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Make personlized e-books from MSDN

Monday, April 30, 2007


Package-this is a .net tool which uses MSDN service to list all the MSDN table of content. The user can then select one or more content and export to chm or hxs format for off-line viewing.

You'd need to install both chm and hxs SDK in order to export to the required format



[Package This]

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Now directly call customer service without waiting

Sunday, April 29, 2007


NoPhoneTrees is a nifty free service that lets you connects to more than 150 customer service phone systems directly without waiting and talking to the IVRs for ever. The service is quite like jajah.com where you give your phone number and the service connects the two parties. At the moment they have customer service numbers of all major banks, air lines, credit cards and hotels, mobile etc. businesses

[No Phone Trees]

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Jajah now on your mobile

Friday, April 27, 2007


Jajah is an Austrian based company that provides one of the cheapest phone calls around the world. Using jajah you can make phone calls from your landline or mobile phone. The only down side was that you'd have to initiate the connection via web.
Now jajah has introduced a plugin that you can install on your symbian mobile phone and make even cheaper calls without initiating the connection from the web.

[Jajah mobile plugins]

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Un encyclopedia - The onion of Wikipedia


There are lot many encyclopedias and wiki's out there that would help you learn on varied subjects of interest. Well when you have had enough and want to take a break, try reading random articles on un-encyclopedia. It would make you jump out chair and make you roll over the floor with the hilarious content it has to offer.

Un-encyclopedia is a parody of wikipedia in some sense and have almost the same format. Check out some of the fun articles

Here is a snip of Un-encyclopedia on harley davidson
[QUOTE]
"Not only will this spectacular invention change our nation, but it will ensure the early death of my daughter's boyfriend," said Harley. Davidson is quoted as saying, "I can finally go to the dentist."

Today Harley-Davidson not only leads the nation in motorcycle production, but also owns 4 states (Iowa, Kansas, North Umbria, and Utah), is responsible for 86% of total human sexual intercourse and 96% of misspelled tattoos. To date, H-D motorcycles have killed almost 2 million stupid boyfriends. Thank you, Harley-Davidson.
[/QUOTE]

[Un-encyclopedia]

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FreeMind - Mind Mapping Software

Thursday, April 26, 2007


FreeMind is a free java based mind mapping tool that help map different ideas and link keywords together in a conceptual diagram. The end diagram can then be used for study or decision making.

You can use mind map tool in your next meeting to collaborate different ideas and form a vague picture which could be discussed over to solve problems or help make some decision.

[FreeMind]

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Enhance Your XP(rience) with Xpy


Xpy is a free open source tool that would disable some of the windows components that would otherwise communicate with Microsoft servers. xpy would secure your Windows 2000/XP/2003 installation and protect privacy. In addition to so-called Antispy features, it disables common security threats (RPC/DCOM, LMHash) and increases your Windows performance.

[Quote]
Features:
• Disable Windows “calling home”
• Disable questionable services
• Disarm Internet Explorer
• Disarm Windows Media Player
• Remove Windows Messenger
• Improve privacy and security
• Improve performance



Though xpy is smaller than 60 kilobytes, it can close serious threats (i.e. DCOM) on long distance, where large service-packs can only protect you until a new security hole has been found.

[Xpy]

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Bubblesnaps - Let you pictures do the talking

Wednesday, April 25, 2007


Bubblesnaps allows you to add speech bubbles to your pictures that can be uploaded or selected from flickr. Use your imagination and add some fun to your pictures ;)



[Bubblesnaps]

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Yahoo releases Yahoo India Maps and Our City


Yahoo has released Yahoo India Maps that shows street level hybrid maps of all major Indian cities. Using the local maps you can search the local businesses such as restaurants, banks etc. The interface is sleek/fast than compared to any other maps service. The Map does not let you find directions though.



Yahoo Our City bring dynamic content such as local-city events, news, weather, blogs, photographs etc. The main page of the city page shows the city facts from wikipedia. The Y! Our City page shows 20 cities at the moment and new cities page are added over a period of time.

