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50 Best Websites 2010 – TIME

In Internet, Lists, Magazines on செப்ரெம்பர் 6, 2010 at 10:11 பிப

50 Best Websites 2010 – TIME

Top 7 Easy and Free Web Hosting Services

In Internet, Technology on செப்ரெம்பர் 30, 2009 at 1:18 பிப

Source: makeuseof.com

1. Zymic
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  • 5 GB disk space per account with unlimited account per users
  • 50 GB of monthly data transfer

2. XtreemHost
Gives you:

  • 5.5 GB disk space
  • 200 GB of monthly data transfer

3. Hosting-Engine
Gives you:

  • 150 MB disk space
  • 4 GB of monthly data transfer

4. Host-Ed
Gives you:

  • 150 MB disk space
  • 4 GB of monthly data transfer

5. Freehostia
Gives you:

  • 250 MB disk space
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6. PhpNet
Gives you:

  • 350 MB disk space
  • 15 GB of monthly data transfer

7. 000Webhost
Gives you:

  • 1.5 GB disk space
  • 100 GB of monthly data transfer

Top 10 Most visited Internet Addresses

In Blogs, Internet, USA on ஓகஸ்ட் 4, 2009 at 5:57 பிப

Source: Facebook Is Now the Fourth Largest Site In The World

  1. Google Sites: 844 million
  2. Microsoft Sites: 691 million
  3. Yahoo! Sites: 581 million
  4. Facebook: 340 million
  5. Wikimedia Foundation sites: 303 million
  6. AOL: 280 million
  7. eBay: 233 million
  8. CBS Interactive: 186 million
  9. Amazon: 183 million
  10. Ask Network: 174 million

Related: Twitter passes 44.5 million worldwide: these numbers only count visitors to the Twitter.com site and a substantial number of users – more than half by some counts – get to Twitter via third party apps. That could put unique visitors at potentially 90 million worldwide and 40 million in the U.S.

Tamil & Tamil Nadu: Popular Bookmarks: del.icio.us

In Blogs, Books, India, Internet, Literature, Movies, Srilanka, Tamilnadu, Technology on ஓகஸ்ட் 4, 2009 at 3:46 பிப

Tamil bookmarks in Popular: (Not necessarily by number of people bookmarked or recently added)

  1. Govt. of Tamil NaduTextbooks Online
  2. REGINET :: Registration Department Office
  3. TTDC Official Website, Department of Tourism, Government of Tamilnadu
  4. EB Payment Gateway
  5. English – Tamil Dictionary – Google Books
  6. Wiktionary
  7. Tamil Electronic Library – a comprehensive site on Thamil Language, Tamizh Culture, Thamizh Literature, Carnatic Music, Hindu Temples, Thamiz Books, தமிழ் Radio and TV
  8. To Catch a Tiger – The Atlantic (July 1, 2009): “Sri Lanka’s brutal suppression of the Tamil Tigers offers an object lesson in how to defeat an insurgency. Or does it? by Robert D. Kaplan”
  9. Type in Tamil using transliteration bookmarklet
  10. Tamil language Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  11. Tamil News | Online Tamil News | ThatsTamil | Tamil Portal | தட்ஸ்தமிழ்
  12. Online Tamil Dictionary
  13. chennailibrary.comசென்னை நூலகம் – Online Tamil Library
  14. Kalachuvadu: a magazine for arts and ideas
  15. TFM Notes Page
  16. Web Site for Learning and Teaching Tamil
  17. Balaji’s Thots
  18. நான் வாசித்த தமிழ்ப் புத்தகங்கள
  19. Learn Tamil online
  20. TamilNet

10 sites to help you find music

In Internet, Music on ஜூலை 23, 2009 at 7:58 பிப

Source: CNN
Subscription services

Free online streaming

Social music

Other takes

9 Yugamaayini Wrappers

In Magazines, Srilanka, Tamilnadu on ஜூலை 16, 2009 at 10:10 பிப

Top 10 SEO Advices to Tamil Hindu Website

In Blogs, Internet, Magazines, Technology on ஜூன் 24, 2009 at 3:50 முப

தமிழ் ஹிந்து & சொல்வனம்

1. No < title > →Tamil Hindu article page doesn’t have a title. Search engines use this information to determine, what the article is about.

2. The META (log in stuff) could be removed or moved down; especially the entries RSS could be renamed as ‘Subscribe to this website contents in your Reader’; Register could be renamed as ‘Become a Member of Thamil Hindu’ and transferred to a better area.

3. Add a ‘Subscribe by email‘ with a box for mail-id in each page – prominently; many would like get posts (at least summaries) in email in box

4. Tag (cloud) could be listed on the LHS (similar to Category listing)

5. List of Recent Posts on each page

6. ‘Kakkai parliament’ and all posts should have at least two images (like one of Bharathiyar and other one relevant to the page: The image names should be given descriptively; similar to ஷேக்)

7. Use ‘All in one SEO pack’ to get better mileage; pull more visitors from Google, Bing. More info @ தேடுபொறிகளுக்கு உகந்ததாகத் தளத்தை மாற்றுவது எப்படி? & வேர்ட்ப்ரெஸ் நீட்சிகள்

8. Automatically generated Related posts on each page.

9. Links are very very implicit; most of them without underline; could be difficult for elderly & visually challenged folks like me.

