Finally archived this. Now I have over 1000 Followers. In last month (June, 2009) I had like 20-30 Followers might be. Then I start getting serious about Twitter.
I learned this like 10-12 years ago. I was not a childhood programmer, so I might learned that lately, now kids in 5th or 6th grade learn QBasic. Though I think we should teach our juniors C as the first programming Language. QBasic is pretty much waste of time and no future at all. But Kids feel it easy and would like to play around, then its cool. BTW I don't argue with the main basic logic to teach QBasic to school kids.
I had to search around for QBasic for my Little sister. As I found that the main download link and basic information of QBasic is not such organised, so here I thought I might help kids.
Main info about QBasic:
All of My Friends going crazy recently about playing Poker online. I was not much of a Poker Player. But watching others interest specially Faiyaz, Mamun, Antu i decided to give it a try. I could play normal poker, but here i see its not basic poker they are playing. Its Texas Hold ‘Em. Here is a basic guide line with introduction of Texas Hold ‘Em with video instructing and detail illustration.
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Personally i am desktop man, i dont like laptop for general use. And here is one world finest, thinest, coolest and most alien Desktop computer ever made.
I had no ida abt it before yesterday. I was collecting upcomming movie trailer as my habbit. But then i found a new movie flick. Roland Emmerich's 2012 which gonna release in 2009. This nice trailer but the thing got my attention at the end of the trailer it dont show any web address like other trailer. But it shows
GOOGLE SEARCH: 2012
First without testing i thought, this name obviously have some significance. They might got that keywords' first rank. But while I do the search i find out this keywords ‘2012' symbolize much more.
I become interested in it. Lol, dont think me like i am superstitious or religious. I am none of them. More ever who ever know me, they already know, i love Super Heroic type movie, with super extraordinary power. Sci-Fi is my another choice. Like Independence Day is one of my most favorite movie.
I am also very much interested about Bermuda Triangle and Mayan mythology from my child hood. My interested is always in various matter and very broad. Once upon a time i studied lots on my favorite topics. Now with the flow of time, i hardly got time to read my bank statement and financial papers. But still i do study in topics of my interest.
So What About December 21, 2012?
This date actually comes from Maya calender. Then there is some lots explanation. I have to finish up my study in this, so i will write more later, i dont want to express small knowledge.
Right now it seems, people have believe that in this day some thing unusual will happen with Human being and earth. May be Good, Change in human life or total destruction. There is lots different theory, everybody have some point to believe. I have to study more about that.
BTW one main thing is i dont believe in fate. We live by our own, we do work then comes result. Fate and luck is just depends work.
Some resource could be use to study
I find this very useful thought I might share
R1 , R2 , R4 , R5 (Region codes) Releases Dates
R5 Releases Dates:
Eastern Europe, Africa, Central and South Asia, Mongolia, North Korea.
( 12 August ) Hellboy 2: The Golden Army –> Hellboy 2 The Golden Army R5 LINE XViD-PUKKA
( 26 August ) The Mummy 3: Tomb of the Dragon Emporer –> The Mummy Tomb of the Dragon Emperor R5 LiNE XviD-ALLiANCE
( 28 August ) Deception –> Deception 2008 DVDRiP XviD-AMIABLE
( 11 September ) Mirrors
( 30 September ) Iron Man
Stage6 to Shut Down on February 28
For me its biggest shocking news I heard in this year. I am shocked. Now we dont have any free source of free HQ and smart video.
Read whole news Quoted from Stage6.com
NOTE: I'm reposting the same message I put up this morning to open the blog back up for comments. Rest assured, we are reading what you write and appreciate the outpouring.
I’m Tom (aka Spinner), a Stage6 user and an employee of DivX, Inc., the company behind the service. I’m writing this message today to inform you that we plan to shut down Stage6 on February 28, 2008. Upload functionality has already been turned off, and you’ll be able to view and download videos until Thursday.
I know this news will come as a shock and disappointment to many Stage6 users, and I’d like to take a few moments to explain the reasons behind our decision.
We created Stage6 with the mission of empowering content creators and viewers to discover a new kind of video experience. Stage6 began as an experiment, and we always knew there was a chance that it might not succeed.
In many ways, though, the service did succeed, beyond even our own initial expectations. Stage6 became very popular very quickly. We helped gain exposure for some talented filmmakers who brought great videos to the attention of an engaged community. We helped prove that it’s possible to distribute true high definition video on the Internet. And we helped broaden the Internet video experience by offering content that is compatible with DVD players, mobile devices and other products beyond the PC.
So why are we shutting the service down? Well, the short answer is that the continued operation of Stage6 is a very expensive enterprise that requires an enormous amount of attention and resources that we are not in a position to continue to provide. There are a lot of other details involved, but at the end of the day it’s really as simple as that.
Now, why didn’t we think of that before we decided to create Stage6 in the first place, you may ask? That’s a good question. When we first created Stage6, there was a clear need for a service that would offer a true high quality video experience online because other video destinations on the Internet simply weren’t providing that to users. A gap existed, and Stage6 arrived to fill it.
As Stage6 grew quickly and dramatically (accompanied by an explosion of other sites delivering high quality video), it became clear that operating the service as a part of the larger DivX business no longer made sense. We couldn’t continue to run Stage6 and focus on our broader strategy to make it possible for anyone to enjoy high quality video on any device. So, in July of last year we announced that we were kicking off an effort to explore strategic alternatives for Stage6, which is a fancy way of saying we decided we would either have to sell it, spin it out into a private company or shut it down.
I won’t (and can’t, really) go into too much detail on those first two options other than to say that we tried really hard to find a way to keep Stage6 alive, either as its own private entity or by selling it to another company. Ultimately neither of those two scenarios was possible, and we made the hard decision to turn the lights off and cease operation of the service.
So that’s where we are today. After February 28, Stage6 will cease to exist as an online destination. But the larger DivX universe will continue to thrive. Every day new DivX Certified devices arrive on the market making it easy to move video beyond the PC. Products powered by DivX Connected, our new initiative that lets users stream video, photos, music and Internet services from the PC to the TV, are hitting retail outlets. We remain committed to empowering content creators to deliver high quality video to a wide audience, and we’ll continue to offer services that will make it easy to find videos online in the DivX format.
It’s been a wild ride, and none of it would have been possible without the support of our users. Thank you for making Stage6 everything that it was.