11/30/2005 01:14:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
Wondering! Any Guess! Hint: Surely not a new online service from Yahoo! Just take another second, yet to guess? 101 is the number of services Yahoo! is providing to date. Checkout TipMonkies for the complete list! PS: I am weak at couting.
|W|P|113333709787641545|W|P|Yahoo! 101|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/30/2005 10:16:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Nirek|W|P|Hi Da,
101 serives from Yahoo! Wonderful...really amazing.
Good creativity too from yahoo!12/02/2005 05:46:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Sangeetha|W|P|Hey there are 105 services12/03/2005 10:55:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Nirek|W|P|Hi Rajesh Segu

ive tagged you with the 7 things tag, head to my blog to find out whats it all about12/06/2005 03:14:00 PM|W|P|Blogger RajeshSegu|W|P|Hello Sangeetha,

Thanks for taking time to count. I myself did not bother but just did that to post in my blog. Great patience. Keep it up!

By the way, do I know you?12/06/2005 05:42:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Sangeetha|W|P|Hi Rajesh Segu,
I haven't counted them.
But I was eager to find the count(chumma da).
So, I pasted them in a Word document and selected the list of items(Bulleted format) and changed to Number list. The last number is the count.
Just a trick man.
Hope you got me.

By the way, I know you very well.
I even know that you hardly remember things and obviously you have forgotten my name too.
Don't scratch your head to remember me da.11/22/2005 03:04:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
Half my time I end up searching google for appropriate results. This remains a common scene for people playing with new stuff. Google search is very simple and it can understand most of your queries but it could be made more effective if you knew its language. Here is a cheatsheet which makes google search a lot more easier. By the way, google itself has disclosed this.
|W|P|113268229733783685|W|P|Google CheatSheet|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com12/01/2005 06:09:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Thriveni P|W|P|Hi Rajesh
No new posts in ur blog :-(12/01/2005 06:10:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Thriveni P|W|P|hi
Can any one let me know what is the use of WORD VERIFICATION in any site11/20/2005 06:57:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
For the past few weeks there has been tremendous changes in my life. Recently I have been shifted from the C-world to Java-world. At first this sounded like music since this change in code environment would complement my technical skills. With all enthu started learning at great phase and did write a great deal of [dead] code. I slowly felt how hard and contrasting are these two worlds as such. Its like moving from Earth to Mars. Yes, I said it, its like moving from earth to mars. In earth its like you know everything and in a new planet Mars you are a wonderer. Java in contrast to C is vast by itself. Think of any small utility and you have one scripted on the net. Everytime I start writing a small piece of code I end up refering Java docs many times. It really sucks. Flooding with lots of utitilities was killing my flow of scripting the functionality. But sometimes I feel it has saved a lot of my valuable time. Here its a war between flexibility/extensibility and flow of idea. I strongly feel with some more days of constant coding and understanding can make myself more familiar with the java world. Anyway, I am forced to live in this Java world, I have to make myself comfortable with this environment!
|W|P|113249329766165396|W|P|C-world -> Java-world|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/20/2005 10:17:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Nirek|W|P|hi Rajesh,
offline topic ques:
how was ur CAT performance??11/16/2005 12:57:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
"Google Base is a place where you can easily submit all types of online and offline content that we'll host and make searchable online.You can describe any item you post with attributes, which will help people find it when they search Google Base. In fact, based on the relevance of your items, they may also be included in the main Google search index and other Google products like Froogle, Google Base and Google Local."
  • Cost: Free
  • Item types accepted: All types of online and offline information and images
  • Languages: You can submit your information in many languages; the Google Base interface, however, including the Help Content, is currently available only in English, English UK and German.
  • Reach: Items you submit to Google Base can be found on Google Base and, depending on their relevance, may also appear on Google properties like Google, Froogle and Google Local.
  • How it's different: Google Base enables you to add attributes that better describe your content so that users can easily find it. The more popular specific attributes become, the more often we'll suggest them when others post the same items. Similarly, items that become more popular will show up as suggested item types in the Choose an existing item type drop down menu.
More about Google Base on http://www.google.com/base/about.html Thus a revolution in hosting websites and sharing knowledge. Amen!
|W|P|113212676634439058|W|P|Google Base Live!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/12/2005 05:08:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
Google Adwords has discovered in sibling in the form of Google Publications [BETA]. Ha, now google has unveiled its plans to commersialize Google Print! In this service you are equipped to select an publication, create ad and submit it for runtime rendering as in Google Adsense. The main problem, I dont have an adwords account though which one can login into this beta system. Wished there was a demo which could give more information!
Anyway wider audiance can be targeted for extra $$$$$$$$$$$. Thus a revolution in electronic ads industry.
|W|P|113179601593190568|W|P|Google Publications Released!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/11/2005 04:16:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
Web2.0 has turned into a marathon with lot of players developing cool ajaxified applications. Most of the time these applications tend to store or read data to perform their functionalities. With the increasing participants in the web2.0 world major concerns on traffic, bandwidth, load and performance has reached the summit. My recent post had some ideas of providing a database integrated with the browser. Thinking orthogonally this can be an extension of the existing cookie store available in every modern browser. After a great thought process and many google searches found that a javascript database can handle many of these scenarios seamlessly.Ajax applications are so dynamic and responds so quick to the user giving way to the web2.0 revolution. Everytime a user performs an action small chunks of data are read from their database server to perform the business logic/functionalities. Hence there is misuse of lots of bandwidth and load. In the process of bettering the performance and the load on the server by fetching all the possible related data to the client and populate the javascript database available. Data can be populated and read frequently from this database. Thus a seamless ajax application! Did you dream of anything like this? Trim Query has an answer, for rich web application developers, the TrimQuery engine from TrimPath is a lightweight GPL open-source component that lets you have the power of SQL queries while running in a web browser. Demo is here. Thinking broader the uses can reach infinity. Can you think of one!
|W|P|113170884584532620|W|P|JavaScript DataBase|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/09/2005 09:24:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
Web2.0 has spread its tentacles to capture everyone's attention and has made many big companies rethink or rephrase their existence. Ajax, since its incarnation, has created ripples making custom application developers think the unthinkable. Ajax today has taken form of everything and anything in the internet world and turning out to become the defacto standard for any internet company today. Today Ajax sends out server requests to every small action made over the web browser and everytime this happens only a tiny chunk of information is updated in the database, thus increasing the traffic and load many folds. With so many people accessing your application there is every chance that your server can hang up. If you have started googling on this, wait, a database on the client side can be apt for such a context. With Web2.0 leading the internet marathon there is lot of evolution's expected. One such thing has been idea of developing a secure browser based client database which can store information that can be queried runtime. The idea put in simple words means provide a tiny, in-memory, small memory foot print, relational and stable database as an integral entity of the web browser. Thus, redefining the existing web browser for the next generation applications. Tomorrow's applications must transform themselves to be next generation by being lot more useful. Data corresponding to each application can be shared and sync'd seamlessly providing more scope for collaboration. Offline clients can be easily built with zero extra effort. Numbering each use case can run into any big number possible. +Thinking deep, this idea can empower any living application with a soul. Are you searching for one! courtesy: Getting Web 2.0 Ready For Prime Time
One such finding has been TrimPath a JS DataBase which can queried runtime. It needs a seperate post to be discussed.|W|P|113155203225029010|W|P|Web2.0 and Browser DB|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/09/2005 12:22:00 AM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|Swap out your legacy enterprise search system for Google and get a free Google Mini
Upgrade both your internal and public-facing search all in one quick step with Google's search trade-in program. If you replace your legacy search solution with a Google Search Appliance before the end of the year, we'll give you a Google Mini for free.