[Yahoo India Maps]
[Yahoo Our City]

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Java technology stack on ubuntu 7.04

Monday, April 23, 2007


from the netbeans weekly newsletter:

"Sun and Canonical announce the immediate availability of a complete,
production quality Java technology stack and developer tools with the
latest release of Ubuntu, v7.04, making it easier for GNU/Linux developers
to leverage the Java platform in their applications. The stack is
comprised of key popular Java technologies such as GlassFish v1, Java
Platform, Standard Edition (JDK 6), Java DB 10.2 and NetBeans IDE 5.5."

More at
Sun

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Get Free Visual Studio 2005 From Microsoft

Sunday, April 22, 2007


Microsoft is giving away Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition worth 300$ to software dev professional, who would attend 2 Visual Basic 2005 labcasts and submit an evaluation form for each session.

Read more about the rules and offer

[Get free Visual Studio]

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Flagr - Share Places

Saturday, April 21, 2007


Flagr is a web based SHAREWHERE community that encourages users to mark interesting places on the map. Some of flagr maps are North America Bike Trails, Most Dangerous Places, Runners Maps, Ski Jump Areas etc.
Flagr makes use of Google maps. If you don't have any thing special to share may be you can create a map of your own to show the places you have been to

[Flagr]

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Neat Defrag Utilities


The following two defrag utilities are quite different from the commercially available defrag utilities in essence that one can defrag registry, hibernation files etc and the other can optimize USB stick and floppies too.

PageDefrag
[Quote]
PageDefrag uses advanced techniques to provide you what commercial de-fragmenters cannot: the ability for you to see how fragmented your paging files and Registry hives are, and to de-fragment them. In addition, it defragments event log files and Windows 2000/XP hibernation files (where system memory is saved when you hibernate a laptop).

JKDefrag
is a free disk de-fragment and optimization utility for all version of windows 2000 and above (including Vista x64). The best part besides being free is that it can even optimize USB sticks and floppies. The web-page has links to dll library, screen-saver and command line version.

[PageDefrag]
[JKDefrag]

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Learn cryptography using cryptool (windows only)


Cryptool is an e-learning tool that illustrates cryptographic concepts. The graphical interface and extensive online documentation allow the user to be introduced to cryptography. Cryptool covers almost all trivial to intricate algorithms, no wonder why it received international award as an educational software.

[Link to png hosted at cryptool]
http://www.cryptool.com/images/ScreenShot-4.en.png

Check out some of the screenshots at
Cryptool.

[Cryptool]

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Jaman


Jaman is a new startup company that may challenge Joost, as it holds the worlds largest online libraries of feature films and documentaries from all subcontinents (triple that of Apple's IStore. Jaman is a paid service that allows users to download/rent and discuss the videos. Join now and you would get to see 3 movies or documentaries of your choice for free.

[Jaman]

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Universal Extractor


Universal Extractor is one complete solution that would extract everything from any thing that is compressed, be it any setup exe, msi, caab or any other compressed archives. Note that this is only an extractor program and would not create any archives. It may not be as fast as 7-zip or others but the whole idea is to extract from ANY compressed file.

Universal Extractor

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Firefox Extension: Use OpenPGP for HTTP Protocol

Wednesday, April 18, 2007


Enigform is an interesting idea of using OpenPGP for HTTP authentication. It's basically a firefox extension and works on similar principal of PGP.

[Quote from the website]

Enigform is a Mozilla Firefox extension that provides you the ability to digitally sign HTTP requests, even those generated via AJAX calls. This extension is focused on adding an extra layer of security to the HTTP protocol.

By having the GET query string and the POST payload ("variable=test") signed using an ASCII armored, Clearsign, OpenPGP based procedure, the browsing user can provide Identity and Data Authentication to that payload, thus adding all OpenPGP benefits to the HTTP protocol.


Enigform

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Another Refresh problem with Vista


I had previously posted a number of screen grabs showing the problem with windows Vista's File Open Dialog Box. Today I found two related problems with windows explorer.

