14th of March is being celebrated as Pi Day. Pi or π (What is pi?)has always been an interesting Mathematical constant to know about.
Google released a doodle on 14th March to join the Pi Day celebrations.
Here is the logo in case if you haven’t seen.
How Google works is always a basic question asked by everyone. Here is a short video that explains it all.
More such videos can be found here – How Google Works?
There are many twitter apps available to analyse the tweets, find the followers etc.,
Here is an interesting and innovative web app developed by Amit, that reveals the sleeping habits of any twitter user.
The results are amazing and many are agreeing that the web app gives accurate (almost) timings. I do agree with the result.
If you want your or your friends sleeping timings, then please login to www.sleepingtime.org and just enter the twitter id.
This is one of the most innovative web app I have ever seen in the recent past.
Twitter changed everyone’s day-to-day life. Tweeting EVERYTHING has become the part of our life. So many of us started tweeting EVERYTHING.
What is this EVERYTHING? Below picture depicts EVERYTHING.
This image is applicable only for Twitterholics.
Do Not Use Twitter
How to find the person is Twitterholic ornot?
Here is a small tip to find out whether someone is Twitterholic or not.
If someone tweets after tweeting “Good Night” or saying many Good Nights, then he/she is definitely a Twitterholic.
Do you have any other tips?
Apple’s iPad is one of the most expected product in 2010 and most criticised product of the year.
Below picture is one of the best criticism on Apple products.
Environment variables are a set of dynamic named values that can affect the way running processes will behave on a computer.
This is a quick tip to display all the environment variables defined in the computer.
Windows: Open command prompt (DOS Prompt) and just type set to display all the variables
Unix: Type env to display all the environment variables in the console.
Cheat sheets are always easy to get help and to have most frequently required information on hand.
Learning Unix is always the big task as it has so many commands to remember. Though there are many available, only a few would of of in day-to-day use.
Below given cheat sheet would be a great help for those who are just started with Unix. Keep this one page reference poster in your desk to get familiarised with Unix commands.
Source : Jacob Peddicord
Download in PDF format : Unix/Linux Command Cheat Sheet