Cute Puppies

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

They are really cute. Hope they were my pets.


Quote for the Day

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

"I was thinking one day and I realized that if I just had
somebody behind me all the way to motivate me I could make a
big difference. Nobody came along like that so I just became
that person for myself."

-- Unknown


Words Are Not Enough by Steps

Thursday, September 24, 2009

I think I heard about a thousand times or more
Don't you bother wasting time
You're telling me you're so much better than before
But I find it hard believing
Until you prove me wrong

If you really want my love
If I'm all you're dreaming of
You may find it tough
'Cause words are not enough

I wouldn't ever make the same mistake again
Don't wanna be nobody's fool
I wouldn't play the loosing game
Where you can't win
There is nothing that I'm missing
So you better prove me wrong


You know it ain't easy
To find a new way
After everything that we've been through
So come on and please me
And show that I'm wrong
Let me see you bring the best out of you

[Chorus] (4x)


Stuck on You by Amara (Acoustic)

Monday, September 21, 2009

Stuck On You - Amara

Stuck on you
Ive got this feeling down
Deep in my soul
That I just cant lose
Guess, Im on my way
Needed a friend
And the way I feel now I guess
Ill be with you till the end
Guess Im on my way
Mighty glad you stayed

Im stuck on you
Been a fool too long I guess
Its time for me to come on home
Guess Im on my way
So hard to see
That a woman like you could wait
Around for a man like me
Guess Im on my way
Mighty glad you stayed
Oh, Im leaving on that midnight train
And I know just where Im going
Ive packed up my troubles
And Ive thrown them all away
Because this time little darlin
Im coming home to stay

Im stuck on you
Ive got this feeling down
Deep in my soul
That I just cant lose
Guess, Im on my way
Needed a friend
And the way I feel now I guess
Ill be with you till the end
Guess Im on my way
Im mighty glad you stayed


Inspirational Quote Monday

Sunday, September 20, 2009

"I believe that man will not merely endure; he will prevail.
He is immortal, not because he alone among the creatures has
an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit
capable of kindness and compassion."

-- William Falconer


Home for the Heart

Friday, September 18, 2009

I never know how love can affect my entire life. At my age of 25, I am still looking forward to a happy life in the near future with the one I really love.

When the heart is lonely, it is not at home
It longs to dwell in a place where it can rest securely.
It wishes to be where it is
cared for,
dignified, and
encouraged to excel.

It is interesting to observe what men do in order to find
a home for their hearts
Some tried to make wisdom as a dormitory for their hearts.
They strive for degree after degree. Yet the heart remains dull.

Many attempted to place their hearts in mansions of gold.
They filled its pockets with mammon and silver. Still the heart is heavy.

Others sought pleasure as a den for their lonely hearts.
They filled their hearts with mirth. They entertained it with songs, food, and wine.
But the heart refuses to smile.

My heart knows the way to its home. It will never rest till it reaches
the doorsteps of Your heart, for my heart belongs to Your heart.
There Your sweet, soft voice will be my music;
Your love will fill my heart with delight;
Your caring words are wisdom to me;
and You, my treasure.

Kaduna Nigeria


Your Kind of Friendship

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

It takes more than caring
To be a real friend;
The nature of friendship;
Requires a blend
Of warmest compassion
And love deep and true
To reach and to comfort
The way that you do.
Because I can see
That your kind of friendship
Is priceless to me.


Words of Wisdom

Monday, September 14, 2009

A human being is part of the whole called
by us universe, a part limited in time and
space. We experience ourselves, our
thoughts and feelings as something
separate from the rest. A kind of optical
delusion of consciousness. This delusion
is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to
our personal desires and to affection for
a few persons nearest to us. Our task must
be to free ourselves from the prison by
widening our circle of compassion to
embrace all living creatures and the
whole of nature in its beauty. ... We
shall require a substantially new manner
of thinking if mankind is to survive.

~Albert Einstein



Saturday, September 12, 2009

Reminds me of Ice Age Squirrel?? lol..


