Monday, August 29, 2011

Thoughts For Success

  1. Expect good things to happen.
  2. Enjoy life! You are free and your potential is unlimited.
  3. Release your hidden talents. Create the person you conceive yourself to be.
  4. Delays and frustrations are natural. Be proud of your achievements. Have faith in your destiny.
  5. Decide what you really want.
  6. Take one step at a time. Each accomplishment builds confidence, enthusiasm, and power.
  7. Believe in yourself so strongly that nothing can shake your inner self. You are a unique individual in a remarkable universe.
  8. Your new self-image acts like a magnet, attracting opportunities, resources and people you need.
  9. Intensify desire to grow, expand, mature and achieve. Imagine, plan, act.
  10. The power of enthusiasm has no limits.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

GK_List of Biggest Highest Largest Longest in the World



Tallest Animal in the World             Giraffe
Highest City in the World             Van Chuan (China)
Largest Continent in the World             Asia
Smallest Continent in the World             Australia
Biggest Country (Area) in the World             Russia
Largest Country (population) in the World             China
Largest (Country electorate) in the World             India
Largest Creature in the World             Blue Whale
Largest Delta in the World             Sunderban (Bangladesh and India)
Largest Desert in the World             Sahara (Africa)
Largest Desert (Asia) in the World             Gobi
Largest Dam in the World             Grand Coulee Dam (USA)
Highest Dam in the World             Hoover Dam (U.S.A.)
Largest Diamond in the World             The Cullinan
Largest Dome in the World             Astrodome, in Housten (USA)
Largest Epic in the World             Mahabharata
Largest Irrigation Scheme in the World             Lloyd Barrage, Sukkhur (Pakistan)
Largest Island in the World             Greenland
Largest Sea in the World             Mediterranean Sea
Deepest Lake in the World             Baikal (Siberia)
Largest Lake (Artificial) in the World             Lake Mead (Boulder Dam)
Highest Lake in the World             Titicaca (Bolivia)
Largest Lake (Fresh Water) in the World             Superior
Largest Lake (Salt water) in the World             Caspian
Largest Library in the World             Congress,Washington (USA)
Highest Mountain Peak in the World             Everest (Nepal)
Longest Mountain Range in the World             Andes (S. America)
Largest Museum in the World             British Museum, London
Largest Ocean in the World             Pacific
Biggest Palace in the World             Vatican (Italy)
Largest Park in the World             Yellow Stone National Park (USA)
Largest Peninsula in the World             Arabia
Coldest Place (Habitated) in the World             Verkhoyansk (Siberia)
Driest Place in the World             Iqique (in Atacama Desert, Chile)
Hottest Place in the World             Azizia (Libya, Africa)
Rainiest Place in the World             Mausinram (Meghalaya, India)
Biggest Planet in the World             Jupiter
Brightest Planet in the World             Venus
Smallest Planet in the World             Pluto
Highest Plateau in the World             Pamir (Tibet)
Longest Platform in the World             Kharagpur (India)
Longest Railway in the World             Trans - Siberian railway
Largest Railway Station in the World             Grand Central Terminal (USA)
Longest River in the World             Nile (Africa)
Largest River in the World             Amazon (South America)
Largest Sea - bird in the World             Albatross
Brightest Star in the World             Sirius
Tallest Statue in the World             Statue of Motherland(Russia)
Largest Telescope Radio in the World             New Mexico (USA)
World's first Tramway in the World             New York
Longest Tunnel (Railway) in the World             Tanna (Japan)
Longest Tunnel (road) in the World             Mont Blanc b/w France and Italy
Highest Volcano in the World             Ojos del Salado (Andes, Ecuador)
Most Active Volcano in the World             Maunaloa (Hawaii - USA)
Longest Wall in the World             Great Wall of China
Highest Waterfall in the World             Angel (Venezuela)
Lowest Water Body in the World             Dead Sea
Largest Zoo in the World             Kruger National Park, South Africa

Largest Archipelago in the World                    Indonesia
Fastest Bird in the World                    Swift
Largest Bird in the World                    Ostrich
Smallest Bird in the World                    Humming Bird
Longest Railway Bridge in the World                    Huey P.Long Bridge (USA)
Tallest Building in the World                    Taipei 101, Taiwan
Longest Irrigation Canal in the World                    The Kalakumsky Canal
Longest Canal in the World                    Suez Canal
Highest Capital in the World                    La Paz (Bolivia)
Biggest City in area in the World                    Mount Isa (Australia)
Largest City in population in the World                    Tokyo
Costliest City in the World                    Tokyo

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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Useful Website Address Links...

