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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Funny answers of kids with parents

Father: Why did you fail your mathematics test?
Son: On Monday, teacher said 3+5=8
Father: So?
Son: On Tuesday, she said 4+4=8 and on Wednesday, she said 6+2=8. If she can't make up her mind, how do I know the right answer?

A mother and son were doing dishes while the father and daughter were
watching TV in the living room. Suddenly, there was a loud crash of
breaking plates,
then complete silence. The daughter turned to look at her father.

Daughter: It's mummy!
Father: How do you know?
Daughter: She didn't say anything.

Take nap to boost your brain learning power

California: It is being witnessed that people who slept for 90 minutes during the day did better at cognitive tests than those who were kept awake, according to study. Scientists claim that a nap during the day improves the brain's ability to absorb new information.

The latest study done by University of California at Berkeley suggests that the brain may need sleep to process short-term memories, creating "space" for new facts to be learned. In their experiment, 39 healthy adults were given a hard learning task in the morning - with broadly similar results, before half of them were sent for their siesta. When the tests were repeated, the nappers outperformed those who had carried on without sleep.

Dr Matthew Walker, who led the study, reported at the AAAS conference in San Diego, said, "Sleep not only rights the wrong of prolonged wakefulness, but, at a neurocognitive level, it moves you beyond where you were before you took a nap. It's as though the e-mail inbox in your hippocampus is full, and, until you sleep and clear out all those fact e-mails, you're not going to receive any more mail. It's just going to bounce until you sleep and move it into another folder."

However, Professor Derk-Jan Dijk, Director of the Surrey Sleep Research Centre said that there was no clear evidence that daytime napping offered a distinct advantage over sleeping just once over 24 hours. "The sleep-wake cycle is not as rigid as we might think - we have the capability to sleep in different ways, said Dijk to BBC.

Smokers found to have lower IQs than non-smokers

New York: We have heard that smoking is injurious to health and smokers are very prone to diseases, but new study states that cigarette smokers also have lower IQs than non-smokers.

According to a study of over 20,000 Israeli military recruits, it is found that young men who smoked a pack of cigarettes a day or more had IQ scores 7.5 points lower than non-smokers. "Adolescents with poorer IQ scores might be targeted for programmes designed to prevent smoking," said Dr Mark Weiser and colleagues from Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer, who did the study. The researchers looked at 2,0211 men who were 18-year-old and recruited into the Israeli military. The group did not include anyone who was having major mental health problems.

According to the study, the average IQ for non-smokers was about 101, while it was 94 for men who had started smoking before entering the military. The IQ steadily dropped as the number of cigarettes smoked increased, from 98 for people who smoked one to five cigarettes daily to 90 for those who smoked more than a pack a day. IQ scores from 84 to 116 are considered as the average intelligence.

Finding perfect men

At a local coffee bar, a young woman was expounding on her idea of the perfect mate to some of her friends.

"The man I marry must be a shining light amongst company. He must be musical. Tell jokes. Sing. And stay home at night!"

An old granny overheard and spoke up, "Honey, if that's all you want, get a TV!"

Love at first sight

Anybody explain what love at first sight is??? We know that is tough to define.

We now try to define it with a picture…

Please scroll down… to check it out…

 Love at first sight

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Bajaj ' s new Cheapest Bike for Rs. 15000 (like nano)..... !!!!!!!

It has been a major hit in the market and is largely responsible for changing the 'Two wheeler maket'

It wil be introduced in Indian market in
1 st June 2010 ...

I hope everyone wil come to office by bike in few days..

Facilities are..

Available in following option

a) Kick Start
b) Electric Start

1. 250 CC Speed + we can increase speed by pedaling

2. 24 hr Free Air Conditoner System

3. Leg break System as like Disc break in Pulsar

4. Without doubt it's going to win "Best Bike Of the Year 2010

Engine Specification


Air Cooled

Front Brakes

No Need

Rear Brakes

130mm Drum

Front Tyre

2.75 X 18

Rear Tyre

100/90 X 18



Ground Clearance


Dry Weight

50 Kg

Tank Capacity

No Need



It has a admire look..































Engineer who designed the above Bike is……..














Bramhi.. Mechanical Engineer.. Engg graduate from IIT, Chennai..


The Age Prediction Machine that tells person's age using mosquito noises!

