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Feb 23
2012

Google Retiring AdSense for Domains in your account

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Google Adsense retiring for hosted, undeveloped domains in NepalI just received an email from Google AdSense team indicating that  google is changing their adsense policy with underdeveloped domains and are actually retiring their hosted domains product within Adsense..

This means any domains without content that you are hosting by using their adsense for domains product will become inactive and you won’t be able to earn from them.

Jun 01
2011

Final Project Report for MScIT, Sikkim Manipal University

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final year project of MSCIT LBEF, Sikkim Manipal university, physician Information management system, PIMS

Here i am trying to make a list all files regarding a final year project of  M.Sc.(IT) program at Lord Buddha Education Foundation (LBEF), Sikkim Manipal University. My project was on JAVA programming language and MySQL database, entitled "Physician Information Management System (PIMS)". If you are a final year student of B.Sc(IT), M.Sc(IT), BCA or any IT field from Sikkim Manipal University and looking for complete software project source code sample,  synopsis, Synopsis presentation slide, final project report,  presentation slide, Unified Modeling Language (UML) Diagrams, Gantt Chart; here you can download ready-made sample project.

Jul 19
2010

Joomla 1.5.20 released

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The Joomla Project announces the immediate availability of Joomla 1.5.20 [senu takaa]. This is a security release that addresses issues with the Joomla 1.5.19 packages.  We recommend users upgrade immediately.

Just a day after the release of Joomla 1.5.19 with Mootools 1.2.4 support, the Joomla project announced another update: 1.5.20.

Jun 03
2010

Beginner's Guide To Drupal

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This handbook was originally written for Drupal 5. While the information is generally transferable to Drupal 6, some buttons, links, and menu items have been renamed or moved. Every attempt is made to keep these handbooks current.

The intent of the Cookbook is to help the new Drupal user create a typical site. At that point the user will be better equipped to diving deeper into more advanced features.

May 31
2010

How to choose an open-source CMS?

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The source code is not the only thing that is open about open-source software.

Open source happens out in the open. By subscribing to user mail lists and other communication channels, it is easy to learn about what others are doing with the software, which features are good, and which features need work. Reading a project roadmap or the publicly accessible bug lists will tell you where the project is going, who is driving it, and whether the team is well organised. You can also get a feel for the personalities and the social dynamics of the group.

Apr 20
2010

In Big New Product Push, Facebook Set to Launch 6.5 Million New Community Pages

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In what amounts to a big new product push for the company, Facebook is turning previously static information in user profiles into links to 6.5 million new Community Pages. It’s also further clarifying the point of Pages, dividing out official ones for businesses, celebrities and other known entities from from the “community” ones.

These move will help Facebook more clearly identify what users care about — and help it achieve higher search engine results for Community Pages on any topic imaginable.

Mar 19
2010

Internet Explorer 9 beta released to public

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Internet Explorer 9, IE9, Internet Explorer 9 betaMicrosoft has released the beta for the newest version 9.0 of their ever-so-popular Internet Explorer browser. The beta has all the features that will be seen come release, but does not however have the updated version 9 UI.

Version 9 has some important new things about it. For starters, there is support for HTML 5 and CSS 3, and a new JavaScript engine. IE9 also has an "Acid Test" feature that will let you test the compatibility and compliance of a website with IE9.

Mar 18
2010

Google Apps Migration for Microsoft® Exchange

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Google is continuing its quiet war on Microsoft Office by making it easier for users to switch from Exchange to Google Apps for e-mail. The company has launched a new server-side tool called Google Apps Migration for Microsoft® Exchange, which not only migrates your company e-mail, but also moves your calendar and contact info into the cloud.

According to Google's Enterprise Blog, the migration is only four steps long and works quickly to bring in the information that you choose. There's even the option to import the data in phases, which makes life easier if there's too much to bring in at any one time. The tool works with both hosted and on-premise Microsoft Exchange 2003 or 2007 and is free to those who already subscribe to Google Apps Premier and Education edition.

Mar 18
2010

IE9 tech preview performs 7.8 times better than IE8

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In the first series of comprehensive performance tests comparing Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 technical preview, released yesterday, to stable Web browsers in current use today, Betanews confirmed superb speed gains by the IE9 chassis in specific categories. Not everything in the new IE9 was faster than IE8, but in the computational department, the development team's Chakra JavaScript engine shows much-needed gains.

