National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) site has tons of information about Ocean where generally we cannot go or dares to go.
The site has photo gallery, video clips and education section. This section provides direct access to over 200 lesson plans, offers professional development opportunities for educators, and has an ocean career component.
I find this site quite interesting and Iâ€™m gaining lots of knowledge about ocean.
See NOAA site for more information.
It's not just the government... Be sure and cancel your credit cards before you die. This is priceless, and so easy to see happening, customer service being what it is today.
A lady died this past January, and Citibank billed her for February and March for their annual service charges on her credit card, and then added late fees and interest on the monthly charge. The balance had been $0.00, now is somewhere around $60.00. A family member placed a call to Citibank,
It will be fun to watch Aamir and Kajol's first performance together. I think this is her first movie after her marriage.
I will watch it may be tomorrow or Sunday and I will update all of you later on
This is a good film not like one of those just entertainer, but worth of every rupees you are going to spend.
As usual, Aamir acting (don't expect him as punjabi patriot this time) is world class and oh boy Kajol remainder me old good days. Zooni (Kajol) the blind kashmiri girl falls in love with the aamir who is masquerades as an Army officer is actually a terrorist. Songs are good too.
Go and watch this movie :)
My rating 4/5
Cast: Aamir, Kajol, Tabu and Rishi Kappor
Currently I am using 512K :( broadband connection at home and we have 3 T3 lines at work. :D
University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development aka Internet2 can change the way we use Internet. According to Internet2 official site, "It is Led by more than 200 U.S. universities, working with industry and government, Internet2 develops and deploys advanced network applications and technologies for research and higher education, accelerating the creation of tomorrow's Internet".
According to Yahoo article, "...An Internet that leaves the current Internet in the dust is within reach. Some lucky individuals have already seen the possibilities thanks to the next-gen Net's major research network, a consortium of more than 300 universities, research labs, government agencies, and corporations called Internet2..."
I will be happy to see such powerful high speed Internet2 at home (and I hope they will not forget about security and hackers/spammers).
Finally, some good news for all gamers out there, Microsoft plans to launch its Xbox 360 gaming console in India, where an economic boom has boosted incomes and spurred spending.
According to Zdnet story, "...The U.S. software firm aims to hit the market before the Indian festival of lights, or Diwali, when many companies pay annual bonuses to workers. This year, festival falls on Oct. 21...".
Microsoft hopes to offer the Xbox 360 console, its controller and one game for about Rs. 20,000 ($450 approx).
The price seems to be little high as compare to US market.
Everyone must be aware of Internet Archive. Now someone comes with the idea of online advertising archive.
I like this site because it demonstrates how far Internet advertising has come from the boring banner ad.
There is also a weekly hall of fame highlights the best on the Internet ad.
See online advertising archive here. Donâ€™t forget to check out
French and American N-tech firms eying India according to new article in times of India.
All of them just waiting for the nuclear deal to be cleared out in Washington.
According this TOI article sources, Westinghouse, GE, Atomstroy Export and Areva will be at the starting line-up to bid for nuclear power reactors for India.
Now if I consider past history of US and high interest by big tech firms means the congress will pass the said bill.
This screenshot from The Washington Post compiles news stories and military reports to assemble portraits of U.S. service members lost to the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The database, which was recently relaunched with newly browsable features and permalinks, offers both sweeping views of the operations' tolls and individual profiles of each soldier or Marine who has died. Browsing through, you can view current data on which state has lost the most men and women.
You can click in to a profile, anywhere on the site, to read about the individuals behind those statistics.
After visiting site, I strongly feel that we will never learn from our history.
According to story published in Reader Digest, Indian edition, "...European researchers have found that women negotiate better with men and vice versa but that both men and women become over-competitive when dealing with someone of the same gender...".
So next time you want to grab a business deal or if you want better bargaining results try someone of the opposite sex.
Researchers have suggested that companies can use this knowledge to their benefit, by selecting the gender of their representatives.