Thursday, October 26, 2006

The Uniqueness of the Human Brain

Wednesday, October 25, 2006


XGL is an X server built on OpenGL. And it is impressive. :)

Sunday, October 08, 2006


Saturday, October 07, 2006

Is it not possible for a Yahoo! or Google to show me online (on IM) whenever I am using any of their services? Well.. Must not be a problem. This is when I am actually not logged into IM using either the IM client (or mail as in GMail).
Now, first question : How will I receive a message sent to me when am not logged into IM? This is where toolbar can come into the picture. The toolbar can show a flashing icon when someone is attempting to get in touch with me. I can then (obviously) choose to either login to IM and respond or switch my status to offline. The default will be to show a person offline.
Second question : Usage model / Users. I have no idea who will find this useful or what usage models can be developed around this. If any readers of this post have ideas, leave a comment or blog about ur ideas. Don’t forget to leave a link. :)

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Can web based email clients (Yahoo! Mail, Google Mail etc) split large attachments into smaller pieces on the fly when an email is being sent, and at the receiver's side, recombine the parts on the fly into the whole.
There's one feature in GMail that I liked a lot, multiple photo attachments in a single mail are archived downloaded as one zip/tar file. Was cool.