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Month: July 2008 (page 2 of 2)

Par Pappu can’t code saala

[Kit kit kat kat, kat kit kat kat, Kit kit kat kat, Let’s code] 2
Hai bachelor (hai bachelor), Has lotsa dollar (lotsa dollar)…
Hai bachelor, has lotsa dollar…
Spectacular! He’s a developer (he’s a developer, he’s a developer)…
Pappu ka dimaag tez hai, Pappu ko breaks ka craze hai…
Pappu ka chashma thick black, Pappu dikhta geek hai (geek hai)…
Swatch ki ghadi hathon mein, Gale mein tag company wala…

[Par Pappu can’t code saala] 2

Han Pappu code likh nahi sakta!
Paida Pappu hua to outsourcing aa thamki…
Angrezon ke muh se nikhli gandhe gaaliyon ki dhamki…
(hey array array) Pappu karta hey cut copy paste…
(hey array array) Tester logon ka time karta hey waste…
(hey array array) Pappu manager logon ka yaar hai…
(hey array array) Pappu beer peene mein toh star hai…

[But Pappu can’t code saala] 2

Haan Pappu code likh nahi sakta!
Papa kehte the bada kaam karega…
Nahi patha tha Pappu bus maska marega…
(hey array array) Pappu ke paas hai MBA…
(hey array array) Mangata hai onsite jaise ho holiday…
(hey array array) Pappu keyboard bajata hai…
(hey array array) Jahaan bhi jata hai, wapus aa jata hai…

[Cos Pappu can’t code saala] 2

Haan Pappu code likh nahi sakta…
Yeah…Pappu can’t code saala…!!!

Free Ticket Every day by Indian Railways


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A Leader Should Know How to Manage Failure

A Leader Should Know How to Manage Failure
(Former President of India APJ Abdul Kalam at Wharton India Economic forum , Philadelphia, March 22,2008)

Question: Could you give an example, from your own experience, of how leaders should manage failure?

Kalam: Let me tell you about my experience. In 1973 I became the project director of India’s satellite launch vehicle program, commonly called the SLV-3. Our goal was to put India’s “Rohini” satellite into orbit by 1980. I was given funds and human resources — but was told clearly that by 1980 we had to launch the satellite into space. Thousands of people worked together in scientific and technical teams towards that goal.

By 1979 — I think the month was August — we thought we were ready. As the project director, I went to the control center for the launch. At four minutes before the satellite launch, the computer began to go through the checklist of items that needed to be checked. One minute later, the computer program put the launch on hold; the display showed that some control components were not in order. My experts — I had four or five of them with me — told me not to worry; they had done their calculations and there was enough reserve fuel. So I bypassed the computer, switched to manual mode, and launched the rocket. In the first stage, everything worked fine. In the second stage, a problem developed. Instead of the satellite going into orbit, the whole rocket system plunged into the Bay of Bengal. It was a big failure.

That day, the chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization, Prof. Satish Dhawan, had called a press conference. The launch was at 7:00 am, and the press conference — where journalists from around the world were present — was at 7:45 am at ISRO’s satellite launch range in Sriharikota [in Andhra Pradesh in southern India]. Prof. Dhawan, the leader of the organization, conducted the press conference himself. He took responsibility for the failure — he said that the team had worked very hard, but that it needed more technological support. He assured the media that in another year, the team would definitely succeed. Now, I was the project director, and it was my failure, but instead, he took responsibility for the failure as chairman of the organization.

The next year, in July 1980, we tried again to launch the satellite — and this time we succeeded. The whole nation was jubilant. Again, there was a press conference. Prof. Dhawan called me aside and told me, “You conduct the press conference today.”
I learned a very important lesson that day. When failure occurred, the leader of the organization owned that failure. When success came, he gave it to his team. The best management lesson I have learned did not come to me from reading a book; it came from that experience.

Privnote Lets You Send Messages That Self-Destruct


What is Privnote?

Privnote is a web tool that you can use to send private notes over the Internet.

What makes Privnote different from sending a regular email or instant message?

  • You get a link to the note, and once that link is clicked the note is destroyed so it can only be seen once. If someone intercepts the link and sees the note before the person who’s intended to read it, that person will know that the note has been eavesdropped, and can tell you about it.
  • If you want to be notified when your note gets read you can do it by checking the notify box located below then note. Neither email nor instant messaging provides a reliable way to know if, let alone when, your messages are read.
  • If you send a note and suddenly regret having done so, you can click the link yourself which will destroy the note and prevent the receiver from reading it.

Sending links in emails is as easy as writing the note in the email itself, so why not add a little extra privacy at zero cost? Besides, everybody knows how to click on a link so you won’t have to explain anything new in your email.

Try it!

Kabhi Kabhi Aditi Zindagi – Jaane tu Ya JAANE NA

Lyrics of Kabhi Kabhi Aditi Zindagi (Jaane Tu…)

Kabhi Kabhi aditi Zindagi ,
Mein yuhi koi apna lagta hai
Kabhi Kabhi aditi woh bichad jaye to
Ek sapna lagta hai

Aise mein koi kaise apnne aasun ko behene se roke
Aur kaise koi soch de
Everythings gona be ok

Kabhi kabhi to lage zindagi mein rahi na khushi aur na maza
Kabhi kabhi to lage har din muskhil Aur har pal ek saza

Aise mein koi kaise muskuraye kaise hasde kush ho ke
Aur kaise koi soch de
Everything gona be ok

Soch zara janejaa tujhko hum kitna chahte hai
Roote hai hum bhi agar teri aakhon mein aasun aate hain
Gana to aata nahi hai magar phir bhi hum gaate hain

Hey aditi maan kabhi ,kabhi sare jahan mein andhera hota hai
Lekin raat ke baad hi to savera hota

