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Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired. - Jules Renard 

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Klueless....

A friend of mine forwarded the game
Klueless developed by IIM-indore studs!
Let us know the level you are stuck at but dont disclose the
answers plz...

| posted by raj @ 6:18 PM

Sunday, January 08, 2006

Happy News

Open a newspaper (or) news website for that matter -- All that you see is killings, destruction, bomb blasts, natural calamaties where nature asserts its supremacy! Should we be bothered about all these sad, sad news every day? How about reading only good, encouraging, positive happenings around the world.
  Happy News is here for the exact same reason.
  Of course, it wont be as crowd-pulling or saucy or even interesting to many like the say, CNN or "Trash of India" sites but then, its like fresh air blowing over other stinking stuffs getting reported in other sites.  Magesh says its worth a visit everyday!

[Via Magesh]
 

| posted by Ramki @ 2:21 PM

Saturday, January 07, 2006

Image-> ASCII Converter

TEXT-IMAGE.com was started in early 2002 for the single purpose of entertaining people who find their way here. It's funded by Google advertising and runs on a webserver behind the living room sofa. The man who created it is Patrik Roos, now a 24-year-old student of Japanese and physics. He resides in Stockholm, Sweden, where he spends most of the day reading in the bathroom

[Via Ursi's blog]

| posted by Ramki @ 1:25 AM

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Virtual CT-scan

This applet on how the human anatomy will look in a CT-Scan is amazing. The applet takes a while to load though!

| posted by Ramki @ 9:08 PM


Sideways Bike

Human balance is detected in the inner ear. There are three semi-circular canals positioned at right angles to each other that detect balance in three axes. These canals are separate and distinct. The three types of balance are Left to Right, Front to Back and Rotational (Yaw). Left to Right balance is what people are most familiar with and is the primary balance used for riding a regular bicycle or indeed flying a plane.

| posted by Ramki @ 9:00 PM

Monday, January 02, 2006

We have finally arrived!

Can you believe it? Shikar being screened in Dollar theater, Plano. Well, well, well -- Finally, we have arrived.
We'll now see KKQUIR, KAPMQ etc being nominated for Oscars!!!

| posted by Ramki @ 11:00 AM

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