Wednesday, 22 October 2008

13 Internet Websites(tools) To Create & Host a Website

Today, we are listing 13 Free Web Applications That Helps You To Create And Host Your Website when you want to create website for yourself or for your clients. To use these web applications you dont need to be a designer or developer or dont need any technical knowledge. You can create mutliple types of website using them, few of them are offering flash based websites while few of them are static, and some of them have functionality to create blog and photo gallery as well. Most of them are not very well known but they are really amazing in respect to their features and functionality. I am not going to add Wordpress and Blogger in this list as you already know about them. and Just take a look at them and share your thoughts here. Enjoy creating your absolutely free website now!

Wix - Create a free website,  Free MySpace layouts & Flash MySpace layouts
Wix - Create a free website,  Free MySpace layouts & Flash MySpace layouts
With Wix you can create a free website or  make free MySpace layouts and Flash MySpace layouts. It’s the simpler, faster, better way to build & design on the web.
Weebly - Create a free website and a free blog
Weebly is the easiest way to create a free website. From personal to professional sites, Weebly will enable you to spend your time on the most valuable part of your site, its content. You can create free website and free blogs.
Google Sites
google sites
Google Sites is a free and easy way to create and share webpages. This is powerful enough for a company intranet, yet simple enough for a family website as well.
Freewebs - Make a web site with photo albums, blogs, videos, forums and more!
Make a website in minutes with simple tools for individuals, groups, or small businesses to share photos and videos, open a store, and build a member community.
SynthaSite - Free Website & Hosting
SynthaSite - Free Website & Hosting
You can build a free website with SynthaSite. This is really quick & easy website builder that requires no technical skills to create your new website thats will look more professional and beautiful.
Viviti - build a website as unique and dynamic as you
Viviti - build a website as unique and dynamic as you
Viviti is the fastest way to make a professional, easy to update, web site with only a few clicks. You’ll have your web site looking great and online in minutes!
Jimdo - Create your free website
It’s really easy to create your own JimdoFree-Page free website, you will need to just sign-up, follow the link to your own Page, integrate pictures, videos and texts in seconds, change the design with a click, add as many pages as you want and show your swifty JimdoFree-Page to your friend.
Tumblr - The easiest way to share yourself
Tumblr makes it effortless to share text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos, from your browser, phone, desktop, email, or wherever you happen to be.
Webon free websites and free website hosting
You can build the dynamic, stylish, and ad-free site you’ve always wanted with Webon’s powerful site creation platform.  You can embed widgets from services like YouTube, Flickr, and Slide. Developers can even extend Webon’s library of add-ons using the OpenSocial standard.
Webnode - Build a free website and create a free blog
Webnode brings you a brand new innovative way of creating and editing advanced websites by just using a web browser. By using Drag-and-Drop from the toolbar you can add new content such as polls, forums, articles, catalogues, widgets such as PayPal and much more.
Edicy - Build and edit websites with ease
Edicy is so easy to use you can build a site for your business or organization and have it live on the internet in a matter of minutes. All the tools are available online with no additional software required, just pick one of our beautifully made designs, enter your text, add your images and then publish your site to your own custom web address, it’s that simple.
WebSketch - Your web your way
WebSketch - Your web your way
As you move objects on your page in WebSketch, others move out of the way automatically for you. The end result is a clean, crisp and clear layout that looks great.
Microsoft Office Live Small Business  - Web site Design and Hosting
Web site Design and Hosting – Microsoft Office Live Small Business
Microsoft Office Live give you free Web hosting, easy-to-use design tools, and site traffic reports, They also provide everything you need to look professional on the Web, as well as free, around-the-clock support.

Automatic replies in Gmail

This is probably more useful than GMail's last experimental new feature (Mail Goggles): Canned responses (see Official GMail blog). You can now save a reply you're writing as a "canned response" and then quickly select one of these responses when you're replying to a future e-mail.
You can also have your GMail filters auto-reply to messages for you with these reponses. I quickly set up a filter, for example, to reply to people who send me an e-mail with "pitch" in the subject line with a message asking them to reach me on my work account.
It's easy to stuff a canned message into your replies.
The canned response feature is useful and nicely done. If you often have to send people the same (or close to same) e-mail, you'll find it useful. The auto-reply filter is a bit more complex and potentially dangerous, although it is useful. To set up an auto-reply, you have to first save the response as you're replying to an email, and you have to make very sure that your filters aren't going to get you in to trouble by sending out your message to the wrong people. Fortunately, GMail lets you pre-run your filter on your exisitng inbox to show who which messages would be swept up in your filter if it was already running.
If you use GMail to handle work-related e-mail with a lot of typical queries, it's worth trying.
To turn on the Canned Responses feature go to Settings | Labs. To use the auto-reply feature go to Settings | Features.
Once you've written some canned responses, you can set up filters to sent them automatically.

