An Engineer’s Hobby


After four years of my Btech life and the numerous electronics projects I did, I found my room overwhelming with broken components and fried up chips, all adding to the great e-waste. I had many ICs including a Pentium 4 processor some micro controller chips and even a DDR RAM. I felt like my room …

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Toshiba L750 – A Review


Toshiba is showing clear signs of dominating the laptop Industry by its new array of products. I recently purchased a Toshiba L750 and I bought the product half heartedly because Dell was my favourite brand. But over the last two months Toshiba has amazed me with its performance and elegance. Toshiba has always produced laptops …

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Increasing Productivity with Open Source Tools


In this post I would like to share with my readers some free and open source software that can help you to improve your productivity by organizing your tasks and help you to efficiently utilize your time. GTimeLog In many occassions we may all have felt that 24hrs is not enough in a day. But …

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SPINTRONICS


This is based on the study conducted by me for the Btech Seminar the Seminar presentation can be downloaded from here In our conventional electronic devices charge of electron used to achieve functionalities and also semi conducting materials for logical operation and magnetic materials for storage, but spintronics manipulates the electron spin and resulting magnetic …

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FOSS: THE REVOLUTION OF THE DIGITAL AGE


About 27 years back in 1984 at the AI lab of MIT a hacker Richard Mathew Stallman frustrated by the commercialization of the then popular operating system unix and rise of proprietary softwares set out to launch a revolution that was about to change the Software industry. A revolution that would liberate programmers to think …

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A tribute To teachers


In both western and eastern cultures there has always been a respectable position for teachers.The ancient greeks,romans, persians , Indians all have stories of great teachers. The sanskrit word Guru means the one who removes darkness. Teachers are always seen as the torch bearers, the ones who show the path. According to the Indian culture …

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If you could go back in time and relive one day of your life, which would you choose?


Hmmmm..... a very confusing topic............Still when I look back my school days were my best days. And to choose one day among them would be unfair because all were the best so rather I should wish to relive 6-7 years of my life. But now for the sake of this post I would like to …

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Your Chance to be a Hero this Independence day


Everyone wants to be a hero, everyone has fantasized about saving the planet  and thats why super hero comics have always inspired us. Now you have a Golden Opportunity to save the planet, to be a super hero-To SAVE THE PLANET. We all know mother Earth is the place we've got, and its our only …

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The Rebel Code Hacked


Introduction It has not been a bed of roses for Linux and FOSS .As it has been with alll revolutions in the world history,Linux and FOSS have had tough time.But now the Sun is shining over Linux. 19 years back Linus Trovalds a computer Science student first posted about his ‘minix clone’.No one expected it …

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