Thursday, 31 July 2008

Do you ever though this question?

If I was in space and died would my body decompose?

We mean if you were simply inside an orbiting space habitat, or if you were actually literally in space with nothing between you and the vacuum?

Inside a space habitat, there are enough bacteria present in your body already that it would probably decompose in more or less the normal manner. Of course, any other astronauts inside the same vehicle wouldn't be ready to just let your corpse lie around and stink up their precious air. They'd probably put the body in a bag and send it down with the next cargo ship so that your family could spend a few hours crying over it.

On the other hand, if you were actually in space, then the decomposition process would occur to some extent, but it would stop before very long. The bacteria, exposed to the extremes of temperature and radiation in space, would not have enough energy available to keep on thriving for all that long. Most especially, they would tend to survive only inside your body, leaving the skin more or less untouched (this would have the strange effect of rotting much of your insides while leaving almost no visible mark of decomposition on your body's surface). Once things got too nasty for them, some of them would go into a dormant state, which unfortunately for them would last more or less forever, resulting in their eventual deaths. Depending on where you were in the Universe, your body might also be broken up by other processes; in Earth orbit you would over the period of a few hundred years be torn up by debris impacts, and if you were anywhere inside the area of the Earth's orbit, the Sun's energy would cause your body to eventually break apart through heat (this would also kill all the bacteria somewhat sooner than would otherwise be the case). Out in interstellar or intergalactic space, on the other hand, your frozen corpse could conceivably last in a recognizable form for millions of years.

Monday, 28 July 2008

Create a Website for free At Microsoft

Microsoft offers free websites and free domain names. These sites are designed for business use, but can also be used for personal sites.

There's a great article at eHow that describes how to get a free domain name and website from Microsoft:

How to Get a Free Website From Microsoft(eHOW)

Signing up and building a site is pretty easy. You also get to pick any website name you want (like, as long as it's not already in use.

Nice of Bill Gates to be giving something away, eh?

Believe it or not It's true!!
Get your own site NOW!!!

Saturday, 26 July 2008

Very useful Online tools

I have added 15 online tools, that i love as a tech. I'm sure after reading you'll say "I didn't know That!!". I have left out so please feel free to post the ones that you like as well.

IPTools offers a wide variety of online networking tools. With this site you can look up IP address information, check spam databases, run pings, run traceroutes, lookup WHOIS information and much more.

BugMeNot allows you to find and share logins for sites that require you to register. This tool is great to use when you don't want to have to go through the process of creating an account for a site when you just want to login once for something like a driver. allows you to test your Internet connection speed. It's great to use when you want to see if your ISP is holding up on their end of the bargain. is a social bookmarking site that allows you to bookmark sites and view them from any computer. This site is great because not only can you bookmark sites and view them anywhere, you can also search through everyone's bookmarks to find great tech articles.

Omnidrive is an online storage service that allows you to upload large files, access them from any computer, and share them with other people. They also offer the ability to edit your Office documents using Zoho without ever downloading them. You get 1GB free and the ability to upgrade to 1 terabyte. This site is great for hosting your tech tools and accessing them from computers you are working on.

10 Minute Mail allows you to create temporary email addresses that expire after 10 minutes. It's great to use for sites that require you to receive something through email but you don't want to be bombarded with spam.

Free Password Generator
Free Password Generator generates very strong and unique passwords. Before you generate your passwords, you can predefine settings such has what type of symbols to use and the length you want it to be.

Trend Micro HouseCall is an online virus, spyware, and malware scanner that runs in your web browser. It's very handy when you are working on a computer that doesn't have antivirus software and you want to scan it without having to install one.

You Get Signal allows you to check which ports are open into your network. This is great tool to use when you are trying to patch holes in your firewall. allows you to identify unknown files on a computer. This tool is great for looking up files that you suspect might be possible viruses, trojans, or malware.

