11 October, 2009

How to post on a blog when you have no ideas

Well first of all the instant that you don’t have a topic to post on your blog is the most beneficial moment in a bloggers life as far I know because at that moment when you start writing just in the post there is like a flow of ideas popping into your head. What to do when this happens to you ??? for one thing …. Get a notepad and write all those ideas down cause they are something that your own mind created and hence they are unique. Like rightnow … would you believe I ran out of ideas to post today so I just started typing and all of a sudden a unique post was created that comprises of my own words, phrases, ideas and even mistakes. That’s what counts when you want to make a totally original blog :)

Ok so now that you got all your ideas in front of you in your notepad, just go through them and look at which topics that you can post on easily, (This is important so pay attention) the ideas on which you can post easily?? Just cut them off… Yeh you read correctly … cut them off … that’s cause the easy one’s are always the one’s that many others have written on also. The one’s that you may find difficult on your list are the one’s you should concentrate on. Select one topic from the hard one’s that you think you can blog on ( now don’t start a blog just yet okay !!! ).

What you wanna do at this moment is just get on the net and get all the information you can get on that topic, print the info… yes print it cause keeping bookmarks is not that efficient when you wanna make an original blog… cause reading from papers gives you more time to concentrate on a subject and hence it gives you more ideas :)

Ok now that you have done all the research, the head spinning ideas searching thing., now its time for the real thing ??? whats that ??? Well Dah ! Blogging :) Now what you wanna do is choose a good URL Link for you site or blog this is important cause the topic of your blog should be in it cause it depends on people to get to your blog … what this is about that is when people search for like blog ideas there are hundreds even thousands of pages out there that give you results but we wanna attract those people direct to your blog by getting on the top list of search results :) that’s done by marketing and posting unique posts :)

After you have decided on a Url, now comes the Topic !!! This is what your blog is about so be frank and explain it in your own words :)

Now comes the post :) this is totally upto you cause I can’t tell you what to post and what not to post :) just make sure that you mention the topic of your blog in all your posts and be original … don’t copy and paste stuff from somewhere else ok !!!

Include a picture??? You may think … is it really important??? well yeh it is actually .. 40% of all searches done on yahoo, msn and google are image posts :) so be sure to include 1 :) and make it an original like edit it in paint or adobe and write your name and link at the bottom on the image to make it your property :)

Now its time to preview your post :) make sure it looks homely and simple to attract people :) and Publish :)

Now what ??? Now your Done …

Post a minimum of one original post everyday this ensures that your blog link will be included in search engines and that your blog is upto date also :)

Now all I can say is Best of luck :) And if you Like this Post and wish to copy paste … then please link back to this blog so I can get some credit also cause as you know :) the universe revolves around itself sooner or later and the more you help it out the better it works out for you :)

Bye and Best of Luck :)

08 October, 2009

How to clear web browser's cache and cookies?

Internet Explorer 8

  1. From the Safety menu in the upper right, click Delete Browsing History... .

  2. Check Temporary Internet files, Cookies, and History, and then click Delete.

Internet Explorer 7

  1. From the Tools menu in the upper right, select Delete Browsing History.

  2. Next to "Temporary Internet Files", click Delete files... .

    To delete your cookies, click Delete Cookies.

  3. Click Close, and then click OK to exit.

Firefox 3.5 for Windows

  1. From the Tools menu, select Clear Recent History... .

  2. From the Time range to clear: drop-down menu, select the desired range; to clear your entire cache, select Everything.

  3. Click the down arrow next to "Details" to choose what history elements to clear (e.g., check Cookies to clear cookies). Click Clear Now.

Firefox 3 for Windows

From the Tools menu, select Clear Private Data... , and then check Cache and Cookies. Click Clear Private Data Now.


  1. From the Safari menu, select Empty Cache... and Cookies... .

  2. When prompted, click Empty to confirm that you want to empty the cache.

Firefox 3.5 for Mac OS X

  1. From the Tools menu, select Clear Recent History... .

  2. From the Time range to clear: drop-down menu, select the desired range; to clear your entire cache, select Everything.

