Friday, December 26, 2008

Boat


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Sample Things to do before I die list

I got this sample things to do before I die list from one blog. Thing which I have done, I have marked them as a bold.

You can take this and check what all things you have done. My count is 37.

1. Started my own blog
2. Slept under the stars
3. Played in a band
4. Visited Hawaii
5. Watched a meteor shower
6. Given more than I can afford to charity
7. Been to Disneyland/world
8. Climbed a mountain
9. Touched a cobra/snake
10. Sung a solo
11. Bungee jumped
12. Visited Paris
13. Watched lightning at sea
14. Taught myself an art from scratch
15. Adopted a child
16. Had food poisoning
17. Walked to the top of the Kutub Minaar
18. Grown my own vegetables
19. Seen the Mona Lisa in France
20. Slept on an overnight train
21. Had a pillow fight
22. Hitchhiked
23. Taken a sick day when you’re not ill
24. Built a Divali fort- "killa"
25. Held a lamb
26. Gone swimming in the Ganga
27. Run a Marathon
28. Ridden in a houseboat in the Dal lake in Kashmir
29. Seen a total eclipse
30. Watched a sunrise or sunset
31. Hit a sixer (cricket)
32. Been on a cruise
33. Seen Niagara Falls in person
34. Visited the birthplace of my ancestors
35. Visited an Adivasi community ("pada")
36. Taught myself a new language
37. Had enough money to be truly satisfied
38. Seen the Taj Mahal (monument, not hotel) in person
39. Gone rock climbing
40. Seen the Himalayas
41. Sung karaoke
42. Seen the eruption of a volcano
43. Bought a stranger a meal at a restaurant
44. Visited the US
45. Walked on a beach by moonlight
46. Been transported in an ambulance
47. Had my portrait painted
48. Gone deep sea fishing
49. Been to VaishhnoDevi
50. Been to the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris
51. Gone scuba diving or snorkeling
52. Visited a Masjid
53. Played in the mud
54. Gone to a drive-in
55. Been in a movie
56. Visited the Great Wall of China
57. Started a business
58. Taken a martial arts class
59. Visited Russia
60. Served as a volunteer at a public meeting
61. Helped someone not related to you , with studies
62. Gone whale watching
63. Got flowers for no reason
64. Donated blood, platelets or plasma
65. Gone parasailing
66. Visited a Nazi Concentration Camp
67. Bounced a check
68. Flown in a helicopter
69. Saved a favorite childhood toy
70. Visited the Lincoln Memorial
71. Eaten karela happily
72. Pieced a quilt
73. Stood at the Gateway of India recently, after 26/11
74. Toured Kashmir
75. Been fired from a job
76. Seen the Changing of the Guards at the Wagah border between Ind-Pak
77. Broken a bone
78. Been on a speeding motorcycle
79. Seen the Grand Canyon in person
80. Published a book
81. Visited the Parliament in New Delhi
82. Bought a brand new car
83. Walked in KanyaKumari
84. Had my picture in the newspaper
85. Read the entire Bhagwad Geeta
86. Visited the Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi (President of India residence)
87. Killed and prepared an animal for eating
88. Had chickenpox
89. Saved someone’s life
90. Sat on a jury
91. Met someone famous
92. Joined a book club
93. Lost a loved one
94. Had a baby
96. Swam in the Indian Ocean
97. Been involved in a law suit
98. Owned a cell phone
99. Been stung by a bee
100. Ridden an elephant

Now I am going to prepare my own list. Lets see how big it is.

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Monday, December 22, 2008

वैष्णव जन तो तेने कहिये जे (Vaishnav Jan to tene kahiye)

वैष्णव जन तो तेने कहिये जे
पीड़ परायी जाणे रे

पर दुख्खे उपकार करे तोये
मन अभिमान ना आणे रे
वैष्णव जन तो तेने कहिये जे ...

सकळ लोक मान सहुने वंदे
नींदा न करे केनी रे
वाच काछ मन निश्चळ राखे
धन धन जननी तेनी रे
वैष्णव जन तो तेने कहिये जे ...

