Monthly Archives: September 2009

Hasili Fisiliye Lyrics


This is my favourite song from Tamil movie Aadhavan.

Cast:Surya,Nayantara

Director:K.S.Ravikumar Aadhavan-Stills-010

Anbe unnal manam freezing
Adada kaadhal enrum amazing
Excuse me let me tell you something
nee sirithal i-Phone tring tring
Veesum ambu en mel paaya
Kathal vanthu yennai aala
varuvaayo yennai kaapaatra..
Vanthal madi saaiven Vaazha
Ulllalala lelele lama lama luma luma
Ulllalala lelele luma luma loma loma
Ulllalala lelema lema lema le le
Hasili Fisiliye yen rasamally
Un siripinil srithidum kathakally
Yen elamayil elamayil paanithithuly
Kudhugallyy….
Yennakum unnakum yenoru edaively
Ne iravinil iravinil emai vassi
Yen pagalilum pagalilum nadanisai
Pudhu rasii….
Anjanaaaaaaa anjanaaaaaah
Konjinaaal theyn thaaanaaaa…
Enkana Enkana
Engumey Nee thaana ..
Hasili Fisiliye yen rasamani
Un siripinil srithidum kathakally
Yen elamayil elamayil paanithithuly
Kudhugallyy….
Yennakum unnakum yenoru edaively
Ne iravinil iravinil emai vassi
Yen pagalilum pagalilum nadunisi
Pudhu rasi…………….
Come home Get on me gonna
Get on me gonna honna Honey
Get on me gonna Get on me gonna
Honna Honey
I wanna prechy maka wana taka(hit me Buddy)
U wanna take me ready gonna shaka
You are the mesemerizer wanna be kinda gotta be righta.
I’m cruising in the coast of porto rico
Bitmi running in the sand of hot jamaica
Double up life better be there for the taking a little
Till i met you happy sleeping really tighter
And i aint goida away reach out to me
Get on me gonna Get on me gonna
Honna Honey
Get on me gonna Get on me gonna
Honna Honey
Urasamal alasamal
uyirodu ooruthu aasai.. !!
athungamal ithungamal
irunthalthaan oointhidum oosai.. !!
eruvizhi yevuganai
unnakethuthaan eeduenai..
un edaiyo oosi munai..
udainthidumo seru yennai.. !!
Yen ennai theendinai veppama..
naan unnaku pookalin uppama.. !!
viralalil ullathe nutpama..
nee konjam thindrai..
konji kondrai..
Hasili Fisiliye yen rasamani
Un siripinil srithidum kathakally
Yen elamayil elamayil paanithithuly
Kudhugallyy….
Yennakum unnakum yenoru edaively
Ne iravinil iravinil emai vassi
Yen pagalilum pagalilum nadunisi
Pudhu rusi….
Uyirodu Uyirodu
yanaikolla nerungugiraiey… !!
Viralodu viralserthu
ithazhukul irangugiraiey… !!
Yaar ithazhil yaar ithazho
verthuvidum veingkuzhalo
Uchi muthal paatham varai
ethanaiyo vithaigalo
Nee aadaipaathi aalpaathiyo
nee pulliyum maanum konda jaathiyo
Un azhagin meethithaan boomiyo
nee mutha peya?? Methai theeya ??
Hasili Fisiliye yen rasamani
Un siripinil srithidum kathakally
Yen elamayil elamayil paanithithuly
Kudhugallyy….
Yennakum unnakum yenoru edaively
Ne iravinil iravinil emai vassi
Yen pagalilum pagalilum nadunisi
Pudhu rusi….
Anjanaaaaaaa anjanaaaaaah
Konjinaaal theyn thaaanaaaa…
Enkana Enkana
Engumey Nee thaana ..

How do you call @ symbol


That little "a" with a circle curling around it that is found in email addresses is most commonly referred to as the "at"symbol.

Surprisingly though, there is no official, universal name for this sign. There are dozens of strangsend a maile terms to describe the @ symbol.

Several languages use words that associate the shape of the symbol with some type of animal.

For instance, some quirky names for the @ symbol include:

    apenstaartje – Dutch for "monkey’s tail"
    snabel – Danish for "elephant’s trunk"
    kissanhnta – Finnish for "cat’s tail"
    klammeraffe – German for "hanging monkey"
    papaki – Greek for "little duck"
    kukac – Hungarian for "worm"
    dalphaengi – Korean for "snail"
    grisehale – Norwegian for "pig’s tail"
    sobachka – Russian for "little dog"

Before it became the standard symbol for electronic mail, the @ symbol was used to represent the cost or weight of something. For instance, if you purchased 6 apples, you might write it as 6 apples @ $1.10 each.

With the introduction of e-mail came the popularity of the @ symbol. The @ symbol or the "at sign" separates a person’s online user name from his mail server address. For instance, joe@uselessknowledge.com. Its widespread use on the Internet made it necessary to put this symbol on keyboards in other countries that have never seen or used the symbol before. As a result, there is really no official name for this symbol.

The actual origin of the @ symbol remains an enigma.

