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Cave thieves

on Thu, 08/09/2012 - 00:52

 

I still remember the day(Aug 9 2006, this very day 6 years back) when I stepped into "Thiagarajar College of Engineering" for the very first time with my father for my admissions in the "Department of Information Technology". It was a dream come true - "Pursuing Engineering" my dream, since my childhood days. Reminiscing the journey I traversed through to become an Engineer, it has been an awesome experience.
 
 
 
 
 
Sometimes I'd get frustrated and question myself Do you want to do this? But I realized one thing when I stepped out after completing four year of my college life,

BugMeNot - Bypass compulsory web registration

on Fri, 01/20/2012 - 05:48

Have you ever ran into the situation where you want to access some sites, which you will not visit again and it requires compulsory registration to view its content. Then this post is for you.

BugMeNot allows you to bypass the compulsory registration process on thousands of sites like youtube, indiatimes and other popuplar sites. Its a free service any one can access and provide the signin credentials for any sites.

For example, you got a link for a news article or some other stuff through search or referral, and you are trying to access that link.

Undo and Redo functionality in SlickGrid

on Sun, 12/25/2011 - 14:26

In my previous blog I posted examples for addition and deletion of rows/columns. Now I added the undo and redo functionality in that examples.

You can download it from here - SlickGrid Examples

 

In this example you can,

  • add new row(s)
  • delete row(s)
  • add new column
  • delete a column
  • edit column name
  • undo/redo edit commands

Will try to post more examples.

Firefox Inside Firefox

on Thu, 12/01/2011 - 20:46

Yesterday I got a chance to read SeeJay's blog about a crazy trick firefox inside firefox. Type the below URL in the firefox addressbar and see the magic,

chrome://browser/content/browser.xul

Firefox inside Firefox!

RIP Ilya Zhitomirskiy - Co founder of Diaspora project

on Thu, 11/17/2011 - 05:36

This weekend we lost one of the brightest minds of the technology world, and one of our best friends. Ilya Zhitomirskiy was a crusader—or, as he called himself, a Dragonslayer—for freedom, privacy, and openness on the Internet. He believed in the power of technology to make the world a better place. And through the creation of Diaspora, he did.

Much more in the article

May his soul rest in peace.

 

Images : Diaspora Foundation

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