New York, February 25 (ANI): Japanese experts have created a device that can help determine the true age of a person using high-pitched mosquito-like noises.

The Age Prediction Machine makes use of high-frequency buzzing noises to asses people's years based on how well they can hear it.

The pocket-sized device, costing around 10 dollars, breaks down noise levels by age range: teens, 20s, 30s and 40-plus, the New York Daily News reported.

People less than 25 years of age apparently responded to the quieter settings, while those over 40 would only be able to hear the loudest, the paper said.

Now pay Rs 28K to cut a tree

The Delhi government has decided to increase the security deposit for cutting a tree from Rs 1,000 to Rs 28,000. The state cabinet approved the changes on Wednesday.

Chief minister Sheila Dikshit said she hoped it would discourage people from cutting trees unnecessarily.

As of now, people who want to cut a tree are required to take permission and then deposit Rs 1,000 per tree as security money, which is refunded after they plant 10 trees for each one they cut.

According to an environment department official, it costs nearly Rs 2,500 to plant one sapling and people prefer to forefeit the security deposit rather than planting 10 trees.

Applicants wishing to cut a tree will now have to deposit Rs 28,000 as the security money and this will be split into two categories, said an official.

" Half of it would be given to the forest department that will replant five of the 10 trees required to be planted. The remaining half would be refunded to the applicant after he plants the five trees," the official added.

Dikshit said it was becoming difficult to ensure that the trees being cut were replaced as per the law.

"Because of non- availability of land, meagre amount of security and the inadequacy of monitoring mechanism, it was becoming difficult to ensure compensatory plantation," she said.

Reproduced From Mail Today. Copyright 2010. MTNPL. All rights reserved.

Mobile Technology is advantageous….but don’t take too much advantage of it….

Mr. Aditya Suresh Joshi, age 19, studying in 1st year of engineering, died
in Keshvani Hospital, Mumbai. He was admitted in Keshavani Hospital as
burned patient.

4 days back this boy had gone to Amravati (One of the district place
located in State of Maharashtra) on study tour. After their study was over,
he, his classmates & his teachers, all of them were standing on "Badnera"
railway station to catch the train. "Badnera" is the name of the railway
station for "Amravati" city.
As soon as they arrived on Badnera Railway station, many of them started
taking pictures of their friends using "Mobile Phones" and/or "Digital
Camera". One of them complained that, in his camera, he was not able to
capture more number of friends in one frame. He was not able to catch the
angle. Another boy suggested that let's climb on train boogie and take
picture so that all of them can be accommodated in single frame.
At that there was one goods wagon (all of them were oil tankers) train
resting between 2 main railway lines.
Kumar Aditya climbed up oil boogie. Above his head, 40,000 volts electrical
line was passing through. As soon as he clicked the digital camera? 40,000
volt current passed through the camera flash light to his camera and then
from his camera to his fingers and then from his fingers to his body. All
this happened within fraction of minutes. Next moment he was thrown from
the top. His body was half burned on the spot.
When he was admitted to the hospital, at that time only, doctor informed
his relatives that don't keep great hopes. Because of lot of complex issues
in half burned body, he died the next morning.

Now how many of us are aware about this technological threats & dangers?

Honestly, Kumar Aditya and his father was not aware. His family was not
aware. Now should we call ourselves as fully educated and fully
knowledgeable people? Think of it. Please avoid mobile phones on petrol
outlets. Please avoid talking on mobile phones while driving. We also know
many of us who do not bother about this good suggestion and each one of
them have opted for "Chalta Hai Yaar Attitude". Please avoid talking on
mobile phones while they are in charging mode. Avoid charging mobile phones
near your bed and/or near wooden furniture. Avoid mobile phones near high
voltage electrical lines like railway stations and use flash lights.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

The comparison!

Two women, who are dog owners, are arguing which dog is smarter:
First woman : My dog is so smart. Every morning he waits for a paper boy to come around and then he takes a newspaper and brings it to me.
Second woman : I know
First one : How?
Second one : My dog told me.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

WARNING: Google Buzz Has A Huge Privacy Flaw

Update 3: Here's the story of how panicking just enough may have saved Google's answer to Facebook and Twitter.

Update 2: Google has made further changes that address most -- but not all -- of our concerns.