Saturday, 18 October 2008

Disappeared: One can get Invisible, Only 5 Years Wait more!!

An invisibility cloak just like the one Harry Potter used to creep out of Hogwarts could become a reality within five years.
But instead of using magic, researchers from Purdue University, Indiana are using 'nanotechnology' and 'metamaterials' along with Einstein’s theory of general relativity.
Invisibility cloaks will work by bending light around an object
It works by bending light around itself like the flow of water around a stone, which would make both the electromagnetic cloak and the object inside hidden.
'The whole idea behind metamaterials is to create materials designed and engineered out of artificial atoms, meta-atoms, which are smaller than the wavelengths of light itself,' Professor Vladminr Shalaev said.
In his study reported in the journal Science, Shalaev used an array of tiny needles radiating outward from a central spoke, like a round hairbrush, that would bend light around the object being cloaked inside.
These tiny needles decrease the refraction or distortion of the light to almost zero, rendering it invisible.
These two images (cloak off, top and cloak on, bottom) show how objects might be 'cloaked' by bending light around them to render them invisible.
'Whereas relativity demonstrates the curved nature of space and time, we are able to curve space for light, and we can design and engineer tiny devices to do this,' he said.
He added that as well as bending light they could do the opposite - concentrating light in one area.
The new technique could be used to create optical microscopes so powerful they would make DNA visible to the naked eye and superfast computer microchips.

Friday, 10 October 2008

RSS Feeds for Google Web Search Results

A rumor that's been floating around the web lately is that Google will offer RSS feeds for new results in basic web search. Today Search Engine Land confirmed that Google will "soon" offer this functionality. Why is this big news? Because there's no better way to keep track of new mentions of a company, person or concept online than through RSS.
As Search Engine Land's Matt McGee points out in his post, Google is the only major web search engine to not offer feeds for basic web search, as they do in blog search and news. We'd previously recommended for web search feeds, but who really cares about search results? They're terrible. Google feeds are good news.
Google says that the new feeds will be part of the Google Alerts product, which currently delivers e-mail alerts for new search results in web, blog and other result types. Google Alerts are widely used but are, we'd argue, like training wheels for people not yet comfortable with RSS feeds. There's nothing wrong with that, but many of us want our feeds.
Though blogs and news sites are of growing importance, there's still nothing quite like good old Web Search for getting a broad picture of who is linking where and what kind of online mentions are occurring. Google says it cannot confirm when the web search feeds will be available.
We hope that Google web search feeds will include "site:" searches for new mentions of keywords inside particular domains (Live and Yahoo do), and that they will deliver nice clean direct URLs - which feeds do but Yahoo search feeds do not.
There's still no alerts or feeds available for Google Image Search, probably because the index is so woefully behind the web at large.

26 Twitter Helpers and Firefox addons

Twitter is an amazing service that we all love, everyday we notice a new twitter tool or service that makes using it more easy and fun. Today we wanted to highlight more than 25 of our favorite Twitter add-ons, tools and services that won’t resist. This list is not intended to be all-inclusive, let us know your favorite twitter tool and why you like it.
I just got my new twitter account smarty7, feel free to add me if you want to know what we are up to.

1. Just Tweet It

Just Tweet It was created to make it easier for people using the popular micro-blogging service Twitter to find other “Tweeters” with similar interests.

2. Twitter Patterns

Check out these nice backgrounds and use it to style your twitter page.

3. Twitturly

Twitturly is a service for tracking what URLs people are talking about as they talk about them on Twitter.

4. Twitterrific

Twitterrific is a fun application that lets you both read and publish posts or “tweets” to the Twitter community website. The application’s user interface is clean, concise and designed to take up a minimum of real estate on your Mac’s desktop.

5. LessFriends

Do the people you follow on Twitter, follow you? Find out.

6. Twitter Mail

When you provide your Twitter credentials they supply you with a TwitterMail email address. For instance If you send an email to that address it will be posted to Also you can receive your latest twitter-replies automatically by e-mail

7. Twitter Feed

This is a fantastic application that automatically post your blog entries to your twitter account by using a tweet feed

8. Snitter

Snitter is “Snook’s Twitter”: an Adobe AIR-powered application for twittering. Features include: auto-updates tweet list, highlights messages sent to you via @ syntax (and makes a chirp), clear current list of tweets, refresh list of tweets, view 20 most recent items in your timeline and more…

9. TweetDeck

Aims to evolve the existing functionality of Twitter by taking an abundance of information i.e twitter feeds, and breaking it down into more manageable bite sized pieces. TweetDeck enables users to split their main feed (All Tweets) into topic or group specific columns allowing a broader overview of tweets.