YouSendIt allows you to send large files to other people when the files are too large for your email. This tool is a great alternative to using FTP. has a huge library of downloadable dll files. Next time you get an error about a missing dll file, you can go here and download it.

Google Microsoft Search allows you to search specifically through Microsoft-related sites. This site is great for searching through Microsoft tech articles for a specific problem.

Zamzar is a file conversion tool that allows you to convert file types through their site. Currently they support over 60 file types. This is a great tool for converting files when you don't have the appropriate application to do so.

Default Router Passwords Database allows you to search for router as well as other devices default passwords. This tool comes in very handy when you have to reset a device but can't find the manual to look up the default password.

Sunday, 20 July 2008

Google to developers??

Vic Gundotra engineering vp at Google
Google's Vic Gundotra said he wanted to move the web forward

For Google the future is about beefing up the browser and its bottom line.

This honest explanation of what motivates the search giant was given at Google IO, its developers conference being held in San Francisco.

One of the "reasons we invest in moving the web forward is if it benefits Google economically," admitted Vic Gundotra, engineering vice president.

But he also stressed: "The more money Google makes, the more it pours back into open source projects."

High on the agenda at IO was Android, Google's open source software platform being designed for smart phones.

A demo at the conference revealed some new applications for its Android mobile operating system.

These include a way to unlock phones by drawing a specific shape on the touch screen, a compass tool that automatically orientates maps when a user looks at photographic images of a city, a magnifying tool to zoom in on web content and a mobile version of the video game Pac Man.

The Android touchscreen is reminiscent of the iPhone

The phone being used at the conference relied on fingertip touch but Andy Rubin, who is overseeing the project, said Android could also be tailored to work with a tracking ball.

The first phones powered by Android are due out in the second half of this year.

With about three billion mobile phones already on the market, some analysts believe Google could make about $5 billion annually within five years.

'Key goals'

Google's engineering head Mr Gundotra played down any notion that Android is set to take on the iPhone even though it looks and acts a lot like Apple's phone.

"I wouldn't say that at all. I think the iPhone is just a world-class device with a great web browser that delivers in many respects on one of Google's key goals; to bring the web to the mobile device."

"I am a very avid user of Apple products. I buy everything they make. We wish every mobile phone was as good as the iPhone. Apple demonstrates there is plenty of opportunity to go around."

Google conference the Android
A demo of Pacman on the Android platform was shown

Many of the developers at IO had come to hear about Google's App Engine, which was launched six weeks ago as one of a host of development platforms aimed at encouraging developers to put the browser ahead of the desktop.

Ten thousand people signed up for beta testing while another 150,000 went onto a waiting list.

The reason so many developers want to work with the engine is because it uses the same infrastructure that Google uses for many of its applications.

Create something

During a conference presentation, Kevin Gibbs, the technical lead for the project, announced to cheers and applause that the engine would now be open to everyone and there was no waiting list.

Google earth
Google hopes Earth in a browser will be as popular as Google Maps

"You can log in immediately and start using it, so please create something and let us know what you think."

Google also unveiled a rough draft pricing plan which will be finalised and become effective later in the year.

Under the new structure, developers start with a free quota of 500MB and enough computer processing power and bandwidth for about five million page views per month.

Mr Gibbs estimated that an application which received a total of 10 million page views would cost the developer about $40 (£20) a month.

The web has won

As a company known primarily for search, Google is trying to extend its reach and lure developers away from designing applications for the desktop and opt for the web instead.

"We want to accelerate the capability of the browser," Mr Gundotra said during his keynote speech to developers.

Google IO conference
Google employees are on hand to demonstrate the browser is the dominant force

"The web is maturing at an amazing rate and it's getting better and better. I don't think there's any question that in terms of the question 'What has become the dominant platform?', the web has won."

Demonstrating the power of the web and the browser, Google said its Google Earth 3D visualisation software could now be embedded on web sites using a simple plug-in.

Google Earth technical lead Paul Rademacher said he expected it to be popular with property sites, where people can get 3D views of houses, and on travel sites where consumers can see the view from a hotel room.

