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Rant on Microsoft Website

Friday, December 29, 2006

(1) MSDN Documentation
This is offtopic to the blog; am ranting as I was amused to see the number of refernces on this msdn page [Scroll Down on the page and see the huge list]. MSDN has the best and the most comprehensive API on Windows OS and rarely do I see such a webpage. The list is huge and quite comprehensive just that it should have been corrected so it could be a bit more readable.

(2) Strange IE 7 Rendering
Click Here to follow the link

(3) Website configuration

Checkout http://help.microsoft.com

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Stop telemarketer’s phone call [India Only]

In wake of the rising telemarketing calls in India- Reserve Bank Of India mandates that all service providers operating out of India should have an interface, where customers can request the provider to let not disturb them with any marketing calls.

Following are the list of URL(s) for some of the service providers.


I got the list of these links from http://vadivel.blogspot.com/2006/12/banks-do-not-disturb-me.html#links

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Predict air-ticket price in advance [US only]

Thursday, December 28, 2006

With farecast it’s easier to predict the price of an air-ticket for a given route in near future. Using farecast you can judge when and if the ticket should be bought or postponed to a later date for a better deal.

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Cheap and effective home remedies for your health problems

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Not only are the remedies effective but they are also dirt cheap. Most of the stuff should be readily available at your grocery store


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Free phone calls around the world for just today

JaJah is offering free world phone calls for just today. All you need is to register and you are done.

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Saturday, December 23, 2006

In US and most of the European countries 3-8 MBPS connection at home is quite normal. In South East Asian countries 100 MBPS has reached most homes. With this much bandwidth and connectivity some of us are still using the archaic phone service.

Today the most popular telecom service provider charge extra; be it 50$ installation, 90$ phone adapter or the exuberant amount they charge for the service.

So can we avoid the extra we pay on our old phone service? The answer is Yes - and no I am not talking about SKYPE or VONAGE (They use proprietary software and charge a lot). I am talking free (or at least close to free) landline calls, to all around the world right from your phone handsets.

I am sure you must have heard of VOIP. With VOIP you can make phone calls over the internet. Well to start saving your money all you need is a

  • VOIP adapter

  • VOIP Service provider

  • At least 2 MBPS broadband connection

  • Computer with mic/speaker or phone handset - to answer and receive phone calls.

Adapter: The adapter works like a router - It connects to the internet and divides the connection between your computer and the phone handset. It is configured from the computer so phone calls can be made or received. Configuring a router is trivial and takes a few simple steps, once registration with the VOIP service provider is complete.
The router also encodes and decodes the audio signals.

There are number of VOIP adapters available in the market with different features. You can order VOIP adapter online from http://voip-supply.com/. Above is the pic of the adapter that I have been using for quite some time. It’s a Grandstream 486.

Service Provider: GizmoProject service provide a similar SIP and phone number mapping service. You can buy a cheap number and what more you can even make 1cent a minute call to US and Canada. To save more if the party you call also has a SIP or gizmo number the calls would be charged for free (only in 60 countries).

If you don’t like buying a number then you can even buy an Area 775 number for free.

Well what if you are not in US and want to try gizmo to make cheap international calls. Well all you need is a credit card which is billed to US address. Once you buy the number you can take the adapter where ever you travel and make cheap phone calls. Please note that in some countries VOIP phone calls have some special usage restrictions. Please do check out the countries regulations on the same before using it.

An alternative VoIP service that can be used in any country for international calling is that of United World Telecom. They offer a variety of VoIP phones and VoIP software, as well as a VoIP reseller program for those looking to start their own VoIP business.

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Deals! Coupons! Discounts! Rebates!

Those who practice retail therapy may find something of interest on the following URLs to keep you satisfied and busy:

Deals 2 Buy
Slick Deals
Tech Deals

The above site gets updated on an hourly basis with the latest rebates and discount coupons for a wide variety of products.

* I know there are a couple of more places where you can look for more deals (besides your junk mails) - but well, these are my favorite ones that I prefer to search with the limited time.

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First Post

Am starting this blog to post and share ways we can save money in our daily lives. I would relate stuff that I have tried and/or feel interesting. You are welcome to mail me your ideas and I shall post it with your name and details you want to publish.

Happy Reading. Your comments are most welcome!!!

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