Saturday, 31 January 2015

You Know a TEAM Player, when you See One!! Add One to Your's!

You Know a TEAM Player, when you See One!! Add One to Your's!
Onto the Next, Team Fitrangi !!! SEEDing Time! Well Done!
_^_ T ogether
(',') E veryone
<)) A chieves
_/\_ M ore
January 31, 2015 at 07:46PM

Congratulations!!! To the Winners of Google Lunar XPRIZE and the entire Team Indus!

Congratulations!!! To the Winners of Google Lunar XPRIZE and the entire Team Indus who have strived for this and would be surging ahead to the #Moon Next stop #OccupyMoon #ECA #TeamIndus Arun Seth, Pallav Nadhani, Ravi Gururaj
Indian Team Wins $1 Million Google Lunar Xprize

January 31, 2015 at 07:09PM via Facebook

When you move your Focus, from Competition to Contribution, Life becomes Celebration!! #athingaday

January 31, 2015 at 06:06PM

If You Expect the World to be Fair with You, because you are Fair, You're Fooling yourself. That's Like expecting the Lion not to Eat you because You didn't Eat Him! #athingaday

January 31, 2015 at 10:10AM

Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Scientists Figure Out How To Unboil Eggs

Scientists Figure Out How To Unboil Eggs!!!
EGGS Unboil
It has often been said that you can't Unscramble an Egg ... but you might be able to Unboil one!
Not sure if you would have some practical uses for this Pee smelling one. Hope that it will eventually find uses in Industries from Cheese-making to Pharmaceuticals.
When you boil an egg, the heat causes the proteins inside the egg white to tangle and clump together, solidifying it. New research published in ChemBioChem by scientists at UC Irvine shows how they can essentially reverse the clumping process by adding chemicals to a cooked egg.

January 28, 2015 at 11:19PM

There are two kinds of People, those who Do the Work and those who Take the Credit. Try to be in the First Group; there is Less Competition there. Indira Gandhi~ #athingaday

January 28, 2015 at 06:06PM

If you See the Bright Light in Front of You, When Turning Back, it Would be, Your Own Dark Shadow, that You would Find!! DB~ #athingaday

January 28, 2015 at 10:10AM

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

What you See and what you Hear depends a great deal on Where you are Standing. It also depends on what Sort of Person YOU are! C.S. Lewis~ #athingaday

January 27, 2015 at 06:06PM

To Know when to be Generous and when to be Firm is Wisdom! Elbert Hubard~ #athingaday

To Know when to be Generous and when to be Firm is Wisdom! Elbert Hubard~ #athingaday

January 26, 2015 at 06:06PM

Social Wellness, is the ability to Relate to and Connect with Other people in our World! #athingaday

January 27, 2015 at 10:10AM

"[The Common Man] from India can survive without Water, Food, Light, Air, Shelter!" RK Laxman~ #athingaday

January 27, 2015 at 09:09AM

RK Laxman - You Said It, Now Who would? RIP!

Rasipuram Krishnaswamy Laxman was an Padma Vibhushan Award Winner Indian cartoonist, Illustrator, and Humorist.
He is best known for his creation "The Common Man", for his daily cartoon strip, "You Said It" in The Times of India, which started in 1951.
Born: October 24, 1921, Mysore, India
Died: January 26, 2015, Pune, India
January 27, 2015 at 03:15AM

Monday, 26 January 2015

To Know when to be Generous and when to be Firm is Wisdom! Elbert Hubard~ #athingaday

January 26, 2015 at 06:06PM

Your Problem is in Thinking the Sky's the Limit. Why Set Limits? - Richelle E. Goodrich~ #athingaday

January 26, 2015 at 10:10AM

These phones made the first official transcontinental call 100 years ago

Hello!!! It's been 100 years!

These phones made the first official transcontinental call 100 years ago

Sunday marks the 100th anniversary of what is often called the first official transcontinental call, made by communications inventor Alexander Graham Bell.

January 26, 2015 at 03:32AM

Hell as in India!!! WHAT the Hell?!

Hell as in India!!! 

A Man Dies and goes to Hell. There he finds that there is a different Hell for each Country. 

He goes to the German Hell and asks, "What Do they do here?" 
He is told, "First they put you in an Electric Chair for an Hour. Then they Lay you on a Bed of Nails for another Hour. Then The German Devil comes in and Beats you for therest of the day." 

