Saturday, 31 May 2008

GPRS Settings for Nokia Phones in BSNL

Hi friends,

This is a major mess in india, That BSNL don't provide GPRS settings for the most cellphones, espacially of nokia.
On this post i will provide you the GPRS settings that will work on most phones.
  1. Open Packet Data settings of your phone
  2. Select Edit active access point
  3. Select "Alias for access point" and write Bsnlgprs, save it
  4. Now goto Packet Data access point and write in some phones it'll not work, use BSNLNET as access point instead), and save it also
Now here comes the main work
  1. Goto Menu, Settings, Configuration
  2. Select Personal Configuration Settings, and select Web
  3. write the following things, leave blank if not mentioned here

    Bsnl Gprs
    Home Page
    Use preffered access point

  4. Now open Access point settings, and write the things given below

    Data Bearer
    Packet Data

  5. Select bearer settings now

    Packet Data Access point (for phones it didn't worked, as mentioned earlier try BSNLNET)
    Network Type
    IPv4 (you can change it, does not effect the GPRS)
    Authentication Type

  6. and Now dont forgot to select "Personal Config." in Menu, Settings, Configuration, Default configuration Settings.

  7. restart the cellphone after you have done this, Now start the GPRS Voila! you have connected and dont forget to check this blog again for new things.

If you want to have internet on your computer, from the phone, using it as an external modem,
  1. First add, and check that you have all the necessary things installed and properly functioning.
  2. If you're using a data cable to connect phone, install necessary drivers.
  3. Once connected the driver should automatically explore the phone for services, and substantially it'll also find out of the internet connectivity of your phone.
  4. Next step, go to control panel, phone and modem options, Modem tab.
  5. There'll be a list of modems, select the one with your phone's name on it.
  6. Go to it's properties, Advanced Tab.
  7. In Extra Initalization Commands, Type at+cgdcont=1,"ip","bsnlnet","",0,0
  8. if bsnlnet is not the access point for you, have in its place.

NOTE: settings only support Web, they will not support mobile applications that requires Internet connection to open and remember a thing that Manual settings of GPRS do NOT support internet applications of cellphone(yahoo! go, G' Maps, e.t.c)

Friday, 30 May 2008

Why dont we Remeber Dreams??

Hello This is the new stuff of the site, in this you will see the answers of some not so common but answerable and intresting questions two times in a week

And today's Question is

Why is it that some people remember their dreams when they wake and some dont remember their dreams?
You dream only during the last third of a sleep cycle (each cycle last about 1h30). If you wake up while you're dreaming and then concentrate right away about remembering the dream you just had, then you will remember those dreams.

I you wake up during the other two thirds of your sleep cycle, the parts where you do not dream, then you won't remember any dreams.

If you want to remember your dreams, you have to wake up naturally, without an alarm clock and being awake by an outside noise or any other disturbance. You wake up naturally at the end of your last cycle, which is when you just dreamt. Then you concentrate on your dream and the more you think about it, the more you remember.
Dreams are not meant to be remembered by the mind. You need to consciously concentrate to remember them.

People who never remember their dreams are just people who do not concentrate when waking up while they were dreaming or most likely, they wake up with the radio and miscalculated their sleep cycles. Like if you put the alarm clock to wake you up in 7 or 8 hours, you will likely wake up in the wrong part of the sleep cycle. They should sleep 6 or 7h30 (any multiple of 1h30), not 7 or 8. Also somebody being awaken after 8 hours by the alarm will be more sleepy than somebody being awaken after 6 or 7h30 hours, because you feel much more rested if you just finished a cycle.

Hope you will like it

Saturday, 24 May 2008


Don't be confused, firstly try to pronounciate the heading of the post

this is the name of the Longest disease
find out more at Wikipedia
and dont guess the disease as the longest word

The world's longest word is of 189,819 letters!
It is the chemical name of longest known protein, it's nickname is Tintin
See its full name Here

The longest word in English depends upon the definition of what constitutes an English word. English allows new words to be formed by construction; long words are coined; place names may be considered words; technical terms may be arbitrarily long. Length can be in terms of orthography and number of written letters or phonology and the number of phonemes.

