Monthly Archives: September 2004

Free Music Downloads thanks to NetJuke

Thanks to Mr.Man, I have been spending the last half hour downloading some classical music. Search for “netjuke @” index.php and browse the sites. Download if you please and if the sites allow you to. NetJuke is interesting, to say … Continue reading

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The Paternal Palace

I found an interesting and detailed post at Living in India about the Padmanabhapuram palace. My life is linked to this palace more than any other. Padmanabhapuram was the capital of the erstwhile princely state of Travancore (or Thiruvithamcode, which … Continue reading

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Free .info domain name

If you wanted to get a domain name, and yet couldn’t be made to pay for it, get a .info domain name for free at domainsite. (Thanks)

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Driving on a rainy day

I am back in Orlando after spending a few days in Atlanta with my cousin and his family. It was strange, to be without a computer on my lap all the time, with family and I was amazed at how … Continue reading

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Frances is on the way

Hurricane Frances might hit Orlando at a mean 140 miles per hour, on Sunday. So I may not be online, or doing anything else at all, related to computers, over the next few days. Now I need to get ready … Continue reading

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I know better than to mess with politics I don’t yet entirely understand, but this one cracked me up. I would have loved it even more if I were French, perhaps, to see that on my shirt’s tag. From the … Continue reading

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Paranoia, Science and a Victim.

Dr. Thomas Butler was a medical researcher working on finding a cure for Plague, who is famous for pioneering oral rehydration therapy for diarrhoea in the ’70s. One day in January 2003, his life changed drastically as a result of … Continue reading

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