Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Ctrl C& Ctrl V

Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs clearly knows that too. He didn't miss a beat when a shareholder asked him if he had any thoughts on Longhorn, the next version of Windows.

"They are shamelessly copying us," he said during Thursday's annual meeting.

Most telling, Jobs said is that Tiger, the next version of Mac OS X, will go on sale later this month, while Longhorn is still more than a year away.

"They can't even copy fast," he said.

Some of Apple's advances can be protected by patents, he said, but not all.

"Innovation is the only way to win," he said. "You just have to stay ahead of people."

There has been a fair amount of finger-pointing of late, with Windows chief Jim Allchin recently suggesting it was Apple doing the copying.

As everybody knows that Windows bocome popular when they changed the design as X-Windows. If Copy Paste is not there most of the software engineer will be loosing their jobs, MS does the same :))

Sunday, April 24, 2005


Guys If you have any important work do it and come back for this blog

Our communication - Wireless
Our business - Cashless
Our telephone - Cordless
Our cooking - Fireless
Our youth - Jobless
Our religion - Creedless
Our food - Fatless
Our faith - Godless
Our labor - Effortless
Our conduct - Worthless
Our relation - Loveless
Our attitude - Careless
Our feelings - Heartless
Our politics - Shameless
Our education - Valueless
Our Follies - Countless
Our arguments - Baseless
Our commitment - Aimless
Our life - Meaningless
Our bosses - hopeless
Our Salary - Veryless

Our existence - Useless????

Thursday, April 21, 2005


I am not a great fan of Rajni, however I am crazy about watching his movie(I have seen Arunachalam in the first show). I was waiting for CM for a long time and listened all the songs n number of times. The first which I played in my CAR Mp3 player was CM songs only. About the Movie, Rajni opened the innings as usual style(no cigrettes this time, only GUM). To be very frank first half is meant for Rajni fans(only magic, no logic). In second after Jyothika started batting only innings get intersting. Second half, I cant believe that Rajni kept his image away and acted towards the story, there is secret of this movie. Story I know everybody would have seen the movie or knew the story.

Tamil Cinema stars, are aware that all the chu chu will not work, only the story and script will does the success. I apreciate Rajni for his guts in this movie, as he not bothered about his image.

As a public my comment about this movie is


Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Dont comment as REPEAT

It was the first day of school and a new student named Suzuki, the son of a Japanese businessman, entered the fourth grade.

The teacher said, "Let's begin by reviewing some American history: Who said 'Give me Liberty, or give me Death?' She saw a sea of blank faces,except for Suzuki, who had his hand up. "Patrick Henry, 1775."

He said. "Very good!" Who said 'Government of the People, by the People,for the People, shall not perish from the Earth?" Again, no response except from Suzuki. "Abraham Lincoln, 1863", said Suzuki.

The teacher snapped at the class, "Class, you should be ashamed. Suzuki,who is new to our country, knows more about its history than you do.

She heard a loud whisper: "F**k the Japs" "Who said that?" she demanded. Suzuki put his hand up. "Lee Iacocca, 1982" At that point, a student in
the back said,

"I'm gonna puke" The teacher glares and asks "All right! Now, who said that?"

Again, Suzuki says, "George Bush [Sr.] to the Japanese Prime Minister,
1991" Now furious, another student yells, "Oh yeah? Suck this!" Suzuki jumps out of his chair waving his hand! and shouts to the teacher, "Bill Clinton, to Monica Lewinsky, 1997!"

Now with almost a mob hysteria someone said, "You little shit. If you say
anything else, I'll kill you." Suzuki frantically yells at the top of his voice, "[California Congressman]Gary Condit to Chandra Levy 2001." (The teacher fainted.)

And as the class gathered around the teacher on the floor, someone said,
"Oh shit, we're f**ked!" and Suzuki said, "Americans,... in Iraq, 2004

Tuesday, April 19, 2005


Dog no job, stand no time (Karunas style). I dunno what is happening around me? Client visit, project dead line, house Hunt(as mouse hunt, chumma yedhugai monaikaga), purchasing for the house amenities,.. ooops lot of ...

Why I am describing all these, dont have time to blogging hehe :(. Even I dont know when India lost the last match, I heard the news on monday only(thank god I have n't seen that match).

Have to Watch Thalaivar's movie(theater is nearby though, I am not able to get tickets:( ). will try for this weekend.

