Tuesday, May 31, 2011

How to use a Single Gtalk for Multiple Chat Ids

Now its too ease to use Single Gtalk for Multiple ids at the same time.

You can access single Gtalk for Multiple id's with just one Formula

Here is the Formula [ "C:\Program Files\Google\Google Talk\googletalk.exe" /nomutex  ]

Just Paste This forumla into the Run option...
& thats over.
For every new Gtalk you have to paste this Formula in the Run.


(Special Thanx to Imad )










Sunday, May 29, 2011

Internet creates 2.4 jobs for every job it destroys: McKinsey

New Delhi, May 26 (PTI) The Internet, which has transformed the way we live, work, shop, socialise and now, is also emerging as a powerful catalyst for job creation, says a survey by global management consultancy McKinsey.

According to a report by McKinsey Global Institute, the Net has a sweeping impact on growth, prosperity and has "created 2.4 jobs for every job that it has destroyed".

"The Internet is a contributer to net job creation," McKinsey Global Institute said in its report, titled, ''Internet matters: The Net''s Sweeping Impact on Growth, Jobs and Prosperity''.

"While jobs have been destroyed by the emergence of Internet, many more have been created during the same period, including jobs directly linked to the Internet, such as software engineers and online marketers as well as more traditional jobs -- logistics to deliver online purchases," it added.

McKinsey further noted that notwithstanding the fact that some jobs have been destroyed by the emergence of the Internet, a detailed analysis of the French economy showed that while the Internet has destroyed 500,000 jobs over the past 15 years, it has created 1.2 million other jobs.

"A net addition of 700,000 jobs, or 2.4 jobs created for every job destroyed...," it said.
This result was also reflected in another McKinsey survey of more than 4,800 SMEs, which showed that 2.6 jobs were created for every one destroyed, confirming the Internet''s capacity to create jobs across all sectors.

McKinsey examined the impact of the Internet on 13 countries -- the members of the G8, Brazil, China, India, South Korea and Sweden.

In the 13 countries that the survey covered, the Internet contributed an average 3.4 per cent to the GDP, more than agriculture, energy and other better established industries.

Meanwhile, the United Nations, in its millennium development goals, lists Internet penetration as a key metric in efforts to reduce poverty and encourage rational development .(in.finance.yahoo.com)

Around two billion people are now connected to the Internet and the number is growing by 200 million each year.

India and China are strengthening their position in the global Internet ecosystem rapidly and are showing growth rates of more than 20 per cent in terms of new connections.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Google Testing Voice Search On Google.com

The same user who spotted the supersized Google sitelinks is now saying he is seeing a new feature being tested by Google for voice search on Google.com.
The feature seems to detect if you have a microphone enabled on your computer and if your browser support it. If it does, it adds a "Speak Now" widget to the search bar so you can use Google's voice search feature instead of your keyboard.
He posted a screen shot of the "Speak Now" feature on WebmasterWorld. It looks like this:
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The user promises to not be using the Google Chrome extension Voice Search which seems to be doing the same thing. Do I trust him? I think so. He said, "Not using any extensions this just popped up tonight. From what I understand this was only available with mobile devices in the past."
Another user on Twitter said he spotted this as well. @NatoriousFAT said: "I just discovered the microphone button on Google. I'm never typing a search again."
Anyway, it would not surprise me to see this in action on Google as a test.
More discussion at seroundtable.com

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Gift for all Google Haters



If you hate Google Then must watch this : http://www.flashpic.org/demo/free/code/google-gravity/

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Welcome To New look of Twitter

Hey Twitters ....
Catch the new Look of Twitter .  


Now Twitter Is showing the icon of the Link you made....
Like if you are going to update any Blogger Blog on twitter  , Then the post will look like the  Highlighted part of the image...



Monday, May 23, 2011

What are Cookies? and how to enable cookies in your Browser

Cookies are short pieces of data that are sent to your computer when you visit a website. On later visits, this data is then returned to that website. Cookies allow us to recognize you automatically whenever you visit our site so that we can personalize your experience and provide you with better service. We also use cookies (and similar browser data, such as Flash cookies) for fraud prevention and other purposes. If your web browser is set to refuse cookies from our website, you will not be able to complete a purchase or take advantage of certain features of our website, such as storing items in your Shopping Cart or receiving personalized recommendations. As a result, we strongly encourage you to configure your web browser to accept cookies from our website.

Enabling Cookies

  • Internet Explorer 7.x
  • Internet Explorer 6.x
  • Mozilla/Firefox
  • Opera 7.x

Internet Explorer 7.x

  1. Start Internet Explorer
  2. Under the Tools menu, click Internet Options

  3. Click the Privacy tab

  4. Click the Advanced button

  5. Put a check mark in the box for Override Automatic Cookie Handling, put another check mark in the Always accept session cookies box

  6. Click OK

  7. Click OK

  8. Restart Internet Explore

Internet Explorer 6.x

  1. Select Internet Options from the Tools menu

  2. Click on the Privacy tab
  3. Click the Default button (or manually slide the bar down to Medium) under Settings. Click OK

Mozilla/Firefox

  1. Click on the Tools-menu in Mozilla
  2. Click on the Options... item in the menu - a new window open
  3. Click on the Privacy selection in the left part of the window. (See image below)

  4. Expand the Cookies section
  5. Check the Enable cookies and Accept cookies normally checkboxes
  6. Save changes by clicking Ok.
Opera 7.x
  1. Click on the Tools menu in Opera
  2. Click on the Preferences... item in the menu - a new window open
  3. Click on the Privacy selection near the bottom left of the window. (See image below)

  4. The Enable cookies checkbox must be checked, and Accept all cookies should be selected in the "Normal cookies" drop-down
  5. Save changes by clicking Ok