Saturday, 16 June 2012

FameLab 2012 - The Grand Final

Yesterday, 15th of July, Cheltenham as usual, hosts Beautiful Science Festival...
In 2011 they presented it live, that time i was in the military, and was following it online...
This year organizers developed it and asked alumni to vote online, via sms, twitter and Facebook

As Kathy Sykes mentioned, all of participants are the winners :)
They covered all aspects of life: sperm, 3d-cinema, paper, beer, love, phones, frogs and all other interesting topics.

Greedy organizers hid from us semi-final topics :)

Thanks to Lyubov Kostova and Quentin Cooper who mentioned Azerbaijan and remembered Eurovision.

The most hilarious words were the final words "Thank you Azerbaijan"

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

why really USA wants BlackBerry back

In the morning, right before going to have a few hours sleep,
I opened a Google Reader, and read a title: "why USA wants blackberry back"
I was expecting to read about global masonry, and global spy program,
but instead of that i found some numbers of iPhone and other bullshit
The only reason why USA wants Blackberry back, is that everything is going through RIM servers, which RIM sells to countries.
That's, the only reason, instead of searching content on google'syahoo'sskype's and other IM companies servers, it is better to support and spy for one company...

Good morning :)

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

"find attached" and forget to attach

Recently i was preparing to send some files by mail.
My message consisted of such words as "Please find attached file".
And accidentally I have forgotten to attach those files.
When I tried to send my mail, gmail gave me an error: "you wrote please find attached, but didn't attach any file".
I want to tell thank yo for the gmail team, for optimizing our communication even using mail system.

Thursday, 5 January 2012

a timeline of a project

  • Started doing a project
  • Download Cakephp2, JQuery, Facebook plugin
  • Layout is ready
  • Facebook plugin, Twitter plugin is done

To be continued...

Friday, 26 August 2011

Embedded Serial Number Helps Photographer Find His Stolen Camera

A photographer, John Heller, had $9,000 worth of gear stolen at a shoot in Hollywood. After giving up all hope of ever getting his Nikon D3 back, he checked with a site called GadgetTrak that scans Flickr and other image upload sites for photos matching the serial number of his DSLR.
In a few seconds he had found shots with serial numbers matching his D3 belonging to a professional photographer. With the help of the police he got his gear back and now the tracking service is a recommend site for LAPD detectives on the hunt for fugitive cameras.
Want to give it a try? You can search the service for free. It currently holds 10 million serial numbers and it checks sites like and Flickr for recent shots. Also note that you should probably write down your camera’s serial number ASAP for this to work correctly at all.
A lot of these posts are a bit self serving but it’s great to see folks reunited with their gadgets so often these days (this tale of a stolen laptop is particularly stirring) that it makes me wonder why anyone tries to gank anything electronic anymore.

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Thursday, 14 April 2011

Re-post this if you're against bullying and stereotyping..

‎"..a 15 year old girl holds her 1 year old son; people call her a slut. But no one knew she was raped at 13. Make fun of someone for being fat, but you don't know that person has a serious medical condition that causes her to be obese. Call the old guy ugly, but you don't know he got a serious face injury after serving the country or saving a life..

Re-post this if you're against bullying and stereotyping.."