  3. Click the down arrow next to "Details" to choose what history elements to clear. Click Clear Now.

Firefox 3 for Mac OS X

  1. In Firefox, from the Tools menu, select Clear Private Data.

  2. Make sure Cache and Cookies are checked, and then click Clear Private Data Now.

05 October, 2009

How to use WLAN on Nokia E61

The use of the WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) function on the Nokia E61 allow speeds of up to one (1Mb) Megabit per second as you can connect via your broadband router.

The main issue is that you set need to setup security on you Nokia E61. Both types of security WEP and WPA are supported. You will need to set the encryption key manually on your broadband router, which may mean changing the encryption on PC's that are automatically set up like the broadband router supplied in Windows XP.

Setting up Nokia E61 mobile phone to access via WLAN

Navigating to Connection screen

Click the Menu button
Move the pointer to Tools, Click the button
In the new screen, move pointer to Settings icon
Move down to Connection, Click the button
Move to Access points, Click the button

Click the left button displaying "Options"
From the pop up box and downward button
Select "New access point" from the list
Move button pointer right and Select "Use default settings"

Encryption codes

This code is kept very simple and should be a mixture of numbers hexadecimal . This must match the encryption type and the WEP key on the router.

Setting up Connection screen

The security connection will be (WEP) Wireless Encryption Protocol with the simple key of "0101010101", (10 characters) using 64bit Hexadecimal. This is a very simple key and not recommended for serious strength (because its used in this example).

Whatever the key you MUST keep it safe or people will be able to break into your network.

Click "Connection Name". Set the name "WepNokiaE61". Press left button "Ok".
Move down to "Data Bearer" , Click the button
Select "Wireless LAN" from the list, Press left button "Ok".
Move down to "WLAN netw. name" , Click the button.
Select the "Search for netw" Press left button "Ok".
The pop up says "Searching for WLAN networks"
The pop up now says "Select the WLAN netw"
If you cannot see any networks move nearer to the Wireless LAN router.
Leave the "Network status" as "Public"
Move down to "WLAN netw. mode" , Click the button to select "Infrastructure".
Move down to "WLAN security mode" , Click the button.
Select "WEP" from the list, Press left button "Ok".
Move down to "WLAN security settings" , Click the button.
Select "WEP key in use" from the list, and Click the button.
Select the "#1", Press left button "Ok".
Select "Back"
Leave the "Authentication type" to "Open"
Move down to "WEP key settings" , Click the button.
Select "WEP encryption", Select 64 bits Press left button "Ok".
Move down to "WEP key format" , Click the button.
Select "Hexadecimal" from the list, Press left button "Ok".
Move down to "WEP key" , Click the button.
Select enter simple key of "0101010101", (10 characters),
Press left button "Ok".
Hint: by pressing function key twice lock the keypad in numeric

Click the left button and select exit to get back to Menu and go back to and to test the connection.


To find all near local WLAN.

 Move to "Connect" icon. Click button.
Select "Conn. Mgr" Click button.
Select "Availab. WLAN", Click button.
This displays all available WLAN networks.
Select a network. Click "Options". Select "Details". Click "Select".
The strength of signal is now displayed.
Moving the joystick right will scroll the various WLAN devices.

Source: Nokia

How to usa WLAN on BlackBerry 7270

The BlackBerry Enterprise Solution™ offers on-premises or facility-based workers wireless email, data and Session Initiated Protocol (SIP)-based IP telephony via 802.11b Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs).* Mobilize on-premises workers

The new BlackBerry 7270 Wireless Handheld™ works with BlackBerry Enterprise Server™ v4.0 or higher and 802.11b infrastructure, allowing on-premises workers to enhance their productivity, efficiency and flexibility. Users can move freely throughout their organization's WLAN using SIP-based IP telephony and wireless access to email, browser and organizer applications.

BlackBerry over WLAN requirements

To enable the BlackBerry® Enterprise Solution over WLAN, organizations require:

  • BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.0 or higher
  • BlackBerry 7270 Wireless Handhelds
  • IEEE 802.11b compatible WLAN
  • SIP enabled PBX or SIP server and/or gateway
    (required for SIP-based telephony)

Deliver BlackBerry benefits to a wider user-base

Using the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution over WLAN helps organizations deliver workflow enhancements to employees who require on-premises mobility.