20 Twitter Applications You Need to Know About

Thursday, September 10, 2009

With more than 50 million users visiting Twitter in July, the microblogging service has become quite the destination for short updates about what we're doing in the moment. In addition to being a hot destination, Twitter has fostered a whole new ecosystem of real-time communication. Countless applications are popping up to take advantage of the Twitter API to help make their Web services viral. Many of these services enhance the Twitter experience.
TweetMeme is a service that aggregates all the popular links on Twitter to determine which links are popular. TweetMeme also makes the retweet button, which is for content publishers who want to invite their audience to tweet their content on Twitter. The button shows a live count of the number of times your Web page or blog post has been tweeted.
Hailing from nobosh labs, TweetMeNews tweets users' personalized news based on their interests. Nobosh Labs' reason for creating TweetMeNews captures the Twitter zeitgeist in a nutshell: "Nobosh has been developing a news personalization engine for over a year. As time went on Twitter exploded! Since that explosion the world has seen a convergence of information on Twitter, reducing the need to visit other sites."
A super popular application, TweetDeck is a real-time Web browser that connects users to their contacts across Twitter, Facebook and other social sites. TweetDeck also boasts a version of its social application for the iPhone that geeks are giddy over.
TweetVite is pretty much what you'd think it would be from the name: Use it to create invitations for events you're hosting or to find local Tweetups.
Again, as you'd guess from the name, TwitVid lets users upload and tweet videos on Twitter.
Another app for sharing video on Twitter, Vidly recently changed its name from
Another of many, many tweet stream aggregators, Twitoaster threads and archives Twitter conversations, adding context and statistics, such as how many replies a Twitter user has received by the hour and on a weekly basis.
Tweet From Above/Tweet From Below
Tweet From Above and Tweet From Below let users send heavenly and hellish tweets anonymously.
You get one guess as to what TwitPic lets you do. You would not be wrong if you said it lets you share photos in tweets.
Twitbin is a Firefox extension that allows you to keep up with all of your Twitter conversations right from your browser sidebar.
Twitterholic scans the Twitter public timeline for new twits to tweet and calculates individual statistics for each Twitter user.
Owned by Seesmic, Twhirl is a desktop client based on the Adobe AIR platform that lets users ... well, this slide tells it all.
Another Twitter tool whose name spoils any nomenclature mystery, Twtpoll is a feedback tool that lets users create and distribute polls/surveys on Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed or any other social media site.
Retweetist tracks retweets, or messages tweeted on Twitter that repeat information previously tweeted by another user.
Tweepler lets users separate the wheat from the chaff, helping users decide if they want to follow new followers or not.
TweetScan sends users e-mail when their keywords are mentioned on Twitter.
For those who can't get enough of following the data flow on the links they share on Twitter, here's Tweetburner.
This is so cool: See who is posting what from where in real time with Twittervision, as a sort of mashup of Twitter and Google Maps.
Twibs helps users find businesses on Twitter. Great promotional tool.
Finding Twitter apps can be a royal pain, particularly because so many are built by some programming shops, or even just lone wolf programmers. Twitdom is a Twitter apps database that provides a "consolidated view of all the applications developed for the Twitter ecosystem."

from: eWeek


10 Most Coveted Technologies

Friday, September 4, 2009

Solution providers will join two to three vendor partner programs this year mostly to gain access to new technologies and products according to Channel Insider/Mototrola Partnership Study. Here are the 10 technologies most desired by solution providers.

10. Point of Sale
Point of sale solutions and inventory management systems are in hign demand among retailers who are retooling to increase operational efficiencies and save money. POS provides an interesting opportunity for solution providers with hooks in the retail market.

9. Wireless Devices
Mobility remains the name of the game in the evolving workplace. Devices that enable workers to seamlessly roam and remain connected are highly desired by enterprises.

8. VOip/Voice Networking
Telephony costs continue to hang on businesses of all sizes, particularly those with remote and mobile wokforces. The need for better and more integrated voice networking services continues to grow, making an attractive opportunity for solution providers.

7. Virtualization
Many technology conversations nowadays begin and end with "virtualization". The technology that optimizes and extends the usefulness of data center technology is hot and shows no signs of slowing down.

6. Enterprise Mobility
Handheld scanners, mobile printers, hardened computing devices are in big demand by government agencies particularly emergency first responders and companies such as shipping and transportation. The opportunities are rich, but dampened by the need for vertical expertise.

5. Blade Servers
Blade servers are the new backbone of the data center, giving users the ability to scale and maintain infrastructure. Big server vendors are quickly developing new, virtualization-friendly blades. The replacement opportunity for conventional services means solid sales potential.

4. Digital Signage
Digital signage may not seem like the sexiest technology, but it's a big opportunity. Businesses from retail stores to airports to restaurants are replacing print signs with digital displays. Digital signage is under-distributed giving it a lot of room for growth.

3. Managed Services
Managed services is one of the fastest growing and most lucrative segments of the channel. Increasing competition especially by large vendors such as Dell and high expense of starting a MSP does make entry challenging.

2. Smart Phones
Smart phones such as Apple's iPhone, Blackberry Curve and the forthcoming Palm Pre are putting more mobile applications in the hands of users. Businesses are looking for greater support and that's opening vast opportunities for solution providers.

