Thursday, May 28, 2009

Amma mata bannata Me man hodai...

Amma mata bannata mei man hodai.... !!! :D :D

Cool video of shrek II track, funny one..

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Female Driving and how a male does it finally (FUN Video)...must watch :D

Watch it, smile... :) >>> :D >>> :D :D :D ... L.O.L ...

Be Ready to use free and Open source free software

Definition of OSI:

Open source is a development method for software that harnesses the power of distributed peer review and transparency of process. The promise of open source is better quality, higher reliability, more flexibility, lower cost, and an end to predatory vendor lock-in.

The Open Source Initiative (OSI) is a non-profit corporation formed to educate about and advocate for the benefits of open source and to build bridges among different constituencies in the open-source community.

One of our most important activities is as a standards body, maintaining the Open Source Definition for the good of the community. The Open Source Initiative Approved License trademark and program creates a nexus of trust around which developers, users, corporations and governments can organize open-source cooperation.

Some major contributors to Open source software downloads

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Friday, May 22, 2009

How to Use Google Adsense to make Internet money

Google Adsense is an affiliate pay per click program that has taken the Internet by storm. There are a plethora of sites dedicated solely to Google Adsense. Google Adsense is a good way for a small Internet site owner to make some extra money. Using Adsense does not require any special knowledge, just a computer and a working web site.

6 Steps to Reach it (Just a few steps, no expert knowledge needed at all)

  • Develop a web site for use with Google Adsense. Google has a published criteria for the web sites they accept to the Adsense program. This is because it needs some features like scripting. A good rule of thumb is just construct an honest and forthright web site that has legitimate purpose other than attaining revenue from the Google Adsense program.

e.g. you can use, etc. supporting scripting
I would suggest it's better you go ahead with your own web.

  • Submit your sign up information. Once all the steps at Google are complete and the policies are read, click the "Submit" button.
  • Activate the Google Adsense account. Upon account approval by Google, an email notification will arrive. Click on the link in the email to activate the Adsense account.
  • Log in to the adsense account and obtain the HTML code for the approved site. For this you can use Adsense setup web utility provided in Adsense. Type in the username and password in the adsense log in box. Next click on the "Adsense setup" tab. Click on the "Adsense for content" link. Choose the "Ad unit" option in the next screen and select "Continue." And finally select the correct "Ad format" and then choose "Continue."
  • Copy and paste the generated ad code into the appropriate section of the web site. In the grey Google adsense box there is HTML code to copy into the user web site. Copy that code and place in the appropriate place in the web site.

  • Make your web much more marketable by enabling with content that would let your site come to top of online searches such as GOOGLE search, YAHOO, etc.
  • Put contents really worth and matching to your site overall goals so that google will enable adds really compliant with those, which means more advantageous.
  • Publish your site and advertise it via mails, social networks.

Pasan Indeewara

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Do you actually want to monetize your blog?

Some people have strong personal feelings with respect to making money from their blogs. If you think commercializing your blog is evil, immoral, unethical, uncool, lame, greedy, obnoxious, or anything along those lines, then don’t commercialize it.

If you have mixed feelings about monetizing your blog, then sort out those feelings first. If you think monetizing your site is wonderful, fine. If you think it’s evil, fine. But make up your mind before you seriously consider starting down this path. If you want to succeed, you must be congruent. Generating income from your blog is challenging enough — you don’t want to be dealing with self-sabotage at the same time. It should feel genuinely good to earn income from your blog — you should be driven by a healthy ambition to succeed. If your blog provides genuine value, you fully deserve to earn income from it. If, however, you find yourself full of doubts over whether this is the right path for you, you might find this article helpful: How Selfish Are You? It’s about balancing your needs with the needs of others.

If you do decide to generate income from your blog, then don’t be shy about it. If you’re going to put up ads, then really put up ads. Don’t just stick a puny little ad square in a remote corner somewhere. If you’re going to request donations, then really request donations. Don’t put up a barely visible “Donate” link and pray for the best. If you’re going to sell products, then really sell them. Create or acquire the best quality products you can, and give your visitors compelling reasons to buy. If you’re going to do this, then fully commit to it. Don’t take a half-assed approach. Either be full-assed or no-assed.

You can reasonably expect that when you begin commercializing a free site, some people will complain, depending on how you do it. One of my close friends launched a web site in October 2004, and He began putting Google Adsense ads on the site in February 2005. There were some complaints, but He expected that — it was really no big deal. Less than 1 in 5,000 visitors actually sent him a negative feedback. Most people who sent feedback were surprisingly supportive. Most of the complaints died off within a few weeks, and the site began generating income almost immediately, although it was pretty low — a whopping $53 the first month. If you’d like to see some month-by-month specifics. Adsense is still his single best source of revenue for this site, although it’s certainly not only source. More on that later… :)

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Never support Terrorism

Terrorism is a illegal act of achieving a goal of set of people forcefully. Basically violence and cruelty contributes them to get their goals regardless of human lives, properties, etc. During past recent centuries world has been challenged by terrorist activities.

Terrorism mainly concerned with couple of points to growth of political, military and social powers.
  • Marketing of some matter threatening peace (Forming up a political, racial, etc. matter).
  • Gaining and misleading innocent people with some picture and sight to raise arms against the peace of humans.
  • Process of self-defensive and self-destructive actions to enable the continuation of terrorist organization.
Terrorism can never lead to a goal of peace. This is a very truth ever concluded by many illustrations available in the past. Achieving rights (political, social, etc) only become successful where we have peaceful and socially accepted processes.

So stay away from terrorism, never participate terrorist activities, help and inform others as well. This world is a nice place where terrorism is swept out of it.

Make it a better place for you and me, n ALL.... :)

..: Tribune to victorious forces of S.L. sacrificed lives for peace in Sri Lanka :..

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Monday, May 11, 2009

Unidentified Flying Objects (U.F.O)

Unidentified flying object (commonly abbreviated as UFO or U.F.O.) is the popular term for any aerial phenomenon whose cause cannot be easily or immediately determined. Both military and civilian research shows that a significant majority of UFO sightings are identified after further investigation, either explicitly or indirectly through the presence of clear and simple explanatory factors. The United States Air Force, who coined the term in 1952, initially defined UFOs as those objects that remain unidentified after scrutiny by expert investigators, though the term UFO is often used more generally to describe any sighting unidentifiable to the reporting observer(s). Popular culture frequently takes the term UFO as a synonym for alien spacecraft. Cults have become associated with UFOs, and mythology and folklore have evolved around the phenomenon. Some investigators now prefer to use the broader term unidentified aerial phenomenon (or UAP), to avoid the confusion and speculative associations that have become attached to UFO.

There are many research teams, students who believe in lives far away from our world and struggling to find much more true evidence to locate the alien settlements.