(1) Here you see a jpeg file, note the size in the status bar



(2) Select the file and refresh the explorer window. (you wont' see the bug if you don't select the file)



(3) Now note the size in the status bar. You'd see every time the window is refreshed the file size in the status bar doubles.



After a little bit of experimentation I found that the status bar does not auto-update the file properties.

For example if I edit the file in mspaint



I still see the old file size listed in the status bar. No don't click F5 or Refresh as it would double the size.



After finding all these bugsI feel that Vista still has some small issues that needs to be looked at.


[EDIT]

Here is the video of the same problem

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Opera releases full version of Internet Channel for WII

Thursday, April 12, 2007


Opera has released full version of internet channel today

The new features are:
  • New type of zoom,
  • more scrolling options,
  • increased simplicity and ease-of-use,
  • and the ability to turn the toolbar on or off (see a complete features overview below).
This version of browser is free till 30'th June only, check out the new features etc

New Opera On Wii

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Picasaweb Albums Data API Released


Google has release Picasaweb Data API that allows you to write application to update WebAlbums as feeds(Yes it's all XML). The client application can use the api to update photos, albums, write comments, tags etc. Using the API you can also create screensaver or create plugins to update the web album via mobile phones.

The site also has a couple of sample projects listed on their website. Just wait and watch and you'd see some outstanding application in WPF that would utilize the API to show your web album on Z-Axis.

Picasaweb Data API Overview
Developer's Guide

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Now you can blog In Hindi


A new transition feature has been added to blogger that allows you to blog in Hindi. The new blogger even supports on the fly correction and on screen keyboard. Download Devanagiri font and start blogging/rendering text in Hindi (हिंदी)




For more features and how-to read the blogger help.

Blogger Help On Hindi
Blog In Hindi

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An innovative way to read news

Wednesday, April 11, 2007


Mibazaar blogs makes use of Google News RSS Feeds, Google Earth and Yahoo Geocoding/Traffic to display all events and news in an innovative new way. It's quite an interesting way to read news, just enter your zip code and you'll see a google map with a balloon tool tip showing all the major event in that zip code. It's the same format that applies to all the other news section (For example you can follow Sachin Tendulkar's history on google maps).



At the moment mibazzar also categorize world cricket news

Cricket Only News
Men In Blue News
Local News

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Live CDs


Live CDs distribution runs straight from the system memory without any installation and is most popular in case of System Recovery and Penetration Testing (I know most of the linux distros are available as Live CDs too).

[Rescue/Diagnostics]
Though illegal and treated as "Warez", Hiren Boot CD contains the most comprehensive rescue/diagnostic tools and is still quite popular amongst many users. The link to the CD image is not available anymore, but still you might want to take a look at the stuff that was/is available in the CD.

Hiren's Boot CD


[Forensic/Security/Penetration Testing]
Backtrack is the number one Live CD for penetration testing that every pen tester must have used by now. The other popular Live Distros that contain a number of security tools are Knoppix-STD, PHLAK. Just pop in the CD, boot and you are set to go.

BackTrack
Phlak
Knoppix-STD

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Microsoft Developer Network


The last few days has been really good news for the windows developer.

Besides the fact that MSDN Library April 2007 is made free, Microsoft has recently announced availability of all new Enterprise Library. SomaSegar had recently announced the availability of ever popular Microsoft Expression Blend/Web to all MSDN premium subscribers (Though Expression Blend won't be available until this mid year).

MSDN Library April 2007
Microsoft Enterprise Library
SomaSegar's Announcement

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PC Decrapifier


I learnt about PC Decrapifier on Gizmodo

The PC Decrapifier is designed to remove a specific list of unwanted software in an unattended fashion. Before running, the user may select exactly what software should be removed. This tool should is analogous to the blog "Malware from computer vendors", where I described how computer vendor would install old drivers and unwanted software out of the box.

PC Decrapifier

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INF Update Utility

Tuesday, April 10, 2007


Computer component manufacturer provides drivers which are configured and installed using INF files. The INF files contains the configuration settings (usually some registry settings) by which the various hardware components are recognized and configured properly. It is always good to have the latest INF files so new drivers can make the best use of the available hardware. In case if you are using Intel chipset then you might want to install "INF Update Utility" that would automatically update INF files.