"Now inside a web page, you'll be able to fly through San Francisco or see a 3D model of a cabin with exactly the view out the window of the mountains."

Huge rise in touch mobiles

As Apple's new iPhone is launched, Dan Simmons tests some of its features and investigates how it and its rivals are changing our mobile habits.

iPhone (Photo: Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images)
Touch screens are changing the way people use mobiles
Although smartphones were common before the iPhone debuted in June 2007, few had the impact of Apple's first handset.

Since then it has set the industry benchmark, said Darren Neylon, managing director of

"It's the operating system, in my view, that makes the real difference," he said.

Four years of research resulted in a large, responsive touch screen which invited play and made internet use easier.

Research suggests iPhone owners are five times more likely to surf the web than the average mobile user.

Though the original iPhone was expensive - $599 (£300) at the US launch for the 8GB model - the touch screen and "all-you-can-eat" data tariffs helped drive internet use.

It showed the mobile industry how to crack getting the web on the move - something the mobile industry has dreamt about since the introduction of 3G data networks in 2001.

Hacked phone

But there have been some problems.

Customers were locked in to one network in most of the nations in which it was launched and it did not work with the fast 3G networks speeds accessible via other smartphones.

Two months after the launch the iPhone was hacked. This meant it could run non-Apple programs and work on any operator's network.

These issues aside, it has become an icon and made other manufacturers focus on offering better web browsing on the move.

Mobile web

That seems to be paying off as in 2008 mobile web use has taken off.

A survey commissioned by Vodafone suggests almost a quarter of 18-25 year olds in the UK now use their mobile to check social networking sites.

The same study of 700 users suggested around 40% of all UK mobile users now access the internet on their handsets.

A separate report, carried out by marketing research company Gfk, suggested that for 1 in 5 users in Japan, their handset has replaced the PC as the way they go online.

Touch screens

Other phone manufacturers are tapping into touch.

In the past year, touch screens have gone from business-type PDAs to stylus-free style icons.

LG KF700
Some phones have combined touch screen with a traditional interface
There are even models for avid texters unsure about making the leap.

Slider models like LG's KF700 offer a more traditional keypad in addition to the touch screen and there are rumours that Apple may produce something similar too.

Nokia, which sells more phones in one week than Apple does in a year, says it will release at least one touch screen smartphone later this year.

"I think they're pretty keen to be public about that, to show that they're doing something. Because for a big company like Nokia not to be doing something, I think that's not great for them or the consumer," said Mr Neylon.

It [Windows Mobile] had so many options to choose from, they [users] had lots of trouble trying to find the stuff that they wanted to use
HTC marketing director, Rui Antunes

"There are a lot of loyal Nokia fans out there who want to see an iPhone rival in their hands, that's for sure," he added.

Touch has given operating systems a facelift too.

Both HTC (Diamond), and Samsung (i900) felt Windows Mobile was powerful but awkward to use.

Both companies have developed their own graphical interface to guide users through the most commonly used features of their Windows handsets. Though users can drill down to the original Windows interface to use office apps and fine tune settings, for instance.

"It had so many options to choose from, they [users] had lots of trouble trying to find the stuff that they wanted to use," said Rui Antunes, HTC's european marketing director.

"We tried to make things easier, and bring out to the top level the key things they were used to using, and make that very interactive, visual and engaging," he added.

Maps and photos

Apple's new 3G iPhone replaces the old one with faster web surfing and also has GPS mapping.

GPS application on the iPhone
GPS is becoming an increasingly popular feature on mobiles

Photos taken on the 3G iPhone can be geo-tagged automatically, much like the free Flickr Uploader application found on a Blackberry.

The new iPhone lacks a search facility for files or e-mail, it has some Office-style software and easier syncing through Microsoft Exchange, or if you are a personal user, through MobileMe via an annual subscription.

However, it may not be what is inside touch smartphones that makes them popular.

