Saturday, January 12, 2008

Electronic commerce, commonly known as e-commerce or eCommerce, consists of the buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks. The amount of trade conducted electronically has grown dramatically since the spread of the Internet. A wide variety of commerce is conducted in this way, spurring and drawing on innovations in electronic funds transfer, supply chain management, Internet marketing, online transaction processing, electronic data interchange (EDI), inventory management systems, and automated data collection systems. Modern electronic commerce typically uses the World Wide Web at least at some point in the transaction's lifecycle, although it can encompass a wider range of technologies such as e-mail as well. e-commerce is buying things from the internet but many people are unsure about its reliabilty as there are many unreputable vendors.

A small percentage of electronic commerce is conducted entirely electronically for "virtual" items such as access to premium content on a website, but most electronic commerce involves the transportation of physical items in some way. Online retailers are sometimes known as e-tailers and online retail is known as e-tail. E-commerce or electronic commerce is generally considered to be the sales aspect of e-business.

Ashop commerce is helping a great deal in the field of ecommerce with it's ecommerce software (the shopping cart software)as I have already said in one of my previous posts.AshopCommerce shopping carts are integrated with all major banks, gateways and third party processors including PayPal (full functionality integration). This helps the users since all will not have their accounts in the same bank.

Friday, January 11, 2008

I find these ads are unteresting....
How about you???

How to make Hot Ice?
The idea sounds crazy??
But it is possible indeed....
The video shows how to do it..
It is a small video so all can check it out and feel the power of science which I felt!!!

Read these FAQ's after seeing the video

Q: can you drink it
A: yes but i strongly recomend you dont! it could even be dangerous
Q: does it explode?
A: no thats just a rumour. its a metal
Q: is it in hand warmers?
A: yes.
Q: is it hot or cold
A: hot, its 50-60 degrees
Q: what if you kept your finger in?
A: the water would freeze and you would have a block of hot ice on your finger.
Q: does your skin burn?
A: you can easyly bath in 50-60 degrees warm water so of course your skin wohnt burn
Q: put it in a drink?
A: it would be a kinda deadly joke. but i dont think its actually possible comparing freeze temperatures the drink would never get cold enough... alcohol is warm and would heat the chemicals at any degrees before its freezing state. its only possible with water i think.
Q: is it a dick?
A: no, its hot ice

Reception of Bill Gates' office at Microsoft

Car of Bill Gates

Thatz amazing indeed....

Thursday, January 10, 2008

A team of organized criminals are installing equipment on legitimate bank ATM's in at least 2 regions to steal both the ATM card number and the PIN. The team sits nearby in a car receiving the information transmitted wirelessly over weekends and evenings from equipment they install on the front of the ATM (see photos). If you see an attachment like this, do not use the ATM and report it immediately to the bank using the phone on the front of the ATM.
The equipment used to capture your ATM card number and PIN are cleverly disguised to look like normal ATM equipment. A "skimmer" is mounted to the front of the normal ATM card slot that reads the ATM card number and transmits it to the criminals sitting in a nearby car.
At the same time, a wireless camera is disguised to look like a leaflet holder and is mounted in a position to view ATM PIN entries.

The thieves copy the cards and use the PIN numbers to withdraw thousands from many accounts in a very short time directly from the bank ATM.

Equipment being installed on front of existing bank card slot.

The equipment as it appears installed over the normal ATM bank slot.

The PIN reading camera being installed on the ATM is housed in an innocent looking leaflet enclosure.

The camera shown installed and ready to capture PIN's by looking down on the keypad as you enter your PIN !

Be aware!!

Make others aware of this information.

Monday, January 7, 2008

Is it possible to bite your nose?
OMG!!!This man proved it!!!

Sunday, January 6, 2008

Dear readers,
I am addressing this post to all my readers.
I am very glad with my site rank!
It is now 8 lakh 79 thousand and odd.
I started this blog with an aim of taking it to the top 10 lakh sites.
And I have reached it only because of you!
Thanks a million readers.

The first week after the new year has not been exactly as happy as I wanted the new year to be.
I had some problems in my college.Then India lost the match which was due to Australians cheating us.And when I was thinking all was lost,my site rank has come in as a well needed tonic to my mind.

On the test match,the Indians,right from the word go, they were up against a stiff Australian side but when they took the field, they had other opponents to face as well. On Day 1, Australia were 50 odd for 2 when Ponting was given not out by umpire Mark Benson. The Indians overcame that and had the Australians reeling at 134 for 6. Some time later, Symonds was adjudged not out by umpire Steve Bucknor, again a clear edge which only Bucknor was unaware of. Some more time later, the third umpire joined the party, a stumping appeal was turned down against Symonds with his foot on the line. He went onto score his career best score and with another decision going in favour of him, a stumping appeal not even referred to the third umpire by Bucknor. Then comes the Indian innings, Jaffer was bowled off a no ball but it went unnoticed. Then came the Aussie second innings, Hussey was caught behind but given not out. He was out lbw some time later but given not out. Then came the final innings. Rahul Dravid was given out caught behind when the ball was nowhere close to the bat, Ganguly was given out despite Clarke having grassed the catch twice and Dhoni and RP Singh were at the wrong end of marginal decisions. It might seem like a case of sour grapes but had so many decisons not gone against them then perhaps India would have ended up with a 200 run first innings lead. Decisions go wrong as to err is human but the consistency, obviousness and timing of the decisions was so much against India, that they cannot stop themselves from feeling unlucky. Australia retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy as they cannot lose this series anymore and they had won the last edition. All India can do is take this match as an inspiration for them to come back hard at Australia in the forthcoming games.

Same inspiration applies to me as well.

This MouseFone is yet another entry to the mouse-phone combo family, and it looks pretty ergonomic complete with a rather dynamic color scheme. I just hope the white plastic on its exterior won't fade to an ugly shade of stained yellow in due time - a problem that plagues many a lightly-colored device. Features from the mouse point of view includes the standard 800 DPI optical sensor, while as a VoIP handset, it comes with an integrated microphone and speaker, volume control, a dot-matrix called ID, an OLED display and a keypad. The MouseFone is smart enough to know when it is supposed to run as a mouse and function as a phone, but should all else fail (you can never be too sure with technology) there is always a manual switch.