IrelandPosted by Bert 22 Nov, 2016 21:24:31
I'm very surprised, but I noticed that Google map is now Eircode Ready.
As City manager for EBT I came across an Eircode in Galway, that needed some coordinates. Using Google map I was surprised that it gave me straight away the right coordinates. Ofcourse I was not for sure, so I had to double check it with the 'Find or Check the Eircode' side
and it was true.
Be honest I was not expecting this, Maybe the Eircode is here for to stay
OthersPosted by Bert 25 Oct, 2016 12:12:21
Searching for my name (What Google said about me) I found the names of my Grandparents on my mothers side
It was on a Stamboom
(Genealogy Site) online from Wilma Alsemgeest
I wrote to here that I had some more information and there was some e-mail contact
She gave me more information and I passed it today to my neef (cousin) in Canada who has also a Stambook
By contacting on e-mail I discovered something. I changed my Broadband provider (Big trouble with my old provider) and they still sending my my e-mails from my old e-mail address but I can't send e-mails, so I had to create an e-mail address to send
City ProfilesPosted by Bert 25 Oct, 2016 11:48:24
For someone who can't write Greece and even don't know how to type the Greece characters from the keyboard to is it hard to try to plot for Greece.
Luckly we can copy and past with the computer ;)
I think Elmo did entered all the Greece notes who his parents collected for him during there holidays (Sorry Elmo, for one or two profiles I had to go to the note entering for double check I I was on the write spot)
Yesterday I searched for a lot of Greece places and put it in the (hopefully) right dot
StaticsPosted by Bert 20 Oct, 2016 00:55:38
Just checked my webstats and I was suprised that I had 128 Visitors today.
114 Visitors did come from California and 14 from Germany.
I don't understand the Visitors from Californie, because I did not promote my site (web-address) and they have nothing to do with the Euro.
But I don't mind, every one is welcome
EurobilltrackerPosted by Bert 17 Oct, 2016 16:16:09
Today I've entered € 1.000.000,-- in EBT.
All that money was going through my hands.
The result is that I'm still an poor man behind an old computer
(Stats on the EBT site in dutch )
" Je hebt 63 080
biljetten ingegeven, gemiddeld 12.93
per dag. Dit betekent dat je meer biljetten hebt ingegeven dan 99.82
% van de EBT gebruikers, en nu nummer 362
in de ranglijst bent!
De totale waarde van alle ingegeven biljetten bedraagt 1 000 000
EUR. De gemiddelde waarde van jouw biljetten bedraagt 15.85
Je bent op 3041 verschillende dagen actief geweest, 62% van alle dagen sinds je 4878 dagen geleden voor het eerst geregistreerd bent!
Je hebt biljetten van 235
plaatsen en 9
landen ingegeven. "
EurobilltrackerPosted by Bert 16 Oct, 2016 22:02:56
Today I recieved a € 500,-- note, You don't see them verry often in a grocery shop, put I was able to give them change and I was able to write the serial number and shortcode down.
In the begin of the week I crawl to get my Million Euro entered. This gives me a nice boost, maybe I reach that milestone tomorrow
City ProfilesPosted by Bert 16 Oct, 2016 21:58:12
I thought Hollyday season is over, but I think there is an EBTer on Holydays in Greece.
As a City Manager from EBT I can see all the new combinations from City names / Postcode entered in EBT.
Yesterday and Today I saw a lot of Greece names (In Greece characters) popping up in EBT. I can't read or write Greece, but thanks to Google Map I can place and read (translate) the names.
I noticed that non of my fellow City Managers was taking care of Greece, So I diceded to give it a try, although in Euro time I was never in Greece. (I did some Island Hopping when I was Young way before the Euro
The names of the Greece City profiles are in two languages. One in European characters and one in Greece characters. So I had an other problem. How to Translate the european name to the greece name. Luckely I found a greece postal code site with an EN and an EI Button
So with the help of Google Map, Greece Postal Code Site and Wiki link I try to order the Greece Profiles
OthersPosted by Bert 14 Oct, 2016 00:32:12
I found my old Blog
I started it in 2004 and did manage to continued it till 2005
Half Dutch and Half English.
I know I'm not that good in maintain a blog but I do my best