101 Usefull Websites

Posted: December 26, 2010 in Uncategorized

101 Use full Web Sites

01. screenr.com – record movies of your desktop and send them straight to YouTube.
02. bounceapp.com – for capturing full length screenshots of web pages.
03. goo.gl – shorten long URLs and convert URLs into QR codes.
04. untiny.me – find the original URLs that’s hiding behind a short URLs.
05. localti.me – know more than just the local time of a city
06. copypastecharacter.com – copy-paste special characters that aren’t on your keyboard.
07. topsy.com – a better search engine for twitter.
08. fb.me/AppStore – search iOS apps without launching iTunes.
09. iconfinder.com – the best place to find icons of all sizes.
10. office.com – download templates, clipart and images for your Office documents.
11. woorank.com – everything you wanted to know about a website.
12. virustotal.com – scan any suspicious file or email attachment for viruses.
13. wolframalpha.com – gets answers directly without searching – see more wolfram tips.
14. printwhatyoulike.com – print web pages without the clutter.
15. joliprint.com – reformats news articles and blog content as a newspaper.
16. isnsfw.com – when you wish to share a NSFW page but with a warning.
17. e.ggtimer.com – a simple online timer for your daily needs.
18. coralcdn.org – if a site is down due to heavy traffic, try accessing it through coral CDN.
19. random.org – pick random numbers, flip coins, and more.
20. mywot.com – check the trust level of any website – example.
21. viewer.zoho.com – Preview PDFs and Presentations directly in the browser.
22. tubemogul.com – simultaneously upload videos to YouTube and other video sites.
23. truveo.com – the best place for searching web videos.
24. scr.im – share you email address online without worrying about spam.
25. spypig.com – now get read receipts for your email.
26. sizeasy.com – visualize and compare the size of any product.
27. whatfontis.com – quickly determine the font name from an image.
28. fontsquirrel.com – a good collection of fonts – free for personal and commercial use.
29. regex.info – find data hidden in your photographs – see more EXIF tools.
30. tineye.com – this is like an online version of Google Googles.
31. iwantmyname.com – helps you search domains across all TLDs.
32. tabbloid.com – your favorite blogs delivered as PDFs.
33. join.me – share you screen with anyone over the web.
34. onlineocr.net – recognize text from scanned PDFs and images – see other OCR tools.
35. flightstats.com – Track flight status at airports worldwide.
36. wetransfer.com – for sharing really big files online.
37. pastebin.com – a temporary online clipboard for your text and code snippets.
38. polishmywriting.com – check your writing for spelling or grammatical errors.
39. awesomehighlighter.com – easily highlight the important parts of a web page.
40. typewith.me – work on the same document with multiple people.
41. whichdateworks.com – planning an event? find a date that works for all.
42. everytimezone.com – a less confusing view of the world time zones.
43. warrick.cs.odu.edu – you’ll need this when your bookmarked web pages are deleted.
44. gtmetrix.com – the perfect tool for measuring your site performance online.
45. imo.im – chat with your buddies on Skype, Facebook, Google Talk, etc. from one place.
46. translate.google.com – translate web pages, PDFs and Office documents.
47. youtube.com/leanback – sit back and enjoy YouTube videos in full-screen mode.
48. similarsites.com – discover new sites that are similar to what you like already.
49. wordle.net – quick summarize long pieces of text with tag clouds.
50. bubbl.us – create mind-maps, brainstorm ideas in the browser.
51. kuler.adobe.com – get color ideas, also extract colors from photographs.
52. followupthen.com – setup quick reminders via email itself.
53. lmgtfy.com – when your friends are too lazy to use Google on their own.
54. tempalias.com – generate temporary email aliases, better than disposable email.
55. pdfescape.com – lets you can quickly edit PDFs in the browser itself.
56. faxzero.com – send an online fax for free – see more fax services.
57. feedmyinbox.com – get RSS feeds as an email newsletter.
58. isendr.com – transfer files without uploading to a server.
59. tinychat.com – setup a private chat room in micro-seconds.
60. privnote.com – create text notes that will self-destruct after being read.
61. flightaware.com – live flight tracking service for airports worldwide.
62. boxoh.com – track the status of any shipment on Google Maps – alternative.
63. chipin.com – when you need to raise funds online for an event or a cause.
64. downforeveryoneorjustme.com – is your favourite site really offline?
65. example.com – this website can be used as an example in documentation.
66. whoishostingthis.com – find the web host of any website.
67. google.com/history – found something on Google but can’t remember it now?
68. errorlevelanalysis.com – find whether a photo is real or a photoshopped one.
69. google.com/dictionary – get word meanings, pronunciations and usage examples.
70. urbandictionary.com – find definitions of slangs and informal words.
71. seatguru.com – consult this site before choosing a seat for your next flight.
72. sxc.hu – download stock images absolutely free.
73. imo.im – chat with your buddies on Skype, Facebook, Google Talk, etc. from one place.
74. wobzip.org – unzip your compressed files online.
75. vocaroo.com – record your voice with a click.
76. scribblemaps.com – create custom Google Maps easily.
77. buzzfeed.com – never miss another Internet meme or viral video.
78. alertful.com – quickly setup email reminders for important events.
79. encrypted.google.com – prevent your ISP and boss from reading your search queries.
80. formspring.me – you can ask or answer personal questions here.
81. snopes.com – find if that email offer you received is real or just another scam.
82. typingweb.com – master touch-typing with these practice sessions.
83. mailvu.com – send video emails to anyone using your web cam.
84. ge.tt – quickly send a file to someone, they can even preview it before downloading.
85. timerime.com – create timelines with audio, video and images.
86. stupeflix.com – make a movie out of your images, audio and video clips.
87. aviary.com/myna – an online audio editor that lets you record and remix audio clip.
88. noteflight.com – print music sheets, write your own music online (review).
89. disposablewebpage.com – create a temporary web page that self-destruct.
90. namemytune.com – when you need to find the name of a song.
91. homestyler.com – design from scratch or re-model your home in 3d.
92. snapask.com – use email on your phone to find sports scores, read Wikipedia, etc.
93. teuxdeux.com – a beautiful to-do app that resembles a paper dairy.
94. livestream.com – broadcast events live over the web, including your desktop screen.
95. bing.com/images – automatically find perfectly-sized wallpapers for mobiles.
96. historio.us – preserve complete web pages with all the formatting.
97. dabbleboard.com – your virtual whiteboard.
98. whisperbot.com – send an email without using your own account.
99. sumopaint.com – an excellent layer-based online image editor.
100. lovelycharts.com – create flowcharts, network diagrams, sitemaps, etc.
101. nutshellmail.com – Get your Facebook and Twitter streams in your inbo


