Showing posts from November, 2009

My Netbook Review

Swami Nikhilaananda said: " It's prudent for a chatterbox to buy a cellphone with long battery life, than buying an iPhone " I purchased a netbook recently, and I thought of posting a small review about it just in case some of you were considering buying one. I hope you find this useful. If you want anything particularly, I will write about that as well. Specifications Well, the netbook that I bought is an Acer Aspire D250 model. The specifications are 160GB hard disk, 1 GB RAM (extensible to 2) and 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Processor, 10.1" LED backlit screen with a six cell battery. It has three USB ports, one port to connect your monitor to, one speaker out, one mic in, one ethernet port and one for charging. It has a camera and mic inbuilt. It has Wi-Fi, bluetooth and 3G for connectivity. The battery life is around 7 hours or so (for sure - sometimes more, sometimes a little lesser depending on usage). The speakers are ok, just good enough, and lacking in bass. Sinc

Google Wave - Will it just be a big splash?

Swami Nikhilaananda said : " It is always wise to test the waters before you surf the wave " Google is supposed to be one of the most innovative companies, a company that has decided to challenge reigning champion Microsoft head on, a company that plans to make the entire world to shrink even more using the internet. The internet definitely holds great promise - But will it truly completely eliminate all fat clients? Not in the next few years I can bet... In fact, I don't think that the internet will replace local software ever (unless something totally radical happens) and this is the reason why I don't think Google Chrome will rout Microsoft Windows... If anyone has a chance of dethroning Microsoft, it has to be either Linux or Apple Mac OSX. But definitely not Chrome. Google's wave is the newest of their products that have been creating a lot of buzz for quite some time now. It was a product that made a lot of people to sit and wonder when the question "

To each his own

Swami Gulagulaananda challenged " It's time to have the greatest discussion now for a face-off... I dare all religious 'experts' to come here and put your thoughts across " The reason I am writing this article is simple - I recently got some scraps on Orkut from a person who calls himself (montse) Jesus Loves You . And they were some really interesting scraps. They are pasted here as is: (montse) Jesus : hi i don't know u, but all i have to say is that Jesus loves you, died for ur sins believe Jesus for eternity Nik : Hi, I don't know you - But I want to tell you that Sri Krishna loves you - Read the Bhagavad Gita and free yourself from the cycle of rebirth. Believe in Him. (montse) Jesus : but none died for your sins except Jesus, you should receive your salvation only by believing Jesus as your saviour Nik : See, that's where you are wrong - You start off with the assumption that one has to die for someone else's sins. Sri Krishna ma