Monday, November 3, 2008

Honda V4 Concept

This could amaze You as we hadn’t seen such bikes all around.So hold your breadth and see these pics. I was scratching my head for How to appreciate this design ????

This is truly a revolutionary and simply inspiring design and you could see the way the suspension system is placed in curve, This is truly racers choice for style and power I Think!!

This design is awesome and realistic to mind..So, Honda is again trying to display their power of Dreams.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

7 Apps Every Open Source Enthusiast Should Brag About

First of all,I’m sorry for posting someother’s content ….

I am usually asked a very basic question “what makes Linux better than [insert OS here].” The answer is a result of years of developing and honing the perfect answer to a non-technical person. I usually start with explaining that there are two fundamental schools of thought in the programming world. One that conceals and forbids any changes in functionality, while the other is open and encourages customization to fit ones needs. The conversation naturally goes from there to giving examples of Open Source programs this person might be using unwittingly. Here are 7 programs that the whole Open Source community is very proud of.


VLC media player is an open source player, encoder, and streamer that supports a wide variety of audio and video codecs in addition to DVD support. This little piece of heaven is almost fully platform independent, boasting a portfolio of supported OSes such as Windows, Mac, Linux, BeOS, BSD, and Solaris. It is almost the answer to any codec woes. “X file is not working”, a quick “install VLC” would probably be the answer. I discovered VLC back in my dial-up days (not very far away 2003), when I wanted to view incomplete e-mule files. Someone in the e-Mule IRC channel recommended it to me. I swear by it since then!


No Open Source app list would be complete without the mention of Firefox! I believe that this browser was instrumental in the development of the Internet. Without Firefox you would probably have 20 instances of Internet Explorer in your taskbar right now (although Firefox weren’t the first, they popularized the concept of tab browsing.)

With the rise of the new millennium, and after the Internet bubble burst, web development grew stagnant and Microsoft sat on their laurels with Internet Explorer. Firefox served as a catalyst in advancing the wheel of Internet development. The geekerati flocked to Firefox, in only 5 years Firefox captured 20% of the web browser market!

Honestly, ones “geek-cred” would take serious dent if they aren’t using Firefox. Oh and I also feel mentally distressed when I see someone using IE. Ya I know I am a fanatic!


Non-techies probably use Wordpress on a daily basis, and to them they are not even using a “program” in it’s conventional sense. To them it’s just a “website”. Wordpress has developed into the premiere and the “go-to” platform for blogging. In less than two years it has bypassed other known blogging platforms on Google trends, 34% of the Technocrati top 100 blogs are using it (making it the most used), and currently claims a huge percentage of the total blog market! Quite a feat!

“Code is Poetry” is Wordpress’s mantra, it effectively reflects the Open Source community’s enthusiasm about programming. Keep up the good work guys, we are proud of you!


We heard this a million times, “this is the year of the desktop”, forgetting an even more important market. Apache has locked the server market in to the Open Source camp for years. Virtually anybody who uses the Internet will undoubtly use Apache on a Linux server unwittingly. And about that we brag! Hell even Google is proud of you, their search engine front end is based on a modified version of Apache, named Google Web Server (GWS). According to the latest Netcraft numbers, Apache dominates 50% of the server market. Even though Apache slipped in the recent years, it is still a testament to the viability of Open Source. Apache, you will always be the poster child in our eyes :)


Amarok is a music player I simply adore! I don’t think I ever felt so passionately about an application as much as Amarok (yes even Firefox). I am so entangled with it that I don’t even know whats out there anymore. All I know that it fetches my covers, lyrics, and bios from Wikipedia. Amarok is also extendable via user scripts, giving you flexibility to say, control it from your mobile phone through bluetooth, blacklist certain tracks, or search youtube for the music video. The possibilities are endless to pimp your Amarok ! I don’t really know if these capabilities are now available in other players, nor do I care, Amarok got me locked in!


All you Gtalk users, you are on Open Source turf (just like E-mail, POP, DHCP…etc, the way codes should be; OPEN!). Jabber is basically an instant messaging application that depends on the open standard Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP).


I must admit, OpenOffice is still not up there with Microsoft Office. However, just the fact that OpenOffice gives you 95% of Microsoft Office capabilities without losing an arm and a leg gives us bragging rights. After all why should I pay over $300 for 10% of the features I actually need? It just sounds a bit unfair if you ask me.

There you have it. 7 apps that you can brag about or just to prove a point about Open Source. Of course this list is not exhuastive at all! Open Source has lots up it’s sleeve. Thunderbird, Gimp, OpenSSH, Laconica, MythTV…etc all are beaming examples of our great culture. Open Source FTW!

