Saturday, June 01, 2013

1st june

Again early get up;  Heavy insecurity due to leg pains  but after some  time it was ok ;this time took Sakshi extra found it to be useful one; scanned all ads and made a note Krishna called; suffered with leg pains gta helped to carry bag at bank met Gopala krishna;

Dr followup did later it was picked by team mate;

later managed to get water on apressure this time new boy came ;

Long wait at bearings;thanks to my web site;
Ok cheque from rajesh Bhai got; ; Ajay joined for field work did   at market  did very interesting calls 2 books got from the field;; 2 cheques cleared by night;

Field calls; stay fit magazyne got coloful one;

Sat days seems to a dull day for registrations due to bank bund;
One pearl shop was very interesting;
***akka also called this time she told stunning news; books gave 4 binding;NRN settled amounts; had long chat with ajay at chikkadpally;

Back home cats menace continued;Shouted at opp lady as she tried to poke through;

gave gta limca; thank god Rx were post poned;

Gta helped me in carry bag to bank;
micro art from ajay known; seen;

history of internet

History and the evolution of the internet. 

The vast, global internet of today had rather humble origins when it initiated. In 1969, the Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) developed an experimental network called ARPAnet to link together four supercomputing centres for military research. This network had the many and difficult design requirements that it had to be fast, reliable, and capable of withstanding a nuclear bomb destroying any one computer center on the network. From those original four computers, this network evolved into the sprawling network of millions of computers we know today as the internet. 

The internet itself is really a massive "network of networks." There is no central "Internet, Inc," to which you can connect. Essentially, it is a collection of Internet service providers (ISPs) who each operate their own networks, with their own clients, and agree to interconnect with each other and exchange packets. Many of the large ISPs sell connections to their network to smaller ISPs, some of whom again sell connections to other ISPs. 

Ultimately, these ISPs at all levels sell connections to individuals and corporations, who then merge their networks (or individual computers) into this larger network called the internet. 

While there is no exact governance of the Internet, communication standards and coordination of ISP actions are overseen by a nonprofit organization called the Internet Society. 

An affiliated organization, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) coordinates the work of numerous committees that define Internet communication standards and research methods of explaining and improving Internet communication. The actual communication standards are referred to as RFCs (Requests for Comments) and are voluntarily adhered to by all ISPs. 

Internet uses can be simply categorized as publishing and getting information on various subjects like marketing, management, science, new technologies, training materials, jobs, higher education, mathematics, music, games, software, etc. and E-Commerce 

And the kind of information available in the internet can also be listed as text documents, graphic files, sound and video files, downloadable games and software, demo games and software, etc. 

At the speed the internet has been evolving, many predictions can be made about the internet in the future, like main communication method coming with functions of being translated automatically into the language preferred by the receiver, finding a tune through humming into the microphone, virtual tours of a house, car, etc. could become common thing. 

This is what the Internet has become today, starting from its modest birth in 1969, to become an indispensable service for the human race at present and will remain the same in the future.

usage of internet

Internet and its use. 
Internet has become a necessity to a large portion of the world population today, with no disparity between age, race, color, religion, nationality or gender; but what really they are all using it for are for different requirements based on their needs, area of study and work. 

The internet has become a God sent blessing to many to do research work and find general information about a subject instantly without much effort or expense. The internet has become the best largest and most useful encyclopedia of information. In fact the web is far better then a encyclopedia which gives only one perspective on a subject while the internet is sure to have different perspectives on a single topic giving a individual the opportunity to be well read on the particular topic. 

Have you ever had to pay tons of money or go through lots of trouble to find information about very rare topics? Well that was in the good old days. The internet will have information on even the rarest topic you could think of. 

The internet is vastly used for communication. Whether at home or at work, emails, chats, video conferencing, voice calls, etc. have become the most convenient, cost effective and fastest methods to communicate with your friends, family, colleagues and even strangers. In fact the internet has become a great source to meet new people, and build new friendships and relationships. 

Discussion forums available on the internet are useful to users to find individuals with the same interest and discuss as much as you like about the topic. You will never feel like you have no one to talk to on a particular topic, if you are lucky enough to find a discussion forum which gives you a forum for it. 

It has become a whole lot easier to shop with the internet, sitting in your seat and being able to select the best cost at its best bargain. 

If you ask many people what their hobbies are, some may reply as to 'browsing the internet'. In fact the internet is the best device for fun. Whether it is games, songs, movies, community groups, etc. There is plenty to keep you occupied in your spare time. Many use the internet to download free versions of softwares and cracks, to read news and learn. 