सम दृष्टी ने तृष्णा त्यागी
पर स्त्री जेने मात रे
जिह्वा थकी असत्य ना बोले
पर धन नव झाली हाथ रे
वैष्णव जन तो तेने कहिये जे ...

मोह माया व्यापे नही जेने
द्रिढ़ वैराग्य जेना मन मान रे
राम नाम सुन ताळी लागी
सकळ तिरथ तेना तन मान रे
वैष्णव जन तो तेने कहिये जे ...

वण लोभी ने कपट- रहित छे
काम क्रोध निवार्या रे
भणे नरसैय्यो तेनुन दर्शन कर्ता
कुळ एकोतेर तारया रे
वैष्णव जन तो तेने कहिये जे ...

Vaishnav Jan to tene kahiye
Jay peerh paraaye janneyray
Par dukkhey upkar karey teeyey, man abhiman na anney ray
Sakal lokma Sahuney bandhey,
Ninda Na karye kainee ray
Baach kaachh, Man nischal Raakhey, dhan-dhan jananee tainee ray
Samdrishi nay trishna tyagee, par-stree jaynay mat ray
Vivihva thaki asatya na bolay, par-dhan nav jhaley haath ray
Moh maaya vyaayey nahin Jeynay, dridth vairagya jana manma ray
Ram-nam-shoom taalee laagee,
Sakal teerth seyna tanma ray
Vanloohee nay kapat rahit chhay,
Kaam, Krodh nivarya ray
Bhane Narsinhyo tainoo darshan karta kul ekotair taarya re.


English:

Speak only as godlike of the man who feels another's pain
Who shares another's sorrow and pride does disdain
Who regards himself lowliest of the low
Speaks not a word of evil against anyone
Blessed is the mother who gave birth to such a son
Who looks upon everyone as his equal,
Lust he has renounced
Who honors women like he honors his mother
Whose tongue knows not the taste of falsehood
Nor covets another's worldly goods
Who longs not for worldly wealth (or fame)
For he treads the path of renunciation
Ever on his lips is Ram's holy name
All places of pilgrimage are within him
He has conquered greed, is free of deceit, lust and anger
Through him Narsinh has godly vision
And his generation to come will attain salvation.


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Friday, December 19, 2008

ठुमक चलत रामचंद्र by Ronu Mujumdaat in Sawai Gandharv Mahotsav 2008


In Sawai Gandharv Mahotsav, Great Ronu Mujumdar has played the following Ram Bhajan on his magnificant flute.

I can never forget that scene, those notes are still playing in my ears.

ठुमक चलत रामचंद्र
ठुमक चलत रामचंद्र बाजत पैंजनियां ..

किलकि किलकि उठत धाय गिरत भूमि लटपटाय .
धाय मात गोद लेत दशरथ की रनियां ..

अंचल रज अंग झारि विविध भांति सो दुलारि .
तन मन धन वारि वारि कहत मृदु बचनियां ..

विद्रुम से अरुण अधर बोलत मुख मधुर मधुर .
सुभग नासिका में चारु लटकत लटकनियां ..

तुलसीदास अति आनंद देख के मुखारविंद .
रघुवर छबि के समान रघुवर छबि बनियां ..


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Monday, December 15, 2008

Thoughts that made me think - 2

Hazaron dastaanein likhee gatin jis key seeney pe /
Aaj us bekas zamin ka no koi quadardaan apna hai.


(On whose chest thousands of tales have been written/
Today that helpless Earth has no patron of her own)

Text and translation from Urdu Poem by the poet Saima Afreen (October, 2006)


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Saturday, December 13, 2008

Swai Gandharva Mahotsav 2008 -Day 3

I have published the post on day at my marathi blog, to read the marathi post please click here.
Day 3 Schedule
Ganesh and Kumaresh [Violin Jugalbandi ]
Arshad Ali [Vocals ]
Madhup Mudgal [Vocals ]
Pt Rajan and Pt Sajan Mishra [Vocals ]



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Friday, December 12, 2008

Sawai Gandharva Mahostav 2008 - Day 2

Hi,

The first day of Swai Gandharva Mahostava was awesome as expected. I have written an article on the first day of sawai in Marathi over here. Please check it.