Update 1: Google released some privacy fixes for Buzz. They're a nice start, but we don't think they go far enough. Read more here: Sorry, Google's Improvements To Buzz Don't Fix Privacy Flaw

Earlier: There is a huge privacy flaw in Google's new Twitter/Facebook competitor, Google Buzz.

When you first go into Google Buzz, it automatically sets you up with followers and people to follow.

A Google spokesperson tells us these people are chosen based on whom the users emails and chats with most using Gmail.

That's fine.

The problem is that -- by default -- the people you follow and the people that follow you are made public to anyone who looks at your profile.

In other words, before you change any settings in Google Buzz, someone could go into your profile and see the people you email and chat with most.

A Google spokesperson asked us to phrase this claim differently. Like this: "In other words, after you create your profile in Buzz, if you don't edit any of the default settings, someone could visit your profile and see the people you email and chat with most (provided you didn't edit this list during profile creation)."

(Freaking out already? Here's how to IMMEDIATELY make these list private and then edit them >)

Buzz Flaw
When you first post to Google Buzz, there is a dialogue box that reads "Before participating in Buzz, you need a public profile with your name and photo."

It also says -- albeit in tiny gray letters against a white background, "Your profile includes your name, photo, people you follow, and people who follow you."

But it does not say that these publicly viewable follower lists are made up of people you most frequently email and chat with.

Even if it did say that, we doubt most users bother to read the text in the dialogue box before clicking "save profile and continue."

(This is why it's always safest for Web services providers to make it so sharing information is always an "opt-in," rather than "opt-out," setting. Just ask Facebook, which still remembers Beacon.)

There is also a "Welcome To Buzz" panel that shows who you are following and who is following you. In a long bit of unbolded text, it says "Buzz is a new way to share updates, photos, videos and more, and start conversations about the things you find interesting. You're already set up to follow the people you email and chat with the most."

If a user notices the box, it might help users "catch" that they might be following people they don't want the world to know they're following. But you don't have to close the box to use Buzz. Closing the box does not trigger a warning or anything else that alerts the user they've agreed to publish a list of the people they email and chat with most.

It looks like this:

Buzz flaw

The whole point is: Google should just ask users: "Do you want to follow these people we've suggested you follow based on the fact that you email and chat with them? Warning: This will expose to the public who you email and chat with most." Google should not let users proceed to using Buzz until they click, "Yes, publish these lists."

In my profession -- where anonymous sourcing is a crucial tool -- the implications of this flaw are terrifying.

But it's bad for others too. Two obvious scenarios come to mind:

  • Imagine if a wife discovering that her husband emails and chats with an old girlfriend a ton.
  • Imagine a boss discovers a subordinate emails with executives at a competitor.

A Google spokesperson tells us the followers lists are public by default so that people can quickly find new people to follow. Obviously, that's a good thing for Google, which is hoping to get as many people using Google Buzz as soon as possible. It's also meant to be helpful for users. And for those who are unconcerned with telling the world who they email most, it is. But for everyone else, it's terrible.

It gets to a deeper problem with Google Buzz: It's built on email, which is a very different Internet application than a social network.

The good news for Google is that this is a very easy problem to fix. Google must either shut off auto-following, or it must make follower lists private by default as soon as possible.

In the meantime, here's how to IMMEDIATELY make these list private and then edit them >

Update: We've updated this post to emphasize that there are a few instances where Google does allow users to opt-out of inadvertently publishing a list of the people they email and chat with most.

We continue to believe these chances to opt-out do not force the user to make a real choice about this setting.

We believe Google could and should simply make this feature "opt-in" so that people know what they're doing.

We're stunned the people at Google don''t agree. We bet they change their minds.

On that point, here's a statement from Google:

"We thought very carefully about how to create a great experience in Google Buzz with as minimal setup as possible. We designed our auto-following system to enable users to immediately see content from the people they email and chat with most, so when they start using Buzz, it "just works." If users are automatically followed to anyone they'd rather not follow, it's easy to remove these individuals during the auto-following step by clicking on the "edit" link and then clicking "unfollow" next to their names.

After that, the first time the user creates a post or comment, we ask them to create a profile, principally so they have a name to display next to their post. There's more information on why you need a profile here: In this profile creation step, we inform users that the lists of people they follow and people following them will be displayed on their profile, and make it easy to view and edit these lists. We also make it possible to hide the lists of people they're following and people following them from their profile."