بتانے والی نے کچھ یوں بتایا:
”میں گاڑی سے اتر کر گھر کی طرف جا رہی تھی کہ ایک بھکارن جس کے ساتھ ایک چھوٹی سی بچی بھی تھی اور حالت سے ہی پتا چل رہا تھا کہ مستحق نہیں، نے سوال کیا۔ میں ان سنی کر کے جاتی رہی لیکن اس عورت کے ساتھ جو بچی تھی وہ میرے ساتھ ساتھ چلنے لگی اور لگاتار آٹو ریوائنڈ کیسٹ لگا کر مانگتی رہی۔ باجی اللہ کے نام پہ دے دو، فطرانہ دے دو اور پتا نی کیا کیا لیکن میں نے دھیان نہیں دیا اور اسکو اتنا اگنور کیا کہ اسکی طرف دوبارہ دیکھا تک نہیں۔ میں گھر کا دروازہ کھول کر اندر داخل ہو ئی تو پیچھے سے بچی کی آواز آئی ’اے کنجری پیسے تو دے دے‘ اور بے اختیار میری ہنسی نکل گئی“۔
یہ سن کر میں نے پوچھا کہ پھر پیسے دئیے؟ جواب ملا “پہلے نہیں دیے تو اس بات کے بعد کیسے ممکن تھا؟“
دوبارہ دیکھ تو لیا ہی ہو گا؟
نہیں بالکل بھی نہیں لیکن ہنسی تھی کہ رکنے کا نام نہیں لے رہی تھی۔
تو جی کچھ ایسا ہی حال ہے ہمارے حکمرانوں اور عالمی برادری کا۔ ملاحظہ ہو حالات و واقعات اور پھر اس کے بعد بیانات۔ سیلاب آیا تو صدر صاحب غیر ملکی دورے پر باہر۔ وزیر اعظم صاحب مصروف۔ بے نظیر پارٹ ٹو نامی ماڈل صاحبہ ہفتے بعد سیلابی بیک گراؤنڈ کے ساتھ تصویر بنوا کر اخباروں میں چھپوا دیتی ہیں اور وزیر اعظم صاحب دو ہفتے بعد ہیلی کاپٹری معائنہ کر کے اربوں ڈالر نقصان کا تخمینہ لگاتے ہیں اور کشکول لے کر کھڑے ہو جاتے ہیں۔ پھر ساری کابینہ اور حکمران ”اللہ کے نام پہ دے دے بابا“ شروع ہو جاتے ہیں۔
صدر صاحب بار بار کہتے ہیں عالمی برادری مدد کرے میں وعدہ کرتا ہوں ایک ایک پیسہ متاثرین پر خرچ ہو گا (لُک ایٹ دا گارنٹی)۔ ڈونرز کانفرنس سے خطاب کرتے ہوئے اصل صدر اور وزیر اعظم صاحب کہتے ہیں دنیا ہمارا پچاس ارب ڈالر قرضہ معاف کرے۔ وزیر اعظم صاحب کا بیان آتا ہے کہ عالمی برادری این جی اوز کو امداد دے رہی ہے پھر ان فنڈز کے خرچ کا سوال حکومت سے نہ کیا جائے۔ پھر کہتے ہیں این جی اوز آدھے فنڈز تنخواہوں کی مد میں خرچ کر رہی ہیں یہ متاثرین کی مدد کیا کریں گے؟ ابھی بیان آئے چار دن ہی ہوئے تھے کہ وکی صاحب کا پیمپر لیک کر گیا لیکن غالب گمان یہی ہے کہ اب اسی پیمپر کے لیکس سے پھیلنے والے گند کو بنیاد بنا کر تھوڑے دن میں بیان آنے شروع ہو جائیں گے ”اے کنجری پیسے تو دے دے“ اور یہ تو وہ کنجری ہے جو پہلے سے ہی ہم پر بے اختیار ہنس رہی ہے


