The female reporter in this video, is thousands of miles away from the studio.
She was projected as if she is inside the studio using “Hologram Technology”.
This is the first time this has ever been done on live program. AMAZING!
- Have you ever imagine, how are your website URL requests travelling to its host server?
- What if you know the travelling path of your network packets?
- Do you want to travel along your network packets?
Recently I came across an interesting online tool which tracks the path of any URL request path till its destination.
YouGetSignal provides this feature to know about the path of the Internet packets.
youGetSignal says, “The visual trace route tool displays the path Internet packets traverse to reach a specified destination. The tool works by identifying the IP addresses of each hop along the way to the destination network address. The estimated geophysical location of each hop is identified using MaxMind’s GeoIP database. After all of the hops locations’ are identified, the path to the destination is plotted on a Google Map.
Visit YouGetSignal and give any website URL in the Remote Address text box and click on Proxy Trace; you will get the IP packet traverse path.
Google is releasing its new browser, Google Chrome today. Official blog of google published an article on this.
Google also published a comic book to explain the features of Google Chrome. You will find some interesting features in this comic book.
As it is a open source project, this would definitely give tough competition to Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla FireFox. On the other side, Microsoft is very busy in releasing Microsoft Internet Explorer 8. Recently Microsoft released the beta version of IE 8. Because of Google Chrome release, the browser war now just got more interesting.
I am very curious to experience Google Chrome. You can download Google Chrome here. Please note that, It is yet to be released.
Mouse click is the basic event and we click the mouse so often. Can you imagine a world of websites and computers where there is no Mouse Clicks?
To experience this No Mouse Click world please visit www.dontclick.it webssite.
This website says, “Within this interface you won’t find any buttons.Instead you navigate the contents in a different way. You will get a hang of it immediately.
So please prepare yourself mentaly for the new situation…”
I am sure taht this is an amazing project to experience a new feature(less).
Get, set, (Don’t) Click www.dontclick.it
The image below is the new way of teaching English Alphabets. If you are a web2.0 techi, you would be able to understand.
Have you got all 26 alphabets?