  • Engineers can stay connected to phone and email while roaming from office to plant floor
  • Shift supervisors can wirelessly access intranet information to handle staffing issues
  • Facilities workers can order parts and clear trouble tickets from locations throughout the organization
  • Purchasing agents can place or receive phone calls while on the go and email orders to suppliers from on-site locations
  • Project managers can set up meetings from locations throughout the office campus

The BlackBerry Enterprise Solution over WLAN is a cost-effective way to allow organizations to provide on-premises workers with wireless access to important communications and information using a BlackBerry 7270™ handheld.

Source: BlackBerry

01 October, 2009

How to Buy an All-Purpose Laptop

Looking for good value in a notebook? Here's our all-purpose laptop buying guide for the average Joe.

As an average Joe, you don't demand the fastest machine around, and you certainly don't care about every single bell or whistle that many pricey laptops offer. You need a laptop that offers good value, one that has a couple of key features -- and if it can provide a little extra, so much the better.

You require something portable enough to let you take work on the road, and maybe entertain the kids with a movie. Perhaps it can enable you to play a few casual games in your off hours, and, of course, surf the Web, compose e-mail and juggle Office documents.


Most all-purpose laptops these days offer decent performance. You won't need to expend much effort to find a notebook that can deliver decent video playback and run your office applications at a reasonable clip. Heck, you might even be able to sneak in a bit of casual gaming on the sly.

As for which CPUs to consider -- whether AMD or Intel -- you don't have to lay out a fortune. An Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 Mobile CPU, for example, is plenty for handling Windows Vista's everyday chores. AMD's 2.3GHz Turion X2 Ultra Dual-Core Mobile ZM-84 CPU, also available in value-priced all-purpose portables, doesn't run quite as quickly, but it delivers just enough gusto for a slightly lower price than Intel products.

System memory

The cheapest and best way to get a quick performance boost in any computer is to load up on the RAM. Most machines offer at least 2GB of RAM these days. (One warning: The 32-bit versions of Windows Vista support only about 3GB of RAM; if you plan on ever going higher in your laptop, make sure that you buy a 64-bit version of Vista.) The safe bet is to upgrade memory from the get-go: If you're having your laptop built to order, add RAM then. Upgrading to 3GB or 4GB may seem like overkill initially, but if you want to hang on to the laptop for a while, that extra memory will keep your system motoring longer.

Graphics board (aka GPU)

The GPU can make or break your experience on a laptop, yet this is the first thing the manufacturer will give short shrift to in order to achieve a lower price. At the very least, go for a notebook that offers a discrete graphics board option, even if you're not completely convinced that you'll need it. A GPU can affect the system's performance in ways you may never have considered, so don't dismiss discrete graphics as being a necessity only for gamers. Maybe you want to watch a movie in glorious 720p on the notebook's expansive screen. Or perhaps you'll find yourself charmed by Vista's Aero environment -- all of that eye candy gets a big boost from a graphics processor.

Screen size and native resolution

If you're buying a laptop for general-purpose use, the sweet spot for screen size ranges from 13 to 16 inches, depending on your specific needs. But in considering such sizes, many shoppers fail to take into account the display's native resolution, which is typically too low and can make for some hard-to-read text. It's a personal-preference thing, but I'm partial to laptops with 14-inch screens. That size is just roomy enough to accommodate video well, yet it still makes for a machine that's easy to transport.

If video is your thing, try to steer toward a laptop that offers resolutions capable of wide-screen 720p video. (Hint: If the screen has a resolution above 1280 by 720, it could technically give you a 720p picture, so long as the laptop has the horsepower. For example, the Samsung R610, which has a 1366-by-768-pixel resolution, can handle the job.) Most notebook screens should be able to do that now, but you also need to consider whether the laptop's graphics processor is capable of producing the optimal picture (see above).

