Archive for the ‘How To’ Category

Health Tip to setup your computer

July 3rd, 2008 Comments off
Health top to choose chair Health top to lighting arrangement Health top to sit before computer Health top to sit in chair
Health top to maintain distance from monitor Health top to use the mouse Health top to hold the mouse Health top to user keyboard

Tip to use mobile phones

July 1st, 2008 Comments off

Use your left ear to say Hello

How to escape smartly?

June 29th, 2008 Comments off

Telephone ReceiverA fresher joined a big MNC as a trainee. On his first day, he dialed the pantry and shouted into the phone, “Get me a coffee, quickly!”

The voice from the other side responded, “You fool you’ve dialed the wrong extension! Do you know who you’re talking to, dumbo?”

“No,” replied the fresher.

“It’s the Managing Director of the company, you fool!”

The trainee shouted back, “And do you know who YOU are talking to, you fool?”

“No.” replied the Managing Director indignantly.

“Good!” replied the trainee and put down the phone.

How to view the saved password?

June 11th, 2008 Comments off

The known security tip is that, we should not click on “Remember my password” option when using public computers. If you would have checked this Rememer Password option, then anyone can easily view your mails/content.

They can view your content but can’t chanage the password if it is a website like Yahoo or GMail. Because you willbe asked to provide the old password to change it.

Here is the easy way to know the saved password for Yahoo and Gmail.

Enter your username and password. Now copy and paste the given javascript in the address bar and press enter.

Yahoo: javascript:alert(document.forms[0].passwd.value);

This script will display the password in an alert box like below.

Get Yahoo Password

Gmail: javascript:alert(document.forms[0].Passwd.value);

Find the alert box displayed in GMail

Get Gmail Password

Amazing, isn’t?

Now anyone can change the password. So make sure that you don’t click on “Remember my password” option at any cause. Even if you would have clicked, clear the cookies and saved password details as soon as you logout.

Disposable Email to avoid SPAM Mails

May 21st, 2008 Comments off

Spam MailMost of the website collects the email id when you either want to see the contents of the site or download software or something from their sites though they promise you that they keep your email id confidential. You can’t trust all these sites and you will really reluctant to give your email id to some websites.

The solution is to use a disposable email service. There are so many service providers gives this facility. I found this one, , as the simple and best solution. is a disposable email account system. Use this service to avoid giving your personal email address to suspicious websites. Your temporary mail account will be deleted after 24 hours.

It supports RSS 2.0 and available in 28 international languages. It’s very easy, anonymous and fun! Just think up a name and GO!

Hello World

May 8th, 2008 Comments off

Hello World

“Hello World” is the first program one usually writes when learning a new programming language.

The first Hello World program appeared in chapter 1.1 of the first edition of Kernighan & Ritchie’s original book about C, “The C Programming Language”, in 1978 and read like this:

main() {

    printf("hello, world");


Since then, Hello World has been implemented in just about every programming language on the planet.

Here are some links which has the Hello World programs in various programming languages as well as human languages.

NATO Phonetic Alphabets

May 7th, 2008 Comments off
NATO Phonetics

Talking to a call centre person had become a part of our life. Most of the times we struggle to spell our personal information like Name, Address etc., This may be because of the poor signal, or influence of native slang.

In such cases the call centre person are trained to use “NATO Phonetic alphabet”. It is also known as spelling alphabet.

What is this NATO Phonetic alphabet?

According to Wiki,

NATO alphabet assigns code words to the letters of the English alphabet acrophonically so that critical combinations of letters (and numbers) can be pronounced and understood by those who transmit and receive voice messages by radio or telephone regardless of their native language, especially when the safety of navigation or persons is essential.

Knowing this NATO Phonetic alphabet would make our life easier; especially when we talk to a call centre person.

Here is the list of NATO Phonetic Alphabets. This set is being used world wide.

A – Alpha
B – Bravo
C -Charlie
D – Delta
E – Echo
F – Foxtrot
G – Golf
H – Hotel
I – India
J – Juliet
K – Kilo
L – Lima
M – Mike
N – November
O – Oscar
P – Papa
Q – Quebec
R – Romeo
S – Sierra
T – Tango
U – Uniform
V – Victor
W – Whiskey
X – X-ray
Y – Yankee
Z – Zulu