The man does not like the sound of that at all, so he moves on. 
He checks out the USA Hell as well as the Russian Hell and many more. 
He discovers that they are all More or Less the same as the German Hell

Then he comes to the Indian Hell and finds that there is a long line of People waiting toget in

Amazed, he asks, "What do they Do here?
He is told, "First they put you in an Electric Chair for an Hour. Then they Lay you on a Bed of Nails for another Hour. 
Then the Indian Devil comes in and Beats you for the rest of the Day." 

"But that is exactly the same as all the other Hells - why are there so many people waiting to get in?"
"Because maintenance is so bad that :
• The Electric Chair does not work, 
• Someone has stolen all the Nails from the Bed 
• and the Devil is a former Govt servant, so he comes in, signs the Register and then goes to the Canteen!!!"

What the Hell!!!

Live Like it's Heaven on Earth. 
Dance Like nobody's Watching and
Sing Like nobody's Listening; 
Work Like You Don't Need Money And 
Love Like You've Never Been Hurt!!!














In Heaven he sees a large Wall full of Clocks.
He asks angel: "What are these for?"
Angel answers: "These are Lie Clocks, every person has a Lie Clock! Whenever u Lie on Earth, clock Hand moves."
The man points towards a Still clock and asks: Whose Clock is this?
Angel says: its Mother Teresa's. It never moved, showing that she never told a single Lie.

The man asks: Where is Indian Politician's clock?
Angel answers: That's in our Office... we use it as TABLE FAN!!

Stardust by Michael Shainblum Photography

It is better to Conquer yourself than to Win a Thousand Battles.
Then the Victory is yours. It cannot be Taken from you, not by Angels or by DemonsHeaven or Hell. Buddha~

Pics Copyright and Courtesy of DAMON HELLANDBRAND © 

Sunday, 25 January 2015

Wishing all a Happy 66th Republic Day of India - 2015!!! Jai Hind!

January 25, 2015 at 11:54PM

It is the ability to Take a Joke, not make one, that proves you Have a sense of Humor! #athingaday

January 25, 2015 at 06:06PM

Entertain a Clown and you become a Part of the Circus! #athingaday

January 25, 2015 at 10:10AM

All you Wanted to know about Windows 10!

All you Wanted to know about Windows 10!

