Lake Shinji is a lake in the northeast area of the Shimane Prefecture in Japan. The lake is the seventh largest in Japan, with a circumference of 48 kilometres. It is enclosed by the Shimane Peninsula to the north, and the Izumo and Matsue plains to the west and east respectively.
Nio guardians are the protectors at the entrance to Buddhist Temples in Japan. With their bare-chested bodies rippling with muscles, fierce visages, and brandishing weapons they seem violent and threatening. In the pair, one usually has its mouth shut to ward off evil demons while the other with an open-mouth welcomes the good spirits inside the temple.
How I found my camera backpack along with a detailed review of the LowerPro Flipside Sport 20L AW and why it fits all the needs of an active adventure photographer
I got my BSNL EVDO 3G wireless USB eventually after 2 months of application time. The gadget itself(AC8700), from ZTE is pretty cool. They offered me an unlimited downloads package for Rs.750 a month with all India roaming(except Mumbai & Delhi). BSNL is the only telecom operator which is truly providing Unlimited Data Plans in […]
I installed RSS Graffiti on my Facebook apps today. It is an amazing Facebook application that takes the fuss out of keeping my Facebook friends and fans updated with the latest news from my blog. It periodically checks the RSS/Atom feeds that I specify and posts any new entries it finds to my Facebook Wall. […]
I am so excited with my new notebook that I just had to write something about it. The machine itself is a 14.1 inch widescreen, HP Pavilion dv4-2123tx model with scratch-proof outer cover and many niche stuffs to boast. It’s powered by Intel’s Core i3 processor with a neat 3GB DDR3 RAM. It is also […]
MoWeS stands for the three letter abbreviation Modular Webserver System and makes it possible, to run a webserver based on Apache, MySQL and PHP from an USB Stick or any other writable media (harddrive, flash cards etc.) without installation under Windows (98 to Vista). There are two different versions of MoWeS. The MoWeS Portable and […]
This is a simple tutorial on how to make any program to start up by default in Ubuntu: Start up the program you want to add in the startup. Open a terminal window and type the following command:xprop | grep WM_CLASSYou will notice that your cursor will change to a cross-hair. Now click on the […]
The first thing I discovered after my crossover from Windows was that I have to make the Ubuntu Terminal my friend. I have been running away from the DOS prompt since I first learnt Windows back in 2002. Since then I have always been assisted by UI replacements to do all the work I should […]