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Haabaa Affiliates Program takes off!

I’m happy to let you know Haabaa Website Directory has just started an Affliate Program. Now you can make money and help Haabaa grow at the same time! All you need to do is register and put a special link, text add or banner on your website. After that you’ll get a commission of each paid submission to Haabaa Website Directory. And there is a joining bonus!

Read more and join at:

Best wishes of happy and prosperous New Year 2007!

Kind Regards,


Saying Hi

Just popping in to say a big HI to everybody out there in directory land and beyond.

 I dont have as much time as i’d like but hope my bit helps. My work takes me all over the UK but also involves a lot of home based work so being involved with Haabaa help me relax and forget the hassles of business. I am also an editor for the Open Directory and have done a bit for joeant.

 Will try to pop in from time to time but if you want to get hold of me your best bet is email.


Take care


Welcome Robo

Team Haabaa was recently joined by Robo a volunteer editor at Haabaa UK Directory. Robo is a male aged 46 from the UK and a full time Disability Discrimination Act 1995 access assessor by profession. Hobbies include web design and optimisation. He is also a volunteer editor with the Open Directory Project dmoz.

We look forward to benefiting from Robo’s experience as a web editor for the UK section.

Cartoon about home entertainment system

Cartoon about home entertainment system

Home entertainment system

Google offers free to print books online

Google gives free online books!Search engine giant, Google is to allow users to download classic books in a PDF format, this makes the books easy to print thereby extending current Google book services which only allow users to read the books online. This service only offers books no longer under copyright. Google’s book search tool will let users print classics such as Victor Hugo’s Le miserable or Aesop’s Fables and other books that are out of copyright.

This announcement was greeted with mixed feelings from the book publishing community. Vicky Collins of Harper Collins told Radio 4 Today programme that making books widely available on the Internet is a good thing but argues that Google should also make copyrighted books available for their users to buy.