If you browse the interesting photos at flickr! you'll be amazed at some of the most beautiful shots which people capture and share online. It's amazing I must say. You could spend hours browsing through because there is an update daily. But then who has so much of free time on hand, right? So, I… Continue reading Beauty of flickr on your computer
Last evening I read somewhere on the net that Steve Jobs of Apple gave away 8GB iPhones FREE to all it's 17,000+ Apple full-time employees. Now you may call it a smart move to increase word of mouth publicity, engage user experience and everything - But a product like the iPhone surely doesn't need anything… Continue reading Employees are getting free iPhones
We've all been hearing about this big one coming in soon. And now it's here - Apple's iPhone. It's crazy how people go hysterical spending hours in the lines to be the first one to lay their hands on such beauties. What's the psyche: Me first? See all the crazy things fans are up to… Continue reading iPhone – I can do with one
If you live in one of the major cities of India, you'll know that most office-goers have a tough time commuting between office and home. Either you get squeezed in public transport or the pain of driving through the traffic wants you to leave the car home and hop into a cab. But here is… Continue reading Microsoft Office Bus
Thanks to Floola I can now hear songs from my iPod songs on my office PC without having to move them all to my hard disk. Floola is a helpful utility because it makes your songs much more manageable. At home, my sister uses iTunes to transfer songs to the iPod, but then I use… Continue reading floola – an iPod manager
Times Of India reports that if the government for once becomes serious about their ambitious plans all Indians will be offered free, high-speed broadband connectivity by 2009, through state-owned telecom service providers BSNL and MTNL. Now that is something so cool, but instead why don't they go the US way and make the cities of… Continue reading Are you ready for FREE broadband?
Last week I noticed two interesting posts at Adverblog. One common communication directed towards probably a new set of consumers: technosexuals. I think till sometime back only those into hardcore programming or gaming were called "computer geeks". And typically computer and other related stuff was being marketed at them but now I guess lifestyle and… Continue reading Getting too geeky, are we?
I just settled into my new job at Mudra. Of course there was no firefox on the machine I was assigned, so I spent quite some time installing the browser and it's necessary plug-ins, extensions, greasemonkey and it's scripts I am so used to. During this process I was wondering if there was a way… Continue reading Can I zip Firefox?
A few days back I was checking if there were spell check plug-ins available for WordPress. In the search I found an interesting article which told me about how the Google toolbar has a spell-check feature which works pretty well in the "Write Post" textbox too. So I tried it and it seems fine. For… Continue reading Spell-check in browser
Long weekend holiday, so I spent some good time surfing around and added two new blogs to my Google Reader list. ContentSutra Bumped into this website when I was exploring career opportunities in the internet/digital advertising area. Lots of news updates and the comment activity is also very interesting to monitor. Recommended reading for those… Continue reading 2 new blogs and 1 new tool