Day 2 Shcedule is as follows:

Farhan Khan - [ Sitar ]
Anuj and Smriti Mishra - [ Kathak ]
Prasad Khaparde - [ Vocals ]
Devaki Pandit - [ Vocals ]
Malini Rajurkar - [ Vocals ]

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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Sawai Gandharva Mahostav 2008 - Day1

Today 56th Sawai Gandharv Mahostav is getting Started.
Todays programs are as follows:

Day1
11th December 4.00 p.m. onwards

Tukaram Daithankar [Shehnai]

Pt Shivkumar Sharma [Santoor]
Pt Ajay Chakravarti [Vocals]
Suhas Vyas [Vocals]
Krishnendra Wadekar [Vocals]

I will try to post photographs from the Mahostav.

This is the list of resources of the information related to great Sawai Gandharv Mahostav:

http://www.sawaigandharvamusicfestival.com/
http://punekar.in/site/2008/11/20/sawai-gandharva-2008/
http://traditional-india.blogspot.com/2008/01/sawai-gandharva-sangeet-mahotsav.html
http://www.puneevents.com/sawaipremi.asp

I am just trying bring all the information for Sawai Premi.



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An Inspiring Poem (Hindi)

केसरी बाना सजाएँ, वीर का शृँगार कर ।
ले चले हम राष्ट्रनौका को भँवर के पार कर ।। धृ ।।

डर नहीं तूफान बादल का अंधेरी रात का ।
डर नहीं हैं धूर्त दुनिया के कपट का घात का ।।
नयन में ध्रुव ध्येय अनुरुप ही दृढ़ भाव भर,
ले चले हम राष्ट्रनौका को भँवर के पार कर ।। १ ।।

है भरा मन में तपस्वी मुनिवरों का त्याग हैं ।
और हृदयों में हमारे वीरता की आग है ।।
हाथ हैं उद्योग में रत राष्ट्रसेवा धार कर,
ले चले हम राष्ट्रनौका को भँवर के पार कर ।। २ ।।

सिंधु से आसाम तक योगी शिला से मान-सर ।
गुंजते हैं विश्व-जननी प्रार्थना के उच्च-स्वर ।।
सुप्त भावों को जगा उत्साह का संचार कर,
ले चले हम राष्ट्रनौका को भँवर के पार कर ।। ३ ।।

स्वार्थ का लव-लेश, सत्ता की हमें चिंता नहीं ।
प्रान्त भाषा वर्ग का कटू भेद भी छूता नहीं ।।
एक हैं हम एक आशा, योजना साकार कर,
ले चले हम राष्ट्रनौका को भँवर के पार कर ।। ४ ।।

शपथ लेकर पूर्वजों की आश हम पूरी करें ।
मस्त होकर कार्यरत हों, ध्येयमय जीवन धरें ।।
दे रहे युग को चुनौती आज हम ललकार कर,
ले चले हम राष्ट्रनौका को भँवर के पार कर ।। ५ ।।


[This is not my Poem, I have taken this poem from here]

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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

The Essential Time-Saving Guide for Busy People

Your lives are always busy, I’m sure, but the holidays always seem to add even more craziness to everyone’s schedule. Christmas parties with family, friends and co-workers, gift shopping, decorating, Christmas pageants, caroling, bell-ringing, snow shoveling (unless you live on Guam like I do), making cookies, baking turkeys, and all the rest.

It’s enough to make you want to give up!

But it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. If you’re a busy person (and who isn’t these days?), I’ve compiled some of my favorite time-saving tips — things I use in my daily life that I’ve found to work wonders for freeing up the schedule.

Why use these tips? First, to keep yourself sane during busy times — we all tend to stress out when schedules are packed. But second, and just as importantly, to make time for what you think is most important. For me, that’s my family, my writing, and exercise. You might have other things you want to make time for. Here’s how to do it.

Tips for Work
Most of us spend the most time at work, so let’s start there. If you have a to-do list that’s a mile long — or worse yet, no to-do list at all — here’s what you can do:

1. Do less. This is my favorite productivity tip, as long-time readers know — simplify your schedule by doing fewer things but focusing on the important things. This will greatly increase the impact of the time you do work, decreasing the time you need to work. What about the tasks you don’t do? See the tips below for more on dealing with them.

