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  • Sunil Pratap Singh 6:13 pm on July 16, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Where to Find the Luxury Hotels in Maldives 


    Transmaldivian

    Are your vacations for the year already flushed out? If not, you sure are under immense burden of not required stress and undue pressure which can actually not enhance but indeed reduce your productivity and creativity in the work. Vacations are generally thought to be a luxury, but it actually is a very necessary element of life. Be it a student, a housewife or a full time career oriented person, vacations are mandatory for all. When we talk about short term and stress relieving vacations, places near the sea top the list of people looking for utter relaxation and what place better than Maldives when we look for beautiful islands and the beauty of nature. If you ask anyone, the most important part of your dream vacation to Maldives luxury hotels. You need a beautiful resort to relax yourself and enjoy the much needed and deserved pampering. Now here…

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  • Sunil Pratap Singh 6:38 pm on June 4, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    21 Roads You Have to Drive in Your Lifetime 


    Roads to try before ending your life journey …

    TwistedSifter

    There’s nothing like a road trip to really experience a country. From coastal highways and dizzying mountain passes, to scenic routes through national parks and bridges over great spans of water; roads are the circulatory system that connects a country. After an extensive search online, the Sifter has compiled a list of some of the most beautiful, challenging and unforgettable roads in the world.

    While hardly exhaustive, this list should provide great inspiration and bucket list fodder for those planning an upcoming trip. Please feel free to share any additional roads in the comments and perhaps a pt II will be compiled 🙂

    1. Highway 1, Big Sur, California

    bixby-bridge-highway-1-big-sur-california

    State Route 1 (SR 1) is a major north-south state highway that runs along most of the Pacific coastline of the U.S. state of California. The highway is famous for…

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  • Sunil Pratap Singh 11:30 am on May 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Searching 20 GB/sec: Systems Engineering Before Algorithms 


    Searching 20 Gega Byte /Sec 😛

     
  • Sunil Pratap Singh 11:15 am on May 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    4 Reasons You Need A Professional Content Writer | ADL | by Jay Jasinski 


    why content writer ….

    A Different Language - Jay Jasinski

    Get Serious: Why You Need a Professional Content Writer (SMO)

    “Excuse me, Judy, but who’s running our twitter?”– Bill the Owner.

    “Sarah is, Bill. ‘Social media competency’ was listed on her resume.”– Judy the Manager.

    “Every resume said that. Why did we pick her?”– Bill the Owner.

    “She had the most twitter followers.” Judy the Manager.

    Does this conversation sound like a company that takes its marketing and brand management seriously? Let’s face the facts, everyone has a twitter, FB, IG, etc. these days, but that doesn’t make them competent enough to manage your SM presence. It’s an art; a skill; social media management is a craft. You wouldn’t hire someone to manage your accounting just because he or she does their own taxes, so why are you hiring an amateur to run your internet presence?

    social-media-marketingThis picture is about as far as most college textbooks…

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  • Sunil Pratap Singh 11:07 pm on May 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Indian e-retailers are so scared of Amazon that they’re all joining forces 


    Indian E commerce Jungle

     
  • Sunil Pratap Singh 5:47 am on May 1, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    DuckDuckGo Founder Gabriel Weinberg Talks About Creating a More Private Search Engine 


    Tech

    DuckDuckGo’s commitment to user privacy was more or less an afterthought. If you aren’t familiar with the site, it’s a search engine with a decidedly spare aesthetic that doesn’t log IP addresses or record your search history.

    Those are both radical moves in an industry where collecting personal information is big business. Gabriel Weinberg, however, started the search engine mostly as a way to focus his creative energy after selling another website he started, NamesDatabase, in 2006.

    (MORE: When Targeted Ads Attack: Engagement Rings, Teen Pregnancy and 55 Gallons of Lube)

    “What happened was that I soft-launched the search engine to the community I was in, which was the Hacker News and Reddit community, and almost immediately I got questions around search privacy,” says Weinberg, who started DuckDuckGo in 2008.

    “Quite honestly, I had never really thought about this topic at all. People started asking basic questions like ‘How long are you keeping…

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  • Sunil Pratap Singh 3:44 am on March 23, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Fitbit Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over The Force Fitness Tracker 


    TechCrunch

    Fitbit now faces a class-action lawsuit over rashes caused by the Fitbit Force. The company previously issued public statements and recalled the product after 1.7% of Force users had reported an irritation. But that’s apparently not good enough for one Force owner who, according to the WSJ, had not experienced any adverse side-effects from wearing his Force.

    Jim Spivey, a 49-year-old aviation teacher, feels Fitbit did not do enough to alert consumers about the potential for injury. “I have a concern that there is still a risk of developing an injury for me and others,” he says.

    He has not developed any skin irritations.

    The class-action lawsuit is seeking Fitbit to contact every Force owner in California and arrange to refund the $130 cost of the Force along with tax and shipping fees. John Fiske, head of the mass torts practice at the Gomez Firm in San Diego, filed…

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  • Sunil Pratap Singh 8:10 pm on March 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Record-breaking DDoS attack struck on Monday, according to reports 


    Gigaom

    Somebody out there was getting hit hard by a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on Monday, according to multiple reports. And it looks like this one was even harsher than last year’s Spamhaus incident, at the time the biggest known DDoS attack in the history of the internet.

    According to Matthew Prince, CEO of anti-DDoS protection outfit CloudFlare:

    Prince went on to say the attack was running at over 400Gbps (Spamhaus was around 300Gbps), though confidentiality stopped him from identifying which client was getting hammered. He said the effects were being felt particularly in Europe, with the attack mostly mitigated but still “big enough it caused problems even off our network, which is super annoying.”

    French hosting outfit OVH also reported fending…

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  • Sunil Pratap Singh 9:52 am on February 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Rudimentary GooglePlus API 


    Rudimentary GooglePlus API

    point7 - Emlyn's Blog


     It’s Sunday, I’m at a loose end. Idle hands do the devil’s work, and today that work is to pick at the Google+ Profile page, and make a read-only API out of it.

    There’s some nice JSON in there. And when I say nice, I mean undocumented and weird. But there’s good data in there. So, I’ve written some rudimentary code to pull it out and return it to you. What’s the format? That’s for me not to know, and for you to find out.

    So, you need a profile id, and you’re good to go. The api is here: http://my.syyn.cc/gpapi. But how do you use it?

    If I want to use it, I start with my profile, which is here: https://plus.google.com/100281903174934656260/posts. That gives me profile id, which is 100281903174934656260. I slap that into the api using this url: http://my.syyn.cc/gpapi?id=100281903174934656260 . Give it a click, have a look. Machine…

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  • Sunil Pratap Singh 5:28 am on February 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Chachii.com – Lessons Learnt Part 3 


    Sporadic Musings

    Part 3 of 3- Takeaways

    Advice for myself, if I ever decide to try building a company again.

    Things I learnt about building a company

    • Money, money, money: Keep your eye on the bottom line at all times. That is your most important measure of success – how much money are you bringing in and is it increasing over time? If it isn’t, what are you doing wrong?

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