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Top Maa Durga Puja & Ayudha Puja Wallpapers Photo Image

Ayudha Puja is an integral part of the Dasara festival (festival of triumph), a Hindu festival which is traditionally celebrated in India. It is also called “Astra Puja”, the synonym for Ayudha Puja. in Tamil Nadu as Ayuda Pujai (Tamil: ஆயுத பூஜை) and in Kerala as Ayudha Puja. The festival falls on the ninth day or Navami of the bright half of Moon’s cycle of 15 days (as per Almanac) in the month of September/October, and is popularly a part of the Dasara or Navaratri or Durga Puja or Golu festival.

Ayudha Puja and Maa Durga Puja Wallpapers

Durga puja  2011

Durga puja 2011





Ayudha Puja images 2011

Ayudha Puja images 2011

Ayudha Puja images 2011

Ayudha Puja images 2011

Happy Ayudha Puja ஆயுத பூஜை


Web Apps to Save You Time at Work

Web tools saves work

Web Apps to Save You Time at Work

1)PrintFriendly–Distills web content into clean, ad-free documents. Also generates PDFs that retain links and other formatting.

2)Vector Magic–Translates standard web images into scalable vector art that looks professional.

3)Dummy Image–Easily snags placeholder images from your bookmarks bar that you can size and drag to your document until your real image is in hand.

4)SimplyNoise–A white noise generator that helps tune out noisy coworkers.

5)ShowMeWhatsWrong–A way for you to help tech-troubled associates who can record up to five minutes of their on-screen troubles which the app will upload, process and email to you so you can figure out what’s wrong instead of trouble-shooting blind.

Credits Inc.

Create Custom QR Codes for Your Digital Life

QR codes have been all the rage this year for big brands, and now ordinary consumers and small businesses can get in on the fun, too. JumpScan lets users create customized QR codes that combine all your contact information, including social media profiles, for on-the-go sharing.

Think of it as a QR-powered iteration of or especially intended for mobile phones.

It’s also a lot like a next-gen version of Contxts and similar services, but it uses your phone’s camera instead of SMS for a smoother experience with fewer actions between meeting and contacting a person.

As a user, when you sign up for a JumpScan account, you’ll get to create a mobile landing page by entering your contact information. You can add your e-mail address, phone number, Facebook profile, Twitter and Flickr feeds and more.

Once you generate your own code, anyone with a smart phone can snap a picture of the image to be automatically redirected to your own JumpScan page.

Here’s a quick demo video showing how the app works:

Credits: Mashable

Best 10 Sites for Creating Digital Comics

  1. Pixton
  2. ToonDoo Spaces
  3. Comic Master
  4. Bitstrips
  5. Stage’D
  6. Make Beliefs Comix
  7. Super Hero Squad Show
  8. Chogger
  9. Comic Creator
  10. Witty Comics

Learn Language Online

Link: Livemocha

Usage: Tutorial For  Language learning.

Screen : How to learn language


Time CNN Review:

Livemocha offers basic instructional tutorials and exercises in some 30 different languages, but the service’s real value is in its community. Livemocha has assembled more than 6 million members, each listing fluency and linguistic skills. When submitting an exercise, you have the option to get someone in the community to grade your effort, correcting your pitfalls and helping you hone your skills through the careful lens of a native speaker. It’s a social approach to learning a language, and one that’s cheaper than pricey software like Rosetta Stone — basic courses are free, and utilizing the community costs only a small monthly fee.

10 browser Add On to improve Surfing easy

1. LastPass: When you’re logged into LastPass, it saves your passwords as you enter them. When it detects a new login, LastPass prompts you to save the site so when you return, you can simply hit the auto login button on the LastPass icon. This award-winning add-on offers many additional features, and keeps your data secure as well.

2. Zamzar: The add-on Zamzar will save you a great deal of time. Say, you want to post a picture to Facebook, but it’s not a jpeg, or you want to watch a movie from YouTube, but in your Windows Media Player instead. This add-on lets you convert files effortlessly, giving you more control over your media.

3. Yoono: This add-on allows you to update your Facebook, Twitter, AIM and more, all in one place. You can post links and photos through the simple toolbar, and keep your friends updated across all of your networks.

4. Shareaholic: As customizable as it gets and extremely user-friendly, this add-on helps you stay on top of real-time news. You can share your favorite finds on up to 100 social networks with just one click through the comprehensive interface, allowing you do de-clutter your screen with less-perfect toolbars.

5. DownThemAll: In a hurry? This add-on helps programs download up to 400% faster. You can pause the download and resume it later. Plus, you can customize the settings to download only the images or links you need.

6. Greasemonkey: This is the ultimate add-on for control freaks, allowing you to alter any component of a webpage through simple scripts. You can customize the interaction of a webpage, change its design, add your own toolbars…the options are endless.

7. Adblock Plus: Pop-ups and banners can be distracting and time consuming. Adblock Plus keeps them from opening in the first place, so you only see the content you intended to. Set the filters to allow for specific types of ads, and block others.

8. Cooliris: The Cooliris add-on presents media from any website on a 3-D wall, saving you the effort of clicking through the site. Scroll through photo albums, search for videos, and zoom in for a closer view. You can watch the content as a slideshow or in full-screen format.

9. ieSpell: Many text boxes don’t offer a spell check function, like when responding to a blog post or online forum. ieSpell fills this gap. Now you can be certain that your t’s are crossed and i’s are dotted…and catch errors before they’re permanent.

10. PagMan: Productivity is overrated, and isn’t everyone bored with solitaire? This fun add-on is based on the classic Pac-Man game, and will help you recharge your creative batteries for hours on end.

4 Top Remote Access Of Computers Using Internet



2. iRemotePC

3. TeamViewer

4. CrossLoop

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