Mattress Queen: Quick tips on Mattress buying guide

November 3, 2008 at 8:28 pm (Blogs, Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , )

I like to stumble. This is how i kill my time in office when all the others are playing solitaire. And in the process, i discover sites of great use. My today’s discovery is,

Mattress Queen guide

http://www.mattressqueen.org

I am in the process of moving into a new place for which I plan to buy a sweet queen sized mattress. With no prior mattress buying experience, this site gave me a good set of basic knowledge, atleast enough to make sure I do not get fooled at the hands of one of those experienced pretty sales ladies.

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12v Battery: Portable Power at your service

July 5, 2009 at 2:32 pm (Uncategorized)

Battery comes to our minds when there is a power outage. With the increase in teh outages, more and more people are turning towards backup power systems. For such purposes, a new website has been launched with the applications, uses, safety and information about batteries, specifically 12v bateries. You can point your browsers

http://12vbattery.info

Generators and Uninterrupted Power Supplies are the most popular backup power systems in the market. While generators have their advantage, they can be a hassle due to the noise they produce and the maintainance they require. A UPS, however, is a relatively carefree piece of kit. It has a battery charging circuitry attached to a 12v battery, its quiet, though not quite as efficient as the generator but integrates seamlessly into the household electric setup.

There are various 12 volt batteries that can be used in a UPS. There is the lead acid car battery and then there is the maintance free or the sealed lead acid battery which can be used. Usually a 12 volt battery with a high amperage is used to provide stable portable power.

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Moto RAZR 2 is here

November 2, 2007 at 5:41 pm (Technology) (, , , )

Lo and behold!! Motorola RAZR 2 is finally here and the wait is over.

To better things, motorola has released two version of its ultra popular MOTO RAZR phone. MOTO RAZR 2 V9 and MOTO RAZR 2 V8.

Both the phones carry the sexy design of their older brother MOTO RAZR, make it even more sleeker and the phones are filled with a host of new features.

To get more information about this phone, check out this site dedicated to this sexy phone. Its motorazr2.info 

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A new Horse on the block

July 26, 2007 at 8:15 am (Blogs)

Horse riding is a great sport. Its physical, its tough, at least in the beginning, and its manly (most do it just for this part).

There is a new site dedicated to this sport and its aptly called the Horse Jump.  The site is about Horse Nutrition and food.

It also covers horse racing and has some good pictures of horse racing as well as some jumping horses.

So go and visit the site and enjoy.

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Want Solution Manuals? Got Solution Manuals

July 5, 2007 at 11:15 am (Blogs)

Ever wished on an exam night that it would’ve been something if you had a solution to the problems in the book? I guess you did, even if you found the solution manual somewhere it wasn’t free; out of the frying pan into the fire.

Quit crying already, someone’s got a solution to your solution manual worries. Now there is a site dedicated to these student solutions, it’s a community based site and best of its free, yea you read correctly, it free. So ya’ll quit worrying and point your browsers to www.solutionmanual.net and get a hold of a copy of the solution manual you want.

Although they’ve just started, they look promising, at least by the look of the website, which does look professional. At the end of the day, it’s the community of users who make or break such a site and I feel that more users should join so that it becomes a useful resource for the rest of us.

So what are you waiting for, point your browsers to http://solutionmanual.net

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PublicToilet.org: Unethical Views of Unethical Politics

October 28, 2006 at 7:38 pm (PublicToilet)

A concept lies behind the existence of every thing. Vague and encompassing but a true statement nonetheless. A concept is what defines structure and function of something, anything.

A Public Toilet can be regarded as a utility; and this utility, though very important, is easily disregarded as something gross for obvious reasons. The working mechanism of a public toilet is fairly simple. One can enter it, answer nature’s call, and then leave it. The local incarnation of the public toilet is commonly referred to as the ‘Awami Latrine’ (pronounced awaami latrrrreeeeeeeeen, emphasis on r’s and e’s) and a small fee is often charged for the use of it. Though vandalism of the toilet structure is a trait common to all the people of the world, it is more pronounced in this part of the world that is the southern Asia. The reasons behind it are primarily to satisfaction of the artistic hunger. This can be observed in the form of vulgar, though a treat to watch, graffiti. Employees of various telephone companies also frequent the various outlets of public toilets; a proof of which is the presence of the telephone directory on the walls of this public hangout.

Now coming to the PublicToilet.org. This website is about the actions and events of people who find it difficult to differentiate between a public toilet and things other than a public toilet like life, government, politics, and the whole DAMN WORLD apart from a public toilet that is.

So where is this similarity between the actions that take place in a public toilet and that in, for example, politics? Consider Pakistani politics. A political candidate pays a small fee to enter the political arena a.k.a. the toilet, answer’s nature call by eating the toilet rather than excreting in it, and then simply leaves or stays a little longer, thanks to some illicit connections with ‘the man standing outside’.

The international scenario is no different but in that it is someone else’s toilet that is being vandalized.

RC

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PublicToilet.org: Unethical Views of Unethical Politics

October 28, 2006 at 7:18 pm (PublicToilet)

A concept lies behind the existence of every thing. Vague and encompassing but a true statement nonetheless. A concept is what defines structure and function of something, anything.

A Public Toilet can be regarded as a utility; and this utility, though very important, is easily disregarded as something gross for obvious reasons. The working mechanism of a public toilet is fairly simple. One can enter it, answer nature’s call, and then leave it. The local incarnation of the public toilet is commonly referred to as the ‘Awami Latrine’ (pronounced awaami latrrrreeeeeeeeen, emphasis on r’s and e’s) and a small fee is often charged for the use of it. Though vandalism of the toilet structure is a trait common to all the people of the world, it is more pronounced in this part of the world that is the southern Asia. The reasons behind it are primarily to satisfaction of the artistic hunger. This can be observed in the form of vulgar, though a treat to watch, graffiti. Employees of various telephone companies also frequent the various outlets of public toilets; a proof of which is the presence of the telephone directory on the walls of this public hangout.

Now coming to the PublicToilet.org. This website is about the actions and events of people who find it difficult to differentiate between a public toilet and things other than a public toilet like life, government, politics, and the whole DAMN WORLD apart from a public toilet that is.

So where is this similarity between the actions that take place in a public toilet and that in, for example, politics? Consider Pakistani politics. A political candidate pays a small fee to enter the political arena a.k.a. the toilet, answer’s nature call by eating the toilet rather than excreting in it, and then simply leaves or stays a little longer, thanks to some illicit connections with ‘the man standing outside’.

The international scenario is no different but in that it is someone else’s toilet that is being vandalized.

RC

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Hello world!

September 30, 2006 at 6:25 pm (Uncategorized)

Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging!

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