Price drops could be a factor that helps. Increased data use means operators make more money and can subsidise the handset.

Some operators offer a phone for nothing if customers sign a lengthy contract.

But making these phones customisable by support for widgets and applications will also drive sales.

Apple apps

Apple is just getting started with its App Store but already on offer for other phone are thousands of programs, scattered on different sites across the internet.

Alex Reeve, director of Windows Mobile in the UK, said Microsoft had 18,000 applications developed for the Windows Mobile platform.

"There's everything from games, music mixers, solutions for sales forces if you're in the business side, sat-nav because a lot of our phones now have GPS built in," he said.

Security will need to be tight, and users will probably want better parental controls too - a feature provided on the new iPhone, but lacking in many other handsets - but the floodgates for new ideas on mobiles are now wide open.

Open source handsets

Nokia is opening up the Symbian operating system, giving third party developers a freer hand.

Openmoko phone
Open source on Openmoko allows users to reprogramme their phones
Blackberries now offer much more than just e-mail and Google promises to release a suite of applications on its Android platform on new handsets by the end of this year.

And opening things up reached new heights, when Openmoko released a new open-source handset based on Linux.

Every aspect of the phone can be reprogrammed, so a USB port could be used to attach a camera or USB stick rather than just be used for charging.

The new iPhone may be stealing the headlines but there is no doubt that the entire mobile industry is changing at a rapid pace.

Utility websites!!

Remember that Tamagochi craze a few years back where kids went nuts for those electronic pet simulators that you had to feed, tickle and play with in order to keep them happy?

Well something similar has arrived on the web, but it is a whole lot more fun.

The best place to start on this bright and zany looking website is the tour video. It is nicely made for the target audience and will tell both you and your small ones what to expect.

In a nutshell, you are asked to adopt a pet monster. There are a number of styles you can customise by colour and then give a name, during the registration process.

After activating the account your child can log in and start playing right away. You get a room which you can customize by spending your Rox - the Moshi Monster equivalent of money - in the shops. The higher level your pet is, the more items are opened up to you.

Earning Rox is fun and easy - just head into the gaming sections of Monstro City or you can take the daily brainbuster quiz at home.

You will also need to feed your pet monster and tickle him to keep him happy. Click the Help link and then go to the How To Play tab for a full run through.

Also at the top you can click the community link, where users can have a peek inside some of the best decorated rooms and begin building up their friendship tree by leaving notes for each other on the in-room notice boards.

A lively, colourful and nicely designed website this - and ideal for keeping the young ones entertained on a rainy afternoon.

Youniverse website
The modern world is incredibly visual - and in a visual rich environment like the internet it kind of makes sense that there is a company offering a social networking portal based on the way we react to images.

At take the picture quiz to determine your visual DNA and enter some personal details about yourself.

The next page shows you your profile. The pictures you chose in relation to the prompts apparently tells this website about certain aspect of your personality. I found it to be reasonably accurate to be honest but I guess the descriptions are vague enough to apply to many people.

Flip through the sections using the tags on the side of the scrapbook and to see how your answers compared to the most popular scroll down the page below each section.

When you feel ready to register, just click the button at the top of the screen.

You can now customize your profile, add a picture, take additional quizzes and start building up a network on contacts by investigating the people who match your visual DNA in the panel on the right.

Now, how would you like 50GB of free online storage space with the option to share? Yes, I thought so.

A Drive website
Well at just click the big black button to get your 50GB and sign-up and click the link in the activation e-mail which you are sent to complete.

Once logged in managing your files is really simple, though the downloader/uploader runs on java so you will need to have that function activated to work successfully.

Click on My Files at the top then use the Upload feature to begin backing-up data from your hard drive. The site is still in beta but the FAQ says they will be adding a feature to automatically back up all the files on your computer soon.

Once your files have uploaded you will see a link giving you the option to share them. Click this link to add the file to your shared drive, and a URL will be generated for others to click on to access that file.