And so continues the many uses of the internet to all human beings, young and old .

quick facts of internet

Did you think about the famous three letters we type in the address bar "WWW" (World Wide Web) do you know who introduced this phrase & when? It was none other then Mr, Tim Berners-Lee in 1990. What about the phrase "Information Superhighway", Mr. Nam June Paik used this phrase in 1974.

How fast is the internet growing? Very much faster as it reached 50 million in just 5 years, where as Radio and TV took 38 & 13 years respectively. (Source: Cyber 
What about the country which has the highest number of internet browsers? It is none other then Sweden with a astonishing 75%.

Especially the internet is a good resource for children. Whether it is educational material, publications, friends, experts, or information on sports, games and hobbies, the internet is the best medium for children giving the facilities adults didn't have before.
The internet will be cheaper; creating more opportunities for people of all ages and races to access the most updated information from anywhere at any time, unlike the other mediums available at the present like, newspapers, radio and televisions. 
Tuition classes can become a thing of the past with the increase of access to the internet for students. There would be practice materials and more information and study materials available on line to access and improve their understanding on the subject. 

Entertainment will be only a click away, with entertainment materials to suit everyone's need. 

In short changes will be seen in networks, education, families, creativity, entertainment, internet connections, civic engagement, extreme communities, digital products, health systems, social networks and politics,. because of the changes that will come forth on the internet.

uses of internet

Internet with its many uses is mostly used as a source of information. The internet has become the best source of information as there is nothing on which you cannot find information by browsing the internet, whether about science, technology, mathematics, history, countries, sociology, medicine, engineering, sports, games, music, movie, jobs or education. What with online encyclopedias and different sites on various subjects to gather information about a topic is no longer a hard task to do. 

Internet is not just a source of information. It is the BEST source of information for any field of study and research. But one must be careful to choose the appropriate correct information as any individual can upload information to the website and no one can be sure of articles accuracy unless you are already knowledgeable about the article. Also information from the internet may not be updated. Browsing the internet is a skill in itself. 

Assessing information gathered from the internet is particularly difficult. Always be sure to include source data of the information gathered in your document so that others can refer to the article from the reference given in your document. Do a through search to be sure of the author, organization, etc. which submitted that information to the net. Also if there is an author or organization stated, find out how reputed the person or organization is, and whether they can be contacted for further information. 

The accuracy of information can be confirmed somewhat if the following can be found together with the web site, the information was gathered from; 

Is there indication of the original source of the information? 

Is the information well researched and informative? 

Are instructions mentioned about including the information elsewhere? 

Are there links to other useful sites on the same topic? 

Is the information updated recently? 

What is the aim of the site? To advertise, persuade, or disseminate information? 

Are the goals of the site clearly mentioned? 

Who is the site originally designed for? 

Are there too many animations? It could be a method of hiding lack of information. 

Remember, Information from the internet can be very useful, easy to access at any time from anywhere and updated more frequently, but yet to be sure at all times of 100% accurate up-to-date information, always spend more time to gather more data from books, brochures, newspapers, and interviews.

social networking

A social network service is an online service, platform, or site that focuses on building and reflecting of social networks or social relations among people, e.g., who share interests and/or activities. A social network service essentially consists of a representation of each user (often a profile), his/her social links, and a variety of additional services. Most social network services are web based and provide means for users to interact over the internet, such as e-mail and instant messaging. Although online community services are sometimes considered as a social network service in a broader sense, social network service usually means an individual-centered service whereas online community services are group-centered. Social networking sites allow users to share ideas, activities, events, and interests within their individual networks.

The main types of social networking services are those which contain category places (such as former school-year or classmates), means to connect with friends (usually with self-description pages) and a recommendation system linked to trust. Popular methods now combine many of these, with Facebook, Bebo and Twitter widely used worldwide; MySpace and LinkedIn being the most widely used in North America;[1] Nexopia (mostly in Canada);[2] Bebo,[3] Hi5, Hyves (mostly in The Netherlands), StudiVZ (mostly in Germany), iWiW (mostly in Hungary), Tuenti (mostly in Spain), Nasza-Klasa (mostly in Poland),Decayenne, Tagged, XING,[4] Badoo[5] and Skyrock in parts of Europe;[6] Orkut and Hi5 in South America, India and Central America;[7] and Friendster, Mixi, Multiply, Orkut, Wretch, renren and Cyworld in Asia and the Pacific Islands and Orkut and Facebook in India.

