As you go along, you pick up tips and learn new techniques which can’t be bought for money. Unless of course you go for “classes” but there is a lot of things that just can’t be taught through a 1 hour lecture. The only way you can expose yourself to these learning curves is by getting your hands dirty – in a metaphorical sense, of course. Continue reading
Texting, sure, has many benefits. One, of course, is its ability to keep you in touch with your friends and lovers. Imagine how many times it has helped you kill boredom when you were stuck in a boring bus station or at a hospital. It has even helped so much, while you were traveling alone.
Now think back. There have been instances when you have dozed off while in the process of texting! And as you wake up, you would realize that you had sent some incredible spy languages! But these were situations when you needed company. But what if you even do this when it is your bed time? Yes, many of us take conversation till the time till we doze off. Again, the result is the same. You wake up in the morning to see some strange languages in your send items folder. Continue reading
If your efforts go towards obtaining the most traffic for your blog, when it comes to attracting search engine traffic, it is important to spend some time tweaking and working on this specific aspect. Here are a few tips you can work on: Continue reading
The Dutch parliament has approved the law of Internet neutrality, which bans mobile telephone operators from blocking access or charging extra for certain Internet-based communication services. The Netherlands is now the first European country to enshrine the concept of net neutrality. Continue reading
If you’re looking for good sources that will answer your questions and dilemmas in the field of WordPress, and provide the know-how you’re after, then here are a few good online tutorials you can try out. Continue reading
Google Books will enrich its collection through a scanning project planned to take several years: the addition 250,000 books to the Google database is what CEO Larry Page plans, in order to contribute to his vision of having every book ever written available online, free of charge. Roughly 40 million pages will be scanned, titles currently found in the British Library of London. Continue reading
The name of the world’s fastest computer comes from the Japanese work ‘Kei’ meaning 10 quadrillion, a threshold that the machine aims to pass in terms of calculation speed. K Computer has been built by Fujitsu and is already a source of national pride for Japan. Continue reading