Sunday, April 10, 2005

Women World Cup

India Vs Australia, IWCC World cup Final
Pity on these girls, most of them knows that there is final match and due to lack of sponsors I am not able to watch this match in any of the channels.
Male'ism :(
Karen Rolton became only the second player to make a century in a Women's World Cup final as Australia outclassed India by 98 runs to win the trophy. Rolton hit 11 fours in her 107 not out off 138 balls at Centurion Park. She put on 139 for the fourth wicket with Indian-born Lisa Sthalekar, who was caught and bowled in the final over of Australia's innings for 55.
Four run outs wrecked India's hopes and Cathryn Fitzpatrick picked up two late wickets as they were all out for 117.

My favourite is Image hosted by Photobucket.com Anju Jain, Mithali also done a good job in this serious.

Wednesday, April 06, 2005


Bus is the cheap and best for Indians, I got a story regarding this bus journey though there is lot of controversy
A few months ago Fatima Begum was in bed with heart problems and hypertension.

But a piece of news on television helped get the 75-year-old widow in Indian Kashmir back on her feet.

The hunched, toothless woman was overjoyed to discover that a bus service was planned to connect Indian Kashmir with the Pakistani side for the first time in more than half a century and possibly reunite her with a daughter whom she last saw 24 years ago.

"The atmosphere has changed. I thought it would not be possible to see Hafiza again ... I can't express my joy," Begum said. "I will also see my son-in-law and grandchildren for the first time."

Although Hafiza and her family were to travel by the first bus due to be launched on Thursday, a last minute hitch forced them to postpone their trip until the second bus in two weeks time.

"While Hafiza got a travel permit for the first bus her daughter was listed for the second bus," said Bilal Ahmed, Begum's government employee son. "We are a bit disappointed but we are still happy that she will come two weeks later."

The desire of Begum's divided family to meet, like thousands of others in the disputed Himalayan region, has repeatedly been thwarted by tensions between India and Pakistan.

The rivals fought over Kashmir soon after gaining freedom from British colonial rule in 1947 and the conflict ended up splitting the scenic mountainous state across a ceasefire line.

Another war, regular sabre-rattling, a bloody insurgency and decades of entrenched diplomatic positions ensued.

But an agreement this year to launch the historic cross-border bus service, has been the most tangible gain yet of a slow peace process between the two countries.

The Begum family's narrow house in a dusty alley in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian Kashmir, was getting a new coat of paint before Hafiza's arrival.

Shawls, gold chains and rings have been bought as presents for the travellers from across the frontier, a traditional Kashmiri feast has been planned and dozens of relatives have been invited.

The occasion is extra special as Begum's daughter's marriage -- to a government employee in Pakistani Kashmir -- was performed with only two brothers of the bride in attendance.

"The last time she was here, we had not even imagined that we would have to wait for 24 years to see her again," said Mohammad Amin, Hafiza's carpenter brother, smiling as he showed fading photographs of his sister's wedding.

"After the bus was announced she called and congratulated us saying she is going to be on the first bus. Inshallah (god willing), she will be here," he said.

Islamic guerrillas fighting Indian rule in Kashmir have threatened to sabotage the bus service and kill passengers saying it served New Delhi's aims to hold on to Kashmir.

But Amin was unruffled.

"Death is a certainty in life and we are not scared," he said. "This is the first step to foster friendship between the two sides and India and Pakistan should take more steps like this as people on both sides are involved."

Brother Bilal Ahmed had more immediate concerns about his sister's visit.

"She can't stay for more than a month and I am so afraid that we won't get enough time with her or show her around places here."

Tuesday, April 05, 2005


Google Inc. plans to put out a call for personal video clips as it moves to further expand the reach of its Web search business, company co-founder Larry Page said on Monday.

"We're going to start taking video submissions from people," Page said at the annual cable industry convention in San Francisco. Google in January rolled out the test version of its video search service that allows users to find content in television programs from such providers as Fox News, the NBA and PBS.

The service, called Google Video, allows users to see still images from the video clips and associated closed-captioning. Google has search relationships with numerous content and broadband providers and hopes to extend those into new areas. For example, cable company Comcast Corp. uses Google search on its site and also creates its own content.

Already Yahoo is working on Radio and MS working on TV programs. Mm, no need of watching TV also in future. I beleive Altavista done it in a long back..


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