose phone no is 0162862858 (this number is assumed),
I will send the email to the address: is the gateway for ATT wireless.
Here is a brief list of other network Gateways:
where n reps phone number
United States
  • Teleflip:
  • Alltel:
  • Ameritech:
  • ATT Wireless:
  • Cingular:

You can get a complete List of the gateways here
Conclusion So that's that. Mail the message to their phone. It quite preferable to recieve the message as sms/mms.
But note that 1 out of 10 of those carriers will charge the reciepient. So like i said 1/10. Most wont charge.
Sorry for the Long notes and thanks for reading.
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How to add a donation button to your website. Not paypal.

Many dont know that it is still possible to add a donation, subscription and buy button to your website in Nigeria.
If you want to sell online or you want to put up a donation link on your site in Nigeria, use alertpay/payza.
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Saturday, 10 August 2013

Yet another lesson from the temptation of Jesus Christ

 The true story of the temptation of our Lord Jesus Christ is definately not a new story as majority of we christains know about it.
  So many lessons have been extracted from that story(matthew 4:1-11). It teaches us the best ways to fighting temptations--through the word of God.
Yet there is one lesson also that someone pointed out. It really struck me.
The first temptation was that of turning the stone to bread. This is where we will dwell on here.
Jesus having fasted for 40 days and night was very hungry. The devil came and asked that Jesus turned the stone to bread. I dont think this was a wrong suggestion. He was hungry, then why not provide food for yourself.
The truth of the matter is that the suggestion of turning the stone to bread was not a bad one, but rather its source was a bad one.
The suggestion came from the devil.
Jesus knew very well that nothing good can come from satan. He is full of deceit.
My point is: when some ideas, suggestions, thought... comes in, make sure you check its source. Make sure you are sure it is not a trick of the devil.
As the saying goes: "not all that glitters is gold".
One needs to be careful each time we make a descision. Let it agree with our spirit. Let God approve of it.

From me:
"Not all gold glitters".


Friday, 9 August 2013

Medical experts reveal: Cleaning the inside of your ear is bad. Stop it!

I was at a gathering recently when a medical expert was brought to talk on personal hygiene.
He gave the normal and expected rules except for that regarding the ear.
According to him, cleaning the ear is bad and even harmful to the ear. I went on further research to see if such a claim was true. I ended up googling it up and discovered its validity--its true.
According toThe Telegraph:
“In most circumstances, wax is actually beneficial to the ear,” says Simon Baer, a consultant ear, nose and throat surgeon at the Conquest Hospital in Hastings.“It causes foreign bodies to adhere to it, preventing them from going further into the ear, and it has anti-bacterial properties. Removing it is like taking the wax off the surfaceof polished wooden furniture.It makes the delicate underlying skin of the ear more susceptible to infection.” Of course, some people have way too much earwax, but that’s rare. Certainly not common enough to support the huge earwax removal industry.

“There’s no need to clean your ears with a cotton bud,” writes Dr. Rob Hicks. “The ear has its own internal cleaning mechanism. Fats and oils in the ear canal trap any particles and transport them out of the ear as wax. This falls out of the ear without us noticing.” Besides, ear wax isn’t dirt. It’s supposed to be there.


How to check your May/June waec 2013 result online

Here is the procedure of checking your WAEC result online:
1. Buy WAEC scratch card from any authorised dealer.
2. Go to WAEC official website,
>>Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number.
(this is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789)
>>Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year, for example 2013
>>Select the Type of Examination (MAY/JUNE WASSCE)
>>Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.
>>Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card
>>Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up

Thursday, 8 August 2013

May/June 2013 waec result released

The WAEC on Wednesday released the full results of 1,543,683 candidates who sat for its May/ June 2013 Secondary School Certificate Examination.
The number represents 91.38 per cent of 1,689,188 candidates who registered for the examination.
The Head of National Office (HNO) of WAEC, Dr Charles Eguridu, announced the results on Wednesday when he addressed a new s conference in Lagos. Eguridu said 889,636 candidates obtained six credits and above, while 1,074,065 others obtained five credits and above.
According to him, the results of 145,505 others, representing 8.62 per cent, were being processed due to some errors. “These errors are traceable to the candidates as well as their schools in the course of registration or writing the examination.’’ The HNO explained that such errors were being corrected by the council to enable the affected candidates to get their results fully processed and released subsequently.