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Make your Own Wifi Hotspot free!

Share your internet connection with your friends for free!

connectifyTo use internet connection in computer / laptop we take help of our mobile, broadband, wireless, data cards etc. Mostly in a connection we would able to connect only single system. To get access to two systems we seek help of network cable. To make your job easier here is amazing software for you.

Connectify (2.34 MB) enables you to share your internet connection to multiple systems wirelessly for free. To use this, your system should be Windows 7 installed and Wireless Adapter Enabled. Latest laptop releases by default it’s provided with the wireless adapter. If it’s a desktop you are required to install wireless router separately.

Youtube founder acquired Delicious too!

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Delicious IconQ: What is Delicious? It’s ok that it’s a adjective/noun but what is its role in internet world?
  Delicious (formerly, pronounced "delicious") is a social bookmarking web service for storing, sharing, and discovering web bookmarks. The site was founded by Joshua Schachter in 2003 and acquired by Yahoo! in 2005, then sold to Chad Hurley and Steve Chen on April 27, 2011. By the end of 2008, the service claimed more than 5.3 million users and 180 million unique bookmarked URLs.It is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.   
 Source: Wikipedia

Q:  Why delicious? Any use for us?

Minimal things to keep in mind while choosing domain name

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aliencoders domain nameChoosing A Good Domain Name

Choosing a domain name for your site is one of the most important steps towards creating the perfect internet presence. If you run an on-line business, picking a name that will be marketable and achieve success in search engine placement is paramount. Many factors must be considered when choosing a good domain name. This article summarizes all the different things to consider before making that final registration step!

Minimal Basics to know about bandwidth

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If you are an internet user and If you are the owner of any blog or website then you might have heard the common word “Bandwidth”. Either you go for internet connection or for web hosting plan they will sure deal in this term.

So what exactly this bandwidth is? 
In simple words, it is the amount of traffic that is allowed to you (web space allowed to you from the web hosting server) between your web site and the rest of the internet. The amount of bandwidth a hosting company can provide is determined by their network connections, plans etc. (Free, premium, golden etc kind of plans are there. I saw these in Hosting on Windows or Linux platform may also depend while providing bandwidth.

Interesting Alphabets to teach to the IT Kids

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Alphabets for IT children 

Smart IT kidI was sitting idle near computer and I was just thinking that how a guy from IT background would teach alphabets to their kid. Something came up in my mind . Si I thought lets share it with you people. Although its funny but interesting too!. 

A : Algorithm/AJAX/Apple
B:  Binary
C:  CD/CPU/comment/C++
D: Disc/Decimal/Delphi
E:  External/exe/emacs/EOF
F:  File/font/Framework/FTP

6 Minimal Steps to make your site popular

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www imageThere is more than 50 millions website over the internet. And more are getting daily mostly by bloggers, wordpress or other such blog networking providers. How Google is ranking amongst all these and how you can make your website popular. I jotted down few basic ground rules which will surely help you to make your site much popular.

6 Minimum steps are there that one can implement to make their site popular:

Top 10 Gmail labs for Gmail lovers

Gmail LabGmail is one of the most popular free Email service from Google. Gmail has a feature call Gmail labs, using it you can add many new features to your Gmail account. You can access Gmail lab under Setting -> Labs.

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If you will enable at least one of the lab then a shortcut will create at the top right corner as shown below:


As if Gmail wasn’t powerful enough, you can find all sorts of goodies and extra features in Gmail Labs. The list is pretty massive, so I’ve narrowed down to 10 favourite labs to help increase your email productivity.

Internet has been blocked in Egypt by its government

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Egypt blocked social networking websites earlier. Now they have blocked he internet itself. the Egyptian government has cut its people off from the Internet. This is the first time that a government has locked its population out of the world wide community of the Internet. I fear this will not end well.

Top 5 Browsers of year 2010/2011(predicted)

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Browser imageIn internet world, we can’t get any info without web browsers. Isn’t it? Whatever we are looking for over internet, browsers will only display it. Right now you are reading this blog through some browser for sure. You might have used few different browsers and have rated according to your taste (requirements, comfort, efficient, add-ons support etc) . In 2009, Internet Explore was at the top. Mozilla Firefox at second position and Google chrome was at third position.
But in 2010, situation got changed. According to my observation/opinion (after doing some search on google and doing some analysis using Google analytics), browsers rank would be:

Internet Transfer speed (MBps vs Mbps or MBps vs mbps)

.MBps is an abbreviation for Megabytes per second, whereas mbps and Mbps are abbreviations for megabits per second. Eight megabits equal one Megabyte. These abbreviations are commonly used to specify how much data can be transferred per second between two points.

To put megabits and Megabytes in perspective, lets back up for just a moment. One bit of data is a single “on” or “off” digit, a one or zero. It takes eight bits to represent a single character, or one byte of data. * 8 bits = 1 byte * 1000 bytes = 8 kilobits (kb) = 1 Kilobyte (KB) * 1000 Kilobytes (KB) = 8 megabits (mb) = 1 Megabyte (MB)

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