Siri, Google Now, and Jarvis can start getting used to "Cortana"
Cortana speaks with a natural, conversational flow, and will bring her powerful search and reminder capabilities to Windows 10
Microsoft today lifted the veil on its upcoming Windows 10 operating system.
As expected, Microsoft made a strong push toward connecting its devices more seamlessly, part of its universal apps program. Office, Outlook, and other apps all work quite similarly across devices, and Cortana is everywhere, working as a natural-language interface and personal assistant. The big surprise, however, was Microsoft’s foray into virtual reality, with its HoloLens glasses, an ambitious bid to create a system for overlaying holographic images over the real world.
New look, old start menu :
After the sea change that was Windows 8, Microsoft is still trying to make an operating system that will work on both mobile devices and PCs. Beyond purely visual changes like reworked desktop icons, Windows 10’s start menu will now expand to a full-screen view that looks like Windows 8.1’s home screen. A new Android-style Action Center provides quick access to Wi-Fi options, Bluetooth, and other settings — and the settings menus themselves should be cleaned up and easier to use. It’s another effort to keep the best features of desktop Windows while adapting to touchscreens. A new feature called Continuum, in fact, is designed specifically for convertible devices, switching almost instantly from a mouse and keyboard to a tablet screen.
Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users
for the first year after Windows 10 launches, any device running Windows 7, Windows 8.1, or Windows Phone 8.1 will be able to upgrade to the latest version of MIcrosoft's OS — for free. How exactly this program will work isn't clear just yet — it'll certainly be subject to some hardware requirements, particularly for older machines running Windows 7. But a simplified upgrade path will likely do a lot to help Windows 10 adoption — rather than dealing with a number of different versions of Windows and different upgrade costs, most consumers will simply take this free update and enjoy running Microsoft's latest. To be announced by Microsoft later
So no more expired support dates coming here after (hopefully) like Windows XP, Windows 7.
Microsoft's vision for Windows as a service, not just an operating system. A big part of that is Microsoft's new commitment to keep devices consistently updated throughout the "supported lifetime for the device." It sounds like that means those upgrading from Microsoft's older versions of Windows will consistently receive updates to keep it as up-to-date as possible.
Microsoft announces Windows Holographic with HoloLens headset
The Microsoft HoloLens is a see-through visor that overlays holographic imagery over the real world.
It's an augmented reality experience that employs a headset, much like all the VR goggles that are currently rising in popularity, but Microsoft's solution adds holograms to the world around you. The HoloLens headset is described as "the most advanced holographic computer the world has ever seen." It's a self-contained computer, including a CPU, a GPU, and a dedicated holographic processor.
It’s powered by a new processor, a holographic processing unit. It’s equipped with sensors to detect the real world and gestures of the user, as well as holographic sound. It has no wires and doesn’t need to connect to phones or PCs. Holographic APIs are built into all Windows 10 devices
To start off, Microsoft has already leveraged early tester feedback to improve Windows 10. If you're familiar with and prefer the Windows 8.1 experience, you'll be able to take the Start Screen full screen instead of the Windows 7-style start menu we saw in September. Microsoft has also added an Action Center that provides instant access to common tasks like enabling or shutting off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other settings. Notifications are synced across devices, so if you dismiss something on a Windows 10 smartphone or tablet, it won't stubbornly pop up again when you return to your PC. Speaking of settings, Microsoft has refreshed the appearance of settings menus everywhere with a much cleaner, easy-to-understand design.
Microsoft has been working on all-new, universal apps for Windows 10. First is Outlook, and the company has built in Word's engine, which provides comprehensive styling and extra formatting capabilities no matter what device you're checking email from.
Messaging One would be Using Skype integration.
True to Microsoft’s unified vision, notifications will sync between PC and phone, and Microsoft-owned service Skype will integrate into the messaging app. One of Windows Phone’s fatal flaws, of course, was that it didn’t work well (or at all) with other major apps like Instagram or Gmail. But with a heavier focus on universal apps, and an assurance that this isn’t just "Windows Phone" but actual Windows, it’s possible Microsoft will be in better shape this time around.
A new, Metro-style (and very sleek) Calendar app that's consistent across PCs, tablets, and phones. And Photos will now weed out duplicates and "clutter" that can result when you're syncing photos from every device you own. Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage has gotten much smarter about displaying a "simple view of all your photos
No more Internet Explorer - Microsoft has indeed been working hard on a new web browser, though we didn't get an official name today. It's still being referred to as Project Spartan
Highlighting something on a page is as simple as circling your finger around it — no Surface pen or stylus required. Using a mouse also works fine; you can click on any section of a website to type out a comment for sharing with co-workers or friends.
Microsoft's personal assistant is everywhere in Project Spartan.
There’s a "note-taking mode" that lets you draw all over pages with a stylus or add comments with a keyboard, then save the results on OneNote. A clean "reading mode" does what you might expect: it formats a page like a book and adds a syncable reading list that’s basically "Pocket for Microsoft" or Safari’s page-saving feature.
A bigger role for OneDrive
Music, Photos for example, will sync between devices using OneDrive
Microsoft announced the Surface Hub, an 84-inch 4K screen meant for the workplace. It has cameras, speakers, mics, Bluetooth, NFC, and a touchscreen interface meant for a stylus. The idea is that you can have meetings, with members, appearing via Skype, and draw on the screen, with your work shared between everyone’s devices. It's Microsoft's latest iteration of the large-scale multi touch technology from Perceptive Pixel, a research company it acquired in 2012.
Gaming is getting a massive push in Windows 10. A new Xbox app enables Game DVR for sharing clips of most PC games with your friends — and they're sent across Xbox Live, so Xbox One owners can watch as well.
Cross-play between Windows 10 and Xbox One gamers will become a reality. And if PC games aren't your thing, you'll be able to seamlessly stream Xbox One games to Windows 10 PCs and tablets on your Wi-Fi network "later this year."
For those already enrolled in the preview program it’s a simple update from the Settings app, and there are ISO files available if you wish to install in a virtual machine or as a fresh copy. If you're looking for the new Spartan browser or Xbox One game streaming to Windows 10, both features will come in future builds. As always, this is beta software so there will be bugs, but Microsoft is expecting the usual feedback to help the company tweak Windows 10 going forward.
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