Archive for February, 2006

Have you changed your server or shifted your domain and are losing out your traffic. Here is all you have to do to redirect people from your previous site to the new one. Let us assume you want to redirect to Here is how redirection works: 1) You add a special line of […]

Wired has a good article on how to stuff your DVDs in to your iPod. Though the procedure involves only 3 steps, what might actually scare you off is that you might actually be breaking a law or two by overridding the commercial copy protection. You could do it at your own risk and who […]

Want to learn hacking? Want to be Personally trained and certified by world renowned author and computer security guru Ankit Fadia? Want to be recognized for your computer security expertise? Want to be considered amongst the best security gurus in the world? Want to climb up the career ladder and improve your global job prospects? […]

Do you look forward to teach a group of students, but are unable to find the right kind of student for your course. Put your worries to rest. Nuvvo can help you out. Whether you’re a K-12 teacher, a corporate trainer, a university professor, or an amateur who knows baseball cards inside out, Nuvvo can […]

If you have information you want to share with others, but aren’t sure how to go about gaining an audience, Google Base is for you. If you don’t have your own website, google base will host your content for you. You’ll be able to choose labels and attributes that can draw more attention to the […]

If you’re like me, you love to take digital photos and then share them with friends, family, and sometimes even the whole world. And you’d like them to share their photos back with you. But waiting for two-megabyte files to upload, creating albums, sending emails, and hoping that you can push people to pictures isn’t […]

Ever been interested to watch videos on World Wars, NASA, Motion Pictures, Apollo 11 of the 1930s.  Google Video offers you these rare and very educative videos for free. The videos are a direct result of google’s collaboration with  the NARA (The National Archives and Records Administration). The videos will be available in the National […]

Ever wonder what it would be like to race against time across countries only with a backpack? Does the thought of journeying through uncharted territory send a shiver of excitement down your spine? How about negotiating a taxi ride using sign language just because the driver doesn’t speak yours? If you’ve answered yes to these […]

hi!! guys, yesterday i developed a simple “Hello World!” webservice with java. With Netbeans 5.0 IDE its a breeze to create web services. It comes bundled with Apache Tomcat 5.5.9 and Sun Java Application Server 8.2. You can find the quickstart tutorial here to develop web services. Just follow that tute and you will be […]

Google Pages, is a new product from Google, which allows you to create your website in no time with their crafty online editor. You dont have to know any html or javascript to complete your simple but very neat looking web page. It is based on the “what you see is what you get style” […]