Cancer research get ad money this time

As you might know, I give all of my ad income to charity. Last payment from Google, $ 129, has gone to cancer research, more specifically Cancerfonden. I don't write this to brag or appear all-that-fantastic, but since I state that the money go to charity, I just want to be completely open with how much and to what charity I give money when I get the payment from Google AdSense. That's it, now go watch Heroes or something... :-)
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6 Comments

  • Eric says:

    watching parlamentet s16e10. löjligt roligt!

  • How did you know I have a Heroes addiction?

    Seriously though, I haven't actually had time to watch the latest episode … my Rails projects are just too darned stimulating to watch TV.

  • Steven Clark says:

    Giving back to the community is a good thing to do indeed Robert. Also, helping struggling Not for Profit Organisations who otherwise couldn't get their message out is one of my passions. I think more people / businesses should be socially conscious.

    That being said… Heroes is great stuff. Its getting back to real television (not just murder shows and reality TV rubbish – OK I do like sitcoms too)… shows like X Files, Millennium and even back to Twin Peaks… yep I'm old. :)

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Eric,

    Parlamentet definitely has its moments!

    Morgan, Steven,

    Yes, Heroes is really good, still (as opposed to Prison Break, which is going downhill fast). And, oh, Steven: X-files, Millenium and Twin Peaks rocks!

  • Deborah says:

    Thanks for the update about the funding for the charity. I visited their site, and was pleasantly surprised to be able to read the home page in English, which I didn't expect, since it's the Swedish Cancer Society website.

    My family are "Heroes" fans, while for some reason, I just don't get into the show. Ah, well, different tastes.

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Deborah,

    Give Heroes time! Join us! :-)

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