Mar 11
2010

What is Content management system?

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A content management system (CMS) is a collection of procedures used to manage work flow in a collaborative environment. These procedures can be manual or computer-based. The procedures are designed to:

    * Allow for a large number of people to contribute to and share stored data

Feb 28
2010

With Google Buzz, your closest circle of friends is wide open

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Google Buzz is the loudest party I've ever been forced to attend. It's not because there are too many people invited but because of all the chatter. I'm following only 40 others. And even if I wanted to follow a few hundred more, my network's too small. But these 40 contacts all have their own friends, and even though I've never met most of them, Google is making me hear their thoughts.

And that dynamic makes Google Buzz a fundamentally different social network than Facebook and Twitter. Those networks, of course, are also filled with noise. But Google pushes the comments of your friends' friends (we'll call them secondary friends from here on out) into your Gmail window, alerting you whenever a secondary friend has responded to something your actual friend has written. This is a small quirk, and only mildly different from similar features on Facebook and Twitter. But it's Buzz's biggest one. Google's network will live or die depending on whether people like all that chatter.

Feb 13
2010

How to Use Google Buzz

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If you're a Gmail user, chances are you now have Google Buzz in your inbox. Here's how to make the most of it (or just get rid of it).

On Tuesday, Google announced Buzz, a new social networking service integrated with Gmail. On Wednesday, you probably mashed your F5 key waiting for it to arrive in your Gmail account--and maybe you even tried to cut in line. By Thursday, you were likely worried about the privacy issues. Well, if you're buzzing about Buzz, we have the tips you need to make it work for you. And if you're wishing it would buzz off, we'll show you how to remove it from your Gmail account.

Feb 13
2010

Google founder Brin wants way to work with China

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Google co-founder Sergey BrinGoogle co-founder Sergey Brin said Friday he is hoping the Internet powerhouse will find a way to operate in China without censoring Web search results.

"I'm optimistic," Brin said during an on-stage chat at the prestigious TED Conference in Long Beach, California. "I want to find a way to really work within the Chinese system and drive more information.

Feb 11
2010

3 Google Buzz Privacy Concerns

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Google Buzz continues to make waves as the Gmail- and mobile device-based social networking platform reaches the masses this week.

Buzz takes one part Facebook, one part Twitter, one part YouTube and one part Flickr and blends it for a social networking platform lodged directly into Gmail. So far, Google Buzz has been receiving mixed praise. As with any new platform where people share information, however, privacy is a huge question. People post personal information, photos and other content to share with friends, not with the world. It's up to Google Buzz to keep that information to its intended recipients.

Early on, Google Buzz has come under scrutiny for lacking some fundamental privacy and security. Here are three areas Google Buzz needs to tighten up before users will be confident enough to make it their single social networking service:

Feb 11
2010

MySpace chief executive resigns

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myspace chair man, myspace nepal, myspace nepal userReporting from San Francisco and Los Angeles - In the latest blow to what was once the jewel of News Corp.'s digital empire, MySpace Chief Executive Owen Van Natta unexpectedly exited Wednesday after less than 10 months on the job.

Van Natta's departure comes as the media conglomerate struggles to reshape MySpace, a former giant in social networking that has been overtaken by Facebook and confronts new challengers such as Twitter. MySpace's rapid decline also illustrates the perils of placing big bets on digital media, where websites can quickly rise and fall by the mouse clicks of fickle users.

Feb 09
2010

Microsoft: your battery is the problem, not Windows 7

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Last week, Microsoft said it was investigating issues in Windows 7 that affect batteries on certain notebooks after hundreds of users reported they thought the OS was to blame. Steven Sinofsky, president of the Windows and Windows Live Division, has posted a lengthy response on the Engineering Windows 7 blog.

"At this time we have no reason to believe there is any issue related to Windows 7 in this context," Sinofsky writes. Here's his explanation:

Feb 09
2010

Google plans to turn Gmail into a social data hub

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Google is reportedly planning to make Gmail more social by allowing users to exchange status updates with friends and share Web content links, features that moves Gmail into more direct competition with Facebook.

News of the plan was revealed on Monday by The Wall Street Journal.

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