  • 01. screenr.com – record movies of your desktop and send them straight to YouTube.
    02. bounceapp.com – for capturing full length screenshots of web pages.
    03. goo.gl – shorten long URLs and convert URLs into QR codes.
    04. untiny.me – find the original URLs that’s hiding behind a short URLs.
    05. localti.me – know more than just the local time of a city
    06. copypastecharacter.com – copy special characters that aren’t on your keyboard.
    07. topsy.com – a better search engine for twitter.
    08. fb.me/AppStore – search iOS app without launching iTunes.
    09. iconfinder.com – the best place to find icons of all sizes.
    10. office.com – download templates, clipart and images for your Office documents.
    11. woorank.com – everything you wanted to know about a website.
    12. virustotal.com – scan any suspicious file or email attachment for viruses.
    13. wolframalpha.com – gets answers directly without searching – see more wolfram tips.
    14. printwhatyoulike.com – print web pages without the clutter.
    15. joliprint.com – reformats news articles and blog content as a newspaper.
    16. isnsfw.com – when you wish to share a NSFW page but with a warning.
    17. e.ggtimer.com – a simple online timer for your daily needs.
    18. coralcdn.org – if a site is down due to heavy traffic, try accessing it through coral CDN.
    19. random.org – pick random numbers, flip coins, and more.
    20. mywot.com – check the trust level of any website – example.
    21. viewer.zoho.com – Preview PDFs and Presentations directly in the browser.
    22. tubemogul.com – simultaneously upload videos to YouTube and other video sites.
    23. truveo.com – the best place for searching web videos.
    24. scr.im – share you email address online without worrying about spam.
    25. spypig.com – now get read receipts for your email.
    26. sizeasy.com – visualize and compare the size of any product.
    27. whatfontis.com – quickly determine the font name from an image.
    28. fontsquirrel.com – a good collection of fonts – free for personal and commercial use.
    29. regex.info – find data hidden in your photographs – see more EXIF tools.
    30. tineye.com – this is like an online version of Google Googles.
    31. iwantmyname.com – helps you search domains across all TLDs.
    32. tabbloid.com – your favorite blogs delivered as PDFs.
    33. join.me – share you screen with anyone over the web.
    34. onlineocr.net – recognize text from scanned PDFs and images – see other OCR tools.
    35. flightstats.com – Track flight status at airports worldwide.
    36. wetransfer.com – for sharing really big files online.
    37. pastebin.com – a temporary online clipboard for your text and code snippets.
    38. polishmywriting.com – check your writing for spelling or grammatical errors.
    39. awesomehighlighter.com – easily highlight the important parts of a web page.
    40. typewith.me – work on the same document with multiple people.
    41. whichdateworks.com – planning an event? find a date that works for all.
    42. everytimezone.com – a less confusing view of the world time zones.
    43. warrick.cs.odu.edu – you’ll need this when your bookmarked web pages are deleted.
    44. gtmetrix.com – the perfect tool for measuring your site performance online.
    45. imo.im – chat with your buddies on Skype, Facebook, Google Talk etc. from one place.
    46. translate.google.com – translate web pages, PDFs and Office documents.
    47. youtube.com/leanback – enjoy a never ending stream of YouTube videos in full-screen.
    48. similarsites.com – discover new sites that are similar to what you like already.
    49. wordle.net – quick summarize long pieces of text with tag clouds.
    50. bubbl.us – create mind-maps, brainstorm ideas in the browser.
    51. kuler.adobe.com – get color ideas, also extract colors from photographs.
