Showing posts with label fun. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fun. Show all posts

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Happens Amazingly.......


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Sunday, January 8, 2012

Tricks with GOOGLE

All google Tricks :

GO TO GOOGLE....

1> Type in “Google Gravity” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky”(wait a sec to experience the effect of gravity.)

2> Type in “elgoog”and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky” (the Mirror effect is on.)

3> Type in “Google Sphere” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky” (see the spinning effect.

4> Type in “who is the cutest” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky” (see who’s so cute and beautiful/handsome.)

5> Type in “Google Loco” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky” (see what’s moving.)

6> Type in “ LOL Limewire” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky” (see that you are as a pirate.)

7> Type in “Epic Google” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky”

8> Type in “Rainbow google” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky”

9> Type in “Google pacman” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky”

10> Type in “Google color (Ex: pink,blue)” and click on “I’m Feeling Lucky”

11> Type in “weenie google” click on “I’m Feeling Lucky”
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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Maintain your dairy in better way


Do you keep a diary (or the more manly version…a journal or chronicles)? Or do you wish to keep notes where the notes keep the date automatically? Well here is an awesome trick for you. All you need is notepad.
1) Open a blank notepad file.
2) Type .LOG in all caps at the top and hit enter.
3) Now save the file.
4) After closing the file, reopen it and notice that the date & time is now listed on the second line.
5) Also notice that the cursor is ready for you to start typing on the very next line.
6) Now every time you open it, type something on the next line and then save it, when you reopen it, it will have automatically saved the date and time on the last line.
CentralBeat.com - Cheap Diary
It keeps a running record of date and time for each save. Now you have a cheap diary! Congrats!
Commit a random act of awesomeness.

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F18 cockpit footage makes you want to be a fighter pilot


I wanted to be a pilot

It’s something 99% of us will never experience, and at the same time anyone getting the opportunity will probably find every roller-coaster boring afterwards. But through the use of a GoPro camera, we can all get a better idea of what it’s like to sit inside an F-18 during take-off and in flight.
The speed of such a craft can’t really be imagined unless you’ve been in something similar on the ground, such as in a very fast car on a track day. Even then, you won’t get the sense of maneuverability as can be seen when the other F-18 pulls a left turn during the video and just disappears. I also like the way those droplets of water disappear from the canopy when both engines kick in for take-off.
In an age that sees us need to replace our computers every few years, and where we change our cars on a similar schedule, it’s incredible to think the F-18 Super Hornet has been flying since 1995. The smaller Hornet model has been flying since 1978. The supersonic jet can reach Mach 1.8 (1,190mph) and carries bombs, missiles, and a Vulcan nose-mounted gatling gun firing 20mm rounds. The range of the Super Hornet is 2,346km.
I’m not sure what the exact GoPro model used was to capture this footage, but it doesn’t do the brand any harm to see it inside a jet. The footage is excellent, with no noticeable loss of quality even when capturing the rolls and loops the F-18 is performing.
So, who wants to be a fighter pilot?