There have been some attempts to standardize these services to avoid the need to duplicate entries of friends and interests (see the FOAF standard and the Open Source Initiative).

Although some of the largest social networks were founded on the notion of digitizing real world connections, many networks focus on categories from books and music to non-profit business to motherhood as ways to provide both services and community to individuals with shared interests.
New social networking methods were developed by the end of the 1990s, and many sites began to develop more advanced features for users to find and manage friends.[10] This newer generation of social networking sites began to flourish with the emergence of Friendster in 2002,[11] and soon became part of the Internet mainstream. Friendster was followed by MySpace and LinkedIn a year later, and finally, Bebo. Attesting to the rapid increase in social networking sites' popularity, by 2005, MySpace was reportedly getting more page views than Google. Facebook, launched in 2004, has since become the largest social networking site in the world.

Today, it is estimated that there are now over 200 active sites using a wide variety of social networking models.


A podcast (or non-streamed webcast) is a series of digital media files (either audio or video) that are released episodically and often downloaded through web syndication. The word usurped webcast in common vernacular, due to rising popularity of the iPod and the innovation of web feeds.

The mode of delivery differentiates podcasting from other means of accessing media files over the Internet, such as direct download, or streamed webcasting. A list of all the audio or video files currently associated with a given series is maintained centrally on the distributor's server as a web feed, and the listener or viewer employs special client application software known as a podcatcher that can access this web feed, check it for updates, and download any new files in the series. This process can be automated so that new files are downloaded automatically. Files are stored locally on the user's computer or other device ready for offline use, giving simple and convenient access to episodic content. Commonly used audio file formats are Ogg Vorbis and MP3.

Academics at the Community, Journalism & Communication Research group at the University of Texas at Austin in the USA are proposing a four-part definition of a podcast: A podcast is a digital audio or video file that is episodic; downloadable; programme-driven, mainly with a host and/or theme; and convenient, usually via an automated feed with computer software.

youtube tips for business

Here are 34 ways to use YouTube (and other video hosting services) for business.

Expertise and Thought Leadership

Upload recordings of presentations you’ve given, to demonstrate authority and public speaking skills. 
Share slides from presentations that weren’t recorded. 
Create short videos of valuable tips of interest to your clients and prospects to show off your expertise. 
Conduct an interview with an expert. 
Turn your podcasts into videos, to expand your reach. 
Engage with the YouTube community by leaving comments and uploading video responses to videos on topics related to your business or industry. 
Enhance your videos using YouTube’s special features, such as annotations, audioswap, insight, language options and quick capture. Also see what’s cooking in the YouTube Biz Blog and TestTube for more upcoming features. 
Record an important meeting to share with employees, shareholders and others, as appropriate. 
Marketing and Advertising

Set up a channel to reflect your brand and engage with others. Here’s an example from The White House. 
Choose a user name that reflects your brand for your channel URL. 
Add your channel URL to marketing collateral and social network profiles. 
Post customer video testimonials to add to your credibility. 
Put together a creative video explaining your product or service. 
Show your product in action using movie trailer-style: fast, creative and catchy. 
Show the results of someone using your services. 
Promote your events using recordings of previous events. 
Introduce your staff to add authenticity. 
Take viewers on a tour of your offices and city to help them feel connected with you. 
Ask others to use your product in their videos (like product placement in movies) and cross-promote each other. 
Post links to your videos on various social networks. 
Look into YouTube Promoted Videos to reach your target through contextually-relevant search results. 
Use Google AdWords on Google Content Network, which includes sites like YouTube. These use text-based ads and don’t require a video from your business. Research the Placement Tool to identify the best placements for your ads. 
Earn money from your videos by entering into a partnership with YouTube. 
Run a contest. 
Add Call-to-Action overlays to your videos to drive traffic to your web site. 
Study your channel’s performance with the integrated Google Analytics and YouTube Insight to make the most of your videos. 
Display company information in every video including name, URL, phone number and email address. 
Customer Service

Create “how to” videos to help your customers use your product or service. 
Post solutions to common product or service problems. 
Answer customer-specific questions using videos. Imagine how surprised a customer will be when you point them to a video with the answer! 
Embed videos on your web site on appropriate pages, including customer support and product tours. 
Post a blog entry discussing a problem and include a video for visual support. 
Go the extra mile by adding closed-captions or subtitles to your videos. Remember that not everyone can watch or hear videos in the same way. 
Show a work-in-progress project to a customer for review and approval, without the need for a face-to-face meeting or in-person demo.

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