Wednesday, August 25, 2010

I wanna enjoy sleeping a little more, I wanna sleep by the beach shore!! (create your own sleeping music)

I am sure, like me, many of you consider sleeping as an art, an act to perform, rather than just bowing your head to the nature's tool to refresh your body. So how about adding some more colors to that piece of art?

Do you ever wonder how you would feel if you could sleep by the beach shore everyday? How about sleeping in a tin shed room where the continuous rainfall creates music? What if you hear the birds twittering? Or forget everything, how would you like to sleep turning your lights off and hearing the sound of a thunderstorm?

Well, all of these can happen if you simply adjust the sound according to your mood in this website. (click the link)

So my friend, from today add an extra dimension to the heavenly act of sleeping and get lost in your dreams with the background music from nature.

By the way, after composing your own music you can also save it as a wave file and listen to it every night before going to sleep.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Finally Video Chat on Linux is available: Thanks to Google.

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You may have made your hands dirty with Empathy, Pidgin, Kopete blah blah blah, but finally you can buy the soap from google and get rid of the trouble.

Yes, now video chat is available on Linux. Lack of a video chat application was the only disadvantage Linux was having over Windows or Mac OS X in spite of being superior in all other ways (zero virus attack: in fact you can try to play with Chernobyl virus and try to execute it).

So guys, now nothing will stop you from switching to Linux. When you are working on your Linux PC, from any browser (e.g. Firefox or Chrome), search for Gmail chat. There you will get a plugin. Follow the instructions and you are ready to go.

I will come up with a lot of posts in the next few months to make Linux simple for you.

Till then, cheers...