Google Buzz: No more ‘automatic’ following

Search giant says it's ‘sorry’ for upset caused by social networking program

Image: Google Buzz settings
Google made further changes to Buzz over the weekend, saying "instead of an auto-follow model in which Buzz automatically sets you up to follow the people you e-mail and chat with most," they're changing to an "auto-suggest" model that lets the user decide who to follow.

By Suzanne Choney
updated 5:00 p.m. ET Feb. 15, 2010

For the second time in a week, Google announced major changes to its controversial social media program Buzz, including those that will give users more control over what information is shared.

The company also apologized for "not getting everything quite right" with the program's release a week ago. Buzz is part of the popular Gmail e-mail program, and many users have been outraged by Buzz' invasive nature.

Google said it will now "suggest" people for users to "follow" electronically, rather than telling users to "auto-follow" those who are e-mail and chat contacts, said Todd Jackson, Google's product manager for both Buzz and Gmail in a blog posting Saturday.

Zynga: Creator of Mafia Wars, Farmville lands in India

Bangalore: 20 billion burgers cooked so far, 150 million jobs completed every day, 235 million monthly users. Wondering what I am talking about? A social networking buff may have already understood what I'm referring to - it's Zynga, the developer of the popular social networking games like Farmville and Mafia Wars. The startup which started two years back has managed to make networking games more social and now has decided to open its first office outside U.S. in Bangalore.

Zynga currently has 700 employees in the U.S. and has planned to hire 100 more in India. Zynga India is looking to hire computer scientists and engineers who are experienced in building scalable infrastructure to handle more than 70 million daily active users. "We are excited to be launching the first international facility for Zynga and will be focused on hiring about 100 of the best and brightest over the next year," said Shan Kadavil, Country Manager, Zynga India. "Our focus will be on building the next generation infrastructure that can handle the tremendous growth of Zynga games."

Zynga games are available worldwide on ten social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and are rapidly expanding. So what exactly motivated the company to open its office in India? Some might say the current internet population of India will hardly be an attractive prospect for the company. But this is not entirely true. What internet based companies are looking at is where India will be two-three years down the line. According to the data by Internet and Mobile Association of India, India is projected to become the third largest online market behind China and U.S. with 81 million internet users by 2013. Out of the total users that used internet in India, 41 percent used internet for gaming.

The monetization model for social networking games is quite tricky. Think Equity has done a research on social gaming and its growth in today's market. The report says that out of the whole bunch of people playing these free games, only 3-4 percent decide to pay for virtual goods. These 3-4 percent users manage to bring profits for companies like Zynga. The report also says that the current market size for social gaming is $60 million per month and is expected to grow at approximately 45 percent CAGR over the next three years to reach $2 billion by 2012, driven by a combination of strong growth in usage and improving monetization.

Now that Zynga has setup a center in India, we might have India based games. Cadir Lee, the Chief Technology Officer of Zynga says that he is not ruling out anything and they might try to 'Indianize' the games. Speaking on social networking games, Lee says that in earlier times before consoles and video games arrived games were more about friends coming and playing something together. But with the invention of video games and computer, people started playing more with the machines than other individuals. "Social gaming is the return of people playing with each other rather than computers," he said.

By setting up a center in India, Zynga has opened new opportunities for developers and engineers in the country to be part of the rapidly expanding social network games platform. "Social gaming combines the best of web technical talent with game storytelling talent," said Zynga CEO Mark Pincus. "India offers some of the world's most sophisticated and rich technical talent bases and we are thrilled to have a local presence."

Microsoft includes social networks into Office 2010

Trying to make Outlook more users friendly, Microsoft plans to include social networking services into its latest generation Outlook email program, to be released with an Office 2010 set of applications later this year.

In a video posted at the U.S. software firm's website, Dev Balasubramanian, Outlook Office Group Product Manager said, "It really is about bringing friends, family, and colleagues into you inbox. As you communicate with them you can see their social activities; you can see all of the folks in your social network and it updates as you are reading your email."

