Sunday, July 31, 2011

Apple Now Has More Cash Than The U.S. Government

New figures from the U.S. Treasury Department indicate that the government has a total operating cash balance of $73.768 billion, less than Apple's own war chest of $75.876 billion.

As noted by Matt Hartley of the Financial Post, the news comes even as Republican and Democrat lawmakers debate over the federal budget and debt ceiling. The government's $73 billion number actually represents the "financial headroom" that lawmakers have before reaching an arbitrary debt ceiling, according to the report.

YouTube - World Premiere of "Outlaws of Love" - Adam Lambert - HD Live - Sainte Agathe

World Premiere of "Outlaws of Love" - Adam Lambert - HD Live - Sainte Agathe

Getting Your Blog Noticed

It’s tough to make a blog. You can write all the great content you want, but if nobody sees it then what’s the point? Luckily there are a few things you can do to help make sure people become readers of your blog.

1. Trackbacks

Not all blogs allow these, but trackbacks are comments that are automatically sent to a blog when it’s been referenced. If you’re talking about something, and somebody else has written about it, reference it! Either directly in the post or at the end put a “Further Reading” section and put links there. This will not only get you a (most likely nofollow) link out in the blogosphere, but there’s a chance the owner of the blog you referenced will check the site out.

Top Five Best WordPress Plugins for Business

WordPress is the world’s most popular open source content management system (CMS), but its standard set of features leave a bit to be desired for organizations using WordPress to power their blog or entire website. However, thanks to a few free WordPress plugins, you can help boost your search engine friendliness, do a better job with web analytics, create better copy, and much more.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Is Yohaan a Remake ?????

On 29/07/11 the official news confirmation of vijay to be directed by GVM by the below ad 

in all leading tamil newspapers !!!!!

The Flims cast is not decided except Vijay to play a lead role.

Ad published on 29/07/11 in all daily's

More Than 100 Delectable Examples of Forced Perspective Photography

 By, Thomas Anderson

The forced perspective technique manipulates our human perception with the use of optical illusions to make objects appear larger, smaller, farther, or closer than they actually are. Photography also uses forced perspective a lot as well to give a certain feel to an image. That’s why I was surprised to only find a few thousand results when searching for ‘forced perspective’ on Flickr.
This particular technique does not only create a visual interest in the photograph but also make them work of art. Here, we have compiled a stunning post on Forced Perspective Photography that will surely take your breaths away. Enjoy!

How to Get Google+ invitation

Hey the new buzz around the globe is the google + which is a start by google to battle with facebook. Morever there are bunch of people who likes to get into Google+ here is a the guide for those who likes to get into Google + .

Step1 : Visit Google+ site here

There give your e-mail id for getting ivitation from Google for Google+.In this you may or may not receive the
invitation for google+.

Step2 : Get from your friends

If you have friends on Google+ request him/her to give invitation for you.

Step3 : Free Google+ give away

I am providing you with the free Google+ invitation to you all for this you just need to post your email id in the comments.

Friday, July 29, 2011

AeroPlane Restaruant

The Iran-Contra Cargo Plane - Restaurant and Bar 

What's the future for a cargo plane after it was shot down?

Well, it can start a bar and restaurant business. Not bad. Don't take it as a joke. Fairchild C-123 relates its name with one of the biggest scandals in the mid 1980's. That involved the Reagan Administration's bizarre of network for arms sales to Iran. This very cargo plane was shot down on October 5, 1986, while delivering supplies to the Nicaraguan Contras.

Bitdefender 2012

Bitdefender has updated its suites for the coming year, and it says it has done it in part by adopting a bit of Romanian lore. Although, to be honest, it may also sound familiar to fans of George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones series. Available exclusively today from CNET, Bitdefender Total Security 2012 (download)Bitdefender Internet Security 2012 (download), and Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2012 (download)were improved in part by taking on the "philosophy based on mythical wolf-dragon from Romania," said Matt Hicks, the company's global public relations manager. The wolf-dragon, he said, is supposed to represent security and alertness.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Mozilla building mobile OS to battle Chrome

Mozilla revealed preliminary plans today to take the Gecko engine that drives its Firefox browser and turn it into an open-source operating system that will eventually work on phones and tablets.
Called Boot to Gecko, it is known that the source code will be released to the public "in real-time," wrote Andreas Gal, a Mozilla researcher. Gecko is the rendering engine that powers Firefox and the e-mail client Thunderbird. By contrast, while Google's Androidmobile operating system is open source, the main development work on it does not become available until after Google has green-lit its publication--sometimes not until months afterward.

Friday, July 22, 2011

Nokia C6-01

The new Nokia C6-01 is full 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen display mobile phone running the latest Symbian ^3 OS.The new Nokia C6-01 sports a 8 mega-pixel camera with dual LED flash and a secondary front camera (VGA) for video calling.Nokia  C6-01 features the best of social networking and mobile entertainment in a stainless steel and glass design.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Government shutting down hundreds of data centers

The U.S. government is aiming to pull the plug on hundreds of unneeded data centers over the next few years in an attempt to save the taxpayers some hard-earned cash.
In blog published yesterday, the White House's Office of Management and Budget admitted that instead of consolidating data centers as many businesses have done in recent years, the government went in the opposite direction. Between 1998 and 2010, federal agencies actually quadrupled their number of data centers despite increases in the efficiency of data storage.
And of course, taxpayers have been stuck paying the bills for those data centers and all the equipment, supplies, and controls they require. The energy costs can be especially high as such data centers can soak up 200 times as much power as standard office spaces, according to the blog.

India VS England 2000th Match

London, July 15: Many are asking the question whether Test cricket is a tenable sport in this fast-paced day and age. An 8-hour-a-day, five-day game that oftentimes culminates in a draw, may defy the norms of entertainment in the present paradigm. But the fact that the 2000th such encounter is all set to unfold at the home of cricket Lords, England, with a sell-out crowd ready to witness the epoch, is validation of its enduring popularity.

England has always been one to purport tradition and custom and now there are nine other such participating countries following suit where Test cricket is concerned (with the appearance of new entrants on the horizon). Today's set up is indeed a far cry from the early years of this long-winded contest where the only countries that engaged in such were England and Australia.