Darren Straight's Blog

ICT Enthusiast and photographer.

By - Darren Straight

The Doritos Dodgeball Challenge – Slam a Celeb Hour!

From the 1st May a very unique gaming experience will be taking place. Members of the public will be able to log on and with a click of a mouse, fire live dodgeballs at live competing celebrities and teams. Every hit, near miss and eye watering moment will be streamed live to you computer. One for the diaries! At 4pm

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New Search Engine Oparla Launches With First Cash Draw For Users

Oparla, the all new search engine that pays users to surf the net, marked its launch this week with its first ever daily cash payout. The inaugural prize draw was made by the engine’s founder, British entrepreneur Daniel Jupp at Oparla headquarters in London and saw one registered user win a lump sum for choosing Oparla to find information online.

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Who Have You Outlived?

Have you seen the Dead At Your Age website yet? it’s a website where you can enter your date of birth and it will show you interesting people you have outlived. Here’s what it said about me below: You are 23 years and 307 days old today. At your exact age, Ian Curtis died of suicide by hanging. He was a lead singer

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Top 10 Search Keyphrases for March 2009

1502 different keyphrases were used to find my site in March 2009, here are the top 10 with the amount of times they were used plus their overall usage percentage. 1502 different keyphrases Search Percent darren 702 22.2 % vtunnel 134 4.2 % planets solar system 101 3.2 % darrenstraight 70 2.2 % o2 xda orbit 2 34 1 % vtunell

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Babcock Ranch Florida 100% Powered Solar City

Raising the initiative of a sustainable, environmentally sensitive, green community to new heights, Babcock Ranch (The City of Tomorrow) is planned to be the first city to be 100% powered by the sun, with the majority of its electric needs generated from the largest on-site solar photovoltaic energy facility powering any city on earth.  By consuming less KW hours than