Battery life

First, ask yourself how much travel time you'll need with your laptop. On average, an all-purpose notebook will last about 3.5 to four hours on a single charge. If you don't expect to go mobile often, don't bother with a big battery. If you'll be bringing your machine on the road regularly, start looking at higher-capacity batteries for the next long haul. And don't trust vendors' battery-life specs -- many of them quote times for their laptops configured with higher-capacity batteries and with many of the notebook's features turned off (dimming the screen brightness to nothingness and shutting off Wi-Fi, for instance).

Want the straight scoop? Check out our WorldBench 6 test results for laptops (start at our Top 10 All-Purpose Laptops chart). We use a bunch of real-world programs in real-world situations, and we run the notebooks into the ground.

Optical drive

These days, almost every laptop packs a DVD burner -- and many of them offer LightScribe technology for inscribing images or labels on top of specially coated discs. For enjoying high-definition flicks, Blu-ray Disc is the format of choice. Most laptops come standard with a DVD-RW drive, but BD-ROM drives are slowly creeping into all-purpose laptops, too. Of course, adding a BD-ROM drive often means tacking a few extra bucks onto the price tag.


Most all-purpose machines offer three or four USB ports, an SD/Memory Stick flash card reader, a webcam, headphone jacks, VGA ports and Ethernet jacks. And without exception, such notebooks also have at least 802.11g wireless (802.11n should be ubiquitous within the next few months).

Extra features

For the near future, you'll want to have HDMI-out (for high-definition video) and eSATA (for high-speed data transfers). Another addition that notebook makers are including more often as time goes by is a hybrid USB/eSATA port. We're also seeing some all-purpose models with a pass-through charging port, which allows you to charge a USB-powered device through the laptop -- even when it isn't on.

Our all-purpose laptop picks

Selecting one laptop that's perfect for everyday use is a bit tricky, but the Gateway UC7807u hits most of the basic needs for less than $800. It might not be the fastest thoroughbred in the stable (it earned a mark of only 80 in WorldBench 6 tests), but it is fast enough to finish the race -- while carrying a host of features. Gateway manages to cram in both HDMI and VGA video outputs, three USB 2.0 ports, an ExpressCard slot, a flash-card reader, Ethernet, Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n) and Bluetooth. The machine also provides a slot-fed DVD burner and a 5,400-rpm, 320GB hard drive. The UC7807u does have several drawbacks: For one thing, it stumbles in the stamina department, lasting only 3.5 hours in our battery-life tests. This Gateway is also fairly heavy (5.3 pounds) for an all-purpose model with a small screen.

Another all-purpose alternative is the $800 HP Pavilion dv3, which lasted about two hours longer than the Gateway UC7807u did in our battery tests and offers eSATA ports and other great options in a lightweight frame. Unfortunately, the dv3 scored a measly 64 in WorldBench 6. If you're looking for a bigger screen, consider the Dell Studio XPS 16. Its hardy construction and sweet-looking 16-inch screen will grab your attention. Of course, with that high-end display, it will also grab your wallet -- our review unit would set you back about $1,800.

Illustrations by Joe Ciardielo.

Source: MSN,
By Darren Gladstone, PC World

Google Expert Tips: How to Find Anything Fast

Google catalogs an immense amount of data from all over the Web. These tools will help you find and organize just what you want, just how you want it.

The nice people at Google have invented multiple ways to make their core product -- Internet search -- even better. The tips and tricks below will help you improve the precision of the search results Google provides -- and use far fewer keystrokes to get them.

Get to know search operators: Google made its name by delivering powerful search results in response to queries of any level of sophistication, but learning to use Google's search operators can really hone your Google-fu. The Google Help Cheat Sheet rounds up some of the finest, such as define: (for quick dictionary lookups), site: (to return results from a specific Web site) and OR (as in "pc OR world").

Convert nearly any measurement: Aside from working as a simple calculator, Google is also a great tool for converting units of measure. Need to know how many ounces are in a cup? Enter ounces in a cup in Google. Or try something exotic, like how many furlongs are in a league. Google can handle it.

Narrow down your results: Usually you can find what you're looking for on the first page of Google results, but if you need something very specific -- say, a page that was published in the last 24 hours -- click the new Show Options link above your search results. Among other features available is the interactive Wonder Wheel, a spidering graphical representation of queries related to yours.