Software that channels LinkedIn updates to Outlook inboxes was available online on Wednesday at for people dabbling with a test version of the popular email program. Now Microsoft is talking to Facebook and MySpace to do the same with content from those online communities. The LinkedIn connection to Outlook will allow people using the email program to stay in tune with any changes in job status, contact information, or affiliations being shared by friends at the career-focused online community. Elliot Shmukler, Product Management Director, LinkedIn said, "LinkedIn is all about your professional network. Outlook powers the professional inbox so the match is very clear."

Microsoft's announcement came shortly after Google fell into trouble with Electronic Privacy Information Center filing a complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission calling for an investigation into whether the original Buzz wrongly disclosed too much information about people. Google Buzz was launched with a feature that automatically created public social networks based on the Gmail contacts people most frequently sent messages to. Electronic Privacy Information Center on Wednesday filed a complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission calling for an investigation into whether the original Buzz wrongly disclosed too much information about people.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Smart clothes to power portable electronic devices

Engineers have created energy-scavenging nanofibres that could one day be woven into clothing and textiles.

The nanofibres can convert energy from mechanical stresses into electricity, and could one day be used to create clothing that can power small electronics, says a new study, conducted by University of California, Berkeley (UCB) researchers.

"This technology could eventually lead to wearable 'smart clothes' that can power hand-held electronics through ordinary body movements," said Liwei Lin, UCB professor of mechanical engineering, who headed the team that developed fibre nanogenerators. Because the nanofibers are made from organic polyvinylidene fluoride, or PVDF, they are flexible and relatively easy and cheap to manufacture.

Although they are still working out the exact calculations, the researchers noted that more vigorous movements, such as the kind one would create while dancing the electric boogaloo, should theoretically generate more power.

"And because the nanofibers are so small, we could weave them right into clothes with no perceptible change in comfort for the user," said Lin, according to an UCB release. Fibre nanogenerators are described in this month's issue of Nano Letters, a journal published by the American Chemical Society.

Microsoft to launch new phone software

To take on Apple Inc's iPhone and Research in Motion's BlackBerry, Microsoft which makes operating systems for phones made by HTC, Samsung Electronics, Motorola and others, are planning to introduce its new mobile phone software.

The company is all set to regain its momentum in the fast-growing sector after a lackluster update to its mobile software in October. Mainly Microsoft's technology supports burgeoning smartphone market, which is likely to be the future of communication and media, but last year, the company took just an 8.8 percent of the global smartphone operating system market, down from 13.9 percent the year before.

Symbian is leading the chart with its software being used by Nokia phones. Symbian holds 47.2 percent of the market, RIM's BlackBerry with 20.8 percent and Apple's iPhone with 15.1 percent. Even Google is not much behind, as it already has a 4.7 percent share of the market, reports Bill Rigby of Reuters.

Friday, February 12, 2010

A Corporate Love Story!

To whom so ever it may concern

I am very happy to inform you that I have fallen in love with you since Tuesday, the 3th of Aug 2009.

With reference to the meeting held between us on the 3th of Aug 2009 at 1500 hours, I would like to present myself as a prospective lover. Our love affair would be on probation for a period of no less than three months and depending on compatibility, would be made permanent. Of course, upon completion of probation, there will be continuous relationship training and relationship appraisal schemes leading up to promotion from lover to spouse. The expenses incurred for coffee and entertainment would initially be shared equally between us. Later, based on your performance, I might take up a larger share of the expenses. However I am broad-minded enough, to be taken care of, on your expense account. I request you to kindly respond within 30 days of receiving this letter, failing which, this offer would be canceled without further notice and I shall be considering someone else. I would be happy, if you could forward this letter to your sister, if you do not wish to take up this offer.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Yours sincerely,


Thursday, February 11, 2010

Changed attitude ! :D

Sachin received a parrot for his birthday. This parrot was fully grown with a bad attitude and worse vocabulary. Every other word was an expletive. Those that weren`t expletives were, to say the least, rude.
Sachin tried hard to change the bird`s attitude and was constantly saying polite words, playing soft music, anything that came to mind. Nothing worked. He yelled at the bird, the bird got worse. He shook the bird and the bird got madder and ruder.
Finally, in a moment of desperation, Sachin put the parrot in the freezer. For a few moments he heard the bird squawking, kicking and screaming and then, suddenly, all was quiet.
Sachin was frightened that he might have actually hurt the bird and quickly opened the freezer door.
The parrot calmly stepped out onto Sachin`s extended arm and said: "I`m sorry that I offended you with my language and actions. I ask for your forgiveness. I will try to check my behavior..."
Sachin was astounded at the bird`s change in attitude and was about to ask what changed him when the parrot continued, "May I ask what the chicken did?"