Intel INF Update Utility

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Malware from the computer vendors


Talking about malicious software that you SHOULD uninstall comes straight from the computer vendor when you first buy your PC. Most vendor would install auto update and a gazillion software/drivers that you never asked for (besides the stupid way they partition the hard disk). HP for example installs "HP Software update" on all HP PCs/Notebooks that is of no good.

Take Graphic Drivers for example:

(1) The HP Software update utility would not download the latest graphic drivers, rather would download some 3-4 months old drivers.




(2) The vendor's site for obvious reasons would show the latest drivers on the their site


(3) Windows Update for some reason would not get the new drivers either from HP or Intel's website.

With 4 month's old graphic driver I was able to play Half-Life at 8 frames per second, with the new driver installed I could play at 28-30 frames per second. Also I found updating to the new graphic driver decreased startup time by 3-4 seconds and that RAM was free'er by 2-3 MB.

My suggestion after all this experimentation would be to do a clean install of windows if you experience slow startup speeds, the reason could well might be the drivers and pre-loaded software that comes from your vendor.

[On similar note]
One easy way to find the culprit driver that may slow the startup speed would be to enable "boot-log/No-GUI boot" option in msconfig. Next time you'd start your PC you would see the list of drivers loaded one by one in the console screen, the one that takes maximum time should be your first pick.

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Home automation system controllers using wi-fi

Monday, April 9, 2007


There are a number of "building" automation systems providers such as Johnson Controls or HoneyWell that provides sensor controls and security systems that you might find in most airports, hotels or hospitals. Control4 is the next best "home" automation system provider that further extends above and allows you to control your home theater, enables multi-room music, control light, temperature and guess what blinds too.

Control4 uses the new upcoming Zigbee Technology (802.15.4). Head off to their website and look at the cool features all based on Zigbee.

Control4
Zigbee

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Vista has a bad open file dialog box

Saturday, April 7, 2007


(1) Open a file dialog box, for example in notepad, goto file, open menu.




(2) Rename any folder on the left pane



(3) Now look at the address bar



For some reason it seems the shell or explorer does not update the address bar and the right panel.

(4)

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Seriously customizable browser


The 5 MB browser with punch (built-in extensions, IRC, Mail client etc) is one of the most popular browsers available. Opera is the default choice of browser in Nintendo's WII and other mobile devices.
Not many of us know that this browser can be customized to a great detail right from the click of your mouse button (no need to install extension unlike firefox).

Opera has recently announced another built-in addon called "Speed Dial" which automatically refreshes the Speed-Dialed website and let's you preview the same in a grid view window.




Opera
Opera Test Bits

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Goodbye NDoc, Hello SandCastle


Sandcastle produces accurate, MSDN style, comprehensive documentation by reflecting over the source assemblies and optionally integrating XML Documentation Comments.
Sandcastle has the following key features:

# Works with or without authored comments
# Supports Generics and .NET Framework 2.0
# Sandcastle has 2 main components (MrefBuilder and Build Assembler)
# MrefBuilder generates reflection xml file for Build Assembler
# Build Assembler includes syntax generation, transformation..etc
# Sandcastle is used internally to build .Net Framework documentation

March CTP is now available

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Share two or more entirely different OS using a single mouse/keyboard


The open source program Synergy lets you share a single mouse and keyboard between multiple computers with different operating systems, each with its own display, without special hardware.

It's intended for users with multiple computers on their desk since each system uses its own monitor(s).

The only obvious requirement is that all the systems should be connected via TCP/IP


Synergy

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Windows Vista's Reliability Monitor


Windows Vista has a number of built-in tools such as "Memory Diagnostic Tool" and the improvised "Task Scheduler", but what turns out to one of the best built-in tool is the all new "Reliability Monitor". Reliability Monitor is accessible under "Control Panel" -> "Administrative Tools" -> "Computer Management" -> "Reliability and Performance" (Pane) -> "Monitor Tool".

