Bux.To: Does It Work?

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The economy is in a bind, gas prices are through the roof, and the employment rate is growing each day. Because of this, many people are looking for ways to generate some extra cash to either have some spending money or to help pay with their necessary finances. Well, maybe there is an easy way to do it online.

Some of the most populated sites on the internet are those of the PTC type, or pay to click. Pay to click sites are sites that give users a very small amount for viewing a third party ad, or clicking on a text link and bringing them to an external site. Amongst the many out there, Bux.To is the most popular and supposedly the one that works the best. I have just signed up to try and see if it indeed does work.

Signing up is a breeze, just put in your email and some other information, and then you are automatically sent to the user panel. Here, you can browse ads, or check out the forums or even browse your own stats. When you click on an ad, it pops open a new tab or window and you have to let it sit for 30 seconds. Once it

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“The Happening” of the Possibility of My Loss of Respect for M. Night Shyamalan

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I am sorry for the long title.
The first thing that I would like to bring up is that the name of this blog has absolutely nothing to do with Shyamalan’s new bee infested film. I came up with “The Many Happenings” way before this film was even announced. Sure, I am a fan of the horror film director and writer, but I wouldn’t name my whole blog about his film, and this is why.
When M. Night Shyamalan became huge with The Sixth Sense back in 1999, he was said to be

The New and Ugly Google Favicon – It Looks Like a Toilet Seat

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It seems as if Google has just changed its favicon, (the little logo next to the address in the address bar,) and let me tell you, I am not fond of it at all. Sure, it does stand out more than the old one because now it has a small gradient behind it, but it doesn’t feel “Googlish” at all. To me, it looks like a toilet seat, and the bland purple coloring makes it even less attractive.

I am a Google fanboy, who isn’t?, and always will be, but this new favicon logo just bugs me. It’s like Google couldn’t figure out which “g” looks cooler in the logo; the capitalized G, or the lowercased g. The older one had a thin multicolored box around it, mirroring those that are in the logo, but this one just seems out of place, childish, and doesn’t really relate to the Google logo overall. What do you guys think? Do you like it? Does it really even matter?

Note: If you aren’t seeing the logo in your browser, do a hard cache refresh. (Control+F5 a few times.)

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