UploadMirrors.com – upload files automatically to different

April 15th, 2009 b0ddu Posted in Internet, News, web2 1 Comment »

UploadMirrors.com is a new service that lets you upload your file to there server which will then be automatically uploaded to several free file hosts like RapidShare, MegaUpload, Easy Share, ZShare, DepositFiles, sendspace, Badongo, Netload, Megashare, Zippyshare, Flyupload and Uploaded.to. After the file is uploaded to our server, you will get the link to the download page which contains the all the download links

One of the features I liked most, if for some reason (due to inactivity) the uploaded file gets expired and deleted, then UploadMirrors.com will try to re-upload it and update the mirrors for you.  Try UploadMirrors.com

UploadMirrors.com Interface

Gold-Plated Buggati Veyron

April 6th, 2009 b0ddu Posted in News No Comments »

Gold plated Buggati Veyron

A Kuwaiti bought $1.75 million Bugatti Veyron and got it painted gold. It isn’t a showcase piece, it gets driven and spotted out in Kuwait by media, the public and even a few speeding cameras.

Google Ads will be more Interesting with Behavioral Targeting

March 17th, 2009 b0ddu Posted in News 1 Comment »

With the technology from DoubleClick’s acquisition, Google has launched “interest-based advertising,” which will display ads based on the user’s previous searches and page views stored. This will running in beta for sometime and will be open to all. This can be very useful for some users as they can see very relevant ads they want. See video for more info.

Google Privacy : Interest-based-advertising

If you are a user who shares concerns about privacy, follow below instructions to opt-out of this. 

  • You can regularly keep deleting your cookies after your browsing session.
  • You IE8 InPrivate mode, Google Chrome InCognito Mode or Firefox privacy mode to not save any cookies.
  • You can use Google’s Ad Preferences tool to take certain behaviors and interests out of its targeting.
  • You can also opt out of targeted ads altogether, although these preferences will be lost if you regularly delete your cookies.

Get a GrandCentral ( Google Voice ) Invite

March 12th, 2009 b0ddu Posted in Internet, News, VOIP, web2 18 Comments »

Google VoiceGoogle acquired GrandCentral, a phone management service in 2007 and there hasn’t  been any news at all. Finally, the wait is over as Google revamped GrandCentral and is relaunching as Google Voice. Google Voice is currently open only for GrandCentral users and will be open to all soon. Early registration gets you a telephone number of your choice.

Hurray and Request for a Google Voice ( GrandCentral) Invitation here https://services.google.com/fb/forms/googlevoiceinvite/

Alternatively, Google is giving out invites to a select few that leave a funny message on the Google voice invite hotline. Follow below steps.

  • Call this number 1 (408) 72-VOICE
  • Leave a funny message
  • Get an invite

Google number – One number for all your calls and SMS features

  • Call screening – Announce and screen callers
  • Listen in – Listen before taking a call
  • Block calls – Keep unwanted callers at bay
  • SMS – Send, receive, and store SMS
  • Place calls – Call US numbers for free
  • Taking calls – Answer on any of your phones
  • Phone routing – Phones ring based on who calls
  • Forwarding phones – Add phones and decide which ring

Google voicemail – Voicemail as easy as email, with transcripts

  • Voicemail transcripts – Read what your voicemail says
  • Listen to voicemail – Check online or from your phone
  • Notifications – Receive voicemails via email or SMS
  • Personalize greeting – Vary greetings by caller
  • Share voicemail – Forward or download voicemails

Voice features – More cool things you can do with Google Voice

  • Conference calling – Join people into a single call
  • Call record – Record calls and store them online
  • Call switch – Switch phones during a call
  • Mobile site – View your inbox from your mobile
  • GOOG-411 – Check directory assistance
  • Manage groups – Set preferences by group

( features direct from https://www.google.com/voice/about)

Microsoft Future Vision 2019 – Amazing and Innovative

March 5th, 2009 b0ddu Posted in News No Comments »

Microsoft’s Business Division president Stephen Elop at the Wharton Business Technology Conference presented a video which shows what Microsoft thinks the world may look like a decade from now, in 2019. Just see and enjoy.

<a href="http://video.msn.com/?mkt=en-GB&amp;playlist=videoByUuids:uuids:a517b260-bb6b-48b9-87ac-8e2743a28ec5&amp;showPlaylist=true&amp;from=shared" target="_new" title="Future Vision Montage">Video: Future Vision Montage</a>

( There’s a longer, five-minute version of the video on the blog istartedsomething.com )