Code never lies, comments sometimes do! — Anonymous
New Delhi, Dec 6: Telecom minister Kapil sibal asked The social websites like Google and Facebook, to ensure that uploading of derogatory material is stopped. This was the outcome as a controversy raged over monitoring offensive content on internet platforms.
Maintaining that the government does not want to interfere with the press, he said if the social networking sites are not willing to cooperate with the government on stopping incendiary material “then it is the duty of the government to think of steps that we need.” “This government does not believe in sensation and does not believe either directly or indirectly interefering in the freedom of the press. We have demonstrated that time and again,” he said.
Sibal cited an example of a religious place that turned out to be a pornographic site, and told them such content played with religious sentiments, the sources said.
A number of retweets and comments on Twitter came pouring in on the demand made by him saying “Kapil Sibal is an Idiot”.
Kafila.org has started a campaign asking people to write ‘Kapil Sibal’ is an idiot’ on their Facebook status message, to use the hashtag #IdiotKapilSibal on Twitter and write a blog post with titles censorship, Internet censorship in India, Kapil Sibal and It is so common to hear people going on and on and on about how somebody famous and/or powerful is a complete idiot for doing something. They don’t understand how someone can be so totally bone-headed.
Here are latest interesting Twitter Responses.
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If you find yourself ever thinking like this (and I think this happens to all of us once in a while), stop and consider this question:
If that guy is such an idiot, and you can clearly see his faults, how come you are poor and unknown and that person is rich and famous?
Take, for example, the case of Kapil Sibal asking Google, Facebook, and co. to actively screen and filter all content before it is uploaded on their sites. Yes, on the face of it, it does seem rather an idiotic thing to say. However, my dear reader, I am willing to bet that Kapil Sibal is much smarter than you and me combined. He is a lawyer, he was the Solicitor-General of India, he had cleared the IAS exam (which is ridiculously difficult), and he has beaten Kyuki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thiin an election. So the best you and I can say is that we don’t really understand why Kapil Sibal is making such statements. There could be any number of reasons that you’ll never know. Maybe this is a move designed to win over rural voters. Maybe this is just a public stunt to soften up Google, Facebook for a backroom deal later on at terms very favorable to the Congress party. Maybe this is a way to make sure that Google, Facebook are very co-operative and pliable when police (or other government bodies) approach them with requests for private data.
Sources of content
I am amazed how fast this technology is moving. lots of technology and product there most of people thought its impossible.
Lets explore some of recent innovations and fact.
1 – Gmail Motion : A new way to communicate
The mouse and keyboard were invented before the Internet even existed. Since then, countless technological advancements have allowed for much more efficient human computer interaction. Why then do we continue to use outdated technology? Introducing Gmail Motion — now you can control Gmail with your body.
Read More: http://mail.google.com/mail/help/motion.html
2- Google is hiring Autocompleter
Google’s quality team is looking for talented, motivated, opinionated technologists to help us predict what users are looking for. If you’re eager to improve the search experience for millions of people and have a proven track record of excellence, this is a project for you!
This is the reason why Google is growing fast. Find more about this job detail at http://www.google.com/intl/en/jobs/uslocations/mountain-view/autocompleter/index.html
3 – A better web through faster fingers: Get ready to Chromercise!
Want to increase your hands’ STRENGTH and DEXTERITY while browsing the web FASTER and fitting into sleeker, SEXIER gloves?Chromercise is the finger fitness program you’ve been drumming the table for. BUILD muscle tone and flexibility! ELIMINATE unsightlyupper-finger flab! Surf the Net like a speed-typing master! Put the world in your hands—GET CHROMERCISED!
“Finally, somebody got it right…Chromercise elevates the emerging field of finger aerobics to extreme new heights…drawing equally from hard science and hard-rockin’ jams, it’s more than a daily workout—it’s a wrist-to-tip lifestyle transformation rooted as much in its adherents’ hearts and souls as their muscles and tendons. Are you Chromercised? Shouldn’t we all be, really?” — Digits Magazine, Page 27
4- LinkedIn – Connect with People you May know
I find a must have connection at people you may know. Please try yourself.
Looking for more innovations. please submit if you found any. I will update this post with more April fool Innovation. So keep Checking and commenting
Check out the latest video featuring 4 Non-Asian Artists from 4 different countries collaborating together singing this simple, beautiful, Bhangra Song.
This is the first ever Bhangra video which has been shoot in the 3 different Countries (England, Denmark & Finland) and sung by 4 different NON Asian Artists. Being released for charity on Sat 3rd July at the Music Builds Bridges International Festival, Birmingham.
The song features:
Dhol Blaster – King G.Mall
Anita Lerche – Yaz Alexander – Kiureli Sammallahti – Skibu
SimplyBhangra.com – Home of Bhangra Online
Update: Independence day update
If you logged into Gmail over the last hour (or visited the Gmail homepage), you probably noticed that something looked a bit off: all the vowels are missing. We realize this makes things difficult for all of you who rely on Gmail — whether at home or at work — and we’re incredibly sorry. We take morphological issues like this extremely seriously, so we want to let you all know what happened and what we’re doing about it.
At 6:01 am Pacific Time, during routine maintenance at one of our datacenters, the frontend web servers in that particular datacenter started failing to render the letter ‘a’ for a subset of users. As error rates escalated, the strain spread to other datacenters. We worked quickly to avoid a cascading failure of the entire alphabet by implementing a stopgap solution that limited the damage to the letters ‘a,’ ‘e,’ ‘i,’ ‘o,’ and ‘u.’ As a result, we’re experiencing Gmail’s first temporary vowel outage. (We’re still investigating whether the letter ‘y’ is impacted and will post an update here shortly.)
Over the last hour we’ve received numerous reports of this issue via our help forums, from colleagues at Google, and via email you’ve sent us. Some of you have already found creative workarounds for communicating without vowels, like Aaron, who sent us this:
Having 80.8% of the alphabet available is significantly below the 99.9% full letter uptime reliability we strive for. Since identifying the root case of this issue, we’ve started bringing vowels back to Gmail, so you should see them back in your account within the next few hours if you don’t already. In the meantime, while you may still see this issue in Gmail’s web interface, both IMAP and POP access are functioning normally. We’ll post an update as soon as things are fully resolved and, again, we’re v3ry s0rry.
Update (7:30 am): We’ve determined that the letter ‘y’ is not impacted.