Month: November 2011

How to Use Google Search More Effectively

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source: Post by Josh Catone, on Mashable, dated 24th Nov, 2K11;

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EXOdesk, Your Virtual Desk;

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Something that will change everything on your desk; I’m just loving the concept;

EXOpc has posted a video of its EXOdesk — an interactive desk environment that lets you do all sorts of tasks on a virtual space on your desk — in action and it looks amazing. The actual device is a tabletop computer, somewhat similar to Microsoft Surface, offering 40 inches of high definition space, where you can manipulate virtual objects by touching them and dragging them around.

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My Article in LAFZ Magazine;

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This evening poped up an email in my inbox, from the editor of LAFZ media about the next issue of LAFZ magazine; I hurriedly clicked the link and found my article featured from pages 136 to 141; A feel of relax and relief made a content smile over my face, and it lasts until I re read it once;  Alhamdulillah, my second article on history made his place in magazine; Thanks to founder of LAFZ project Yasser Ali who widen his circle and added me to his team;

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1 Thank To Allah Almighty;

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Another everyday’s scene;
Someone is busy in his work, on road or in his shop;

I stayed there for 3 to 4 minutes while passing by;
And I thanked to Allah Almighty for the job descriptions I have in my office;

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Java 1.7 G1 Garbage Collector;

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Hi All;
Hope everything is going good at your desks;

Last night, I was reading new features in Java 1.7 and found some updates in garbage collection mechanism; There are many updates in 1.7 ranges from core vm, i18n, Nimbus for Swings and other enhancements; We have already discussed the updates in GC for Java SE 6 Update 14; You can find them here; In Java 1.7 have a new garbage collection strategy called G1, which is short for Garbage First. It has been experimentally launched in the Java 1.6 update 14 to replace the regular Concurrent Mark and Sweep Garbage Collectors with increased performance.

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