2. Delegate. If a task needs to be done but is not one of your most important tasks, and it can be done by someone else, delegate it. Sometimes you can get rid of half your to-do list by finding others who can do the task as well or even better than you can.

3. Limit your workday (or adjust your hours). If you work more than 8 hours a day, by setting a limit of 8 hours you’ll force yourself to focus on getting the must-do tasks done within that limit. If you work 8 hours a day, try limiting yourself to 6 hours. You’ll find that you’ll prioritize, work more efficiently, and waste less time, so that you can get the work done within that time frame. I try to give myself a 4- or 5-hour window on most days. What if you can’t reduce your hours (maybe you’re required to work a certain number of hours)? See if you can shift your work hours either earlier or later than the rest of the crowd. That’ll reduce commute time if you don’t commute during the busy traffic hours, and if you work when almost no one else is in the office you can get tons more done.

4. Get the important stuff done early. Pick the top 2-3 things you need or want to accomplish today, and get those done first. While on other days you might push these important things back (and possibly not get them done at all), if you do them first the rest of your day will be gravy. In fact, if you have the freedom, you can sometimes even call it a day after you get the important stuff done — the rest can wait until tomorrow.

5. Ask your boss to re-prioritize for you. If you don’t have control over your schedule or to-do list, talk to your boss. Tell him you are trying to be more effective with your time, and you only have time for X number of things today (say, 3-4 things) … so ask him to pick those things for you. Tell him if you try to do everything today you’ll be less effective and may not get as many things done or do as good a job. This prioritizing is essentially what you’d do yourself (see the first tip) if you had the freedom.

6. Batch tasks. Instead of interspersing your work day with small tasks all mixed together, try to group similar tasks and do them at once. For example, instead of responding to emails throughout the day, batch them and do all your emails once (or twice) a day. Do all your paperwork at once. Make all phone calls in one batch. Do all errands at once. This grouping of tasks saves a lot of time and allows you to focus better on the important tasks.

7. Focus on one project and get it done. Instead of juggling a large number of projects, set aside a block of time to do one project until completion. For me, this often means setting aside half a day or a day (I try to break my projects down into manageable chunks) to work on a project, and I try to complete it if at all possible. Often this means getting all the resources and information you need beforehand, so you don’t have to look for it or wait on it when you’re ready to actually work on the project. This also means clearing my schedule, so I’ll get other tasks done beforehand and I won’t schedule anything else for that block of time. Then work on that project exclusively and try very hard to get it done. This, I’ve found, is often the most effective way to work on projects.

8. Avoid meetings. Not all meetings are a waste of time, but many are. If you spend a lot of time in meetings, but would rather be doing your actual work instead of listening to other people talk about things they could have sent you in an email, see if you can get out of some of those meetings. You’ll get a lot more done. Read more.

9. Avoid long conversations at work. We’ve all had long conversations with co-workers that were very unproductive — often not related to work or anything important. Sometimes they’re long phone conversations. And while I like conversing with other human beings as much as the next guy — it’s important to maintain good relationships and friendships — at the same time you could be spending that time doing other things. I personally would rather get all my work done and go home and spend time with my family. So I try to stay focused on work rather than having lots of long conversations, although I’ll make an exception now and then.

10. Learn to say no. This is crucial if you want to have a simplified schedule. We all receive numerous requests each day, and all of them are demands on our time. If we say “yes” to those requests, we are giving up our time and committing to doing something for someone else. But if those requests aren’t in line with our priorities, then we are usually biting off more than we want to chew. So learn to say “no” instead. Often this is uncomfortable, because we fear it means disappointing others. But learn to tell people that you just don’t have the time to commit to this right now, and often they’ll understand.

Time-saving Computer Tips
1. Disconnect when possible. This is my favorite computer tip. When I really want to focus on a task, and really get it done, I will disconnect from the Internet. Sometimes this means just closing my browser, other times it will mean disconnecting from my wireless network, and still other times I unplug the cord. However you do it, disconnecting from the Internet is a great way to get things done. Of course, you’ll eventually want to re-connect, but having blocks of time when you’re disconnected can be extremely productive.

