Tuesday, June 23, 2009


Guys who are placed in infosys gotta check this out..

Can a Software Engineer trainee dream of the following as a part of his first job?

The IT Infosys training centre at Mysore is the largest in the world. It is a 9,500 seat training centre. Freshers who are placed in infosys are considered to be the luckiest. The following are the facilities available at totally free of cost..

A fitness centre and recreation facilities.
An Employee Care Centre on campus that houses a gymnasium, table tennis and squash courts, a swimming pool, bowling alley and meditation hall.
An international-class cricket ground and a multipurpose ground with a 6-lane synthetic track, as well as basketball, volleyball and tennis courts.
A multiplex with three screens and auditorium complex, which has a capacity of 1,300 seats.

Now who out there wants to try for infosys offcampus ?


Nothing can be more relaxing than leaving behind all your work and setting out on a holiday. One city in India that has begun attracting tourists from all over the world is Chennai. Mahabalipuram's age old sculptures and the stories behind them, the various theme parks that dot the East Coast Road, Dakshinchitra that showcases the South Indian culture, malls like the spencer plaza, the beach, the idlis,dosas,the language...and just about everything else have started becoming objects of interest. What makes all this really interesting and a pleasure to experience is, the culture. Chennai has long been known for its conservative cum hep attitude,while people take all the freedom to experiment with things,they also know where to draw the line, and that is what makes Chennai so special. Chennai has it all and welcomes tourists with open arms. From what a lot a lot of tourists say, it is the warmth of the people in Chennai that makes them want to come back. If somewhere in the near future you decide to visit the place, Accor hotels might be able to help you with your stay and make it enjoyable. You can book your rooms through Accor Hotels City Super Sale as they offer you a discount of about 60%. This offer is valid till jun29th, so make sure you dont delay and regret later. For more information click on the above link.

Monday, June 22, 2009

The Graduate Record Examination or GRE is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools principally in the United States, but also in other English speaking countries. Created and administered by the Educational Testing Service (or ETS), the exam is primarily focused on testing abstract thinking skills in the areas of math, vocabulary, and analytical writing. The GRE is typically a computer-based exam that is administered by select qualified testing centers; however, paper-based exams are offered in areas of the world that lack the technological requirements.
In the graduate school admissions process, the level of emphasis that is placed upon GRE scores varies widely between schools and even departments within schools. The importance of a GRE score can range from being an important selection factor to being a mere admission formality.
Critics of the GRE have argued that the exam format is so rigid that it effectively tests only how well a student can conform to a standardized test taking procedure.ETS responded by announcing plans in 2006 to radically redesign the test structure starting in the fall of 2007; however, the company has since announced, "Plans for launching an entirely new test all at once were dropped, and ETS decided to introduce new question types and improvements gradually over time." The new questions have been gradually introduced since November of 2007.

Sunday, June 21, 2009


VAIO, an acronym for Video Audio Integrated Operation, is a sub-brand for many of Sony's computer products. The branding was created by Timothy Hanley to distinguish items that encompassed the use of consumer audio and video, as well as being conventional computing products. One example of this was the Sony VAIO W Series personal computer, which functioned as a regular computer and a miniature entertainment center. Although Sony made computers in the 1980s for the Japanese market only, Sony withdrew from the computer business around the turn of the decade. Sony's re-entry to the computer market, this time globally, under the new VAIO brand, started in 1996 with the PCV series of desktops. The VAIO logo also represents the integration of analog and digital technology. The 'VA' represents an analog wave and the 'IO' represents digital binary code.