Have you gone on these websites!!

We start with a trip to the heavens, courtesy of Microsoft at Worldwidetelescope.

Now this is by no means the only universe explorer on the web - we have shown lots of these in Best of the web over the years - but I love the way this application works and there are some really nice guided tours.

This interactive application puts a planetarium on your PC. You control a telescope which you can zoom around the skies with, exploring famous landmarks (or should that be skymarks?) such as the Eagle Nebula, the Antenna Galaxies, and a little closer to home... Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.

Clicking a thumbnail will see your personal telescope zoom through the skies to reach its destination.

Go into the View menu and you can change the location of the telescope you are viewing the sky from and even set the date back in the past, or even the future.

When you are done exploring you can sit back and take a guided tour, accessed through the menu at the top.

It is a big, big universe out there, be careful you do not get lost. logo

The internet is full of people with opinions.

Far from being a passive viewing experience it is now possible to add reviews and points of view to many of the websites you stumble across. A fine example of this can be found at Pollthepeople.

The idea of this site is to allow you to discover people's top five recommendations in a growing number of user "voted" and "suggested polls.

Once inside a poll you can click the links to find out more about the article mentioned. I like the Celebrity Top Fives, where they have asked certain well-known people to give their own opinion.

If you want to take part and add your own thoughts you will need to register by clicking Sign Up. As well as being able to add your own top fives you can now take advantage of the site's social networking elements and make connections with people who have the same kinds of opinion as you do.

Searchme web page

Next up is an awesome new search facility which is both visually stunning and brilliant in its execution.

Searchme is a search engine with a serious difference. As you type in words to search, the engine will auto-complete various subjects you might be interested in and give you some click-throughs below.

Click on a section which is relevant and another page opens allowing you to preview the pages you are thinking of surfing. Click the pages on the right to scroll forwards through the links, and when you have found a page that suits your taste just click it in the main screen.

Simple, brilliant and really quite useful. You cannot ask for more than that in a website.

Sun glasses featured on the Ineyewear site

And finally, a fun little widget that will help you decide what sunglasses to buy.

You can actually purchase sunglasses from this site, but you do not even have to register to start trying on specs from their extensive range of designer styles to see how they will look on your face.

Click the Revolutioneyes logo on the left to begin, then upload a picture from your hard drive. The maximum size it can be is 300KB, and you need a good picture of you facing forwards for the best results.

The image will be stored on the site's memory for 10 days, or until you clear out your internet cookies. Next click the uploaded photo and resize it to fit in the dressing room window using the slider on the left.

Use the buttons below the sliders to select a brand and then style. Once the glasses are in place use the slider and dial to fine-tune the size and rotation to see how you will look in a nice pair of Ray Bans, or Fendis, or even some Oakley ski goggles.

Wednesday, 16 July 2008

Get you own Email Badges!

Do you want to have these?

  • gmail icon
  • hotmail icon
  • yahoo mail icon
  • live mail

Stylish isn’t? But why would you care having this e-mail badge?

Well first of all, we’re all aware how widespread email spamming is, right? By basically converting your e-mail ( from forums, website and blogs to this lovely e-mail badges, you eliminate the e-mail harvester (program use to collect emails on the web for spamming) from catching your address. No spams, no head aches! Secondly, your e-mail address can be easily identified because it uses the design of those popular email providers like yahoo, gmail, hotmail etc. You can even specify and design you own custom domain, how cool is that?

To get your free E-mail Badges here.

Works within seconds!!

The the badges on Your site also use the following code for it

If you only want to show your Email address(NO LINK)

Click to enlarge

Paste the URL written in the red letters, in the place of The_link_of_your_email_badge

Please do Comment if any problem

Friday, 11 July 2008

Content overloading, Turning off

Once upon a time, the web was a straightforward affair. Lots of links - to lots and lots and lots of text. A decade on, it is virtually unrecognisable - a multimedia extravaganza where text has to compete with video, podcasts and animation.