    52. followupthen.com – setup quick reminders via email itself.
    53. lmgtfy.com – when your friends are too lazy to use Google on their own.
    54. tempalias.com – generate temporary email aliases, better than disposable email.
    55. pdfescape.com – lets you can quickly edit PDFs in the browser itself.
    56. faxzero.com – send an online fax for free – see more fax services.
    57. feedmyinbox.com – get RSS feeds as an email newsletter.
    58. isendr.com – transfer files without uploading to a server.
    59. tinychat.com – setup a private chat room in micro-seconds.
    60. privnote.com – create text notes that will self-destruct after being read.
    61. flightaware.com – live flight tracking service for airports worldwide.
    62. boxoh.com – track the status of any shipment on Google Maps – alternative.
    63. chipin.com – when you need to raise funds online for an event or a cause.
    64. downforeveryoneorjustme.com – find if your favorite website is offline or not?
    65. example.com – this website can be used as an example in documentation.
    66. whoishostingthis.com – find the web host of any website.
    67. google.com/history – found something on Google but can’t remember it now?
    68. errorlevelanalysis.com – find whether a photo is real or a photoshopped one.
    69. google.com/dictionary – get word meanings, pronunciations and usage examples.
    70. urbandictionary.com – find definitions of slangs and informal words.
    71. seatguru.com – consult this site before choosing a seat for your next flight.
    72. sxc.hu – download stock images absolutely free.
    73. imo.im – chat with your buddies on Skype, Facebook, Google Talk, etc. from one place.
    74. wobzip.org – unzip your compressed files online.
    75. vocaroo.com – record your voice with a click.
    76. scribblemaps.com – create custom Google Maps easily.
    77. buzzfeed.com – never miss another Internet meme or viral video.
    78. alertful.com – quickly setup email reminders for important events.
    79. encrypted.google.com – prevent your ISP and boss from reading your search queries.
    80. formspring.me – you can ask or answer personal questions here.
    81. snopes.com – find if that email offer you received is real or just another scam.
    82. typingweb.com – master touch-typing with these practice sessions.
    83. mailvu.com – send video emails to anyone using your web cam.
    84. ge.tt – quickly send a file to someone, they can even preview it before downloading.
    85. timerime.com – create timelines with audio, video and images.
    86. stupeflix.com – make a movie out of your images, audio and video clips.
    87. aviary.com/myna – an online audio editor that lets record, and remix audio clips online.
    88. noteflight.com – print music sheets, write your own music online (review).
    89. disposablewebpage.com – create a temporary web page that self-destruct.
    90. namemytune.com – when you need to find the name of a song.
    91. homestyler.com – design from scratch or re-model your home in 3d.
    92. snapask.com – use email on your phone to find sports scores, read Wikipedia, etc.
    93. teuxdeux.com – a beautiful to-do app that looks like your paper dairy.
    94. livestream.com – broadcast events live over the web, including your desktop screen.
    95. bing.com/images – automatically find perfectly-sized wallpapers for mobiles.
    96. historio.us – preserve complete web pages with all the formatting.
    97. dabbleboard.com – your virtual whiteboard.
    98. whisperbot.com – send an email without using your own account.
    99. sumopaint.com – an excellent layer-based online image editor.
    100. lovelycharts.com – create flowcharts, network diagrams, sitemaps, etc.
    101. nutshellmail.com – Get your Facebook and Twitter streams in your inbox.
     