2. Quicksilver or AutoHotkey. Quicksilver for Mac users, Autohotkey for PCs. I’ve used both an find them to be indispensable tools for getting things done efficiently. For example, we all have documents, programs, folders and websites we go to frequently — set up a hotkey to open them with a keystroke. It takes a little learning to figure out how to set these up (but you can Google tutorials), and to set up each hotkey might take a couple minutes. But once they’re set up, you’re lightning fast. You can go beyond these hotkeys for more powerful combinations, such as a hotkey to email something or resize a photo or do a thousand other things — I have probably a dozen or so I use regularly that save me hours when you add them all up over the course of a month.

3. Keyboard shortcuts for email. Similarly, your email program almost certainly has keyboard shortcuts, and if you’re not using them you should learn them. By using shortcuts for opening, sending, filing, searching and navigating through emails, you can work through a batch of emails in no time. And if you add shortcuts (via Quicksilver or AutoHotkey) for commonly used text or signatures, you can zip through your replies faster than I can go through a batch of Oreos.

4. Email filters. Let your email program do your work for you. I use Gmail filters, but programs such as Outlook or Mail.app, or what have you, all have similar filtering features. Learn to use them and set up filters for your most common emails. This will usually happen over time as you notice that you’re getting a lot of a certain type of email. For example, I get certain stats and financial reports relating to my work that I have labeled and filed by a filter, so that they never see the light of my inbox. Then I can always go and look in that label (or folder) to read those reports if I need to, but don’t need to read them when I go through my inbox. I also use filters to automatically delete emails from people who send me chain and joke emails (harsh, I know, but I get tired of those), and to file notifications from services like Facebook, Twitter, Paypal and other services.

5. Limit IM, Twitter, forums, other social stuff. You can spend all day chatting with others, or Twittering or going on online forums or social media. And while all of these tools have good uses, they can take up too much of your time if you let them. Set limits for yourself — say one hour a day to do all of these things, at a certain block of time in your schedule. You’ll have lots more time for the important tasks.

6. Stop worrying about filing. I’ve written about this before, of course, but I don’t really believe in filing anymore. Everything I do is digital these days, both online and on my computer’s hard drive. And I learned from Gmail that you can just archive something and search for it later without any problems (I’ve been doing this for two years with no problems finding things at all). So I do this with everything: files on my hard drive, documents in Google Docs and Spreadsheets, other types of online files. And my filing time has been reduced to almost zero — while I used to spend lots of time filing each day.

Tips for Home
1. Keep things clutter-free. I’m a big fan of clutter-free homes and workspaces, not only for their nicer aesthetics but because 1) it helps you to focus on what you’re doing instead of being distracted by visual clutter; 2) it’s more serene and relaxing; and 3) it saves time. How does it save time? It makes things easier to find, easier to clean, easier to navigate, and reduces wasted time reshuffling, sorting, looking through, and clearing away piles of clutter. Read more.

2. Keep things in their place. Similarly, having a “home” for everything saves time. You can have an uncluttered home but not know where anything belongs … instead, have a place for everything, and put things back in that place when you’re not using them. Make this a key habit in your life — when you’re done with something, put it back where it belongs. It takes a few seconds to do that, and saves time cleaning up later, looking for things (how many times have you lost something and searched long and hard for it?), and generally keeps things neater and uncluttered.

3. Teach kids to clean up after themselves. If you’re a parent, you know that keeping an uncluttered household isn’t easy when you have little rugrats running around making a mess every minute of the live-long day. Start your kids, from an early age, with the habit of cleaning up after themselves when they’re done playing. So let’s say they take out a bucket of building blocks and make a huge mess — that’s OK, but when they’re done, help them to pick everything up, put them in the bucket, and put the bucket back in its “home”. My younger kids like to sing a “Clean up, clean up, everybody everywhere” song as they clean. Make it a game! With six kids, this has saved us countless hours of cleaning up after our kids.

4. Prep the night before. Whether you’re single or have a household full of kids, mornings might be a rush for you. Instead, create an evening routine where you get everything ready the night before, so you can start your day off right. This might not technically save time, but it gives you more time in the morning to focus on getting important things done rather than rushing through your routine.