Peter Gabriel
The former Genesis frontman has backed "The Filter" since 2005

Enriching? Definitely. But daunting, and very, very noisy as well.

So how do you tune out that noise and tune in to stuff you do want?

Enter the concept of filtering - and enter alongside it, rock legend-turned-serial tech investor Peter Gabriel.

"It's one thing to have access to unlimited information," he says.

"But you feel like you're drowning sometimes - there's just

too much stuff, and you really want the good stuff, the stuff that's going to excite and inspire you," he adds.

Three years ago the former Genesis frontman gave his backing to an iTunes plug-in called "The Filter", which was designed to automatically generate playlists from your music collection.


Now it has relaunched as a website with the more ambitious goal of being a "life jockey"; actually learning your taste in entertainment, and delivering appropriate content to you.

The Filter
The site uses artificial intelligence called Bayesian mathematics
It takes a mathematical approach to work out the probability that you will like something based on your designated preferences.

This analysis is then combined with other people's playlists and purchases to produce - fingers crossed - a list of media suited to your taste.

"It's trying to say actually how do we make good choices - and that's partly through expert systems and algorithms," says Peter Gabriel.

"It's also partly through people that we trust - friends, experts - so we're trying to integrate a system which takes the best of man and machine."


This time round it is not just music that The Filter has in its sights. Web, video and even movies are all part of the taste-predicting experience.

"We believe there maybe some real relationships worth exploring," he says.

"A very obvious example would be if I love Goth films, I may also like Goth music. If I like obscure foreign language arthouse films, then I may tend to obscure music."

But he accepts it is ambitious to make definite conclusions.

"It's only as good as the usage the community gives it, so the bigger the database of information and references, the better the predictions.

"Some maybe totally fanciful, but I think the more we look at it, the more it seems that there are connections you can make," he adds.

And, he says, users will still be able to find the unpredictable "left-field" material for which the internet is famed.

"On the site there's a bar which has got 'expected' and 'unexpected'. So, if you feel like an experimental day when you want all new stuff, unfamiliar things, you can select that," he says.

"If you want more tried and tested, that's available too."


The concept of recommendation sites is nothing new, as any visitor to Amazon will know.

Last fm
Founded in 2002, says it now has more than 20m users
And whilst The Filter has celebrity backing, other similar filtering sites have become stars in their own right.

Start-up was snapped up by CBS last year for a cool $280m (£143m) and iLike boasts 20 million users.

Pandora employs an entirely unique approach, looking at musical attributes in songs you like - things like vocal harmony and orchestration - and then trying to find the same attributes in other music.

Peter Gabriel accepts The Filter faces stiff competition from the other sites operating in this area.

"For sure, we're behind," he admits. "We're a small English operation and we don't have some of the resources.

"I think did the social network side of the music thing very well and it's a well-designed, well-executed site.

"I just think we're doing something a bit different, and filtering is coming in a big way. So I hope we can do it well, and we've certainly got some very smart people working on it."

Get to the Websites when you are BORED

It seems like every day there is a cool new site for photo manipulation and sharing.

This week is no different, as I kick off my recommendations with this frivolous yet very funky offering from

This site lets you do fun and silly alterations to your digital pictures.

Do not expect any artistically enhancing features like red-eye reduction or colour filters. This place is all about fake noses, silly glasses, outlandish hats and amusing captions.

You will need to register to save any pictures, so you might as well do that straight away.

Upload a picture from your computer and then select it from the bottom panel before clicking continue.

I found that uploaded pictures do not work in the edit screen unless you are registered - but as this site is still being developed, some strange behaviour is to be expected.

If you come across a problem - let them know.

Alternatively, if you are lacking inspiration or the material to work with, why not have a play with one of the preloaded pictures, also available in the bottom panel?

Once you have selected your picture it will open up in the edit window. Use the tabs across the top of the options panel to add your objects and any caption text, then just click save.

