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First Images From NASA’s “Thermometer in the Sky” Sizzle First images from the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder spectrometer and its two companion instruments–the Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit and the Humidity Sounder for Brazil–are exceeding the expectations of the world meteorological community. Read more from NASA Earth Observatory site…

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Boys, boys, boys – (From The Guardian website) Kate Watson-Smyth Monday August 5, 2002 The Guardian You might think that in the brave new world of interactive design the battle of the sexes has been won. New industry, new men, new network. You would be wrong. At this year’s ICA festival of digital art and…

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Accessing POP Email without an email client by Arnab Nandi authored on April 10 2002@18:30 hrs UTC Picture this situation: You use a POP email account provided by your ISP, and you’re expecting a very urgent mail that evening. And all of a sudden our mail client crashes!! Most ISPs don’t have browser based access…

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Mails. Years of mails I got my first e-mail account – thanks to hotmail – I think in 1996. Since then I have written/received thousands of mails. If you take the case of my fiance and I, e-mail is the only way to communicate, given we live in different towns. E-mail has been (and still…

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Sundays Suck Yea, especially if you’re living all by yourself. I haven’t had my breakfast, only black coffee… without sugar i have ran out of sugar.. time to get married i guess!…

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The doors – Part 2 Guess what? They are putting up proximity locks on all the doors. Earlier, you could open a door both ways (in and out) but now, since the locks are in place, you can do it one way (either push or pull). So if you try to open a door the…

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The doors I keep refering to door knobs whenever I speak of usability to my friends. I noticed something this morning. One of my colleagues pushed a door where he should have pulled it. The door didn’t open when he pushed, he immediately realised his mistake and pulled it. I did a study and observed…

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Star News Cricket Score Update – A smart way to attract the viewers’ attention I was watching the ‘Big Fight’ last night. A few intelectuals speaking for a billion people, telling what’s right and what not, what’s explicit and what’s ‘acceptable’ and so on… I am sure all but Bhat are repressed. And suddenly a…

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How many homepages should your site have? You think I am nuts isn’t it? Well, listen to this – Research says ‘80% of the people use search engines to find new information.’ If that is true, there is a great possibility that a good percentage of them would land up in your services/products page (and…

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Me today: Blow hot. Blow cold. Alternate between bubly enthusiastic to moody, sad and heavy like a wet sack of wheat flour. suffer from the good old bomber planes thundering across and through your head. Suffer from indecision and acidity. The sticky bad taste in your mouth keeps coming back like those stupid tasteless hindi…

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