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Google Buzz rolled out for Android, Apple iPhone

Yesterday afternoon, Google unveiled a portable version of its new social-networking, Twitter-killing Google Buzz, which is available for Google Android and the Apple iPhone. Once you've figured out how Google Buzz works, the mini-version is actually a breeze.

Most folks will probably opt for the sleek Google Buzz app, which you operates a little like Facebook Mobile – you can check status updates, post your own status updates, or complain about the new season of "Lost."

But the best feature of Google Buzz is the new layer of Google Maps. Let's say you're in Manhattan, enjoying a nice dinner, and you're thinking about getting a cup of coffee. You could turn on your mobile phone, which would find your exact location, and allow you to peruse buzz about the nearest coffee shop. Or you might want to leave your own mark on the map – maybe a note about that sushi roll you just devoured.

The mobile version of Google Buzz also lets you track the location of your friends, based on their latest blast of buzz. To some journalists, of course, this is troubling news. At the Huffington Post, Larry Magid argues that Google Buzz for mobile could let any of your friends find out exactly where you are, at any time of the day. Problematic, if you're one of those very private people. Of course, there will be options to turn off the feature.

Google, however, sees the GPS functionalities of Google Buzz to be one of the platform's key attributes.

"With Buzz for mobile, we hope you can start interesting conversations about places and be more spontaneous when you are out and about," Google's Punit Singh Soni wrote on the Google Mobile blog. "How many times have you missed a fun event, even though it was nearby? Or a better choice of dessert, just because you didn't know about it?"

An android year?

The past year saw Android truly arrive in India with some excellent devices such as the HTC Hero and Tattoo. Google claims to be a "Non Evil" search engine company and though they are not exactly evil, they can hardly be called "just"a search engine company.

Aided by HTC's super-smooth "Sense"user interface, Android is a breeze to use. Log in with your Google username and your contacts from Gmail, Google Maps as well as the Google Calendar and other features just meld together. Combined with Facebook, Flickr and Twitter integration, devices such as the Hero and its smaller sibling, the Tattoo, work like clockwork.

The Tattoo, despite possessing a not-so-fast processor, gives the integrated Android experience for a very reasonable price Rs 16,900, or half the price of the Apple iPhone. The "search engine company" has now tied up with HTC to make the Google Nexus One a self-branded phone.

If launched in India, its estimated price would be around Rs 25,000, which will make it cheaper than the iPhone but capable of running multiple apps. While the iPhone still has the superior music player, Android blows away Nokia's tired Symbian operating system. Though the newer Maemo operating system is better, there may not be enough devices using it.

It isn't just the Nexus which intrigues us. The Motorola Droid with a slide-out keyboard has been getting rave reviews as well. And better still is SonyEricsson's Xperia X10 whose four-inch OLED screen is among the best we have ever seen on a mobile device. Both these devices will be top drawer they will wear price-tags of around Rs 35,000-40,000.

However, there are some issues with Android that Google should address. First, the PC-to-phone sync process is still a bit clunky. Second, and more crucial, not all applications available on the Android marketplace work on all devices supporting Android. There are right now three different Android versions 1.5, 1.6 and 2.1 and this makes life a bit complicated. Worse, many manufacturers add another layer of software on top of Android, and not all are very good.

That said, Google should hopefully iron out some of the kinks shortly. And with that Android should be on its way to becoming the smartphone platform of choice in India this year.

Reproduced From Business Today. © 2010. LMIL. All rights reserved.

Drink beer for strong bones.... :)

A glass or two of beer can strengthen bones and prevent osteoporosis, a disorder characterised by weak and brittle bones, the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (JSFA) reported on Monday, but experts say the amount you have is critical.

More than 500 ml a day can cause fractures and aggravate other chronic diseases associated with age, such as heart disease and diabetes. According to WHO, one in two women and one in three men in India over the age of 50 have low bone mass, which can lead to debilitating fractures in later life.

