Saturday, July 22, 2006


Wikimapia. A fantastic projects using google maps API. As they describe themselves it's really "a project to describe the whole planet Earth."You can create hotspots on your favourate landmarks in wikimapia maps. But they humbly request you to avoid adding hotspots like "This my house" stuff marks. The site got attention of the global internet community's attention without making any ad campaigns or any propoganda hypes. Its because of only quality in the stuff. You need using it for only once to understand its userfriendliness. Even any beginner can use that very instantly.

In the early times no search engines brought me any sites with the keyword "wikimapia". But after a couple of days, I got about 47,400 pages with the same keyword. It's growth is really amazing.

The founders of Wikimapia are Alexandre Koriakine and Evgeniy Saveliev, "inspired by Google maps and Wikipedia."

Saturday, July 15, 2006


Ever used Knoppix? Or heard about it. It's a wonderful tool for your system. Its a well known OS in the line of Linux Tradition, which you need not to install in your computer's hard drive. Just insert Knoppix into your CD Drive and boot your system. Amazing? Knoppix will load all the drivers automatically. Knoppix is advised, when hard drive crashes, when a test is needed for your entire system or just for a trial. It has a wonderful scintillating Grafik User Interface too. :-)

KNOPPIX is a bootable CD with a collection of GNU/Linux software, automatic hardware detection, and support for many graphics cards, sound cards, SCSI and USB devices and other peripherals. KNOPPIX can be used as a Linux demo, educational CD, rescue system, or adapted and used as a platform for commercial software product demos. It is not necessary to install anything on a hard disk. Due to on-the-fly decompression, the CD can have up to 2 GB of executable software installed on it.

Knoppix is developed by Klaus Knopper (b. 1968 in Ingelheim) is a German electrical engineer and Linux developer. He received his diploma in electrical engineering from the Kaiserslautern University of Technology (in German: Technische Universit├Ąt Kaiserslautern), co-founded LinuxTag (a major European Linux expo) and has been a self-employed information technology consultant since 1998.

KNOPPIX can be downloaded from

Wednesday, July 12, 2006


Once there was a world. An internetless world! A googleless world! A boring world! Very slow world... A world without fun... A world without information... We are lucky today. We have all the fun. We have all we wanted. What’s more, whatever we wish for, we will get that from net. These days I had been searching in Mozilla Firefox's extensions. I got a hell of stuff more than I expected. The most interesting extensions I got were something amazing.


If you are a regular internet user, you may have troubled in sometimes to give your own email address to some sites because you fear of spam attack or your privacy Those times, I bet, you would be praying for another email address to submit. You may probably had one, but the usage of it would be very rare so that you forget passwords regularly. Isn't it? So the solution is a temporary inbox. Without logging in to get your inbox. An inbox without password. A handy inbox anybody can use. Easy inbox. A good disposable inbox.
Directly go to the site:[Click on the button below]

One of the main drawbacks of this service is, it does not support attachments. And you cannot send a mail from it.


I said earlier that you cannot send mail from So what should you do for an anonymous sending? You wish to send an anonymous mail sending to some of your friends. And there is site for anonymous mail sending. As a matter of fact, it is not possible completely, because anybody can trace your ISP's IP address and track you down. But if you are sending anonymous mail just for a fun, nothing will happen. IP address tracking and such tracking will be done only by advanced users and Intelligence agencies. But you will get basic anonymity. And that’s all. After sending a mail in this site, you will get a note like this: This email was sent without our Anonymity Guarantee! receives daily inquiries from people, requesting information about sent emails. If you need complete anonymity, please upgrade your account. I dont know what they will give additional options in paid service. I think for basic use free service is enough. Thats all. So, whats the moral? If you have a wish, submit it to google, it will tell you who will satisfy you, irrespective of subjects.

A minimal registration is required in this site. After the registration, you will get access to send mails from a temporary mail id. Bet, you will love it. Start anonymous sending. But never use this service for illegal purpose. That is very important

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Do you hate spam? Yes? So do I!

But sometimes you have to give away your own email address for example at registrations just to activate your account. Now, that's no more a problem! Just enter a temporary email address from and check the inbox on the site to read the mails. After 6 hours the mail will be deleted. Get your free temporary spam email address NOW and you will never have spam in your private account again.

Temporary Inbox 1.2, by pascal, released on Jul 2, 2006

This extension generates random disposable email addresses. Use those email addresses for registration at forums, adult sites or whatever. The email addresses don't need registration. This is an easy way to avoid spam, because the spamer never knows your private email address .. only the email address. And there the mails will be deleted after 6 hours.
Avoiding spam is sooo easy!

Here is a small instruction:

FIRST! There is no registration required!!

1. The situation: You want to signup at a website or whatever. You are at the registration formular and you have to enter your private email address. 2. You don't want to give away your private email address. So you choose to use an email address from 3. Now click the "random email" button at the temporaryinbox firefox extension toolbar. 4. A random temporary email address has been generated now. 5. Copy it from the toolbar to the email address field in the registration formular. 6. Enter the other things and submit. 7. Now you can check the inbox of your email address on But it's easier to use the firefox extension. Just enter the email account name you used before and press "Check" 8. Now you were redirected directly to the inbox of your temporaryinbox account. 9. Open the email and click the activation link or copy the password... or whatever. 10. Delete the mail or let it be. However the mail will be deleted after 6 hours.
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Nearly every content site on the Web requires “free” registration these days, which usually means you need to supply a working email address. All too often, that email address begins to attract spam as companies sell mailing lists to each other or crackers help themselves to poorly guarded customer information.

You can’t protect an inbox completely, but you can reduce your chances of facing a spamfest by being a little selective in handing out your email address. Many users keep an alternate email account on hand for throwaway registrations and other situations where privacy protection looks a little murky.

A free account at a Web-based email service such as Yahoo! Mail or Hotmail does the trick by protecting your “real” email address from unnecessary exposure. However, logging in and navigating through full-blown email sites can be a tiresome way to pick up a new password or confirm a registration; a more efficient method is using a fully disposable email address - Dive into And have a nice time