Navigate results from your keyboard: Google's Experimental Search page is full of fun experiments from the search giant. One of the best is the Keyboard shortcuts experiment, which adds Gmail-like keyboard shortcuts to Google search results; for example, pressing "j" or "k" moves you up or down, respectively, between results.

Find killer desktop wallpaper: Google Image Search is a familiar go-to resource for users seeking new wallpaper, but finding wallpaper that fits your desktop is much easier than you may realize. Go to the Google Advanced Image Search page and click the Use my desktop size link to automatically search for images that exactly fit your desktop dimensions.

Square your results: If you're a hard-core data nerd, give Google Squared a try. This new search tool returns results as structured data in a spreadsheet to help you get a bird's-eye view of the data contained in the results. Search for "DSLR cameras," for example, to compare and contrast prices and resolutions for digital SLRs.

Developer's choice: Quick local searches

"I'm really happy with how easy it is to use local search on Google. Just search for the kind of store you want -- restaurants, for example. We guess your location and show restaurants near you. It's one of my favorite of our lesser-known search tips: www.google.com/landing/searchtips."

-- Jim Muller, Google software engineer

Source: MSN, By Adam Pash, PC World

8 Web Sites That Will Save You Cash

Online services like WishRadar, RetailMeNot and DealLocker can help you find bargains -- and one site will even pay you for searching.

Regular Internet shoppers know the advantages of e-tailing: lower prices, larger selection and the chance to shop in their skivvies. But there are some categories where savings are really pronounced, and if you're not signed up for deal newsletters, or checking for coupons before authorizing a transaction, you might be missing out on even more savings. (Note: Most quoted prices are rounded to the nearest dollar.)

Buy a refurbished laptop or other piece of hardware:
In the market for a new laptop? Maybe one of those spiffy Dell XPS M1530 systems tricked out for entertainment? They start at around $949, but if you're willing to go the refurbished route, you can pick one up for as little as $729. That's the price I found in Dell's Outlet Store (shown below), which is home to all of Dell's desktop and laptop refurbs.

Refurbished items are those that didn't pass a manufacturer's initial quality checks or that were returned for some reason. In both cases, the hardware gets rechecked (and, if necessary, repaired) and restocked, though it can't be sold as new. Hence the often-hefty discounts.
What's the downside? The gear may have dents, scratches, and/or other physical flaws, though nothing that will impact its operation. Also, it usually comes with a shorter-than-average warranty (90 days is typical). Apple is an exception: Refurbished iPods, iMacs and the like come with the same one-year warranty as new items. Same goes for Dell.

For more advice about refurbished laptops, check out the advice from our mobile computing guru, Jim Martin. Interested in a used phone? Here's the scoop.
HP, Lenovo and others sell refurbished PCs directly from their online stores; you can find refurb Blu-ray players, universal remotes, GPS receivers and other electronics at sites like Buy.com, eCost and Newegg. Estimated savings: $220 on a Dell XPS M1530.

Wait for savings to come to you: The Web is awash in discounts, promotions and other ways to save money. For example, WishRadar will notify you via e-mail when the price on one of your Amazon wish-list items drops to where you want it. (Come on, $10 for "Arrested Development" Season 3 on DVD!) Price-comparison site PriceGrabber offers a similar tool: Add any product to your personal shopping list, then set a "target price alert." PriceGrabber will notify you when the item hits that price. (Full disclosure: PriceGrabber powers PCWorld's Shop and Compare feature.)

If you routinely shop at the same stores, sign up for their e-mail newsletters. Borders, CompUSA and eReader are among the e-tailers that offer exclusive discounts to subscribers. Estimated savings: $100 per year based on my shopping habits.

Clip some online coupons: Ever get to the checkout page at an online store and wish you had a juicy discount code? Why not spend a few minutes searching for one? Just pop open a new browser tab and search for the name of the store and the words "coupon code" (or "discount code" or "promotion code"). Or head straight to a code-collecting site like DealLocker or RetailMeNot and look for the latest offers for your store. You may come up empty, but you could also land a code that saves you 10 percent or nets you free shipping. It works about half the time for me, making the search well-worth the effort. Estimated savings: $50 per year based on my shopping habits.