Letters Pros Cons

189,819 Chemical name of longest known protein Technical; not in dictionary; disputed whether it is a word

183 Longest word coined by a major author Coined; not in dictionary; Greek transliteration

85 Longest officially recognized place name Place name; not in a major dictionary

45 Longest word in a major dictionary Technical; coined to be the longest word

30 Longest non-coined word in a major dictionary Technical

29 Longest nontechnical word Coined

28 Longest non-coined and nontechnical word

27 Longest word in Shakespeare's works

Interesting Huh!!
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Do a Backflip - wikiHow

Do a Backflip - wikiHow

How to Do a Backflip

from wikiHow - The How to Manual That You Can Edit

Back-flips are a basic intermediate gymnastics maneuver that many people have trouble doing. The back-flip, also known as the back-tuck due to the importance of the leg tuck, is a 360° backwards rotation from a stand. There are three parts to the back-flip: the jump, the tuck and the landing. Just knowing how to do a correct back-flip is usually not enough. To do this move safely and well you will need to make sure you have adequate strength and training. Some people will train on a trampoline, jump mat or diving board. While these might be fun they can create bad physical habits that may make executing an actual gymnastic back flip more difficult. The back-flip is dangerous. You can seriously injure or even disable yourself if you do it wrong. In this wikiHow we will look at the regulation gymnastic back-flip and what you need to do to get there. Make sure you jump really high; that's the key.


Train for the back flip
  1. Get a spotter or coach who is trained in gymnastics. A coach is essential if you do not quite have the skills or strength to do a back-flip as they will help you avoid a nasty fall. Find somebody strong enough to catch you out of the air.
  2. Listen to your coach. He or she will probably help you with a few basic drills to build up to your back tuck. These could include jumping backwards onto your back on a mat, or using a wedge or cheese mat.
  3. A back-flip requires great arm, leg and stomach strength and good "air-sense".
  4. Practice in a harness on a trampoline to develop better air sense. But be warned, a trampoline is a lot easier than on ground, so think twice before you're ready to perform a flip on land.
  5. Develop strength using planche exercises. A planche is where you can support your body with your hands (and arms and stomach) muscles while sitting. Planche muscles can be developed using:
    • Bench presses with parallel arms.
    • Lateral pull downs.
    • Leg lifts on the high bars.

  6. Barbell squats, deadlifts, and plyometrics will help you improve your jump.
  7. A tucked pull-over from a hang on a horizontal t-bar is a good practice not only for the strength, but also for the technique required for a good back-flip. The skills needed for this exercise will help you move your body correctly.
  8. Naturally good diet, nutrition and cardiovascular fitness are required.

Do a back-flip
  1. Stretch thoroughly before you begin. Otherwise, you may strain or tear a muscle.
    • Remember to stretch your wrist and ankles for the back-flip.

  2. Use plenty of space and always try to land on something very soft. Softer than grass or carpet, a mattress is a good choice. If you hit the back of your neck on hard ground this could mean paralysis from the neck down for the rest of your life.
  3. Wear relaxed clothing and either good shoes or no shoes.
  4. Keep your feet together.
  5. Let your arms hang down to your sides.
  6. Stay confident: focus on being successful throughout the move.
  7. Do not stop in the middle of the move, the fall can cause broken bones and/or a trip to the hospital.
  8. Never look down. Keep your eyes focused on a spot about eye level and try to keep your head in that position throughout the roll.
  9. Prepare for your jump by "digging down".
    • When digging down do not let your legs bend more than 90°, or below your knee.

  10. Swing your arms backwards for momentum.
  11. Jump and swing your arms forward to increase the height of your jump. Swing your arms all the way up to your ears. Always jump straight up, also known as a vertical jump..
    • Never jump backwards, or you will fall.
    • Remember to not look down.
    • Use your swinging arms to get the maximum height you can on the vertical jump.

  12. At the pinnacle (height) of your jump begin to roll.
  13. Bring your legs up into the tuck.
    • The combined momentum of the muscles in your legs, your arms swinging up and your knees tucking in, while always keeping your gaze forward is what creates the mid-air roll.

  14. Complete the tuck by moving your arms forward to touch your legs.
    • Some people tuck their arms under their knees.
    • Some people put their arms above their legs.
    • Don't put your arms on your butt.

