Google Wave is a new tool for communication and collaboration on the web, coming later this year. Google Wave introduces a new platform built around hosted conversations called wave. With the Google Wave APIs, developers can take advantage of this collaborative system by building on the Google Wave platform, and allowing people to communicate and [...]
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The 20th century is the age of structured authoring and optimizing information reuse. Interactive media, content and learning management systems, authoring tools, and the need for diverse and multi-output documentation to support the upsurge in application development, as well in consumer-focused mechanizations, have given end-user based technical documentation a professional status.
Sometimes one feels strongly about a subject and comes across a piece that succintly put together one’s own perspective. I came across one such small piece in The Hindu, today. Aptly titled, Exploiting Innocence, the paragraph by Anuj Kumar, states …
Plug in your estimates for the following seven factors and come up with your own answer.
Beware of what you say it and how you say it ….
The solar system’s longest lasting storm is Jupiter’s Great Red Spot — raging on and off for 340 years, since Cassini first discovered it in 1665, shortly after Hans Lippershey invented the telescope in 1608. The high-pressure storm gyrates (in the opposite direction from low-pressure Earth hurricanes) due to Coriolis effects (just as on Earth) making a complete rotation every 6 days (2.5 times faster than storms rotate on Earth).
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You either are sexy, or you aren’t. There’s nothing you can do to your body to make you sexy; but there’s plenty you can do to your attitude and your mind that makes you sexy.
I self-doubted my intelligence. The world was going gaga over Ayn Rand. I was irritated by “her philosophy”. Something was really wrong with the intellectual lobe of my brain!!