Save on shipping: Speaking of shipping, head to Free Shipping On... to search Amazon and eBay for items that include -- wait for it -- free shipping. You'll also find free-shipping coupons for stores like Best Buy and Staples. Or get an alphabetical list of all the Web's current free-shipping deals at DealTaker.com. Estimated savings: $60 per year based on my shopping habits.

Search (Live) for savings: Microsoft has come up with an incentive program to encourage you to use Live Search (shown above) for your shopping. Just search for the product you want, then compare prices from participating stores. When you make a purchase, Microsoft will give you back a percentage (which varies, depending on the store) in cold, hard cash. Estimated savings: A few bucks here and there.

Source: MSN, By Rick Broida, PC World

4 Ways to Save Money on Software

Think you need a Kindle or Quicken? Think again. These handy pieces of software can fill in for much more expensive alternatives.

Regular PCWorld.com visitors know that for just about every pricey software application or operating system, a freeware or open-source alternative can be found. For example, OpenOffice is often mentioned as a no-cost alternative to Microsoft Office. GIMP and Paint.NET can fill in for Photoshop. And for some advanced users, Linux is considered to be a viable option for Windows.

But here are some lesser-known stars of the free-software universe. In some cases they can even take the place of expensive hardware.

Burn CDs and DVDs: If all you want to do is whip together a mix CD or archive some video files onto a DVD, pricey disc-authoring programs like Nero and Easy Media Creator are probably overkill. Instead, try InfraRecorder, which uses a simple Explorer-style interface to help you burn, baby, burn.
Like its commercial counterparts, InfraRecorder can author all kinds of discs, from data to audio to video. It can also make copies of unprotected discs and burn ISO image files to create bootable CDs and DVDs. Because it's open-source, InfraRecorder does all that without burning any of your cash.

Estimated savings: $100.
Manage your money without spending any: The irony of using Quicken or Microsoft Money to manage your finances is that they both cost money to purchase. If you need a free option, there's an open-source alternative: Gnucash. It manages personal and small-business accounts, creates detailed report graphs, categorizes your cash flow and pulls stock quotes from the Web.
Gnucash can import QIF files from Quicken, and it even has online-banking features so you can reconcile your credit-card and bank statements without entering the data manually. Best of all, Gnucash doesn't "sunset" after two or three years like Quicken and Money. In other words, you won't suddenly find yourself forced to upgrade if you want continued online services and support.
Speaking of online services, if you're comfortable going with a Web-based approach instead of a desktop app, be sure to check out the latest crop of Web-based personal finance apps. Services such as Mint.com, Rudder, Thrive and even Intuit's formerly fee-based Quicken Online are free -- and do a great job of helping you track your various online banking, credit-card, loan and investment accounts. Estimated savings: $20 to $70 per year if you routinely buy the newest version of Quicken or Money.

Read e-books without a Kindle: Much as I love e-books, I'm not a fan of Amazon's Kindle. Why shell out $359 on a bulky, ungainly piece of single-purpose hardware when I can use the hardware I'm already carrying? I'm talking PDAs and smartphones, which I can pack with mainstream fiction and nonfiction titles from services like Fictionwise, eReader (which is powered by Fictionwise) and Mobipocket. Sure, the screens on phones are small, but they're also backlit -- great for reading in bed. iPhone users can even download new books on the fly, no PC required, using the free eReader and Stanza apps. Estimated savings: $359.
Create diagrams online: Need diagrams, but don't have the cash for the widely-used Microsoft Visio program? You could shell out $559 for Microsoft Visio 2007 Professional, $259 for Visio 2007 Standard, or zero for Gliffy. While Gliffy lacks some of Visio's high-end features, the impressive Web-based diagramming tool lets you build flow charts, floor plans and just about any other kind of drawing you want. You can add colors, drop shadows and even gradient fills to your shapes, and collaborate on drawings with other users. All this without a single thing to install or a single dollar spent. Of course, you may want to consider an ad-free Premium account ($5/month), which adds e-mail support and security features, but even in its free form, Gliffy is spiffy. Estimated savings: $259 to $559.

Source: Msn, By Rick Broida, PC World

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