Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Skysa - Free & Easy to Use WebApps, Toolbar, Chat Room, IM, and more.

Skysa helps you centralize many of your sites features, sharing links, and applications in one persistent floating toolbar that is easily accessible by your audience. Skysa helps you by cleaning up the clutter of WebApps in your website.
Skysa Bars are easy to customize, and display as a full bar across the bottom or top of your page or you can change to compact mode and display the set of tools in the corners of your website. It gives you an amazing level of control over how it looks and behaves on your website by just copy-pasting the html code you generate there!

A few links to help you get started-

Monday, March 2, 2015

How to Save Money While Shopping Online in India

Digital Inspiration might be one of the best blogs I've ever come across,so, without further ado, here's the way to save money while shopping online-
  1. Use Comparison Shopping-
    Comparison shopping sites like,, and aggregate prices from multiple online retailers (through XML feeds and web scraping) making it easier for you to compare prices.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Creating a Website....Made Easy

Want to learn the ABC's of creating a website? 
This is one of the few tutorial sites that encourage you to GET THE FACTS before you create a website.
Obviously For free...

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

The Story Behind the QWERTY Keyboard

What came first: the typist or the keyboard?

Read this awesome article regarding the origins of QWERTY, the story of all the alternatives and get to know the facts from fiction!

Sholes qwerty patent
U.S. Patent No. 207,559. The first appearance of the QWERTY keyboard. (image: Google patents)

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Uncyclopedia - The Content-Free Encyclopedia is an encyclopedia full of misinformation and utter lies.
It is a project like Wikipedia, hosted by the Uncyclomedia Foundation, a non-profitable organization that also hosts a range of other projects.

Effectively its an encyclopaedia written by apes. The unfortunate thing is that its articles rarely go any further than this description did.

Its a great way to waste time though!!

Thursday, July 31, 2014

First-ever high-resolution images of a molecule as it breaks and reforms chemical bonds

Credit: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California at Berkeley

The original reactant molecule that is resting on a flat silver surface is imaged both before and after the reaction, which occurs when the temperature > 90° Celsius. 
The two most common final products of the reaction are shown. The three-angstrom scale bars (an angstrom is a ten-billionth of a meter) indicate that the reactant and product molecules are about a billionth of a meter across...

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

xkcd: webcomics & what-ifs

A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language. It was started by a CNU graduate, Randall Munroe, with a degree in physics. Before starting xkcd, he worked on robots at NASA's Langley Research Center in Virginia.
The comic's tagline describes it as a "Stick-figure strip featuring humor about technology, science, mathematics and relationships"


Since July 2012, there has been a branch of xkcd called xkcd What-If, which is updated every Tuesday. What If? answers unusual reader-submitted science questions in a creative and humorous, but always mathematically sound, way, and is presented more in the format of an article than a traditional comic strip.

Monday, July 28, 2014 - Online Compiler and IDE

Ideone is an online compiler and debugging tool which allows you to compile source code and execute it online in more than 60 programming languages. Ideone uses their Sphere Engine™ API to execute code on a remote server within a complete & secure runtime environment and to retrieve results of the execution. You can also create your own account to save, review and share your code.

Languages supported by Ideone-

Here are some samples provided by Ideone in different languages.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

What does space sound like? | I Fucking Love Science

Photo credit: The image is of the central 50 pc (~150 light years) of the Galactic centre showing ionised gas, hot and warm dust. Credit: Hubble Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope

NASA’s Voyager 1 has passed the heliosphere and into the interstellar medium. NASA knew the spacecraft had reached this point because of the vibrations of interstellar plasma detected by Voyager's antennae. The sounds were recorded using an onboard plasma wave instrument, which detected the vibrations of dense interstellar plasma, or ionized gas, from October to November 2012 and April to May 2013.

The Voyager I & II Spacecraft have sent back recordings from Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. You can listen to​ some more space sounds here.


Saturday, July 26, 2014

English For Students

This site provides a large collection of English as a Second Language (ESL) tools & resources for students, teachers, learners and academics. Browse all the pages and find useful links and plenty of information.
This website provides a variety of helpful information- from info about tests like TOEFL, GRE, GMAT to having collection of the most famous Nursery Rhymes.
Some of the Topics this website covers are-