5. Don’t watch too much TV. I personally have wasted entire days watching TV, so I know what a big time-hole television can be. Instead, limit your TV viewing time — maybe an hour a day? — and use the time you otherwise would have been watching TV on more important things — spending time with your loved ones, exercising, writing that novel you’ve been dreaming about.

6. Plan your weekly menu. If you plan out what you’re going to have for dinner (and even lunch) each day of the week, you can save a lot of time. First, you can go grocery shopping and get everything you need all at once — in fact, if you repeat the weekly menu the next week, you can do two weeks of shopping in one trip. Second, you can prepare food ahead of time (see next item), and pack your lunch easily for work. Third, you don’t have to worry about what’s for dinner each evening — it’s right there on the menu you posted on the fridge.

7. Cook big batches. I like to make large batches of food, which is especially helpful when you have a big family. I’ll cook up a big batch of chili, veggie soup, spaghetti, or other dish, and eat the leftovers for lunch or dinner (sometimes it can be several lunches and dinners).

8. Do all your errands at once. This is the same as the “batching” tip from the work section above (as is the previous tip, and the next tip). Write your errands on an errands list throughout the week, and do them all on one day. Plan your route so you do the least amount of driving possible, and get it all done quickly. Compared to running multiple errand trips, this method saves a lot of time.

9. Do your banking online, all at once. I like to do this once every week or even two weeks … I have all my bills ready to pay (actually, most of them are set up to be paid automatically by my bank’s bill-pay system), I reconcile my online bank statement, pay the bills, check my automatic savings transfers and so on.

10. Clean in one big rush. While I like to keep things clean by cleaning as I go, there’s also the sweeping and mopping and cleaning the bathrooms and things like that … and it’s a big time-saver to do it all in one big rush. My whole family will take different parts of the house, and we’ll do the cleaning all at once as fast as we can. We’re done in 30-45 minutes, and we can relax the rest of the day. Ahhh!

11. Get your workouts done in no time. If you don’t have a lot of time but want to stay (or get) in shape, try bodyweight exercises in circuits, but make the workout more intense by trying to do as many circuits as you can in a short amount of time. For example, do circuits of pullups, pushups, and bodyweight squats (5, 10, and 15 respectively) … and do as many as possible in 10 minutes (or 20 if you’re fit). Create your own circuits with different exercises, or look for similar challenges online to mix things up. Don’t do these intense exercises if you’re just starting out — just try to do a few circuits but not quickly if you’re still a beginner.

12. Keep a great big calendar. My family stays organized with a big calendar on our fridge (which I also manually sync with Gcal because I like Gcal). Everything goes on our calendar: parties, meetings, school events, soccer games, music lessons, birthdays, volunteering dates, and so on. This ensures that we don’t overschedule, that we’re all in sync with each other, and that we don’t miss appointments or events. And one big calendar saves time because we don’t have to keep checking with each other or looking at various schedules.

13. Get a babysitter or swap babysitting. If you are a parent and don’t have time to do things, hire a babysitter so you can find the time, or swap babysitting with another parent. My sister and I do this, for example — we’ll watch her kids some days and she’ll watch ours on others. It’s great because we have more time to do things, and our kids get to play together.

14. Consider hiring someone. Sometimes it makes more sense to hire someone to do something, especially if your time is worth more money than you’re paying that person. For example, if I have a large yard that would take me five hours to maintain (it’s pretty big), it makes more sense for me to pay someone as I can earn more during those 5 hours by working. Other things you might pay someone for: other home maintenance projects, washing your car, doing errands or laundry, doing your taxes … just about anything where doing it yourself isn’t cost-effective.

What are your time-saving tips? Share in the comments!

[This is a guest post from Leo (writer of great blog zenhabits.net)]

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Monday, December 08, 2008

My New Machine: Athlon 64 X2 5000+ with ASUS M2N68

Yesterday I bought my 3rd Computer System with AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ with ASUS M2N68 motherboard. I have installed 2 GB of kingston DDR 2 DIMM in it.
It is really low cost soultion as compared to Interl Dual Core. My First machine was Intel Pentium 2. But from my second machine I became the great fan of AMD Processors. I recommend it to my friends also. Low cost and high quality.

