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26. April 2007

Work song – My Cubicle ( in James Blunt’s “You are beautiful” way )

Please Use headphone to Listen … I am sure u will enjoy it

Make your WordPress blog appear well formatted to Mobile browsers


Researchers at IDC say that 1.3 billion people will connect to the Internet via mobile phones by 2008. To get to the people who like to surf your pages from their mobiles its neccessary that the pages are displayed well. Andy Moore has released an updated WordPress Mobile plugin that allows readers to visit your site on a mobile phone or device with reduced browser capabilities.

The plugin is quite well-constructed and immediately senses an incoming mobile phone browser and acts accordingly. After installing it onto, I was able to browse the site on an emulated Symbian device. Best of all, you can add AdMob ads into the site automatically. Andy even takes a cut for himself, thereby saving us all the travails of sending him a check for such great programming work.

Refactoring a web page for mobile browsing is hard. This plugin makes it amazingly easy.

13 Year-Old Wins LG Text Messaging Championship


Morgan Pozgar, a 13-year-old, won LG’s National Texting Championship after she defeated her West Coast competitor. The net prize is USD 25,000. With her little thumps, she successfully texted “Supercalifragilisticexpialidoucious! Even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious. If you say it loud enough you’ll always sound precocious” in just few seconds.
According to Pozgar’s mom, the 13-year-old girl receives 8,000 – 10,000 messages per month.

Track your online Browsing History from anywhere any Computer — Google Web History

Google released its latest tool last week, Google Web History.

The feature allows Google users to track their personal online activity including searches they’ve conducted and sites they’ve actually been to. The information is then stored on Google’s server.

The tool is helpful to bloggers who visit hundreds (or thousands) of sites every day, and makes it a lot easier to track back to the original source. It can also pull of a list of sites you visit on a regular basis and your top search items.

The ultimate advantage is that your future search results will be optimized as a result of the customizations Google creates for you according to your online history. The biggest advantage is that you can access your Web History from any computer once you’ve signed into your account. Whether you’re at the office, at home, or in a cyber café in Moscow, you can have your e-history at your finger tips.

From official Google web history page

With Web History, you’ll be able to:

  • View and manage your web activity.
    You know that great web site you saw online and now can’t find? From now on, you can. With Web History, you can view and search across the full text of the pages you’ve visited, including Google searches, web pages, images, videos and news stories. You can also manage your web activity and remove items from your web history at any time.
  • Get the search results most relevant to you.
    Web History helps deliver more personalized search results based on what you’ve searched for on Google and which sites you’ve visited. You might not notice a big impact on your search results early on, but they should steadily improve over time as you use Web History.
  • Follow interesting trends in your web activity.
    Which sites do you visit frequently? How many searches did you do between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.? Web History can tell you about these and other interesting trends on your web activity.

Want to learn more? Try the Web History Help page.

24. April 2007

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Dancing Towers at Dubai

Zaha Hadid’s design for the Dancing Towers confirms the role of Business Bay Development at the very forefront of Dubai’s rapidly changing future. The three towers rise above the creek and project themselves as an icon for the surrounding developments and for the gulf region.

The tower’s striking design creates a new presence that punctures the skyline with a powerful recognizable silhouette. The fluid character of the towers is generated through an intrinsically dynamic composition of volumes.


The towers are inter-twinned to share programmatic elements and rotate to maximize the views from the site towards the creek and neighbouring developments.


The design quality of the towers to act as a symbol and icon extends beyond their scale and location. These qualities are derived from the boldness of the architectural concept, from the ‘choreographed’ movement that combines the three towers in one overall gesture and ‘weaves’ with a series of public spaces through the podium, the bridges and the landscape beyond.


The project was launched last year and, when complete, will consist of three interlinking towers containing offices, apartments and a hotel.The towers, which share a single podium, will form the centrepiece of the Business Bay development.


Source Business Bay

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