Free, Safe and Anonymous Email Sending and Receiving: witout creating mail account

Do you want to send an email to someone, but don’t feel like creating a new Yahoo!, Hotmail, Gmail, etc. account – that is without having to sign up, that may get spammed or invite unwanted attention?
Then go to: http://www.mailfreeonline.com/mail.php

Fill in their email address, and use anything fake that you’d like, as your email address, if you don’t want/need a response.
Now, if you want to let them reply, make up any name you like, with one of the following domains:

@mailinator.com
@klassmaster.com
@akeinformation.com
@mailinater.com
@sogetthis.com

Go to http://www.mailinator.com and type in your “name” then click the GO button. you can’t reply from here, but you can go back to http://www.mailfreeonline.com/mail.php and respond from there.

View Unsecured Webcams from Google : 18+

sorry for such a post

but i want to just saw you how u can use GOOGLE .

if any one dislike this post kinldy mail me i will remove ASAP. Thanks

You can view these webcams without any passwords, they are unsecure!

OK, first search for this in Google:

inurl:”axis-cgi/mjpg”

Example link:

http://146.176.65.10/axis-cgi/mjpg/video.cgi

Note: Sometimes a refresh is needed to get it started.

How to Get a New IP Address Even If You Have a Static IP

This is quite interesting, get it from a forum, and credits go to Mojojojojo. Just follow these simple steps below, to get a new IP address even you have a static/fixed IP!

This trick is very useful for those who cannot use this method because the have static IP address.

To start off, you need a direct connection to your modem and computer. If you have a router, disconnect it and directly hook up your modem to your computer.

1. Open up the command prompt by pressing Start->Run and typing in cmd

2. In the command prompt, type “Ipconfig/all”. This will tell you your current IP Address. After, type “ipconfig/release”. Keep the command prompt open for easy access.

3. Go to “Network Connections” (accessible through the control panel). Right click “Local Area Connection” and click “Properties”

4. With “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) selected, click the “Properties” button.

5. A new window will open. Under the “General” tab, select “Use the Following IP address”. Under “Ip Address”, put “10.0.0.1″. Press the “Tab” key on your keyboard.

6. Press Ok on both open windows.

7. Repeat steps 3-4. Under the “General” tab, press the radio button “Automatically Assign Me an Ip Address”. Press ok on both windows.

8. Go back to the command prompt and type in “Ipconfig/all”. You’ll now notice you have a new IP address.

So, this will be handy if you want to by-pass Rapidshare 1 hour download limit, provided that you have a static IP address.

google : must read

I found this super interesting, yeah…everything regarding Google will pull my attention. Just read on!

The prime reason the Google home page is so bare is due to the fact that the founders didn’t know HTML and just wanted a quick interface. Infact it was noted that the submit button was a long time coming and hitting the RETURN key was the only way to burst Google into life.

Due to the sparseness of the homepage, in early user tests they noted people just sitting looking at the screen. After a minute of nothingness, the tester intervened and asked ‘Whats up?’ to which they replied “We are waiting for the rest of it”. To solve that particular problem the Google Copyright message was inserted to act as a crude end of page marker.

One of the biggest leap in search usage came about when they introduced their much improved spell checker giving birth to the “Did you mean…” feature. This instantly doubled their traffic, but they had some interesting discussions on how best to place that information, as most people simply tuned that out. But they discovered the placement at the bottom of the results was the most effective area.

The infamous “I feel lucky” is nearly never used. However, in trials it was found that removing it would somehow reduce the Google experience. Users wanted it kept. It was a comfort button.

Orkut is very popular in Brazil. Orkut was the brainchild of a very intelligent Google engineer who was pretty much given free reign to run with it, without having to go through the normal Google UI procedures, hence the reason it doesn’t look or feel like a Google application. They are looking at improving Orkut to cope with the loads it places on the system.

Google makes changes small-and-often. They will sometimes trial a particular feature with a set of users from a given network subnet; for example Excite@Home users often get to see new features. They aren’t told of this, just presented with the new UI and observed how they use it.

Google has the largest network of translators in the world

They use the 20% / 5% rules. If at least 20% of people use a feature, then it will be included. At least 5% of people need to use a particular search preference before it will make it into the ‘Advanced Preferences’.

They have found in user testing, that a small number of people are very typical of the larger user base. They run labs continually and always monitoring how people use a page of results.

The name ‘Google’ was an accident. A spelling mistake made by the original founders who thought they were going for ‘Googol’

Gmail was used internally for nearly 2years prior to launch to the public. They discovered there was approximately 6 types of email users, and Gmail has been designed to accommodate these 6.

They listen to feedback actively. Emailing Google isn’t emailing a blackhole.

Employees are encouraged to use 20% of their time working on their own projects. Google News, Orkut are both examples of projects that grew from this working model.

This wasn’t a technical talk so no information regarding any infrastructure was presented however they did note that they have a mantra of aiming to give back each page with in 500ms, rendered.

Anti Mosquito/Mosquito Repellent “Software”

Stop using those insecticides to kill mosquitoes, it might kill you as well!

Why not using a better and a greener way to drive away those annoying mosquitoes. Grab these software.

SEA Anti-Mosquitoes XP 2.0
software produce a frequency that is strong enough to drive mosquitoes away.

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Download: http://rapidshare.de/files/30463334/anti.rar.html

Downloading RapidShare Files With Resume Capability

With this technique you could download RapidShare files with resume capability and Support for Download Accelerators, I personally found this technique quiet useful thought it would be useful for you too (especially people on Dailup).

Well these are the things you would need for this tutorial:
A hosting with php support (well try this free php host http://www.profreehosting.info)
Rapid leech script http://rapidleech.com
Rapidshare Link Grabber

Then follow these steps:
Logon to your hosting
Upload all the files of RapidLeech Script in the desired directory
Chmod the folder to 777 and also chmod index.php to 777
Get the link using Rapidshare Link Grabber
Go to http://www.yoursitenamehere.com/RapidLeechFolder
Paste the link in the textbox and press download

Well if you don’t see any thing at all it might be because it take a little time to copy the file depending on your hosting (50mb takes around 2.5 to 4 min)

How to Access Restricted Websites Using Google

This is a little tutorial to show you how to use Google Translate to access blocked websites or restricted pages due to a proxy block (by your office, school, university, etc.)

We all know that Google is more than a search engine; we do use it as provider for email, mapping, news and many other services. But do you know, indirectly, Google is also a free proxy service.

Proxy is a device that stands between a PC and the internet, providing all the connections to the world wide web. What a proxy does is to receive all data from a requested site, so when you access web pages all data come from proxy.

What’s the purpose for Google as a proxy? We often use office/school/university connections, usually those services are set to provide more safety, blocking the access to undesidered web sites (the “black list”). What you can do now is use Google translator service (language tools) as a proxy to bypass the restrictions set for our connection!

You just need to type the following URL in the address bar:

http://www.google.com/translate?langpair=en|en&u=www.restricted.com

Note: http://www.restricted.com refers to the URL that you want to browse.

What you’ll get is the translation (English to English – that’s the content) of the page you want to see, your connection is directed to a Google.com page so this page won’t be blocked (would be blocked only with Google.com on the black list), no matter what’s the content.