I believe this is one tool that is missing among all other Operating System. The UI is the best to understand the various major events that may have affected the reliability of your system.




More on Reliability Monitor

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Free and Secure Data Removal Tool for Windows & Dos


Eraser is an advanced, open source, security tool (for Windows), which allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected military grade patterns.




Read more about the various patterns used by this tool.

Eraser

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C++ Trivia

Friday, April 6, 2007


Can some one tell the output using different compiler (especially VC++) and explain the reasoning too?

5 points to you if you find the correct answer in first go.


-----------------------------------------------------------


#include "stdafx.h"

int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
{
int Buffer[16];
int i = 10;

switch (i)
{
case 9:
int Buffer[8];
break;

case 10:

printf("The number of elements in buffer is %d",s izeof(Buffer)/sizeof(int));

getchar();
break;
}
return 0;
}

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Full Mandrivia linux on 4GB Flash


The title says it all. User has 3GB space, and the memory stick has 5 year warranty. Shipping starts April, 12'th.

Mandrivia Linux on Flash

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Experimental news site using Google Maps and Y! News

Thursday, April 5, 2007


News map is an expiremental news site that uses best of both google maps and yahoo news. Just click any where on the map and read the news on the right pane.



NewsMap

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Worlds first completely open mobile phone software stack

Wednesday, April 4, 2007


OpenMoko is the first mobile phone software stack

OpenMoko is supposed to run on all kinds of Linux-capable mobile phones. The first fully supported OpenMoko phone is the FIC Neo1973. Check out some pics and videos at the link below.

OpenMoko

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Share and control videos with Y! Messenger


Instead of just IMing URLs and waiting for your friends to watch, Zync (Yahoo Messenger Plugin) allows you to converse about a video (pausing, jumping back, and watching together with a friend).

Zync

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Surf without those stupid advertisements

Tuesday, April 3, 2007


No toolbar (be it from Yahoo or Google) or any browser (Firefox/Opera/IE) can stop all those flashy, fly-in advertisements. The only advertisement blocker that can successfully block 100% advertisements is "AdBlock Plus:. Sadly this extension is compatible only with Firefox.




To test the same, install it and you'd stop seeing all the advertisements on this page or any other blog. As this extension can hurt the blog ad revenue, you would not see it referred so much.

Adblock Plus

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New LSP Explorer from LavaSoft


LSP are small pieces of software that can be added or inserted into the Windows TCP/IP handler by other software. Outward bound data from your computer, even sent to a legitimate destination on the Internet, can be intercepted by LSP and sent to a destination outside of your intent or control. LSP Explorer allows you to view active LSP and Name Service Providers on your system, as well as in-depth information about each, so you can determine if they are legitimate.

LSP Explorer

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The most nutrient and powerful natural food

Monday, April 2, 2007


With 10 times the antioxidants of grapes and twice the antioxidants of blueberries, the Brazilian Acai berry(AH-sci-EE) is considered to have the best nutritional value of any fruit on earth. Acai berry is popular in health food and contains antioxidants that destroyed cultured human cancer cells in a recent study.

Read more about the benefits @

Squidoo
Wikipedia

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Mozilla browser for windows mobile


Minimo is a browser for windows mobile devices which is based on Mozilla technology and supports JavaScript, tabbed browsing, Ajax and GPS.
The browser project is only hosted by Mozilla and is not supported by the same.



Learn more at
Minimo

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Strange Looking Creatures










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Joost Invites


I have got 5 joost invites. Leave me your mail id in comments and I shall send you the invite.

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Grand Theft Auto IV Trailer



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Super Paper Mario - Wii's next killer app?

Sunday, April 1, 2007


I have always been a big fan of Mario (Some may call it lame and archaic) and if you are too then you'd be glad to know that Wii's next super game would be Paper Mario. You can now play video games from Mario's perspective. Didn't understand? Let's check out some of the screenshots





Check out the Youtube Video
Read the in-depth Article

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