A new entry into the Thailand Video Blog Series. Today I meet up with James while he is doing laundry downstairs and then we walk to 711 so I can get some more coffee. It’s the MOST INTERESTING thing you’ll EVER see!!
Feel free to leave comments on Facebook or on my YouTube Channel. No promises, but I will try to make one new short Thailand video per week. I’m also doing a little bit better financially so I’ll be able to spend a little more time putting personal and unique content on my blog and less advertisements from Fiverr and stuff.
One of my friends made me aware of some of the recent happenings with the Megaupload FBI bust last week as they seized everyone’s records and have started making a few arrests. This is pretty crazy, I made a video for his channel talking about some of the issues at hand. I’m curious as to everyone else’s opinion on these issues. Feel free to comment on the YouTube video here : Megaupload FBI bust by going directly to his channel.
Is SOPA really buried or will the government bring it back in a different way and try to disguise it so it’s not as threatening and sneak it in as part of another bill like they kept trying to do… and eventually succeeded with the poker bill, aka Black Friday! I don’t know what the future holds, and I don’t see anything I can personally do about it except just sit and see what happens… right? commnets?
A few people have been asking me how I’ve been doing this (Hiding my IP address) so I figured I’d make a quick post and then forget about it. Being in Thailand, I have to be able to hide my ip address because there are so many stupid blocks on sites. Not even talking about porn, but regular sites that are blocked here. I also would of liked this back home to be able to access certain sites by virtually connecting through other country severs to disguise my IP address.
VPN – Virtual Private Network
I set up a VPN, took less than 5 minutes and I just click a button and pick one of 48 countries to connect to. I can log into Facebook and make it look like I’m from almost anywhere in the world. So basically, I could be in Vegas right now and make people believe I’m in Thailand
But that’s not the case. Anyway, this is The Virtual Private Network that I use, feel free to ask me any questions about it. I’ve been using it for about 4 months. Here are a few pictures below. I just open it, pick a country and hit connect. Then I can disconnect at anytime, choose a different country, yadda yadda yadda.
I also wrote an article 2 months ago on my How to website called the same thing How can I hide my IP address if you want more information on it. OR… you can just msg me on facebook or here, whatever.
My birthday was a couple of days ago and while I won’t divulge my real age and I just wanted to thank everyone for the birthday wishes and e-cards. I never really thought about it too much before, but birthday e-cards and videos are a pretty cool and a good idea.
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Brisbane plumber gives some basic handyman Tips
Brisbane plumber can help with a disaster that happens at home, water pouring in everywhere can do a great deal of damage If you and your family know what to do in such an emergency, you can prevent much damage from occurring.
In any case, if you don’t already know them, make a list of emergency telephone numbers for the Brisbane Plumber or handyman services, the water board, as well as gas services if you require them.
The first and most important thing to do any emergency is to CUT OFF THE WATER SUPPLY. Once this is done, you can take time to locate the problem and do something about it. Now, before you call Brisbane Plumber,make a tour of the house and locate the water cut-off valves. Make sure everyone in the family is familiar with them.
The mains valve is the most important. It is usually located close to where the water supply enters your property. The meter may be attached to it or nearby. Other Brisbane Plumber fixtures should ideally have their own cut-off valves but not all are that well equipped. Once you locate the cut-off points mark them clearly and make sure everyone knows which way to turn them to cut off the water supply quickly.
All valves, especially the main one, should be checked regularly by Brisbane plumber to ensure they work effectively and do not leak. Valves which get little use tend to corrode and it is better to replace them in your own time than find out in an emergency that the valve does not turn. Penetrating oil can be applied to stubborn valves to get them turning again.
In the event of flooding, you can call in Brisbane Plumber, but before they arrive check if there is any chance of water coming into contact with electrical components (a fatal combination), switch off the main power source to the house before attempting to deal with the water. In any case, always out off the heating source to a water heater if the tank is to be drained. Refill the tank before turning the heater back on.
If pipes burst above a ceiling, the resulting body of water can cause the ceiling to collapse. Use a perforating tool to puncture the ceiling in several places and put saucepans and buckets underneath to catch the drips. You will definitely need the services of Brisbane Plumber.