  15. Use your arm strength to "pull on your knees" to aid the roll. Eventually you should not need to do this.
  16. Begin to extend your lower back towards the landing.
  17. Bend your knees again as you land.
  18. A good landing is where both feet contact the ground at the same time with the whole foot. If you land on your heels, you over rotated and are likely to fall or have to step backward. If you land very far forward on the balls of your feel, you under rotated and will likely need to step forward.
  19. Landing in the same spot you jumped from is excellent form.
  20. Once you have mastered the back-flip try advanced versions like the x-out, the Flash kick, the half twist, the full twist, and the gainer.


  • Aside from physical conditioning, fear is usually the greatest roadblock for new back flippers. It is not a natural move and makes your body, neck and head feel vulnerable. Visualization and adequate training are the best tools for overcoming fear.
  • You need to be able to confidently perform simple moves such as a forward roll, backwards roll, handstand, cartwheel, round-off, front walkover, back walkover, and back handspring before attempting the back-flip. These skills provide you with the strength and balance needed to perform a back-flip.
  • If you find yourself over-rotating, lean your shoulders forward.
  • MAKE SURE to set high and tuck fast with your chin up for maximum rotation speed and time.


  • After initially learning how to back tuck, abdominal soreness may occur. Do not stretch these muscles, as they may tear and will take more time to heal than if left unstretched.
  • Injury, paralysis, and even death may occur as a result of improper conduct.
  • Never attempt this move under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • Never do backflips when you are alone. If you were to hurt your neck or back then you might not be able to get help.
  • Always have a spotter or a coach to help you when performing a stunt

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Article provided by wikiHow, a collaborative writing project to build the world's largest, highest quality how-to manual. Please edit this article and find author credits at the original wikiHow article on How to Do a Backflip. All content on wikiHow can be shared under a Creative Commons license.

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Swim Butterfly Stroke - wikiHow

Swim Butterfly Stroke - wikiHow

How to Swim Butterfly Stroke

from wikiHow - The How to Manual That You Can Edit

If you swim competively it is important to know how to swim butterfly properly and also quickly.


  1. Know your other swimming strokes first. Generally butterfly is the last stroke to be introduced when training for competitive swimming. It requires strength of body and endurance skills, which you should have been building up before through other strokes before attempting butterfly.
  2. Get a swim coach. Although it's possible to self-teach butterfly, a knowledgable swim instructor is invaluable.
  3. Learn the kick. The butterfly kick is the fundamental movement of the butterfly. The legs will stay together in a "mermaid" or "dolphin" kick in a fluid wavelike motion. It may be easiest to learn this first wearing flippers , however a kickboard shouldn't be used as this gives the body the wrong shape, and doesn't represent how the body should be.
  4. Learn the kick cadence. At first this won't make sense, but you will make one medium-sized kick followed by a larger kick.
  5. Now your arms into action. When your head breaks the surface proceed to moving the arms. You perform the arms by making a large circular swooping motion. Your arms start at the back first and then brings them together up out of the water, bringing them together directly in front of you. When your hands reach the water surface once again, continue making a keyhole-shaped motion with your hands.
  6. Kick once underwater (a larger kick) before breathing and extending arms out again.
  7. Before you make the next armstroke, complete a short kick.
  8. Once you hit the wall, touch with two hands and push off. Not doing a two hand touch will result in a disqualification, so remember!


  • Practice makes perfect, especially with this stroke, so try and try again.
  • Technique first! It's nearly impossible to swim the fly without good technique. Plus, if you go fast but have bad technique, you could get DQed on a fast swim.
  • Be sure to undulate on your stroke! Use your center of gravity to propel yourself as much as possible.
  • When taking a stroke, try to bring the backs of the hands together as close as possible when you swing your arms to the front.
  • Lifting your arms up as much as possible on the recovery does not make the stroke easier. While it may seem to lessen resistance on your arms, it changes your body position from horizontal in the water to a more vertical position, hence the saying "swimming up hill." if you have your hands about an inch above the water you should maximize your stroke efficiency.
  • You can save time and energy by learning to do more than one kick per stroke.
  • Be sure to press with your chest, it should help you with your undulation.
  • Don't breathe every stroke this could make swimming it very difficult try every other stroke, or less if you can.


  • Do not be discouraged; although this is a hard stroke for most, you are fully capable of achieving a 50 meter swim in 35 seconds when fully competitive.
  • Don't eat too much before swimming. Butterfly is a very tiring stroke, be sure not to eat too much before swimming, to avoid cramps.

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Wednesday, 7 May 2008


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