Monday, June 15, 2009


In animals, the brain is the control center of the central nervous system, responsible for behavior. In mammals, the brain is located in the head, protected by the skull and close to the primary sensory apparatus of vision, hearing, equilibrioception (balance), sense of taste, and olfaction (smell).
While all vertebrates have a brain, most invertebrates have either a centralized brain or collections of individual ganglia. Some animals such as cnidarians and echinoderms do not have a centralized brain, and instead have a decentralized nervous system, while animals such as sponges lack both a brain and nervous system entirely.
Brains can be extremely complex. For example, the human brain contains roughly 100 billion neurons, each linked to as many as 10,000 other neurons

Saturday, June 6, 2009


Eventhough hacking is against law and is on the evil side of using computers, it is really great fun learning it. I have approached many of my friends to learn hacking but was not that successful. I had great interest towards hacking inspite of knowing that it is unethical. What the media has projected about hacking is that hacking has negative effects and many teenagers are either prisoned or taken on the good side like an IT company, organisation etc for breaking difficult codes. This clearly shows that ethical hacking has a lucrative career. Successful hackers are hired by huge companies and organisations for preventing malicious scripts from attacking the main frame computers. Ethical Hacking is very useful in the field of IT Security and there is a growing career seen. The EC-Council has taken steps to offer this course as a regular online classes. This course covers the following topics: Security Fundamentals, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, Computer Forensics, Disaster Recovery and Secure Programming. By the time you finish the course you will become a Certified Ethical Hacker. For more information about this site click on the above link.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008


I am sure you have heard about Lasik. If you are like me who have been suffering from astigmatism and has been wearing glasses for 10 years, I am sure you also have research about everything you can find LASIK technology. My friend’s husband had undergone Lasik for both of his eyes and the result was amazing. He has a vision of 20/20 now and couldn’t be happier that he had undergone despite the worries he had. Now he can enjoy playing golf without having to wear his pair of glasses. What is even wonderful about it is NASA and the US Military have been offering it especially to their personnel who are facing extreme, physically demanding conditions to help improve their eye sight. It has also been validated that Lasik exceeds all established standards of safety and effectiveness so there is nothing to worry.

With the use of modern Lasik which is known as iLasik, it uses two layers instead of one. It is exceptionally safe because the laser replaces the handheld microkeratome blade used in older forms of LASIK. With a success rate of 95% that achieved 20/20 corrected vision from 100 military personnel there is no doubt that Lasik really works. I will definitely read more on LASIK information for all I know, I could be a candidate.



A typewriter is a mechanical or electromechanical device with a set of "keys" that, when pressed, cause characters to be printed on a medium, usually paper. For much of the 20th century, typewriters were indispensable tools in business offices and for many professional writers. By the end of the 1980s, word processor applications on personal computers had largely replaced the tasks previously accomplished with typewriters. Typewriters, however, remain popular in the developing world and among some niche markets.


Hello people, do you love playing DVD games? Do you love sushi? You must be thinking what's the relationship between playing DVD games and sushi. I don't want you to drag your head further, let me tell you straight forward here that Screenlife Games has launched a very funny game which is named after a hit TV show, Banzai. Well, you are not required to swallow the sushi as it's not a sushi eating competition entirely but if you do like sushi, I'm sure you will have the guts to take it as a challenge.

In this game, you are fully tested on the skill of using chopsticks! You are required to pick as many sushi as possible within the given time of 15-minute into your sushi bowl. But before that, all the players have to watch stunts from acclaimed Super Banzai Video Show and bet on the outcome of the stunt. Anyway, whoever has the most sushi in the bowl will appear to be the winner of the game. Isn't it good to play?

This is great playing with family members and friends. If you are still thinking a game for the party you are going to organize, why not trying Banzai as I think it's most appropriate. You can buy it online at a discounted price of only $29.99. You can even download the cute picture of Tako-gotchi for wallpaper and screensaver too. Check out Tako own Myspace page at www.myspace.com/takotheocto. Anyone wanna play with me? Let me warn you, I'm good at using chopsticks! Hehehe...