AMD ATHLON 64 X2 5000+ PROCESSOR TECH SPECS:
Frequency / Cache Sizes: 2.6GHz w/ 512KB L2 cache-per-core (1MB total L2 per processor)
L1 Cache Sizes: 64K- L1 instruction + 64K - L1 data cache per core (256KB total L1)
CPU to Memory Controller: same as CPU core frequencies
Memory Controller: Shared integrated 128-bit wide memory controller
DDR2 Memory Supported: Up to and including PC2 6400 (800MHz) DDR-2 memory
HyperTransport Links: 1
HyperTransport Spec: 2GHz (2x 1000MHz / DDR)
Effective data bandwidth: 20.8 GB/sec [8GB/sec HyperTransport link + 12.8GB/sec memory]
Packaging: Socket AM2 organic micro-PGA
Fab location: AMD's Fab 30 wafer fabrication facility in Dresden, Germany
Process Technology: 90nm (.09-micron) Silicon on Insulator (SOI)
Approximate Transistor count: 153.8 million
Approximate Die Size: 183mm2
Nominal Voltage: 1.30-1.35V
Max Thermal Power: 89 W
Max Ambient Case Temp: 55-70 degrees Celsius
Max Icc (processor current): 66.2A
Min P-State (with C'n'Q) 1.0 GHz
Nominal Voltage @ min -state: 1.1V
Max Thermal Power @ min -state: 31.0W
Max Icc @ min -state: 25.5A

ASUS M2N68 Motherboard:
Pros:
Easy to install
Gigabit ethernet, 4 sata ports, built in video/audio, cheap (main reason I bought it), 2000MHz FSB, 6 USB ports
Dual-Channel DDR2 support, supports whole range of CPUs,
low cost excellent quality currently using a x2 5000
Installed easily and the layout of this small board great.
Manual is excellent and there is plenty of room for all of the connections.
The price is unbelievable for Asus quality.

Cons:
one IDE connector

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Thursday, December 04, 2008

Personality Analysis on the basis of Blog

Today one of my supirior send me this link.
Typealyzer takes the URL of your blog and gives you your personality analysis.

Personality Analysis of my Blog is as below:

The independent and problem-solving type. They are especially attuned to the demands of the moment are masters of responding to challenges that arise spontaneously. They generally prefer to think things out for themselves and often avoid inter-personal conflicts.

The Mechanics enjoy working together with other independent and highly skilled people and often like seek fun and action both in their work and personal life. They enjoy adventure and risk such as in driving race cars or working as policemen and firefighters.


The process also suggested to visit this blog.

Analysis
This show what parts of the brain that were dominant during writing.





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Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Petition to be submitted to Prime Minister of India for Assertive Action

Today I got this forwarded email but I have signed the petition, I hope you will also sign.

Please view and endorse the enclosed page at PetitionOnline.com:

http://www.PetitionOnline.com/26novAct/petition.html

On 7th December 2008 this petition will be attempted to be presented to the Prime Minister of India. Till 7th December, endeavour is to collect at least 1 million signatures.

Probably such mass need may stir the administration to take visible and needful action. Please sign and forward to as many people known to you as possible.

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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Terror times: Compulsory Military training in academic studies.....

Reg: Terror times: Compulsory Military training in academic studies.....

To,
The Constitutional Functionaries of India,
The Hon President Of India;
The Hon Prime Minister of India;
The Hon Chief Ministers' of States and U.Ts.;
The Hon Legislatures of Parliament and State Legislatures;
The Hon Chief Justice of India;
The Hon Chief Justices of High Courts of States' and U.Ts..

Given the understanding,
In America and in China, every Student is compulsorily given military training.
In India i.e.Bhaarat, Parliamentary legislative sanction to this measure is available in section 4(h) of the Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987.
The Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987.
Section 3. Constitution of the National Legal Services Authority: –

(1) The Central Government shall constitute a body to be called the
National Legal Services Authority to exercise the powers and perform the functions conferred on, or assigned to, the Central Authority under this Act.