10. twhirl

twhirl is a social software desktop client, based on the Adobe AIR platform. Some of twhirl’s features: runs on both Windows and Mac OSX, connects to multiple Twitter,, Friendfeed and seesmic accounts, notifications on new messages, shorten long URLs, post images to TwitPic and more…

11. EasyTweets

EasyTweets is a set of tools that can help online marketers leverage the power of microblogging. You can use it to post to and switch between multiple Twitter accounts in seconds, check replies, and track new followers.

12. TwitterKeys

TwitterKeys is a javascript bookmarklet developed to provide you with a floating window with all the funny symbols you can use in Twitter. Emoticons, warning symbols, religious symbols, and more are a part of the palette of characters available to you via TwitterKeys. So you can actually write something like this: “I’m going to ? to ? in the morning after I make a ? to make sure my ? is ? with it. ? for now and don’t forget to ? and lets have ? soon!”

13. StrawPollNow

Run your own poll on twitter with the new StrawPoll Platform, where you can use your own Twitter account to ask the questions you find interesting.

How to track keywords and search conversations?

14. Quotably

An interesting services that enables people to follows threads woven throughout twitter conversations.

15. Hashtags

#hashtags are an easy way to track a specific topic or event such as the San Diego Fires using the Twitter network. This allows for hyper-instant communication surrounding disaster relief and reporting.

16. Twemes follows public tweets (messages) that have embedded tags that start with a # character. These are sometimes called hashtags. Through the use of twemes, we can all view what people are talking about across the whole Twitter universe.

17. TweetBeep

TweetBeep is like Google Alerts for Twitter! Put in a keyword or website, and get emails when others tweet it!

Firefox Plugins for twitter

18. TwitBin

TwitBin is an extension for firefox that brings the power of twitter right in your browser. Where you can quickly and easily send and receive messages via twitter in your firefox browser.

19. Power Twitter

This Firefox plugin greatly enhances twitter to include: photo sharing with embedded flickr photos, video sharing with embedded youtube videos, shared tinyurls are unwound so you know where they link to, all links are mapped to their web page titles and more…

20. Yoono

In a single browser sidebar, Yoono users can interact with the best of the Web by discovering, communicating, and sharing with friends across multiple networks and platforms all in one place. Gather all of your social networks in one place including Facebook, MySpace, iMeem, Twitter, Flickr, FriendFeed, Youtube,, Seeqpod, Piczo.

21. Twitzer

Twitzer is a Firefox extension which lets you post text longer than 140 characters on It also provides a feature where you can resolve all TinyURL links to actual links so that you are sure you are clicking on safe links.

22. TwitterFox

TwitterFox is a Firefox extension that notifies you of your friends’ statuses of Twitter by adding a tiny icon on the status bar to update their statuses. Also it has a small text input field to update your status.

23. TwitKit

TwitKit is a Twitter sidebar for Firefox. TwitKit has a 6-section interface, using tabs to separate content. You can view the Twitter public timeline, your user timeline, a list of your friends and their latest tweets, a list of your followers and their latest tweets, @replies made to you, and stats about your account.

24. TwittyTunes

Allows to post your currently playing songs to Twitter with a click. As a bonus, you can also post the websites you’re visiting, videos you’re watching and more!

Why we should use Twitter

25. The Big Juicy Twitter Guide

Caroline Middlebrook has written an excellent guide to Twitter, everything from signing up and getting started to making the most of it as a marketing and communication tool.

26. 17 Ways You Can Use Twitter

A quick summary of all the ways you can use Twitter for both your professional or personal life. Some of these methods go beyond the use of Twitter as a lifestreaming device

Tuesday, 7 October 2008

History, Now it's not Boring!!

You are told to tell the History of the whole universe in less than 200 words, can you do that??
If You say no, Please Read the answer....
The History Of Universe
Quantum fluctuation. Inflation. Expansion. Strong nuclear interaction. Particle-antiparticle annihilation. Deuterium and helium production. Density perturbations. Recombination. Blackbody radiation. Local contraction. Cluster formation. Reionization? Violent relaxation. Virialization. Biased galaxy formation? Turbulent fragmentation. Contraction. Ionization. Compression. Opaque hydrogen. Massive star formation. Deuterium ignition. Hydrogen fusion. Hydrogen depletion. Core contraction. Envelope expansion. Helium fusion. Carbon, oxygen, and silicon fusion. Iron production. Implosion. Supernova explosion. Metals injection. Star formation. Supernova explosions. Star formation. Condensation. Planetesimal accretion. Planetary differentiation. Crust solidification. Volatile gas expulsion. Water condensation. Water dissociation. Ozone production. Ultraviolet absorption. Photosynthetic unicellular organisms. Oxidation. Mutation. Natural selection and evolution. Respiration. Cell differentiation. Sexual reproduction. Fossilization. Land exploration. Dinosaur extinction. Mammal expansion. Glaciation. Homo sapiens manifestation. Animal domestication. Food surplus production. Civilization! Innovation. Exploration. Religion. Warring nations. Empire creation and destruction. Exploration. Colonization. Taxation without representation. Revolution. Constitution. Election. Expansion. Industrialization. Rebellion. Emancipation Proclamation. Invention. Mass production. Urbanization. Immigration. World conflagration. League of Nations. Suffrage extension. Depression. World conflagration. Fission explosions. United Nations. Space exploration. Assassinations. Lunar excursions. Resignation. Computerization. World Trade Organization. Terrorism. Internet expansion. Reunification. Dissolution. World-Wide Web creation. Composition. Extrapolation?   

