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November 2005 - Posts

funny, ain't it ?
I guess this is hilarious :D ... Source = www.scaryideas.com Read More...

Posted Wednesday, November 30, 2005 5:38 AM by fakeGeek | 2 Comments

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Eye movement and lying....
You can guess if someone is lying or not while looking straight into their eyes and watching the direction, according to this . Hmm, you gotta be really careful if someone already knows this :) Read More...

Posted Wednesday, November 30, 2005 5:35 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

Linux was born without Specs and a source control !!!
Wow, thats one hellova thing :).....Linux kernel maintener said they didn't use source control. Well, this is as if delivering a speech in a room full of deaf people :). Linus said no to specs and here Eric Raymond bashed Linus and rightly so ;)..here Read More...

Posted Saturday, November 26, 2005 12:55 AM by fakeGeek | 1 Comments

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Playlist and an iPod
Hey, what are you listening to? Well, i am listening to 'Photography' by Nickelback, 'You are beautiful' by James blunt and 'Wake me up when September ends' by no other than Green Day :)...What about you? I bought an iPod couple of months back and geeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees Read More...

Posted Tuesday, November 22, 2005 8:06 PM by fakeGeek | 1 Comments

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Web Bubble, Google base, Analytics and...
Google acquired Urchin sometime back , and the result is Google Analytics . Can you believe , its free. Don't know what would happen to companies in this business :). Another thing i am currently looking into is Google Base . Well, its Google and i guess Read More...

Posted Monday, November 21, 2005 4:59 AM by fakeGeek | 2 Comments

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Awfully awesome...
I came across this great and neat idea sometime back. I really like it, painfully awesome. Idea is as simple as it seems. Sell each pixel off for a dollar and sell one million pixels to make one million $$$ . This 21-yeard old chap was broke three months Read More...

Posted Monday, November 21, 2005 4:33 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Google thinks small...
Forbes has a great article on google's inner-workings. 'Ideas mailing list', '20% time on your own project' ( though i think Google will own every 20% project) and 'small teams' are all great ideas. Read More...

Posted Saturday, November 19, 2005 10:51 PM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Being Agile..
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Posted Thursday, November 17, 2005 8:59 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Mania..
weblogs.com.pk = Microsoft + .NET evangelism :) not a bad thing though. Its darn good to see people working on technologies with a passion, and yes passion is important.You gotta love what you do. Set a bar , get a hand on it and raise the bar and keep Read More...

Posted Wednesday, November 16, 2005 7:39 AM by fakeGeek | 3 Comments

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Good conceptual stuff...
This is the home page of a person who designed MSDN and microsoft.com. I really liked his conceptual work around for future products. He works at a higher level, he just seems different. You gotta like it. Read More...

Posted Sunday, November 13, 2005 7:30 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Basic-like scripting languages for Windows...
Excerpt goes as Very simple scripting language . Extremely small, no runtimes or other files needed to make distributable, self-contained EXEs of your basic programs and Windows scripts. Looks fun, going to be trying some things with it. This is another Read More...

Posted Friday, November 11, 2005 7:32 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Hyperwords, next generation of world wide web
This is truly awesome. I really like the idea. Here is the summary "... For example : You can point to a word , use the menu which appears automatically , to select ' Lookup ...' and then ' in Wikipedia ' or maybe ' in the dictionary '. How about pointing Read More...

Posted Thursday, November 03, 2005 10:53 PM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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