(2) The Central Authority shall consist of-
(a) The Chief Justice of India who shall be the Patron-in-Chief,
(b) A serving or retired Judge of the Supreme Court to be nominated by the President, in consultation with the Chief Justice of India, who shall be the Executive Chairman; and
(c) Such number of other members, possessing such experience and qualifications, as may prescribed by the Central Government, to be nominated by that Government in consultation with the Chief Justice of India.

Section 4. Functions of the Central Authority. -The Central Authority shall 5[***] perform all or any of the following functions, namely: -
(h) To do all things necessary for the purpose of ensuring commitment to the fundamental duties of citizens under Part IVA of the Constitution;

The following are the Fundamental Duties prescribed by the Constitution of the nation under PART [IV-A] to its every citizen : Article 51A
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(a) To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem.

(b) To cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom.

(c) To uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.

(d) To defend the country and render national service when called upon to do so.

(e) To promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of India transcending religious, linguistic and regional or sectional diversities; to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women.

(f) To value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture.

(g) To protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wild life, and to have compassion for living creatures.

(h) To develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform.

(i) To safeguard public property and to abjure violence.

(j) To strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavor and achievement.

The introduction of Environmental studies in school curriculum was a result of Ganga pollution case filed by one Lawyer environmentalist Mr. M C Mehta.

Please see wisdom in introducing compulsory military training for every student.

Sandeep Jalan.
Janhit Manch
Kuber Bhuvan, Bajaj Road, Vile parle West, Mumbai- 400056.
Email- legallyspeaking.jalan@gmail.com

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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Another attack by Cowards......Fight My brothers and Sisters Fight fight fight.


While writing this post my people are fighting with the coward attack on Mumbai.
Salute to the Ashok Kamate, Hemant Karkare, Sashank Shinde and Vijay Salaskar.
Because of you we are safe at our home.
Jai Hind!!!

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Thought that made me think - 1

"Leaving the house in the morning, dressed in clothes that you bought on credit card , for work, driving through the traffic in a car that you are still paying for, putting in petrol that you cannot afford, in order to get to the job that you hate but need so badly so that you can pay for the clothes, car, petrol and the house that you leave empty the whole day, in order to live in it"

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Monday, November 10, 2008

Drusht Lagnya Joge Saare - lyrics

drushta lagnya saare
galbot hi kuthe nase
jag doghanche ase rachu ki
swarg tyapudhe fika pade

swapna hun sundar gharate
manahun asel mothe
doghanahi je je have te
hoil sakar yethe

anandachi an truptichi
shaant swali ithe mile
jag doghanche ase rachu ki
swarg tya pudhe fika pade

Julali re naate atut
ani janmojanmachi bhet
gheuniya pritichi aan
ekroop hotil praan

sahavasacha sugandh yethe
ani sugandha roop dise
jag doghanche ase rachu ki
swarg tya pudhe fika pade

Lyrics - Suhas Pai
Singer - Rajesh Kulkarni

To listen to this song online please click here.
To know more about my work in Marathi please click here.
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Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Go! Go! Go! Obama...

Finally the war ended and Obama has written a new episode in the US history. the whole world has witnessed it.

His stand on terrorisom is really impressive. Now I will watch for what actions he will take.
God bless the whole world!!!

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Friday, October 24, 2008

My City my Football club : Pune Football Club

As we know it is sin to play sport other than cricket. People will ignore you if you tell them you play some sport other than cricket.
My city "Pune" is not the exception for this. But now situation is chaning. More and more football tournament are getting organized at school, college and industry level.

I felt very happy when I heard about the Pune Foot Ball Club.

"Most of the biggest clubs in the world are named after the city they were formed in; Pune Football Club seeks to be no different. Being a club for the people of pune, the clubs logo is an amalgamation of various elements associated with this city. While the colors of red and gold signify regality and aggression, the ghorpad or the monitor lizard known for its tenacity, made famous during Tanjis (Shivajis trusted lieutenant) capture of the kondana Fort, occupies pride of place. Given the ghorpads glorious association with pune the mascot of the Pune Football Club will undoubtedly bring this army of young, hard- working and exceptionally talented players the very success that it brought earlier to shivaji and his troops. "

My best wished to PFC. Please click here to visit PFC official website.

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