K@run@

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Fun: How to Hunt Elephants


MATHEMATICIANS hunt elephants by going to Africa, throwing out everything that is not an elephant, and catching one of whatever is left.
EXPERIENCED MATHEMATICIANS will attempt to prove the existence of at least one unique elephant before proceeding to step 1 as a subordinate exercise.
PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS will prove the existence of at least one unique elephant and then leave the detection and capture of an actual elephant as an exercise for their graduate students.
COMPUTER SCIENTISTS hunt elephants by exercising Algorithm A:
  1. Go to Africa.
  2. Start at the Cape of Good hope.
  3. Work northward in an orderly manner, traversing the continent alternately east and west.
  4. During each traverse pass,
    1. Catch each animal seen.
    2. Compare each animal caught to a known elephant.
    3. Stop when a match is detected.
EXPERIENCED COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS modify Algorithm A by placing a known elephant in Cairo to ensure that the algorithm will terminate.
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMERS prefer to execute Algorithm A on their hands and knees.
DATABASE ADMINISTRATORS do not need to go out and capture elephants when they can retrieve them simply with an ad hoc query:
   SELECT * FROM AFRICAN_CRITTERS 
   2 WHERE CRITTER_TYPE = 'TERRESTRIAL' 
   3 AND SIZE = 'LARGE' 
   4 AND COLOR = 'GRAY' 
   5 AND TRUNK ='YES' 
   6 AND ODOR IS NOT NULL;
ENGINEERS hunt elephants by going to Africa, catching gray animals at random, and stopping when any one of them weighs within plus or minus 15 percent of any previously observed elephant.
SYSTEMS INTEGRATION ENGINEERS are not so concerned with hunting elephants as with creating a seamless interface between the elephants and their environment.
ECONOMISTS don't hunt elephants, but they believe that if elephants are paid enough, they will hunt themselves.
STATISTICIANS hunt the first animal they see N times and call it an elephant.
CONSULTANTS don't hunt elephants, and many have never hunted anything at all, but they can be hired by the hour to advise those people who do.
OPERATIONS RESEARCH CONSULTANTS can also measure the correlation of hat size and bullet color to the efficiency of elephant-hunting strategies, if some one else will only identify the elephants.
POLITICIANS don't hunt elephants, but they will share the elephants you catch with the people who voted for them.
LAWYERS don't hunt elephants, but they do follow the herds around arguing about who owns the droppings.
SOFTWARE LAWYERS will claim that they own an entire herd based on the look and feel of one dropping.
VICE PRESIDENTS OF ENGINEERING, RESEARCH, AND DEVELOPMENT try hard to hunt elephants, but their staffs are designed to prevent it. When the vice president does get to hunt elephants, the staff will try to ensure that all possible elephants are completely pre-hunted before the vice president sees them. If the vice president does see a non-pre-hunted elephant, (in other words, a live one) the staff will:
  1. compliment the vice president's keen eyesight and
  2. enlarge itself to prevent any recurrence.
SENIOR MANAGERS set broad elephant-hunting policy based on the assumption that elephants are just like field mice, but with deeper voices.
QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTORS ignore the elephants and look for mistakes the other hunters made when they were packing the jeep.
SALES PEOPLE don't hunt elephants but spend their time selling elephants they haven't caught, for delivery two days before the season opens.
SOFTWARE SALES PEOPLE ship the first thing they catch and write up an invoice for an elephant.
HARDWARE SALES PEOPLE catch rabbits, paint them gray, and sell them as desktop elephants.
GRADUATE STUDENTS don't hunt elephants, but they sure enjoy driving around in jeeps.

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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Dream Game for most children

Luck Favors The Brave--Dare To Die
Every child at his childhood will think about flying, this made advancements in video and computer gaming even in play stations.The most craziest games all over the world for which even online buyers are more are flight simulating games and War games.Thus the online buyers for games like call of duty,Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters, and so on are reaching their peak customers limit and was at saturated state.......
----So now a revolutionized gaming with better graphics will play an important role in today's market.
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Saturday, November 26, 2011

How does fire behave in zero gravity?

Amazingly found 


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Thursday, November 24, 2011

How to Run Your Business Online With $10 (and a Google Account)


Online infrastructure for your small business doesn't have to be complicated or expensive. By leveraging many of the free and inexpensive products offered by Google, you can create a website, a domain-branded e-mail system, and a document collaboration platform, all unified under one master login and password.

Once all of the virtual wires are connected, these services are extremely user-friendly, allowing anyone with a bit of web knowledge to become the "system administrator" for their office.

Follow the steps below, and you'll be on your way to a customizable and scalable business infrastructure that lives where your employees do: in the cloud.

1. The Master Key: Your Google Account

Create a free consumer-level Google account (essentially, a Gmail address) that you'll use to administer your business domain.

This could be your existing Gmail address, but if you already have other Google products connected to this account (YouTube, Docs, Blogger, etc.), we recommend creating a new profile --yourbusinessname@gmail.com, for example.

Note that for the purposes of this tutorial, this will not be the e-mail address that you'll be using to conduct business and correspond with clients. Consider it the "Master Key" account, which you will use to access the rest of your domain. Be sure to choose a strong but memorable password.

