Thursday, January 10, 2008

Hats off to Nick Vujicic .. The Most Beautiful Child of God!!

Hats off to Nick Vujicic .. The Most Beautiful Child of God!!


God's Most Beautiful Child

Tata's Rs 1 lakh small car AutoExpo 2008

Tata's Rs 1 lakh small car AutoExpo 2008

More details on Tata 1 Lakh Car

LATEST DELHI 2008 UPDATE: Tata has unveiled the Tata 1-Lakh Car and has named it the Tata Nano. Click here for the latest details on the new Tata Nano.

UPDATE: View latest artist’s impression of the Tata 1 Lakh Car.

Here are some supposed details of the Tata 1 Lakh Car (Rs 1 Lakh is equivalent to USD2,500) that is supposed to be ready by July 2008. A design sketch of the Tata 1 Lakh car has been shown to selected members of the media sometime earlier and is said to resemble a egg shaped car with a tall roof.
Now Overdrive reveals that the Tata 1 Lakh car will resemble a production version of Tata’s 1998 Zing concept car. It will be a 5-door hatchback but there will be very little space behind the rear seats for a boot. In fact, even rear bench space is expected to be at a premium, making the car a 2+2 of sorts.
Definitely a pure A to B city car with the distance between A to B limited to short journeys where you do not need to carry any luggage. Not a balik kampung car, definitely. The car will be built on a rear engine rear wheel drive platform and will be powered by a two-cylinder engine.

Two of these two-cylinder engines will be offered - a 660cc 2-cylinder petrol and the world’s first low-cost 700cc two-cylinder common rail diesel engine with a special low cost common rail system developed by Bosch. Bosch will also apply a fuel injection system called “value motronic” for the 660cc petrol unit.
Apparently in internal company tests, the petrol version managed to achieve a fuel efficiency of 26 km travelled per liter of fuel consumed. The diesel version is expected to be even better.
As for the car’s name - sources in Tata say the current most favoured name within the company is the Tata Jeh, named after Tata’s previous chairman, Jehangir Tata.

Related Posts: Tata 1-Lakh Car to use Bosch Value Motronic ECU http://www.autoexpo.in/

Tata set to launch US$2,500 car in mid-2008 Tata Abarth 1 Lakh Car Source

Bill Gates' Last Day At Microsoft

Absolutely Hilarious!! Must Watch!!

Video: Bill Gates Last Day CES Clip


Thursday, January 3, 2008

How to disable/turn off Visual Studio .NET JIT Debugger

How to disable/turn off Visual Studio .NET JIT Debugger

* How to disable/turn off Visual Studio .NET JIT Debugger
Option 1: Registry key from Enabling JIT Debugging

For an application that includes managed code, the common language runtime will present a similar dialog to JIT-attach a debugger. The registry key that controls this option is called HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\.NETFramework\DbgJITDebugLaunchSetting.

If value = 0, prompt the user by means of a message box. The choices are:
Continue. This results in a stack dump and process termination.
Attach a debugger. In this case, the runtime spawns the debugger listed in the DbgManagedDebugger registry key. If none, control is returned, and the process is terminated.
If value = 1, simply return control. This results in a stack dump, after which the process is terminated. (No more dialog)
If value = 2, spawn the debugger listed in the DbgManagedDebugger registry key.
Option 2: If you want to disable the JIT debug dialog, but still want an error dialog:

Visual Studio.NET|Tools|Options|Debugging|Just-In-Time and deselect "Common Language Runtime" and now you’ll get an OK/Cancel dialog instead of the select a Debugger Dialog. Note: The registry entry from Option 1 above will need to be 0 for the dialog to show up.

*Disabling Visual Studio "Just In time Debugger"

Go to Tools -> Options -> Debugging -> Just-In-Time and disable VS as the JIT debugger.

~Mahesh Lambe



Just Check out... Awesome!!


What is Tafiti?

Tafiti, which means "do research" in Swahili, is an experimental search front-end from Microsoft, designed to help people use the Web for research projects that span multiple search queries and sessions by helping visualize, store, and share research results. Tafiti uses both Microsoft Silverlight and Live Search to explore the intersection of richer experiences on the Web and the increasing specialization of search.

What is the shelf and how do I use it?

The shelf is located on the right side of the screen and provides a place to store associated search results, such as the things you want to retain from a particular query or set of queries. Multiple results of different types can be stored on the shelf. There are five shelves and the contents of a single shelf constitute a “stack”. You must be signed in to store items in the shelf from session to session.
Putting things on the shelf - Search results can be dragged from the results pane to the shelf.
Labeling a stack – hover over a particular shelf and click to type a label on the text box which appears.
Seeing the contents of a stack – click on a particular stack (outside the label area) to see all the contents displayed in the Stack View.
Delete individual items – hover over an item and click the red Remove button which will appear.
Send a stack to someone else via email – click on the link at the top of the Stack view.
Post a stack to your Windows Live Space - click on the link at the top of the Stack view.
Clear a single stack on the shelf – click on the white X that appears when you hover over a particular stack.

For More: TAFITI


Blogger Buzz: Now you can blog in Hindi

Blogger Buzz: Now you can blog in Hindi: "Now you can blog in Hindi"

Blogger Buzz: The New Version of Blogger

Blogger Buzz: The New Version of Blogger

Now Type in Hindi... Write in Hindi... Feel in Hindi... Express in Hindi... and Enjoy in Hindi!!


Google Indic Transliteration available in:

Hindi Tamil Telugu Kannada Malayalam

So now you can type/write/feel/express/enjoy in your mothertounge...

In Hindi... In Marathi... In Tamil.. In Kannada... In Malyalam...

So be an INDIAN!!!!


The New Version of Blogger

The new version of Blogger in beta is dead!

Long live the new version of Blogger!

(P.S. The old version of Blogger is not dead, but it would like to retire for a little while... maybe go to Hawaii or play World of Warcraft all day? It begs you to let it play World of Warcraft all day.)

For more: http://buzz.blogger.com/2006/12/new-version-of-blogger.html