The new JSFA study supports previous research -such as a study from Spain in the journal Nutrition in August, 2009 - that found high level of silicon in beer slowed bone loss that led to fractures and boosted the formation of new bone. Silicon is present in beer in the soluble form of orthosilicic acid, up to half of which can be absorbed by the body making beer a major contributor to silicon intake.

Lighter beers brewed with a greater use of hops - a bittering agent that adds flavour and stability in beer - have the most silicon as the extra heat used in malting darker beers destroys some of it. These studies, however, should not prompt you to hit the beer bars tonight.

"It's far healthier to drink milk. With alcohol, the amount is the key and one unit - 500 ml of beer, 30 ml of whisky - is good, two units are acceptable.

Anything more make bones brittle .

apart from aggravating other chronic diseases," said Dr Ambrish Mithal, senior consultant endocrinologist, Apollo Hospitals and Medanta-the Medicity.

Difference Between in Web 1.0, Web 2.0, & Web 3.0

Like any other technology, Web and emerging, not immediately ready. In the absence of standards, there's a little on their growth and development versions of the most acceptable seems to be nervousness about the stages are as follows:

* Web 1.0
* Web 2.0
* Web 3.0 (Also known as web sense)

So, what is the difference between these versions?

Web 1.0: 1999 before the Internet, experts say age is read only. The average Internet user's role was limited only to read information presented to him. The best examples are static websites which have mushroomed millions during the boom. No active communication or information from the manufacturer consumer information was the information flow.

Web 2.0: Web 2.0 Web led to the birth of lack of cooperation with the ordinary user is active. A study earlier in the year 1999 contributed to write-Livejournal marked with the era published (April, began in 1999) and Blogger (August, started in 1999). Now a non-technical user interaction and actively contribute to the different blog platforms can use web. In this era shared with some new concepts, namely user rights. Blog, society, media and streaming video. Publishing your content is just a few clicks away! Some notable development of Web 2.0 Twitter, YouTube, eZineArticles, Flickr and Facebook are.

Web 3.0: It seems that all of us whatever we have in Web 2.0, but is way behind when it comes to mind is wished for. Maybe in a year six children from the current search technology is better analytical capacity! Web 2.0 based on keyword search of information held in surcharges. The following features are going to be a part of Web 3.0:

* Contextual search
* Tailor the search
* Personalized Search
* 3 D Web Development
* Deductive reasoning

But yet there's something very clever web though to achieve this goal effort has already started can be said as a view. 2 weeks before the official Google blog mentioned about how Google's search algorithms are now mature as it can identify many synonyms.

For example, graphics and photos now as means of treatment are similar. From now on you after your search query GM crops GM (General Motors) will not lead to the website. Why? Because the first time Google will recognize synonym understands that GM General Motors or genetically modified can mean. So the keyword crop this context, namely that the user will infer information about genetically modified crops and do not want General Motors. Similarly, genetically modified crops GM car, you will not be created. Out to see how it yourself artificial intelligence works in the newly added Google to try. In addition, many built on Web 3.0 websites is that personalizes your search. Web is really intelligent.

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Sunday, February 7, 2010

Now, a software to translate as you speak on phone

Bangalore: Internet giant Google, which has also made an entry in the mobile world with its own phone Nexus One, is working on a software which will interpret foreign languages as a person speak. The translation is done almost instantly and Google hopes to have a basic system ready within a couple of years, reports Chris Gourlay of Sunday Times.

Google has already developed an automatic system for translating text on computers, which is being polished by scanning millions of multi-lingual websites and documents. So far it covers 52 languages, adding Haitian Creole last week.

Recently Google also launched a feature where a user can search on the search engine by saying the key words instead of typing. Now it is working on combining the two technologies to produce software capable of understanding a caller's voice and translating it into a synthetic equivalent in a foreign language. The phone would analyse "packages" of speech, listening to the speaker until it understands the full meaning of words and phrases, before attempting translation. "We think speech-to-speech translation should be possible and work reasonably well in a few years' time," said Franz Och, Google's Head of Translation Services.

Although automatic text translators are now reasonably effective, voice recognition has proved more challenging. "Everyone has a different voice, accent and pitch," said Och. "But recognition should be effective with mobile phones because by nature they are personal to you. The phone should get a feel for your voice from past voice search queries, for example."

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