The Google Search Appliance delivers fast, relevant search across websites and intranets in an integrated hardware/software appliance that has a snap to set up and maintain. Over 2,000 businesses worldwide rely on Google's search products to deliver Google-quality search results to customers, employees, and partners. While the future of other enterprise search vendors may be uncertain, the Google Search Appliance brings the innovation and support of Google to your organization.

Any entrepreneurs/SMB's , here's your chance to get this little angel sit in your garden. Happy Searching with the upcoming prosperouss year. courtesy: Google Mini
|W|P|113147615548497551|W|P|Google Mini now Free|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/07/2005 11:07:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
For the past few years Microsoft has not lived to their standards in innovation and creativity. Since two years Microsoft has not done anything great. Windows O.S & Microsoft Office, the big wild cats which got microsoft their food, are very lazy to wake up. In addition to all this, MSN, the internet wing of Microsoft has not given anything 'wow'. Microsoft with around 40K employees playing around with differnt tools and technologies has not given anything coooool to the waiting audiance. Isn't this is pathatic. With the competition alarming in new shapes and sizes Microsoft has now got onto its legs to try out new directions [dare someone says innovative]. Recently Microsoft has intiated an LIVE campaign. Here is a live image. Microsoft call it a 'Live' Platform. Many more images of Microsoft Live is available at Flickr. Some initiatives look more similar to the web2.0 mash ups we see on the net today. So, this sounds more like an Microsoft Windows 2.0 [ powered by Web2.0 ]. Microsoft has all the resources on earth to execute the most appealing product ever to be built but the bottom line remains innovation and creativity. Check out various ideas microsoft has for its live bandwagon at ideas.live.com. Some interesting services I find appealing, 1. live.com : A gentle mashup of start.com. Windows Live (which is in beta) is a Web portal with a "Sidebar" navigation system, tools for searching and reading RSS feeds, and "Gadgets" which can extend its functionality. It seems to be, basically, a repackaged version of Start.com, another experimental Microsoft portal that's been around for awhile. 2. Windows Live Mail : It’s all new web mail, built from the ground up. Preview your e-mail without loading a new page each time (like Outlook®) drag and drop messages into folders, and generally power through your e-mail in a flash. 3. Windows Live Safety Center : It’s like taking your PC in for a tune up at the service station. If the service station was free and available 24/7. Get free on-demand virus cleaning and a comprehensive PC health checkup to help keep your PC running its best. It has Protection, Clean Up and Tune Up services. 4. Windows Messenger : This will be the next-generation MSN Messenger. The name is new, but it will still be free to download Messenger and use most of its features. And there will be some remarkable new ways to instantly share and connect with friends. 5. Windows OneCare : The things you should have to help protect your PC, but probably don’t because they’re such a hassle. Stuff like virus scanning, firewall settings, tune ups, and software backups—tied up with a bow and delivered to you in a friendly, easy-to-use package that runs quietly in the background. These service has a beta tag necked to it. They are looking out for beta testers. Happy Live Testing!
|W|P|113138512722209247|W|P|Windows Live!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/03/2005 05:56:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|Hello Friends, For the past some days I am busy spending time with my family. I assume everyone know about Dewali and enjoyment you can never miss. If you find this term interesting just Google. My blog would be back in action from the coming monday. Have many to write but due to bad internet access at my home town I am sorry. Happy Dewali Bloggers!|W|P|113102128603154424|W|P|Dewali - Dum Dam|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com11/05/2005 11:29:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Nirek|W|P|Hey
Is this Rajesh Segu from Adventnet Chennai?