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Goldmine of Drupal Videos – DrupalCon DC Website

Goldmine of Drupal Videos – DrupalCon DC Website

A while back I asked you – my readers for Drupal blog recommendations. I was just getting started and I am still learning the inner workings of this excellent open source CMS. Recently I stumbled across the DrupalCon DC Website. It is the official website for the Drupal Conference held in Washington DC in March. [...]

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iSteve: The Books Jobs is Available Now for Pre-Order

If you even have the remotest interest in Apple Inc or its CEO Steve Jobs, you are in for a treat. For someone who has guarded his private life more than any new Apple product design, it was a surprising move when he allowed for an autobiography on him. Here is the excerpt From bestselling [...]

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Good Reads: Buzz in Blogs 2007-08-09

Let’s take a look around and see what other bloggers are talking about lately. Ultimate Guide to time saving for Bloggers – Tips and Resources – Shankar Ganesh Most of us are blogging after our regular work schedule and it does take its toll on our life after work. Shankar has some great tips on [...]

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Good Reads: Buzz in Blogs 2008-02-07

Thanks to all those who stopped by to wish me on my birthday. I have spent the last year learning, growing and having a lot of fun in the blogging world. Here are some great posts that I came across since my last roundup. Booking a hotel, the ProBargainHunter way – ProBargainHunter One of my [...]

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Apple App Store 500,000 Apps [Infographic]

I have started to collect infographics from around the web. Here is one made where the Apple App Store has reached half a million apps milestone! You can see the infographic in full size here.

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ShanKri-la Loves Your Blog

ShanKri-la Loves Your Blog

My good friends Tish of The Kat House and Brown Barron of Brown Thoughts have come out open with their love for ShanKri-la by awarding this Oscar equivalent for blog awards. A tip of my hat to you, my friends. I love your blogs too. It’s my turn to seize this opportunity to show my [...]

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FARK.com – Filtering the Fark Out of News

FARK.com – Filtering the Fark Out of News

If you have not heard of Fark.com by now, you have to come out of that hole you are hiding in, right now. It’s now news – It’s Fark  What is Fark, I was asking myself. Is it an acronym? No. It’s just a name possibly a substitute for the F-word coined by an outstanding [...]

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Good Reads: Buzz in Blogs 2007-12-08

Good Reads: Buzz in Blogs 2007-12-08

Couple of new things going on here at ShanKri-la. I have become a guest author at one of the popular Tech Blogs by my friend Keith D’Souza – Techie-Buzz.com. I will start out posting one post every week and it will appear mostly on Fridays. I was humbled and honored at the same time when [...]

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Audible Linux – How to Install in Ubuntu?

Audible has one of the largest collections of best audiobooks. Amazon certainly knew that when bought them recently. In spite of wide spread Audible.com reviews, Audible linux is far from a reality for most linux enthusiasts. One of the machines I use daily is a Ubuntu linux desktop. Audible works fantastic with iTunes on Windows and Mac. [...]

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Free Audible Book - Samuel Jackson

Free Audible Book – Go the F–k to Sleep by Samuel Jackson

If you are fan of Samuel Jackson or if you have kids, you will love what I have to share with you. We have a 10 week old baby so he sleeps like a baby right now. But, I can see/hear this through some of my friends’ stories about staying up late because their kid [...]

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Book Review – In the Plex: How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives

I am a big fan of Google and a bunch of their web apps like Gmail, Google Reader, etc just like any other techie. I kept hearing about this book on Google from a lot of podcasters. So, I finally caved in and downloaded the audiobook on Audible – In The Plex: How Google Thinks, [...]

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120 Years of National Geographic in a 160GB hard drive

120 Years of National Geographic in a 160GB hard drive

I have been a huge fan of the National Geographic magazine for as long as I can remember and subscribe to it. National Geographic has released an wickedly cool collection of their magazines since 1888 in a 160GB hard drive. In their own words, Explore 120 years of amazing discoveries, fascinating maps, and the world’s [...]

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Quick Tip: How to Take Gorgeous Infant Photographs?

Quick Tip: How to Take Gorgeous Infant Photographs?

In my friends circle, it’s babies galore this year! More than half a dozen of my friends have had the wonderful moments in their lives welcoming a newborn into their family. Congratulations Kannan, Prasanna, Ravi, Suren, Vinod, Murali, Karthik & Ravi! I thought of you guys when I came across this article on 5 Tips [...]

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Amazing Time Lapse Video

Just browsing through my Google Reader and came across this mind blowing time lapse video of the sky! túrána hott kurdís by hasta la otra méxico! from Till Credner on Vimeo. For the curious, the maker of the video says he shot this at Most locations are in southern Germany around the Swabian Alb where [...]

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Possible Google Analytics Alternative – Woopra

Possible Google Analytics Alternative – Woopra

I have used Google Analytics ever since I registered my first website and haven’t had any complaints so far. It does what it does ti my satisfaction and answers most questions about my site visitors plus some more. I haven’t had the need or urge to look for an alternate web analytics offering so far. [...]

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