1. Software as a Service
Analysis say the SaaS and hosted application market will top $66 billion by 2012. Solution providers are finding rich opportunities, but the business model isn't always easy to adopt and implement.



Regular Health Mistakes

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

All of us make little health mistakes that cause damage to our bodies in the long run - simply because we are unaware we are doing something wrong. Here are some of the most common mistakes made by many of us.

Crossing our legs
Do you cross your legs at your knees when sitting? Although we may believe that this is the lady-like elegant way to sit, sitting this way cuts down circulation to your legs. If you don't want varicose veins to mar the beauty of your legs and compromise your health, uncross your legs every time you realise you have one knee on top of the other. The best way to sit is to simply place both legs together on the floor, balancing your weight equally. If you feel like changing position, instead of crossing your legs, simply move both legs together to one side. As an alternative, you could also consider crossing your legs loosely at the ankles. This is a classically elegant way to sit, and is far better for your legs and your health than sitting with your legs crossed at your knees.

Not changing our toothbrush
How often do you change your toothbrush? Most of us wait until most of the bristles have either fallen off, or are in such bad shape that we'd be embarrassed to pull out our brush in public. However, since not many of us need to pull out our brush in public, we carry on with our frayed one until we lose it. Replace your toothbrush often. Damaged bristles can harm the enamel, and don't massage your gums well. If you find brushing your teeth a pain like I do, but know you must do it, you might as well be doing it right. Imagine going through the annoyance of brushing your teeth twice a day only to find out that you're damaging your enamel every time you clean your teeth. Also, use a brush with soft bristles unless your dentist has advised otherwise.

Eating out often
There are oils that are high in cholesterol, and oils that cause little harm and are better for your heart. However, no matter how light
the oil is, it is never a good idea to eat too much of it. Avoid fried foods.Remember that in all probability your favorite Indian food
restaurant throws a huge, HUGE chunk of butter in a tiny bowl of dal. Rita, who worked in the kitchen of a 5 star hotel, was shocked when she saw the cook chop a 500gm butter slab in half, and throw half into a Paneer Makhani dish. No wonder the customers left licking their fingers. And no wonder they felt so stuffed and heavy afterwards. Limit outdoor eating unless you know that you're getting served light and healthy food.

Skipping breakfast
Never, ever skip breakfast. Remember, when you wake up in the morning it's been around 10-12 hours since your last meal. Your body needs food now, more than at any other time. Eat a heavy breakfast. You will then be busy through the day, and the calories will get expended quickly. If you are trying to diet, eat a light dinner. Here are some more common health mistakes we make. Being informed and making a few changes can help make us feel a whole lot better.

High heels
High heels sure look great, but they're murder for your back. This however doesn't mean you should steer clear of stilettos. Wear them, but not when you know you will be walking around a lot. Wear them when going out for lunch or dinner - when the only walking you will be doing is to your car, to the table, and back. Avoid high heels when you are going somewhere on foot. If you are constantly tempted to wear your heels, take a good look at your flats. Is there something about them you dislike? Invest in a new pair of beautiful flats or shoes with a low heel. Buy something you love, that you will enjoy wearing. If possible, get a matching bag. You will then enjoy your flats as much as you do your heels.

Sleeping on a soft bed
You don't have to sleep on the floor be kind to your back, but do make sure you have a firm mattress. Although a mattress on springs is soft and lovely to sink into, it's bad for your back. If you already have an old bed with springs, you don't need to invest in a new one - simply get a thick wooden plank put over the springs, and place the mattress on the plank. Similarly, if your mattress is old and lumpy, throw it out and get a new one. Your neck and your back will thank you. The same rule applies to sofas. If you will be spending hours on a sofa, get a firm yet comfortable one. Sofas you completely sink into are not the best idea.

No matter how comfortable sleeping with ten cushions is, have pity on your neck and resist. Sleep with one pillow, and make sure it is not too thick. If your pillow gets lumpy, discard it and go for a new one. Get a thin pillow if you sleep on your stomach, and something a little thicker if you sleep on your back, to give your neck adequate support.

Not exercising
So all of us know we should exercise more, but many of us don't. This is a health mistake we consciously make! And why is that? Simply because we refuse to admit the damage we are causing to our bodies by not working out. A number of people only start working out once they've experienced a warning signal. Don't wait for a heart attack to strike before you decide to opt for a lifestyle change. Make the change now. You don't need to train for the marathon to be in top shape. Half an hour of brisk walking three to four times a week will make a world of difference to your health. You could then increase this to forty minutes, four times a week - and you're all set. If you haven't exercised for a week, you're making a mistake.


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