10. Finally, does TamilHindu have a Facebook and Twitter account?

Tamil Blog Aggregators: List of Bookmarking Services

In Blogs, Internet, Srilanka, Tamilnadu on ஜூன் 11, 2009 at 3:31 பிப

  1. Thamizmanam.Net – Tamilmanam.com :: தமிழ்மணம்
  2. Tamilish :: Tamileesh.com – தமிழிஷ்
  3. Tamil Veli தமிழ்வெளி
  4. Thiratti :: திரட்டி
  5. Nellai Tamil :: தமிழ்நெல்லைத்தமிழ்
  6. Thamizhagam :: தமிழகம்
  7. Blogkut Thamizh – Tamil Blogs Sangamam | ப்ளாக் குட் சங்கமம்
  8. தமிழீழத்திரட்டி :: Pageflakes – rishanthan’s தமிழ் வலைப்பதிவுகள்
  9. Pageflakes – maya’s இலங்கை வலைப்பதிவாளர் திரட்டி
  10. நியூஸ் பானை :: News Paanai – Tamil News Sharing Site
  11. தமிழ் 10 :: Tamil10 / பிரபல செய்திகள்
  12. நம் குரல் :: Nam Kural – Urakach Sollungal / Published News
  13. Tamil related News and StorieseTamil :: இ தமிழ்
  14. தமிழர்ஸ் :: Tamilers / பிரபல இடுகைகள் முழுதும்
  15. தமிழ் திரட்டி சிங்கை – Tamil.sg :: Tamilsg Tamil Blogs Aggregator
  16. தமிழ்பெஸ்ட் :: thamilbest.com — Thamizh best – Best Links In Tamil
  17. Social Bookmarking :: புக் மார்க்குகள் – சமுதாய செய்தி by ThatsTamil.com :: One India

கொசுறு: tamils (தமிழ்ப்பதிவுகள்) on Twitter

11 Browser Testing Tools: Roundup for Web Designers

In Internet, Technology on ஜூன் 8, 2009 at 5:44 பிப

Source: Bryan Connor: “For all you frustrated web designers out there who are constantly testing and retesting to make sure your site looks perfect across browsers (excluding IE6) then you know there are lots of options out there for testing. The Launch of Browserlabs from Adobe has prompted me to put together a list of 10 browser testing tools for web designers.”

Static Screenshot Testing

  1. Adobe Browserlab ( Recommended  )
  2. IE Netrenderer
  3. Browsershots.com
  4. Litmus
  5. Browsercamp

Native Running Browser Testing

  1. Crossover ( Recommended )
  2. CrossBrowserTesting.com
  3. Xenocode.com
  4. IETester
  5. Mutliple_IE
  6. Expression Web SuperPreview

Gartner’s Top 10 Information Technology Predictions for 2009

In Internet, Lists, Technology, USA on ஏப்ரல் 17, 2009 at 4:58 பிப

Gartner publishes an annual top 10 list of broad technology predictions selected from more than 100 predictions that its analysts present and review every year.

Prediction #1: The challenge of current world economic conditions is set to drive uptake of video telepresence in the next three years, with the travel industry losing out, according to Gartner Inc.

#2: From 2009 to 2013 the server virtualization software market will grow with a compound annual growth rate of 28 percent, rising from US$1.8bn to US$6.2bn. Organizations are looking at ways to cut costs, better utilize assets and reduce implementation/management time and complexity. Virtualization addresses all of these concerns.

3: By 2011, 30 percent of consulting and systems integration revenue will be delivered via ‘cloud computing,’ a style of computing where massively scaleable IT-enabled capabilities are delivered ‘as a service’ to external customers using Internet technologies.

4: By 2012, as many as one in three of the top 20 business process outsourcing (BPO) providers will no longer exist. Contracts which today rely on significant front-end transition investment and time will likely give way to standardized services utilizing cloud-oriented approaches.

#5: By 2012, successful enterprises will actively encourage and reward more failures in order to find the optimal approach they want more quickly. Unfortunately, for many reasons, most business managers lack the skills to change processes or understand how desired changes might affect others. Thus, the BPM principle that business managers and process participants can and should be able to change processes — either changing the design, the instance, the data or the execution — is very scary to many.

Prediction #6: In 2012, the major PC vendors will recycle only one PC for every five they ship. With ongoing PC market growth and strong adoption of mobile PCs, the volume of secondary PCs is accelerating. Without subsidies, PC recycling is usually not profitable.

#7: By 2012, 30 percent of mobile PCs sold in the worldwide consumer market will be priced at less than US$300. Low-cost PCs allow vendors to increase PC penetration in emerging markets across Asia Pacific, in Latin America, Eastern Europe and the Middle East and Africa. The inclusion of wireless functionality for mobile Internet connectivity, when combined with growing availability of wireless infrastructure makes these devices attractive to telecommunications service providers, opening up a new distribution channel.

#8: By year end 2013, 40 percent of enterprise knowledge workers will have abandoned or removed their desk phone. With complex desk phones costing several hundred dollars per unit, and growing moves toward remote workers, hotdesking and other business practices which unlink an individual from a fixed location, there are significant cost savings possible.

#9: By the end of next year 2010, wireless operators will cease to offer unlimited (flat-rate) mobile data plans. Gartner warns that users must expect data throughput limitations on 3G to continue and plan mobile enterprise services accordingly. New bandwidth-intensive smart phones and mobile Internet devices are accelerating the demand for bandwidth, with devices like Apple’s iPhone driving significant increases in mobile data usage. Networks are already hitting capacity and increased customer demand is impacting network availability and effective throughput.

Prediction #10: By year end 2012, physical sensors will create 20 percent of non-video Internet traffic. We are all familiar with CCTV systems for monitoring traffic movement, license plates and many other applications, but how about collecting data from the hard-disk shock sensors in your notebook to collect data to better understand earth tremors and earthquakes?