According to the judeges of Wharton School, Internet and broadband are the top top innovation in the past 30 years.
Top innovation list (according to Wharton School)
- Internet, broadband
- PC and laptop computers
- Mobile phones
- DNA testing and sequencing
- Magnetic resonance imaging
- Fiber optics
- Office software
- Laser/robotic surgery
- Open-source software
- Light-emitting diodes
- Liquid crystal display
- GPS devices
- E-commerce and auctions
- Media file compression
- Phtovoltaic solar energy
- Large-scale wind turbines
- Internet social networking
- Graphic user interface (GUI)
- Digital photography/videography
- RFID and applications (e.g., EZ Pass)
- Genetically modified plants
- Bio fuels
- Bar codes and scanners
- SRAM flash memory
- Anti retroviral treatment for AIDS
Sometime back I wrote a post Cool service to check your username availability.
This service is no more available as it is brought down by its owner.
However, here I am listing two websites which can be used as alternate to usernamecheck.com.
Check Username Online
Check Username Online
From these services, you can check more than 80 Social Media websites.
Use the above two sites to find a username that brands yourself online.
What will you do when a website is not available in your browser?
First thing you want to do is to check whether any website is down only for you or the enitre world.
How can you check this? Here is a cool utility which will tell you whether the website is down only for you or not.
Related : Notify website status
Chrome replaced Firefox in Google Pack
Recently I have published a post about Google Chrome not in Google Pack.
Now Mozilla Firefox has been replaced by Chrome in Google Pack, after chrome had come out of it’s beta versions.
But still we have Mozilla Firefox at the bottom of the list in Google Pack. And this is being kept as an optional software.
This is a clear indication that Google now wants to give Chrome to its user.
Will this make any negetive impact on Firefox?
In the past years, Firefox was promoted by Google in a major way. Now Firefox had grown big in the browsers industry and it no longer required Google’s promotion.
Also not most of the internet users will download Google Pack.
If your favourite website is down, is there any way to let you know once it is up again?
Yes, Ding It’s Up! provide a cool service by mailing/texting you the website down time or up time.
“Ding It’s Up is a free service that alerts you via text (SMS), twitter or email when a website goes down or when it comes back up…”
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There are so many services available over the net to check the domain availability. This one is something different from the others.
Whenever you search for the domain name, it will auto refresh for every key stroke and provide the results.
Its really a cool service to check your Domain Name availability.