ScreenLife Games is at it again. They launched a new Banzai game. Check it out:



A manuscript is any document that is written by hand, as opposed to being printed or reproduced in some other way. The term may also be used for information that is hand-recorded in other ways than writing, for example inscriptions that are chiselled upon a hard material or scratched as with a knife point in plaster or with a stylus on a waxed tablet, or are in cuneiform writing, impressed with a pointed stylus in a flat tablet of unbaked clay. The word manuscript is derived from the Latin manu scriptus, literally "written by hand."

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Vietnam officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by China to the north, Laos to the northwest, Cambodia to the southwest, and the South China Sea to the east. With a population of over 86 million, Vietnam is the 13th most populous country in the world.


Do you love seafood? I like some. I’m allergic to shrimp and I don’t eat crab or lobster for fear of my shrimp allergy translating across to other shellfish. But I do like fish - especially salmon. I LOOOOVE a good grilled salmon - all kind of buttery with crispy bits on the edges. Yum.

Do you love trying cook off recipes? The Louisiana Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board (LSPMB) and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association) presented the Fifth Annual Great American Seafood cook off Aug 2-3 in New Orleans and their website presents the five finalists. It’s hard for me to be sure about what my favorite is, since at least 3 of them have shrimp. But, thankfully, Colorado Chef Paul Anders created a recipe for Colorado Striped Bass Panzenella. It’s got fresh tomatoes & cucumbers, mint, basil, olives, ciabatta bread, and eggplant. It sounds so fresh - really like just out of the water fish with all these delicious fresh vegetables and herbs. I adore fresh basil and mint and it sounds like the combination would be delicious with the fish.

He does this wonderful crispy eggplant base and then tops that with a fresh herb yogurt. On top of that is panzenella that is made by toasting ciabatta bread with some olive oil in a pan and then mixing with the very ripest veggies & herbs to make a type of salad. This would work great with the fresh mint & basil I have growing in my herb pot!

Place the gently pan-fried bass on top and drizzle with balsamic vinegar and it’s done. This is simply the perfect summer meal. No real preservatives and everything used is fresh, natural and sustainable. If you live near a place where you can get fresh domestic-caught fish of any kind, what a wonderful, healthy choice for your family meal! Can you imagine catching your own bass in the morning and serving this meal with veggies and herbs from your own garden that evening? How cool would that be?

If you have a chance and you’re looking for some delicious seafood recipes to try, pop over to www.GreatAmericanSeafoodCookOff.com and click on the red banner that says “Vote and Enter to Win a Trip to New Orleans - Recipe Cookoff”. Vote for your favorite recipe and be entered to win a trip to New Orleans prize package!



Communism is a socioeconomic structure that promotes the establishment of an egalitarian, classless, stateless society based on common ownership of the means of production and property in general. It is usually considered to be a branch of socialism, a broad group of social and political ideologies, which draws on the various political and intellectual movements with origins in the work of theorists of the Industrial Revolution and the French Revolution.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008


Many debate topics involve a lot of confusion and altercations. There is a website where you can post your answers for the questions. You can click on others username, read their question and poll. Many intelligent discussions on politics, religion, philosophy or any issues which we meet in our daily lives can be discussed here. You can either Post without Joining or by joining also.


The Dark Ages refers to Greek history from the presumed Dorian invasion and end of the Mycenaean civilization in the 11th century BC to the first Greek city-states in the 9th century BC. The archaeological evidence shows a collapse of civilization in the eastern Mediterranean world during this period, as the great palaces and cities of the Myceneans were destroyed or abandoned. Around this time, the Hittite civilization collapsed and cities from Troy to Gaza were destroyed. The writing of Greek language appears to cease. Greek Dark Age pottery has simple geometric designs and lacks the figurative decoration of Mycenean ware. The Greeks of the Dark Age lived in fewer and smaller settlements suggesting famine and depopulation. It was previously thought that contact was lost between foreign powers during this period yielding little cultural progress or growth; however, artifacts from excavations at Lefkandi on the Lelantine Plain in Euboea suggest that there was significant culture and trade links with the east, particularly Asia Minor.