Clicking My Pictures at the top of the home page will open your personal gallery, and you can then use the buttons at the bottom for various ways to share your work.

Again, some of the options are there but not yet clickable until the site's developers get a little further down the road.

A few weeks ago we talked about online applications. Well is one of them.

According to jooce, 500 million people access the internet from cybercafes each day. And if you happen to be one of those people, or you just want a consistent experience when browsing the web from multiple locations, consider this place.

The idea of this site is to bring the functionality of your personal computer at home to any computer you might happen to sit down at - even if you do not actually have a machine at home.

You will be able to access files, e-mail, instant messaging, storage and lots of other applications.

The first step is to register and reserve your own private space on their servers.

Next up, enter your instant messenger account details and click the green arrow to confirm.

Be warned, when you want to talk to a contact, jooce will send them a message inviting them to sign-up every time you text them through their ordinary instant messenger client.

Next, click the forward arrow to run through all the options and set up your desktop how you want. There is a useful tips run-through when you first start up, teaching you everything you can do with jooce.

As well as being able to use this virtual desktop in exactly the same way as a normal desktop - storing files, making folders and chatting to your friends - there is also a public desktop (known as a joocetop) accessible through the green desktop icon at the bottom.

Here you can allow friends to access and share files you have placed on it.

It works in exactly the same way as the regular desktop, but through your jooce instant messenger client, contacts can open up your joocetop, and vice versa - making sharing files and information a breeze.

As well as being a really useful tool, I love the way the interface looks and works. Though if you are stuck using an older machine on a low bandwidth connection, you might find all the animations make it slow to load.

A quick look at a very useful site next. if I want to catch up on the world of business and current affairs - as you do - there is only one place I point my browser to

This is a site from the popular publication the Economist, and includes all of its articles past and present, plus a whole lot more. It is a really useful resource if you want to check up on some news you may have missed in months gone by.

There is insight and opinion on international news, politics, cultural trends, science and technology. In fact for anyone running a business, large or small, this is pretty much essential reading if you want to stay on top of world affairs.

All sections are accessible through the navigation panel on the left. Of particular note are the useful city guides and country briefing sections, plus an enlightening collection of audio and video behind the link of the same name.

From high brow to very low brow now. A little time waster after all this serious surfing. Get yourself along to

King is a social gaming website with more than 80 games to play and over 196 million games played per month.

Rather interestingly, more than 70% of King's players are women, and the stable of games is vast and very appealing. I especially like the word games.

Just browse through the sections and have a go.

You will need to register if you want to progress through the later levels.

Registration will also allow you to take part in the multiplayer games and sign-up for tournaments (many of which are free to enter), but you can dive into any of the single player games to try them out with no setup at all.

Competing in a tournament will earn you prize jewels, which you can use to unlock additional features on the site.

The only downside is that the annoying music and sound effects might drive you crazy quite quickly.

Monday, 7 July 2008

Creating a Free Website

Do you ever thought that you should have your own website?
Now the first question that will arise is "How do I will create it?"

See that for it you should have a little knowledge of HTML(it's just optional you can make website even if you don't know it) it's not necessary but it can help you a lot!

So mostly people want to create it FREE
If so you'll get a domain as or
People get worry that people will visit less as they has a free website, On that i think that paying for your website can not only increase your visitors, for that you SHOULD have a Good and Original Content, However if you cant find anything you can get some articles from article city, as for your visitors i think you if you wanna spent you SHOULD spent money on advertising site, using Paid such as AdWords, Adbrite and Content Link, there are more but they are not more that just a Dump! And You should also use advertising through Free advertising Sites such as Ad grid network, Mogado

Free Web hosts
You can make your FREE website at
x10hosting or

A list of free web hosts

If you just want a Free simple, and not so professional website
Google Pages

I also find a great way of creating a free websites----
Believe it or not, Microsoft offers free websites and free domain names. These sites are designed for business use, but can also be used for personal sites.