Sunday, 5 October 2008

When Google became gOgle

As everyone here knows, the web is great with all the information that is at our fingertips. The greater challenge is often in making sense of all the moving parts.

Even some of the most basic and easily accessible bits, like indexation, can leave one scratching their head, trying to figure out what is the "right" number. Of course, the reality is that there are no right numbers . . . just right now numbers. On the web though, right now is often measured by the click of a mouse or hitting "Enter."

At best, we often hope to find something that is closer to reality than anything else. It is less about the number, but the relationship of numbers from month to month, and how those numbers compare to the number of URLs we believe "exist" for a site.

Along with the advanced search operators detailed in the guide, there are also parameters that can be appended. In playing around with this several months ago, I couldn't help but chuckle and think that I "broke" Google for a second. Rest assured, Google seems to have recovered nicely, but you too can experience this for your own amusement.

After doing any kind of search, you can append the "num=100" parameter to the query string to get 100 results instead of the default 10. Another useful parameter is the "start=990" that takes you to the last page of the results, without having to click through to the end.

To recreate, just append the following to the URL query string in the address bar of your browser after running a query in Google:


Combining these two not only lead to a result I wasn't expecting - no results - but also a situation that I think Google just wasn’t ready to handle. Poor Google . . . I made it drop an "o" . . . uh oh.

You Comment, Should I Follow?

When Google Inc. spearheaded the fight against comment spams in 2005, it received immediate and wide acceptance from different websites, especially from bloggers who were sick and tired of deleting spam after spam after spam of useless comments on their blogs.
It is meant to solve a major drawback to receiving comment spams, by discouraging spammers from leaving a comment because search engines will ignore the link anyway.
In so doing however, it also discourages readers from commenting because they too are being ignored by search engines! It thus creates a dead link between a blogger and its readers who leave legitimate comments to the site. This ‘flaw’ takes away the camaraderie and sense of community between bloggers and readers as the rel=”nofollow” tag takes away any incentive of commenting to a post.

What official Google Blog says about nofollow?

“From now on, when Google sees the attribute (rel=”nofollow”) on hyperlinks, those links won’t get any credit when we rank websites in our search results.”

Example of Nofollow link:

General Link:

Link with Nofollow:
When you have rel="nofollow" in your blogger template, the tag automatically gets into the link saying search spiders "Not to follow".

Read Wikipedia on rel="nofollow"

You can encourage people to comment on your blog once they recognize that links in comments are being followed. To discourage spam enable comment moderation in your Settings---->Comments. Also put a prominent text widget in your sidebar proclaiming that links in your comments are followed by the search bots. This will act as a freebait by sharing your link juice with fellow bloggers.


To do this login to dashboard and click on layouts of your blog. Then click on Edit Html subtab of Template tab. First backup your template by clicking on the Download Full Template link. Put a check in the Expand Widgets Template Checkbox at the top of the Edit Template text box. This expands the Blog Posts Widget Code within which is the comments code.

Using Firefox search ctrl+F5
search rel='nofollow'

Delete the words in the code : rel='nofollow' and save the template.

Saturday, 4 October 2008

Saw will not cut your fingers!!

Before reading watch the video above. SawStop is a safety feature incoporated in a saw machine that immediately stops and retracts a spinning saw blade if it comes in contact with anything that even remotely resembles your finger. Whew..!
If you saw the video the hot dog just got a minor scratch because of the human finger, when you are using one of these - you don’t worry about looking for a replacement finger.

How it works ?
The SawStop safety system includes an electronic detection system that detects when a person contacts the blade. The system induces an electrical signal onto the blade and then monitors that signal for changes. The human body has a relatively large inherent electrical capacitance and conductivity which cause the signal to drop when a person contacts the blade. Wood has a relatively small inherent capacitance and conductivity and does not cause the signal to drop. A fast-acting brake stops the blade when contact is detected.

"Please verify your Gmail Account" Awesome Phishing!!

Newbie Gmail Users
Please don't provide anyone your personal details
It's a perfect phishing, but a bit funny too, i am using Gmail for last 2-3 years so why Gmail will send me Verification mail NOW!!!

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