Random Web Discoveries and Interesting Stories on the Internet
Phonetic alphabets are very useful for spelling complex words and names over the phone.
Travelling by Indian Railways? Here are some good websites that will help you check the seat availability in various trains and you can also book your rail tickets online.
There are many ways to download a Youtube video, but none simpler than this. Just add “pwn” before the Youtube video and you’re done !
Remember those coloring books with those clearly outlined comic characters you could fill colors in ?
If you have been looking for a name for your baby, NameVoyager, a simple tool that displays US baby name trends by letter (or phrases) with data going back to late 19th century, could be very useful.
While normal images have been long used to secretly hide and transfer your documents, you can now do the same with ASCII art as well.
Here is a simple trick Windows command to check how long your computer has been on.
The short answer, according to the site How Old is the Internet, is that the Internet is 25 years and 11 months old.
M Lavinashree, a 9 year old girl from Tamil Nadu, has now become the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional, a record previously held by a 10 year old Pakistani girl, Arfa Karim.
Sticky Screen is a simple online version of the yellow desktop sticky notes that you can set as your browser homepage.
Twitter Venn helps you track the relative popularity of various topics on Twitter and how these conversations overlap with each other.
The Instant ASCII Cam takes a live video feed (like your webcam, from instance) and converts it to an ASCII art animation.
Amit Agarwal is a web geek and founder of Digital Inspiration, a popular tech & how-to website since 2004 ..read more