History tells us that the @ symbol stemmed from the tired hands of the medieval monks. During the Middle Ages before the invention of printing presses, every letter of a word had to be painstakingly transcribed by hand for each copy of a published book. The monks that performed these long, tedious copying duties looked for ways to reduce the number of individual strokes per word for common words. Although the word "at" is quite short to begin with, it was a common enough word in texts and documents that medieval monks thought it would be quicker and easier to shorten the word "at" even more. As a result, the monks looped the "t" around the "a" and created it into a circle-eliminating two strokes of the pen.

Another story tells the @ symbol was used as an abbreviation for the word amphora. Amphora was the unit of measurement that determined the amount held by the large terra cotta jars that were used to ship grain, spices and wine. Giorgio Stabile, an Italian scholar, discovered the @ symbol in a letter written in 1536 by a Florentine trader named Francesco Lapi. It seems likely that some industrious trader saw the @ symbol in a book transcribed by monks using the symbol and appropriated it for use as the amphora abbreviation. This would also explain why it became common to use the symbol in relation to quantities of something.

Realistic Attitude


Most of us are either optimist or pessimist,but we tent to forget that there something called reality in between these two.I very well believe in realistic attitude.Being optimistic means that believing soomething will happen in our favour which makes us to put less effort to do something.Being pessimistic losing hope in everything getting demotivated.But Realistic people dig deep into what is needed to make it happen and do that.

In rough seas

An optimistic wait for the seas become calm

A Pessimist returns back to the port

A Realist adjusts his sails and travels

Story of Founder of Orkut


Many of us in use Orkut but ever wondered who is it’s creator is what is and what is history behind him.Almost everyone uses orkut but it’s founder is not as famous as Mark Zukerberg.So I did a bit of Googling and found some details which I found interesting.

He is  a guy lost his girlfriend in a train accident….
but the girll’s name nowhere appeared in the dead list.

This guy grew up and became IT technical architect in his late 20’s achievement in itself!!. orkut
He hired developers from the whole globe and plan to make a
software where he could search for his girl friend  through the web..
Things went as planned…and he found her, after losing millions of dollars and 3 long years!!
It was time to shut down the search operation, when the CEO of Google had a word with this guy and took over this application,
This Software made a whopping 1 billion dollars profit in its first year, which we today know as ORKUT .

His  name is ORKUT BUYUKKOTEN . Yes its named after him only. .

ORKUT BUYUKKOTEN today has 13 assistants to monitor his scrapbook & 8 to
monitor his friends-list. He gets around 20,000 friend-requests a day & about 85,000 scraps!!!

Some other Cool Facts about this guy:
* He gets $12 from Google when every person registers to this website.
* He also gets $10 when you add somebody as a friend.
* He gets $8 when your friend’s friend adds you as a friend & gets $6 if
   anybody adds you as friend in the resulting chain.
* He gets $5 when you scrap somebody & $4 when somebody scraps you.
* He also gets $200 for each photograph you upload on Orkut.
* He gets $2.5 when you add your friend in the crush-list or in the hot-list.
* He gets $2 when you become somebody’s fan.
* He gets $1.5 when somebody else becomes your fan.
* He even gets $1 every time you logout of Orkut.
* He gets $0.5 every time you just change your profile-photograph.
* He also gets $0.5 every time you read your friend’s scrap-book & $0.5 every time

Well, the story seems to be ok … though the money he’s making out of it seems to be quite exorbitant and impractical ..

I just Google it to dig more into it and can’t help to share my findings here

I found his Homepage.No doubt, it’s quite impressive.but, it seems to be created in his student life and not updated for long time since – At least, there’s no info about his brain-child "ORKUT".I searched Wikipedia Orkut Büyükkökten is a Turkish software engineer who developed the social networking service called Orkut.He developed Orkut as an independent project while working at Google.

(Google follows a policy that encourages its employees to use 20% of their office time to pursue personal interests using official resources .)

While previously working for Affinity Engines, he had developed a similar system, InCircle, intended for use by university alumni groups. In late June 2004, Affinity Engines filed suit against Google, claiming that Buyukkokten and Google based Orkut on InCircle code. The allegation is based on the presence of 9 identical bugs in Orkut that also existed in InCircle. Google and Orkut have since settled the lawsuit; the terms have not been disclosed.

Originally from the Turkish Konya, Buyukkokten obtained a B.Sc. degree in Computer Engineering and Information Science from Bilkent University in Ankara, and earned a Ph.D.in Computer Science from Stanford University. His research at Stanford focused on Web search and efficient PDA.

Bio:

Orkut Buyukkokten is a software engineer and product manager at Google. He received his PhD in Computer Science from Stanford in 2002. He has been building and working on online communities the past six years. His interests include social networks, interface design and mobile applications.

Translate Documents Using Google Docs


Google docs is introducing new features day by day.The latest feature is translation of documents in different languages.It uses Google Translates technology.It currents supports upto 42 different languages.Here s a small demo about how to do it.

  1. Go to Google docs.
  2. Enter your google account information and login.
  3. Click on the New—> and select document
  4. Type the things necessary and save it.
  5. Then click Tools menu and select “Translate Document” option and select what language to which ypu want to translate.
  6. Though translations are not nearly perfect it gives us more or less correct translation.
  7. one can replace the original document with the translated one keep documents in two different languages.

 

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