While going on a hunt for software applications for my dadâ€™s Nokia mobile phone, I found this one on GetJar.
I was looking for some themes for the Nokia 3110c mobile phone, and I came across two good themes on DeviantArt.
I just managed to install the latest version of Ubuntu on my PC, and it was like a smooth ride. My modem and other things worked smooth, and updating was a charm. Just a few commands and I’m done. I like the way this kinda command line updating in Linux. I really love it, and I’m exploring more commands and Googling a lot of stuff.
I wanted to install Epiphany (the name tempted me to try it), so used Synaptic and marked it for installation. But something was wrong.
Hey everyone! If you’re a frequent Orkut user (I’m sure many of my Indian friends are), this is a warning for you:
FilterMyRSS is a pretty neat and useful service for bloggers. With FilterMyRSS, you can filter information on an RSS feed, and cut it down to get only what you want.
Consider that you’re reading a popular blog that publishes tens of articles everyday. Not all posts might be of value to you, but all posts fall right on your RSS reader since you just can’t customize what comes through the feed. Information Overload.
Photo by William Hartz
Does your desktop resemble the one above? May be you’re running too many applications, all crammed up for space on your 15″ or 17″ monitor, and they’re desperate for more space on your screen. You can’t afford a new monitor this time around or setting a high resolution doesn’t go well with your monitor.
Here’s a practical guide on how you can get rid of all the tempting distractions and put more focus on the most needed jobs by making the best use of the available screen space.
Today is a special day. It’s my birthday
I wish to thank all my online friends who’ve always extended their fullest support to me
And, advance birthday wishes go to Sankar Anand from my side. He’s celebrating his birthday tomorrow.
Windows XP users who adore the the Windows Vista GUI can get the rich look of Vista in XP itself, by installing the so called Vista Transformation Pack.