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Friday, September 28, 2007

Ten Modern Wonders of India

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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Google Newyork Office Pictures

Photos From Google NewYork Office

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Interesting blog Facts

1.The term “weblog” was coined by Jorn Barger on 17 December 1997.”

2.The term “Blog” was coined by Peter Merholz in 1999.

3.Evan Williams and Meg Hourihan (Pyra Labs) launched in August 1999.

4.Google purchased Blogger in February 2003.

5.Over 12 million American adults currently maintain a blog.

6.The highest amount of blog readers are Canadian.

7.46% of bloggers are women.

8.54 % of bloggers are men.

9.80% of all livejournal users are from the United States of America.

10.The most popular blogger in the world is that of Chinese actress Xu Jinglei.
With more than 50 million clicks it tops the "Technorati" billboard.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Corporate Headquarters Part I

Adobe Headquarters.
345 Park Avenue,
Down town
San Jose

Advanced Micro Devices Headquarters,
1 AMD Place,

American honda headquarters

Apple Headquarters.
1 Infinitive Loop,

BMW headquarters

Cisco Systems Headquarters.
170 West Tasman Drive,
San Jose

Compaq headquarter

Daimler Chrysler

Dell headquarters
Round Rock,

Ebay Headquarters,
2145 Hamilton Avenue,
San Jose

Monday, September 24, 2007

Infosys CEO Narayana Murthys Home

Friday, September 21, 2007

Some Useful Websites

Here I list down some of the websites which found recent days which may help you as well.

1. Are you interested on eBooks? Here a site with lots of free eBooks.
As of now there are 16,502 eBooks online. Just for free. Have a look.

2. Another website with whole bunch of eBooks.

3. Even though you don’t have heavy applications like Photoshop you could still do some little bit of photo editing with out any software but going online. Have a look at this site.You can edit your pictures online. No tools necessary.

4. List of softwares are available for free download here.

5. Netizens are together building up an online library over here.
Looking for a document, thesis, or an article etc?.Search here.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

How to recover deleted files?

Usually when we delete a file or folder on Windows, it goes to recycle bin. Any time we could get it back from recycle bin. But what if you emptied recycle bin.
Not to worry. Still there is hope. Even after emptying recycle bin these deleted files will be there some where in your hard drive. By using some special utilities you can restore them back. Here is a best free utility which doest it all. Just download and run it. Not required to install on your PC. You would get all your deleted files back.
Download it here

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Wibree - Bluetooth's Progeny

Bluetooth has been used to and still being used to connect your wireless headset with your cell phone, to send and receive files between two mobiles or to exchange files between two laptops. But then the use of Bluetooth has its limitations in the sense that it can be used only for big systems like laptops, mobiles and handhelds but not for small systems like watches, pens or for the blood pressure monitors, which can be worn around the neck. Sophisticated items such as these cant use Bluetooth to connect to other computer systems or cell phones. Because Bluetooth needs more room, this in turn will make these essentially small electronic objects bigger.

Miniature Gadgets such as watches can also communicate via radio signals with a computer with the help of a new technology called "Wibree".
It's also known as "Ultra Low Power Bluetooth Technology". This is the dream project of Nokia, the cell phone giant. Because of this technology even smallest of contraptions can communicate with computers or mobile phones. Its strength lies in its feature that it uses only small amount of power for its communication. As of now it can travel up to 10 mts, utmost 1MBps.

Lately many football players have collapsed and died on the field while playing. To monitor such players and also to monitor elderly people who live alone, especially to monitor them wirelessly this technology will be highly useful very soon in the future. Let's wait and see.

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