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Why I Chose Weebly To Build My First Website

On a pale Sunday morning, I cracked my knuckles, uneasy with the stress that building a website was giving me. Scripting had never been my forte, so it definitely put me out of the league of cryptic coders and ‘pro-websites’. But I was bent on having a personalized tag that would read ‘All copyrights reserved’, with that symbol which makes all the data my sole property. © Continue reading


Online Brain Games to Improve Concentration, Memory and Intelligence

Whatever we observe is consciously or otherwise stored in our memory. But every storage cell has a limit. How does the idea of improving your memory seem, that too through games. The idea is indeed intriguing.

There have been many inventions to harness the productivity of our brains like mnemonics but that sounds like a little too much of effort. But the idea of increasing your recalling power in the process of gaming does catch your attention, I recently read a gaming monitor buying guide and it is excellent for those who want to get a gaming monitor but don’t know which one to get Continue reading


Web Resources to Solve Mathematics Problem Online for Free

Mathematics has always been a subject giving me a message: ‘My way or the highway’. Being not much of a genius with numbers, I would score meagerly and crawl across the line that would deem me ‘Passed’. But then it was essential to score well because the rustic norm of our education system says we need to have to good marks to have a future. Though that is not true, for those of you can challenge it. Continue reading


Prezi is an Awesome Slideshow Maker or Call it a Visual Storyteller

Before a law becomes an Act, a bill is passed in the Parliament similarly before an idea becomes a concept it has to be approved. For approval, one needs to present the idea in a manner that would enhance its value.

Prezi is a presentation tool that helps you organize and share your ideas in an incredible fashion. It begins with quick and easy signup (either create an account or another alternative is Facebook) and instantly takes you to the creators cubicle, where myriad templates await to simply mesmerize you. Some are 3D even!! You can change the themes of the templates using already existing prototypes or amend the themes too. Continue reading


Picasa – The Poor Man’s Photoshop

If you ask me why I chose Picasa over Photoshop my first answer would be – “It is lighter on my pocket and my hard disk”. Indeed it is because it costs nothing and occupies mere 13.6 MB while Photoshop costs a whopping $100* and occupies 3.4 GB. But then yes, it does provide smart features which Picasa does not. But when water can do the work why would you buy champagne. Continue reading


Why Twitter isn’t Popular Like Facebook Among Indians?

Twitter Popularity in India

Indian market remains a Rubice cube, which many have attempted to ace. Few did for sure but others had to satisfy themselves with scaling just the lower dip of the Pyramid.  It has been a well set notion that when standing in a queue; most of the status updates are posted. It was one such queue, much to my dismay outside current reservation counter at the Pune station, (For those who don’t know, that could be the longest queue who will ever find yourself prevailed upon to stand in) that I tumbled upon why Twitter has not been run out by Facebook as of yet in this monopolistic market. Continue reading