List of Free Ebook sites

Many people see for free info and free books on Net .So, I had decided to give the list of free ebook sites to view and download.. .
Techie Books:
Science fantasy:
Calvin and hobbes:
Get rich books:
My Ebooks:
Biggest online Library:
rite link...
O'Reilly books
for programming books
for free computer book n tutorials

Flair in Bhandarkar’s “Fashion” and other Filcks

Many fell that Bhandarkar’s films are special and they give out the real things that happen around. But, When I read this webpage I found a lot difference in me and other readers..

Many viewers feel that His films are stereotyped and contain the same content that was not there in real or We can find it in some Old B-grade Films..His film ‘Fashion’ is just the same and There is nothing in it except some powerful and deep performances from Kangana Ranaut and Priyanka Chopra. Though these characters effect emotions largely they are shown in unusual way which hadn’t made a perfect impact on.

Many Fashion Designers say that the base story and situations shown in ‘Fashion’ were there in real BUT when Indian Fashion was in a NOVICE or in some initial stages of progress and This story is a way before existence.Sonalika Sahay and designer Vineet Bahl protest vehemently about the movie and Bhandarkar, who has built a reputation as a hard-hitting filmmaker who doesn’t dumb down to appease the audience(Their view is shown here)

His film ‘Page 3’ was his  big hit .No film after had reached more than it.The famous Feminist Sanjukta wrote different view in her site which could evoke strong and seriousness in Bhandarkar if He would have read it.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Real Wand?? I don’t Think so

Neil Armstrong and Aliens……!!?

Well My dear, This story is something which no one can think about!!. I can’t confirm that this is true or else a False…Because, There are certain indications in the History which confirm this news and which doesn’t confirm it..I’m going to specify what I got from various resources from INTERNET and many TV feedback shows..I’m going to present some characters associated with NASA ..

Have you ever wondered Why Any Country in this World is not planning a Moon-Landing Mission???There are many reasons for it..Lets take one after another..

First, Lets take the case of Neil Armstrong Who is the first person to land on the Moon.According to many unconfirmed reports both Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin saw UFO’s shortly after their Historic Landing on the MOON in Apollo 11 on 21, July 1969

According to a former NASA employee Otto Binder, unnamed radio
hams with their own VHF receiving facilities that bypassed NASA's
broadcasting outlets picked up the following exchange:
NASA: What's there?
Mission Control calling Apollo 11...
Apollo11: These "Babies" are huge, Sir! Enormous!
               OH MY GOD! You wouldn't believe it!
               I'm telling you there are other spacecraft out there,
               Lined up on the far side of the crater edge!
               They're on the Moon watching us!

In 1979 Maurice Chatelain, former chief of NASA Communications
Systems confirmed that Armstrong had indeed reported seeing two
UFOs on the rim of a crater. "The encounter was common knowledge
in NASA," he revealed, "but nobody has talked about it until now."

Soviet scientists were allegedly the first to confirm the incident. "According to our information, the encounter was reported immediately after the landing of the module," said Dr. Vladimir Azhazha, a physicist and Professor of Mathematics at Moscow University. "Neil Armstrong relayed the message to Mission Control that two large, mysterious objects were watching them after having landed near the moon module. But his message was never heard by the public - because NASA censored it. "According to another Soviet scientist, Dr. Aleksandr Kazantsev, Buss Aldrin took color movie film of the UFOs from inside the module, and continued filming them after he and Armstrong went outside. Dr. Azhazha claims that the UFOs departed minutes after the astronauts came out on to the lunar surface.

Maurice Chatelain also confirmed that Apollo 11's radio transmissions were interrupted on several occasions in order to hide the news from the public. Before dismissing Chatelain's sensational claims, it is worth noting his impressive background in the aerospace industry and space program. His first job after moving from France was as an electronics engineer with Convair, specializing in telecommunications, telemetry and radar. In 1959 he was in charge of an electromagnetic research group, developing new radar and telecommunications systems for Ryan. One of his eleven patents was an automatic radar landing system that ignited retro rockets at a given altitude, used in the Ranger and Surveyor flights to the Moon. Later, at North American Aviation, Chatelain was offered the job of designing and building the Apollo communications and data-processing systems.

Chatelain claims that "all Apollo and Gemini flights were followed, both at a distance and sometimes also quite closely, by space vehicles of extraterrestrial origin - flying saucers, or UFOs, if you want to call them by that name. Every time it occurred, the astronauts informed Mission Control, who then ordered absolute silence." He goes on to say: "I think that Walter Schirra aboard Mercury 8 was the first of the astronauts to use the code name 'Santa Claus' to indicate the presence of flying saucers next to space capsules. However, his announcements were barely noticed by
the general public. It was a little different when James Lovell on board the Apollo 8 command module came out from behind the moon and said for everybody to hear: 'PLEASE BE INFORMED THAT THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS.' Even though this happened on Christmas Day 1968, many people sensed a hidden meaning in those words."


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