Monday, February 02, 2009

Billu Barber - Kareena Shahrukh

BMW 7 Series

What happens when you try to build a car using parts from several different other cars. 

Well a Nissan Maxima owner from Kuwait wanted to find out first hand so he started working. 

He replaced the front of his Nissan with the front end of a BMW 7 series, the bumper of a 

BMW M3, he replaced the front doors with sleek Lambo doors, he got the hood split in half 

and got the rear wing of a Toyota Supra. You can check out the result for yourself, some will love it,

others will hate it, there¢s no in-between.

The fattest 15-year-old in the world

Georgia Davis weighs 210 kg at just 15 years of age, which makes her the world’s fattest teenager.

Georgia began over-eating when she was five years old and her father had just died. She kept on stuffing her face and today she can’t take more than 2 steps without having to stop and catch her breath. She can’t sleep in a normal bed because, well she simply can’t get in or out of it and she recently got banned from the school cafeteria for the simple reason that she just ate too much.

“It’s like a drug. Some people choose heroin but I’ve chosen food and it’s killing me. Doctors have told me I could drop dead at any moment.” says Georgia Davis. To prevent this the 15-year-old will have to take a trip to the US and join a fat-camp and attempt to loose over 100 kg in six months.

Georgia’s daily diet includes 2 loafs of bread, an entire chocolate cake, 2 plates of chips, 7 sandwiches, a gallon of soda, lasagna and many more. Her calorie intake is 14,000 calories a day while a normal 15 year-old takes in 2000 calories.

The Skeleton Bar

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Internet Explorer 8 RC 1

Internet Explorer 8 RC 1 
Windows XP SP2/Vista 
No limitations. 
Publisher's description of Internet Explorer 8 
This beta preview version of Internet Explore r8 is intended for Web developers and other Web professionals. It is not intended to be a functional product for Web surfers. 

Internet Explorer 8 beta is intended to enable developers, web developers and IT pros to begin to test the new browser for compatibility with their applications and Web sites. End-user improvements include two new features: Activities and Web Slices. Activities are contextual services that allow easy access to Internet services from any Web page. WebSlices is a new feature for Web sites to connect to their users by subscribing to content directly within a Web page. WebSlices behave just like feeds where clients can subscribe to get updates and notify the user of changes. 

Beta 2 is the second public pre-release of Internet Explorer 8 and adds Accelerators--which let you complete your everyday browsing activities more quickly and discover new services; InPrivate Browsing, search suggestions, and other new features. 


 World's Largest Gold Bar

The Mitsubishi Materials Corporation of Japan poured the World's largest Gold bar.

The bar is 17.9 inches by 8.9 inches and 6.7 inches high.

All though it takes up the same amount of space as a large shoe box, 

you would not be able to lift it as It weighs 551.15 pounds. 

At the time it was poured it was worth $3.7 million.

 $10,000 Dollar Bill

Yes it is real. The Federal Reserve used it to transfer money to and from banks and was never issued to the public. They also produced a $500, $1,000, $5,000 and even a $100,000 dollar note, see below. They were last printed in 1945 and have since been discontinued.

 $100,000 Dollar Note

This is the 1934 $100,000 dollar note. It featured
Woodrow Wilson.

Dress Made With $100,000 Dollars

The dress was made to help promote a new gigantic lottery fund in the UK. 

The dress is made from Sterling Pound notes.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

World's first flying car readying for takeoff

While it may seem like something straight out of a sci-fi movie, the flying car might soon become a reality.

A Massachusetts company founded four years ago by MIT graduates is getting ready to take its flying car  -- or drivable aircraft -- on its first test flight either later this month or early in February. Richard Gersh, a vice president at Woburn, Mass.-based Terrafugia Inc., told Computerworldtoday that the company is preparing to take a prototype of the vehicle, dubbed The Transition, to an airport in upstate New York for its initial flight.

"We are very excited," said Gersh. "We are all very energized. To actually have it fly is a dream come true. I'm not sure it's up there with the Wright brothers but it's awfully close."
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Obama Asks Retired Air Force General to Run NASA

WASHINGTON - U.S. President-elect Barack Obama has asked retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Scott Gration, one of his top foreign policy and military advisers during his campaign, to take the helm of NASA, according to a source informed of the selection.

An announcement is expected as soon as Wednesday. he would be the first NASA administrator in history......more..

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sport presser

This is a example of Sport presser...........................

What is PDF?

PDF means Portable Document File.  The extension of the file will be pdf.   PDF allows for the creation of documents that look the same on Windows, Mac OS, Unix, and most other computer platforms.  You can open these documents with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program. 

 What are the benefits?

  • Easily Turn any Windows files into virus free portable PDFs
  • Preserves graphics, colors, fonts, & formatting regardless of the program the file was created with.
  • Universal distribution (All computer platforms can view PDFs, including Windows, Unix, Mac, & Linux)
  • Non-editable (receiver can't make changes to PDFs)
  • Small file size (PDF compresses the document usually at least by half)
  • Receiver(s) can easily view, navigate, and print PDFs
  • PDF’s can be made into forms where visitors can type in information to fields and have that information (along with the document) print out.  Great for registration forms!
  • PDF files (depending upon the program used to created the PDF) can have java scripts incorporated like ‘mail to’ or ‘print’
  • Higher end PDF creating programs usually have compression options for really shrinking down the file size of the document (Options like: low resolution graphics or no graphics; or using “screen” or “print” resolution; or grayscale or full color documents; etc…)

 How simple is it to use?

First you install a "PDF" printer on your system.  This is just installing one of the programs listed below which then creates (automatically) another printer on your system. Then open a file, such as a Web page, document, spreadsheet, graphic, or whatever, and select the print option as you normally would, and choose the "PDF" printer (could be Adobe PDF for example). Lastly, the program opens, and asks you to name the file, and where you want to save your PDF. Hit "OK" and VWHALAA the program will create a full color non-editable PDF file! You don't have to worry about fonts, formatting, or colors because it preserves the file regardless of the program you printed from.