Posts Tagged ‘How To’

Break the Google Logo

September 10th, 2008 Comments off

Can you break the Google Logo? Answer is YES, you can break Google Logo.

Do the following to break the Google Logo.

Search for any string in and append &num=100&start=990 in the URL

For example, if you search for “funny stories”, your search result URL will be

Modify this URL as

Now you will find the Google Magic.

You can also find Sorry, Google does not serve more than 1000 results for any query. (You asked for results starting from 990.)

This answered me for my question raised sometime back. Weird Behaviour of Google

The answer is that Google does not show more than 1000 results.

Thanks for for revealing this cool fact.

Madurai Muniyandi Vilas Hotel in UK

September 4th, 2008 4 comments
Madurai Muniyandi Vilas in UK

Check out this restaurant receipt. Isn’t cool to look such receipt?

This is one more generated stuff next to the Newspaper Clipper. is providing a cool way to generate a own receipt. Visit this cool website and have fun.

VijayForVictory on UK Times magazine

September 3rd, 2008 2 comments
vijayforvictory on UK Times magazine

Read the above article. Amazing! Isn’t?

This is just for fun.

The above article is generated from Newspaper Clipper. A cool website provides an easy way to generate a newspaper clipping on whatever you type.

You can send some nice articles, birthday wishes, nice forwards to your friends and relatives in this way. Everyone will like this newspaper clippings as it is different. This website also has some other generators like Ninja Text, Clapper Board, Wizard Text, Talking Squirrels and more.

Have fun!!!

Protect your valuables

September 2nd, 2008 4 comments

An easy way to protect your valueables like Credid Card, Money, Keys etc…

Everyone takes necessary actions to protect their valueables especially when you are on some tour or pleasent trips.

Look at this picture here. Isn’t easy and good.

Innovative Product

Reef Stash Sandals

Make sure that you don't loose your sandals. :)

Build your own Family Tree

August 27th, 2008 2 comments

Have you ever tried to put all your relatives in a single chart(Family Tree)?

All of a sudden I got a sparkle to build a Family Tree. A family tree of my own. When I searched on the Google, I came across many websites which provide a way to build a Family Tree.

After a short comparison I found that which suit my requirements. You need to register first to build your website.

This website provides an easy way to build a family tree in simple steps.  Once you add the names of your relatives, you would be able to find the relationship of any two individual persons in a tree like structure.

You can also add the names, birth days, anniversaries and other important/miscellaneous notes for each person.

If you don’t want these information to be shared/published to public, you can still restrict the site(Family Tree) you built by providing a password. (When you want to share with your friends and relatives share the password too).

You can also add photos to get a photo tree of your relatives.

The entire service is free of cost provided by There are few more advanced features for paid users on report generations.

So start building a Family Tree of your own. In a matter of one hour you can build your own Family Tree. It would definitely be a a fun filled/useful time pass.

The image shown below is a sample tree of British Royal Family.


False Proof : 1 = -1

August 22nd, 2008 Comments off

False Proof is one of the concepts in Mathematics. This is a quite interesting area. One of my Mathematics professor started his first class with the following question.

Can you prove 1 = -1?

We all said nope.

Then he went to the blackboard and wrote the following proof.

Version 1:

False Proof 1 = -1

Amazing. Isn’t? This is called False Proof.

There is one more way to prove 1 = -1.

Version 2 :

False Proof 1 = -1

Now let us see, how is this possible?

Let us take the first proof (False Proof)

The rule  isrootxy generally valid only if at least one of the two numbers x or y is positive, which is not the case here. Alternatively, one can view the square root as a 2-valued function over the complex numbers; in this case both sides of the above equation evaluate to {1, -1}.

How about the second version? Is that true? The answer is false again. Below is the explanation.

The equation a bc = (a b )c, when b and/or c are fractions, is generally valid only when a is positive, which is not the case here, leading to an invalid proof.

Cool Firefox tip

August 20th, 2008 Comments off

FoxkehThis one is a simple cool tip on Firefox.

If you want to view a .com site, then simply type the name and press Ctrl+Enter.

“Ctrl+Enter” will add www. as suffix and .com as prefix. Most of us know this. This works in Internet Explorer also.

What if you want to view a .org or .net websites?

Type the site name and press Ctrl+Shift+Enter for .org websites.

Type the site name and press Shift+Enter for .net websites.

Type the site name and press Ctrl+Enter for .com websites.

Enjoy browsing in Firefox.