There's a great article at eHow that describes how to get a free domain name and website from Microsoft:

How to Get a Free Website From Microsoft(eHOW)

Signing up and building a site is pretty easy. You also get to pick any website name you want (like, as long as it's not already in use.

Nice of Bill Gates to be giving something away, eh?

Hope it Helps!!
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Friday, 4 July 2008

Enable Task Manager

Today when you start your task manager, it say that "Task manager is disabled by the administrator"

Now what the hell is this!!
See that it is a virus, that has modified your registry and by that blocked some of your computers services from running, one of the services that the spyware has blocked is Task manager

Now to fix the Registry modification, Do the registry hack here!---
goto Run.....
and type regedit
there will open the registry editor

There is a registry hack to enable or disable Windows NT TaskManager. The same registry hack applies to Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Key: Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersio...
Name: DisableTaskMgr
Value: 1=Enablethis key, that is DISABLE TaskManager
Value: 0=Disablethis key, that is Don't Disable, Enable TaskManager

And as I mentioned above, since the policy is Remove Task Manager, by disabling the policy, you are enabling the Task Manager.

Now since the virus has blocked many things, to enable them all you have to delete the Virus, to do so(follow the steps below)
this is an virus attack on you it is called windows.spyware(someting like this)did u have genuine(orignal) Windows installed in your system
this adware /spyware mainly(your copy may be original also) attacks on false copy of windows

dont worry
u can remove it by Ad Aware software
download it from here

warning : this answers recommends u to use Original windows Software
Stop Piracy

Good luck!!!!!!

Thursday, 3 July 2008

Things That You should Have/see on Your Cellphone

Today we all have cellphones with us!!

So today the spotlight is on the things that you MUST have on your Cell.

You Should have a GPRS/EDGE/3G connection on the mobile
C'mon it's good to have it!

Now the stuff is
P.S The all the Stuffs and Sites below Can be downloaded easily in any phone and toltally user friendly!

Opera mini
It is a great software that is one of the most used and downloaded mobile apps. Opera mini is simply a phone internet browser, which has a lot of uses(i mean a lot of really) it is a feed reader, a browser thru which you can see the webpages in their original size, becoz it has a zoom utility that lets you zoom you web pages, You can see it's all features at it's official site

Mig33 Screenshot 1 Screenshots
Now see that It's a way to get a whole world on your mobile, it's basically a chat tool
But the company claims that "With mig33, you can chat and send instant messages and emails, make inexpensive international phone calls, share photos, connect with old friends and even meet new ones. Think of it as an addition to your phone's existing service."
Which i also agree!!, it's a grat tool the thing in it which i like is that it can be opened tru account of MSN, Yahoo!, ICQ , AOL, Google Talk, SMS, to name a few.

A website by nokia, which really helps you in taking, seeing and downloading things, all we people know that Smaller than a smallest phone softwares has a price, but in this site they are totally free, to download a phone software/games/songs/videos/ringtones search your query in the search box they have provided, if you're lucky you can get the thing you want and download it, if not Sorry but better luck next time, it's a stuff sharing website so you can't fully relay on it, but if it can help it's you who will be the lover of the site!! and ALL FOR FREE
Click here for the mobile version of the site, or if you feel like typing get to on your phone browser

Google Maps For Mobile
All we know it, Yeah! Google Maps, so what's now here!!
Now see that it is the New Google Maps for Mobile(downloadable), download it on your mobile and experience the difference this new version of Google maps is fully Fit for any mobile, you can also get Driving instructions from it, Unless you have a N80 or another hi-end nokia phone which has nokia maps in it, This is the best choice
Visit on mobile.
It's like Yahoo messenger on the mobile, You'll like it just login with your yahoo account and Hurray! you can now do just anything on yahoo go!. To try Yahoo Go! CLICK HERE. Yahoo Go 3 version 3.0 claims better email handling, more news, satellite maps, live traffic. Sounds a bit like Google’s portfolio, except that here it’s all in the one Java application. All in one it's a fantastic application!

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