Kabhi Kabhi aditi Zindagi ,
Mein yuhi koi apna lagta hai
Kabhi Kabhi aditi woh bichad jaye to
Ek sapna lagta hai

Hey aditi hasde hasde hasde hasde hasde tu zara
Nahi to bas thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda muskura

Tu Kush Hai to lage ki jahan mein chai hai kushi
Suraj nikle badlon se aur baate zindagi
Sunto zara madhosh hawa tujhse kehne lagi

Ki Aditi woh ko bichadte hain ek na ek din phir mil jate hain
Aditi jane tu ya jaane na phool phir khil jate hain

Kabhi Kabhi aditi Zindagi ,
Mein yuhi koi apna lagta hai
Kabhi Kabhi aditi woh bichad jaye to
Ek sapna lagta hai

Hey aditi hasde hasde hasde hasde hasde tu zara
Nahi to bas thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda muskura

Hey aditi hasde hasde hasde hasde hasde tu zara
Nahi to bas thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda muskura

Gmail blog turns 1: Looking back at our 10 most read tips

Soruce :- Gmail BlogSpot

When we launched the Gmail blog exactly one year ago, our goal was to provide you with new feature announcements, insight into how the Gmail team works, and tips on how to become a Gmail ninja. We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our posts, and to celebrate our birthday, here’s a look back at the past year and a recap of our 10 most read tips:

10) Have Gmail do your laundry – How to suggest new features for Gmail. We always like hearing from you.

9) Tips for importing old email to Gmail – A post on how to make the switch to Gmail as seamless as possible.

8) Edit contacts right from your chat list – When we released the newest version of Gmail, it came with some new bells and whistles. This one will help you clean up your chat list and change contact information quickly.

7) 2 Hidden ways to get more from your Gmail address – You can insert certain characters to your email address to get additional names out of it — all of which still make it to your inbox.

6) How to find any email with Gmail search – To take the best advantage of Gmail search, we explain how to use search operators so you can find any email the first time.

5) 5 little-known Gmail features you may not yet know about – When we released the newest version of Gmail, there were a bunch of really useful features people didn’t yet know about. So we told you about them.

4) Top 10 little known Gmail features (and Part 2) – In this post, we explained ten Gmail features that people generally didn’t know about. From “custom from” to creating events in Gmail, this post goes over key features any serious Gmail user needs to know.

3) Getting Gmail anywhere: IMAP versus POP – A lot of people choose to get Gmail on mobile phones and destkop mail clients, so we went over the two most popular ways people do so and showed the key benefits of using IMAP — which we’ve provided for free since the fall.

2) 3 Gmail Labs features that will spice up your inbox – This post covers how to enable and use the most popular Gmail Labs features: Superstars, Pictures in chat and Quick Links.

1) 9 reasons to archive – From the sophisticated to the snarky, these tips fueled the most viewed post in Gmail blog history. If this doesn’t get you to archive, then we don’t know what will.

Thanks for reading this past year, and we hope to provide even more tips this year — so stay tuned

IDLDPL rolls out YES DPF900 Digital Photo Frame in India

Source :- TechGadgets.In

YES DPF900 photo frame IDLDPL has announced the availability of the latest consumer technology product in the Indian market. It is a 9-inch digital photo frame dubbed DPF900 from YES.

The YES DPF900 frame allow you to store all your memories and even view it anytime on its brilliant, high-contrast color LCD screen. It claims to offer fast response, direct input from most digital cameras and memory cards, USB flash or syncing with the computer in addition to 8 MB onboard memory.

YES DPF900 packs in a lot of features including displaying a number of still photos, playing MP3 songs or MPEG4 files. You can also adjust the brightness and color of their high-resolution photos displayed.

YES has also installed an innovative reminiscence function that enables consumers to search a particular from a plethora of photos with ease, according to a specific date.


Ack:- Heena

Teri doli uthi,
Meri mayyat uthi,
Phool tujh par bhi barse,
Phool mujh par bhi barse,

Tu saj gayi,
Mujhe sajaya gaya ,
Tu bhi ghar ko chali,
Main bi ghar ko chala,



Tu uth ke gayi,
Mujhe uthaya gaya ,
Mehfil wahan bhi thi,
Log yahan bhi the,



Unka hasna wahan,
Inka rona yahan,
Qazi udhar bhi tha, Molvi idhar bhi tha,

Do bol tere pade, Do bol mere pade,
Tera nikah pada, Mera janaaza pada,

Tujhe apnaya gaya ,
Mujhe dafnaya gaya.


Mindbloggling salaries are just a click away

Source :-

New Delhi: For those of you who think blogging is just a pass time, here’s a myth breaker: for some, it’s a job that could earn you as much as Rs 1 lakh a month.

Welcome to the world of Amit Agarwal, one of the few professional bloggers in India. Agarwal started blogging two years after quitting his job at a software company. He now earns several lakhs a month. So how he does make his millions?

“I get sponsors who like to put advertisements on my website,” he says. started as a technology blog where you’ll now find everything from ways to translate Hindi webpages to English, keys to read full copies of popular magazines, tips and tricks to use Wikipedia more effectively.

The site packs in more than 5,000 articles and is loaded with the kind of stuff that does not make to the newspapers but just the kind of stuff that more than two million people want to read every month.

If you want to click as a professional blogger, start posting five to seven times a day. Entries should be original and content consistent. But most of all, you need to be patient. Agarwal says his blog only started making money after about a year.

While cyberspace itself is the best teacher, you can learn to design, create and operate online content.

At Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media in Bangalore that offers a graduate and post-graduate diploma in new media and Asian College of Journalism in Chennai holds a post graduate diploma in new media.

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