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Month: October 2007

Big Bikes? For us?

I was going through my routine blog dose and found this interesting post in The Bike Chronicles of India by Payeng , which is undoubtfully the most repected biking blog in India. He points to the news of yamaha launching liter class bikes in India ( yea..start dreaming!!) .But the thing is , they bring it as CBU(Completely Built Units) which is almost equal to the price given to an imported Bike. So , we Indians ,with our roads and our pockets, and ofcourse our traffic, mind to pay 1 milion rupees for getting a super bike ? As payeng says, “I have to get married, buy a house, have kids, save for their education, buy a car and save for my retirement..!! From where the hell can I afford the 10 lakh needed for the R1..??” Its not that i am that old,(just on my early 20s) , but i know how hard it would be for me to spend out 10 lakh bucks for a bike.(Unless i win a jackpot any soon!) . I know how hard it is to earn enough for a decent life. I know how harsh it would be to ride a CBR to a party after sending my family in a cab. Then , what if the japs starts building super bikes here in India? I mean, if they can sell a...

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2008 – Year of Mobile??

I have been hearing this for last 4~6 year- “Next year is of Mobiles!” Analysts, gurus, and pundits point to massive device adoption overseas. Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft continue to invest heavily in mobile technology, including ad serving, testing different monetization schemes and ad formats. But mobile needs to become material and more of consumer behavior influencer for more people before marketers claim successes.I’m still concerned about the mobile browser’s applicability as an ad platform for a large portion of search marketers. Lets discuss why I think mobile search still faces some serious hurdles for many advertisers. Where Mobile Search Advertising Works Clearly, people use mobile search when they need information on the go. If it’s a commerce-related search, there’s an opportunity to simultaneously meet the searcher’s needs and the marketer’s objectives. Local businesses, particularly restaurants, bars, movie theaters, and retailers, can present their location or business information to consumers when they’re actively searching and proximal to their location. However, not all searches with regional or geographic intent are suitable for mobile ad platforms. As retail Web sites’ interfaces and content become more mobile-friendly, including product-availability searches at specific store locations, mobile use may increase. Still, significant issues remain that the mobile ad industry must solve, including: Ad-format challenges. What’s the right ad format for mobile devices? Banners don’t render the same across all devices. This is partially due...

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Shut. The. Fuck. Up.

OK, I’ve had with you people. You know who you are. Yeah, you’re the people hu tipe like dis. You’re the people hU tInK ItS cOoL 2 tIpE lIkE tHiS aLl ThE tImE!!!!!!! Shut. The. Fuck. Up. Just because we’re on the internet does not mean that you can forget everything you know about grammar, spelling, language, or just plain old ****ing LOGIC AND COMMON SENSE. Seriously, folks, is this really necessary? It actually takes longer to write in alternating caps, and you look like a ****ing retard when you intentionally misspell everything. Now, I’m not talking about using internet slang. Sure, it’s a lot easier to write “lol” than “man, that was hilarious”. And that’s fine. It’s also easier to write “g2g” instead of “I have to go, see you later”. But those are mostly used in Instant Messaging. My problem is with the bloggers,and reviewers. My problem is with the blogspot and Mouthshut users who think that it’s cool and hip to write like a ***ing six year old. Well, I have news for you people: iTs NoT kEwL!!!!! K RITE?????!?!?!?! So, here’s my plea to you all. Write in whatever language you speak, and write properly, because chances are you’re intelligent enough to. But that may be pushing...

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Airtel Hack for free internet

These are all the tricks i know so far You need a PC or a Laptop and the required connectivity tools ,ie., Serial/USB cable OR Infrared Device OR Bluetooth dongle 1) Activate Airtel Live! ( It’s FREE so no probs) 2) Create TWO Airtel gprs data accounts (yep TWO) and select the FIRST as the active profile. 3) Connect your mobile to the PC (or Laptop) and install the driver for your mobile’s modem. 4) Create a new dial-up connection using the NEW CONNECTION WIZARD as follows Connecting Device : Your mobile’s modem ISP Name : Airtel (or anything you like) Phone Number : *99***2# / Try 99***1 Username and Password : blank 5) Configure your browser and download manager to use the proxy and port 8080.( My advice is to use Opera since you can browse both wap and regular websites) 6) Connect to the dial-up account. You will be connected at 115.2 kbps (but remember, that is a bad joke). 7) Pick up your mobile and try to access any site. You will get “Access Denied…”(except for Airtel Live!). IT DOES NOT MATTER. Keep the mobile down. 8 ) On the PC ( or Laptop) open your browser, enter any address , press ENTER and…….WAIT 9) After a few seconds the page will start to load and you have the WHOLE internet at your disposal. TWO...

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How to Break Into Email Accounts

Disclaimer : I do not endorse Hacking ! This is meant for educational purpose only ! I want u to know how others can try break into your Personal life ! Beware !! This is a Genuine Article.Will try to add in as much as possible.Keep posting comment on this article ! Introduction I have written this tutorial to address a question that is all too commonly asked in any channel/chat room with “hack” in the title (asked in frequency to the point of harrassment really). So since this is a question that so many people ask, then I believe that there should at least be an answer available (regardless of the morality or “lameness” of such a question). So you as the reader are most likely reading this because you want to break into somebody’s email account. Well, you must understand that there is no 1-2-3 process to anything. I will give you options to consider when persuing such a task, but it will ultimately be up to you to do this. This is what you want to do, and no matter what sort of offers you throw up at anybody, nobody is going to do this for you. There is no program that is going to do all this for you. Also don’t forget that nobody is going to hold your hand and lead you through this....

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