2. Create a Blogger Site


Head over to blogger.com. Log in with your "Master" Google account, and you'll have the opportunity to create a blog on this popular Google-owned platform. Using a blog as your company website has a number of advantages:

  • The platform is free.
  • The backend is easy to use, so anyone can update or change it.
  • Your data can be accessed from any web browser, as opposed to more complicated FTP software.
  • Custom templates can get your site looking good even if you don't have web design experience.
  • Integrating elements from your business's social media presence is a breeze.
This blog will eventually become your business website, so title it with your company's name. The blog URL is less important because we will be mapping it to your custom domain in the next step, but for consistency, create yourbusinessname.blogspot.com, if available.

Choose the default template for now (we'll be customizing it later). Once you've set up the blog, you'll be taken to the Dashboard, which is where you can start creating content for the site.

You'll have to decide: Do you want a traditional informational business site (with pages, links, etc.)? Or do you want to keep the blog format and create content on a regular basis? We urge you to choose the latter -- business blogging is one of the best ways to distinguish yourself in any field or industry. If you decide to stick with this format, you're off and running. Experiment with your content and layout, and skip ahead for some resources on finding the perfect template design.

If you've decided to stick with a more classic site layout without the blogging format for content creation, you can still utilize the Blogger content management system (CMS). Simply create one blog post that will serve as your home page. Title it accordingly, and add information about your business.

In your dashboard, choose "Design." The "Page Elements" screen is where you can manage and rearrange the items that appear on your site. In the box labeled "Blog Posts," click "Edit" to bring up a list of settings. Since you will only be creating one blog post to act as your home page, uncheck all the items on the "Post Page Options" list. This will remove things like the date, time, and sharing options, and format the entry like a simple page, rather than a post. As this will be your only entry, it will always appear on your home page.

To create static pages (About Us, Contact Us, etc.), click the "Posting" tab and then select "Edit Pages." Pages are formatted like posts, but will not appear as part of the blog feed. Instead, they can be arranged like traditional navigation links at the top of your site. You can also configure the order in which they appear, and whether certain pages are visibly linked in this navigation.

Note that Blogger utilizes Picasa to host images. You can upload post images and business header logos directly through the Blogger interface, but if you want to manage your images more directly bookmark the Picasa Web Albums site, and simply log in with your master Google account to see the Blogger album(s).

3. Design Your Site


Now for the fun part. You don't have to be a web designer to build a great looking blog. There are plenty of free template resources available, particularly for the Blogger platform.

We've previously highlighted some of our favorites, many of which are clean and versatile -- perfect for business use. Additional quality templates can be found on these sites:

You'll need to download the template XML file and upload it to your blog. Under the "Design" tab, choose "Edit HTML." This is an area where advanced users can make more specific tweaks. For now, you can upload the template of your choice by selecting the downloaded file and hitting "Upload." This will change the look and layout of your site, but the content itself (Posts, Pages, etc.) will be unchanged.

Note that templates utilize different layouts and page elements. Changing or altering your template will never erase your content, but it may arrange it in a way that's undesirable. You should always download a backup copy of your current XML template before installing a new one. That way, you can revert back to it if something goes awry.

As you become more familiar with how templates and blog elements work, you may want to do some further customization by tweaking the XML and HTML in your layouts and posts.

4. Register and Map Your Custom Domain With Google Apps


Now for the overhead cost. A whopping $10 will allow you to register your custom domain through Google with one of its registrar partners. Domain registration should be a top priority for all businesses these days, and setting up shop with Google offers the added benefit of its integrated apps -- an e-mail, calendar and document system identical to the free products on the web, but which operate within your custom domain.

From your Blogger dashboard, click "Settings," then "Publishing." Currently, you're publishing on the "Blogspot" domain, but click the link that says "Switch to: Custom Domain." This will take you through the process of checking your domain's availability and making the purchase with a credit card. Because you are doing this directly through your Blogger account, the system will map your site to the new domain name automatically -- no DNS manipulation is required.

Once you've registered yourbusinessname.com, you'll have the opportunity to set up your employees' accounts -- up to 50 of them, as needed. Explore the administrator backend to find out what other settings and features might be useful for your company's workflow.

5.Conclusion

You're off and running with a complete, cloud-based business infrastructure that you can customize and administer from any browser with one Google account and password. As you begin to experiment with more online content, your master Google account connects you to a host of other useful products like YouTube, Google Voice, and AdWords -- all of which can easily be integrated on your site, and all "live under one roof," so to speak.

For $10 and a bit of DIY time investment, this is a small business web solution that's certainly worth experimenting with.
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