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Indian Billionaires' Private Jets |^|

There has been a sturdy increase in the number of Indian millionaires and billionaires in the past few years. With the increase in wealth, their choices seem to be reaching the skies. So what if you own a Rolls-Royce? It's kaput if you do not own a jet! When you are a billionaire, you merely cannot feel comfortable soaring on a commercial plane with other equally well-off people.

It's surprising though, that India has almost double the number of private jets compared to China that has many more billionaires. And the other interesting fact is that none of these private jets are second hand (Donald trump bought a Boeing 757 model from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen). Here are a few Indian billionaires" own jet stories on the run (way).

Mukesh Ambani
How can anybody talk about Indian billionaires and not mention Mukesh Ambani? A mix between a (flying) hotel and a boardroom is what the Managing director of Reliance Industries owns. Boeing Business Jet 2 is the 1,004 sqft plane with a complete executive office and a private bedroom suite and is worth $73 million (approx 327 crore). Ambani also owns a Falcon 900EX jet and an Airbus 319 which has been custom-fitted with an office, a cabin with game consoles, music systems, satellite television and wireless communications.

 Atul Punj
The Punj Lloyd Group Chairman owns a Gulfstream IV that has been updated and has an aerodynamically and structurally improved wing with 30 percent fewer parts. The aircraft can fit upto two beds, a shower and a luxury living room space.

Anil Ambani
Anil Ambani can boast about his hanger crowded with a Global Express jet, a Falcon 2000 and falcon 7X. Anil's global express is an ultra-long range business jet developed by Bombardier Aerospace which has also developed jets for Bill Clinton and Steven Speilberg. It also has customized interior layouts including an office and a stateroom. The Bombardier can fly over 5,950 nautical miles. It boats a 14.73 m-long cabin and is equipped with noise and vibration control system.


Vijay Mallya
How can the owner of Kingfisher Airlines not own a jet? Infact he owns four! He owns an A319 ACJ and has spent $40 Million on retro-fitting and fire proof upholstery. He also owns a Gulfstream, a Hawker and a Boeing 727.

Lakshmi Mittal
With a projected wealth of $17 billion, the steel baron uses his Gulfstream G550 to move around three countries in a day. It reaches up to 675 miles per hour, and has space for eight passengers. It also comes with a military-style "heads-up" display technology that allows pilots to take their eyes off the control panel. The NRI's Gulfstream is considered to be the Rolls Royce of private jets.

Gautam Singhania

The Chairman of Raymond Group, Gautam Singhania owns a Challenger business jet and a helicopter. The Challenger's features include an advanced Collins ProLine IV EFIS avionics system with colour displays, and enhanced fuel tank. International aircraft interior designer Eric Roth is the master mind of the beige and brown interiors of Gautam Singhania's private jet.
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:><:Books that can boost your career:><:

Books can be consider as the best friend of our life as they are always there for us in our good or bad phase. Books can inspire you, motivate you and it can show you the turning point in your life. Books have even played important role in career choices. When you are lost in your career, books can speak to you and give you a solution and they can guide you through your career.

Here are list of books that can give you the answers and you can learn how to grab opportunities and get ahead in your career
 

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
 
In this book, the author presents an approach to being effective in attaining goals by aligning oneself to what he calls "true north" principles of a character ethic that he presents as universal and timeless. This book offers timeless principles that you can apply both, at work and in your everyday life to help you get goal-oriented and proactive. 

Easy Peasey: People Skills for Life by Allan Pease, Barbara Pease

This book will provide you with the necessary skills to become influential with everyone in any situation. Through this book you'll learn the essential skills that achieve extraordinary success with everyone. The Australian authors provide simple but effective ideas to get people to listen to you, act on your suggestions and enjoy doing so.


Put Your Dream to the Test by John C. Maxwell

This book is spiced with powerful quotes, energizing stories of common-name successes, and the author draws you through the 10 questions to uncover the gritty realities of a dream you may only have held to yourself. The 10 important questions will help you see, own, and reach your dream. From the beginning of the book, he encourages sharing with three people you are close to, for both evaluation and encouragement of this pursuit. 


Before You Quit Your Job by Robert Kiyosaki

This book will help you if you want to start your own business, and how you need to be ready. The author shares his successes, failures and life lessons to help you become a successful businessperson. This book can prepare you to start your own business.
 
Your Career: How to Make It Happen by Julie Griffin Levitt

This book provides everything needed to gain competitive advantage in the workplace. It is ideal for a course on professional and career development, job Search, resume writing and interviewing. The book provides thorough coverage of career self-assessment, employer research, job search interviewing and career building strategies.

The Leader Who Had No Title by Robin Sharma


In this book, you will learn how to work with and influence people like a superstar, regardless of your position, a method to recognize and then seize opportunities in times of deep change, the real secrets of intense innovation. Through this book, the author explains how leadership originates from within and not from a position. This book shows how to claim that staggering power, as well as transform your life. 


Stay Hungry Stay Foolish by Rashmi Bansal


The book is about 25 IIM Ahmedabad graduates who chose the rough road of entrepreneurship. They are diverse in age, in outlook and the industries they made a mark in. But the common thing is they believed in the power of their dreams. This book seeks to inspire young graduates to look beyond placements and salaries and to believe in their dreams.

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