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Sunday, 10 July 2011

Who wants a Google plus invitation

Google launched Google Plus (Google+) a new social network from it’s stable which seems to be very promising from the initial usage experience. Right now it is invitation based but if you have a gmail account about 1 year old than google plus can let you allow to experience it. I got into google plus like this.


Features:



Circles
Circles are an interesting way of grouping together the people in your network to form number of meaningful clusters which enables you to share only that much information which you want to share with them. Like you can have separate circles for your work place, family, friends etc and the good thing is that others can see only that you have added them to some circle but in which one, they can’t know.

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Mozilla Firefox Fun

Have fun with your mozilla forefox


1]- Go to the address bar in Firefox

2]- Delete the URL

Now do any of Number 3, 4, 5 or 6 one by one to enjoy the easter eggs!

3]- Copy and paste this- about:robots [FingFang foooo!!]

Unknown VLC Player Facts

We often use VLC player but we don't know many facts about VLC player, Have a look:


1]- Rip DVDs: VLC includes a basic DVD ripper. You probably would never use it when there are better DVD rippers available, but it helps to know that you can in fact, get a decent quality DVD rip with VLC. To rip a movie follow these steps: Go to the Media menu and choose Convert/Save. Click on the Disc tab.

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

MOTILAL NEHRU (1861–1931), attorney and political leader, President of Indian National Congress (1919 and 1928).


Motilal Nehru was the father of India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru; the grandfather of the third prime minister, Indira Gandhi; and great-grandfather of her son, the fourth prime minister, Rajiv Gandhi. One of British India’s wealthiest and wisest lawyers, Motilal abandoned his life of Western luxury in the aftermath of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre at Amritsar in 1919 to follow Mahatma Gandhi’s call for nonviolent non-cooperation (satyagraha). That December, Motilal presided over India’s National Congress, which met in Amritsar.