YouTube Employees = Highly Trained Monkeys ?!?

This morning I wanted to edit my YouTube account and there was an error on the page. I usually don’t pay much attention to these warnings. There was some problem with YouTube’s website and my plan was to check back later. Anyhow, this time I read the message, as the composition looked kind of weird. This is what the error message said and I couldn’t stop laughing :) [Read more…]

DebateScience.com – New, finally well organized SCIENCE FORUM!

You maybe ask, why would someone bother to create a new Science Forum?
Well, answer is simple: There is lot of scientists around the globe using their knowledge, observations and experimentation in some specific field of science every single day… And I also know, that many of them not only wouldn’t mind to share their knowledge and opinions with other scientists, but also with the general public. From hundreds of emails I have received within last couple of months (while administering another popular Science Forum), I can see the main problem: [Read more…]

Wars in the 20th Century – Conflict Map

Almost everyone knows, that in the course of the 20th century, mankind experienced more than just two devastating wars. There were many of them. Have you ever asked, where did all these wars take place, or if some regions experienced more wars than others? Who were the main protagonists in these conflicts? This map gives you the opportunity to answer these questions. It displays over 200 wars between 1899-2001, with at least 1,000 military battle deaths. Anyhow, after I spent almost 2 hours browsing this Conflict Map, I decided to share more details and link with you… [Read more…]

1hdd.com, Buxr.com and Byig.com for SALE!

Around June 2005 33% of the 456956 4 letter domains were available. In December this was down to 24%. Spring 2006 – there is only around 19% remaining, most of them are nonsense like domains combinations of QWZ letters. Estimates are that the number of available 4 letter domains is dropping by around 7000 a month and all of them be gone sooner then predicted. If you are interested in getting perfect 4 letter domain, then it is just about the time to do so… [Read more…]

10 Really Amazing Pictures of Trees

Flickr is almost certainly one of the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. And this is where I found these shots. Each photo includes the link to it’s original post, to make it easier for you to find it and also respond to authors of these amazing pictures. So, here is 10 pictures which really impressed me and thus I wanted to share them with all of you… [Read more…]

Google.com Main Page = PageRank 0 ?!?

As most of you know, Google’s PageRank is a measure of the importance of the page. It’s a family of algorithms for assigning numerical weightings to hyperlinked documents (or web pages) indexed by a search engine. Its properties are much discussed by search engine optimization (SEO) experts. The PageRank system is used by Google to help determine a page’s relevance or importance. It was developed by Google’s founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin while at Stanford University in 1998. [Read more…]

Amazing photoshop work – all done with a mouse!

photoshop-to-picture-final.pngThis is article is a picture-only excerpt from the website of Daniel Hammond and his amazing photoshop tutorial. I found this some of the best photoshop work i’ve ever seen. If I saw the final piture first, it would be almost impossible to tell the true source of the work. That great of a photoshop work it is. Just look at the pictures and see for yourself, first check out the final image and I will bet you’ll say “No Way”. But as you will see, it is possible, with only mouse and Photoshop. [Read more…]

Argo Soft Design released an Online Email Validation Service

Argosoft Email Validation ServiceDo you need to quickly verify an email address? This service is exactly what we were waiting for. Friend of mine at ArGo Soft Design (www.argosoft.com) just released an Online Email Validation Service. Those of you who are familiar with ArgoSoft Mail Server Pro have been using this technology for years, but as of now, this service is available from ArgoSoft website and it’ll be very helpul to everyone who needs to quickly validate an email address. [Read more…]

What happens when the meteorite collides with the Earth?

What happens when the meteorite collides with the earth? We presumed that the collision happened with the earth in order for lucid distance and location. The diameter of the meteorite is slightly bigger than the breadth of Honshu Japan. The collision point is located at the 3,000km south from Japan in the ocean. The velocity of the meteorite is 70,000km/h. [Read more…]

Chaos in Toronto – Subway stations shut, buses and streetcars parked in garages!

This morning hundreds of thousand of Torontonians were stuck on subway and bus stations. Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) confirmed that 700,000 people couldn’t get to work following “an illegal job action” by transit workers. They also mentioned that on one particular line where normally there would be 1,300 buses, only seven buses were operating before 8 a.m. The Ontario Labour Board has quickly issued a ‘cease and desist’ order to all subway… [Read more…]

Digital collage in couple of examples.

Picture20.jpgDigital collage is the technique of using computer tools in collage creation to encourage chance associations of disparate visual elements and the subsequent transformation of the visual results through the use of electronic media. History of technique of collage started with cubist painter, Pablo Picasso, who invented the collage technique in 1912 with his Still Life with Chair Caning (Nature-morte à la chaise cannée)[1], in which he pasted a patch of oilcloth with a chair-caning design to the canvass of the piece… [Read more…]

Video of inverted flight under bridge!

jurgis-kairys.jpgJurgis Kairys (born May 6, 1952 in Krasnojarsk, Siberia) is a Lithuanian aerobatic pilot and aeronautical engineer. He has won many awards for his flying and has invented several maneuvers, including the “Kairys Wheel.” He helped develop the Sukhoi Su-26, -29, and -31 aerobatic aircraft, and also has manufactured his own aerobatic aircraft, called the “Juka.” [Read more…]