You will need a special tool to copy the Installation files and making the USB-stick/SD card bootable – usb_multiboot_10.zip


  1. Unpack to any folder. THE PATH TO YOUR FOLDER MUST BE SIMPLE AND WITHOUT SPACES! (ex. c:\usb_multiboot_10)

  2. Insert USBstick / SD card.

    1. ALL DATA ON YOUR STICK WILL BE ERASED! Please back up before running USB_MultiBoot_10.cmd!

  3. Run USB_MultiBoot_10.cmd. follow text description.

  4. Format utility will apear. Choose NTFS for >=4Gb usb flash and FAT16 for other, Start format, Close after finishing to allow the DOS operations to continue.

    1. diamondsw: Using the “HP format” option works fine for any capacity, and you can use FAT32 without problems (I used a 4GB stick). This can be useful as more systems can read FAT32 than NTFS.

    2. NOTE: If you are doing this from a Vista machine, you may need to run PeToUSB.exe as adminstrator in order for this program to recognize the jump drive. (Right click PeToUSB.exe > Properties > Compatibility > “Run this program as an administrator” checked.)

  5. Set options 1 and 2. Set option 0 only if you want to use USB HDD instead of a USB stick/ SD card.

  6. Do not touch other options if you have no idea about it.

  7. Choose 3 after setting all other options. It will create the image and write it to the USB stick as well as making the USBstick / SD card bootable.

  8. Answer Yes to all questions that come up (these vary depending on options selected).

  9. When it finishes copying, remove your usb stick and insert it in the EeePC to install XP.

  10. When you turn on the Eee, hold down “Esc” to choose the boot device and select the USB stick/ SD card. You’ll need to do this at each reboot until XP is fully installed and you’ve logged in.

  11. Choose Text installation at first time and GUI INSTALLATION AFTER REBOOT TWICE! – ( Choose step 1 to start installing, after reboot choose step two, after continued install press step 2 AGAIN to log into XP – As soon as you arrive at the Windows XP Desktop you can safely remove the USBStick / SD card.

    1. If you get hal.dll not found errors, read carefully the last two last bullets!

    2. If you get ‘ntldr is missing’ or other boot errors after you have ran text installation make sure you have deleted ALL partitions during ‘text installation’ this includes the BIOS partition.


Looking into the Past of Websites

Posted: April 14, 2009 in Review
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Most popular Websites have always come of age during the years, as Google has changed since it was first seen around in late 90’s. Many websites went through transition phase during these years. I have always wondered to see that how the website may look like in the Past?

I got the answer to this question while surfing the Internet. I came around a very useful resource which I would like to share with my readers.


This was how Google’s Looks like back in 1998 .Google was still in beta 11 years ago. Google believed in simplicity and there’s no exception whether it’s 1998 or 2009


This Screen Shot is of Google on 14 Feb (Valentines Day) 2003 and today it is a completely changed phenomenon in 2009


Similarly below are the screen shots of Mobilink Website back in 2000.This Shows that in 2000 Mobilink use to advertise its free outgoing calls, and free incoming calls package in the evening from 6.00 P.M to 7:00 A.M. It was before the Calling Party Pays (CPP) Regulation.


Mobilink in 2009 is completely different with new diverse product range.


Telenor Home Page back on 3rd November 2004, this page shows information about the Telenor acquiring license of GSM in Pakistan. They Clearly State that by the year 4 we will cover 70 % of Pakistan‘s 297 Tehsils Head Quarters.


And in 2009 Telenor is completely with a new look, logo and Finest Value Added Services in the Country. So going back in past gave us a look at the Companies Aim in 2004, which it has achieved to good extent in present.


Ufone Home Page back in 2005, which states at that time that they are the only 2.5 g high tech cellular network in Pakistan offering high speed gprs, mms, wap and sms services. At that time ufone logo was

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And in 2009 Ufone logo is changed to (Its all about U) and is Competing with new products and features.


All these screen shots give us a view that how Companies Went through transitions with time.

These screen shots are taken from the website www.archive.org , it is a great resource for the past of any website, it stores about 85 billion Web pages archived since 1996, which amounts to three petabytes of data. Only five years ago, the Way back Machine


Contained about 30 billion Web pages. It is expected to continue to grow by 100TB of data per month now that it’s live The Internet Archive organization plans to announce the opening of a new data center to house two petabytes of information for its Machine.

Websites older than one year are featured in this; Pro Pakistani is younger than a year so still it doesn’t feature on the Way Back Machine.


Users can surf the Way back Machine by typing in the Web address of a Web site or webpage and then choose from a series of dates that reflect the stored images. The site does not currently support keyword search.


The real purpose which Way Back Machine is serving is that the Readers, Researchers, Analysts and Scientists could get the resources to the websites and analyze that how a company have passed the transition phase, how and what they changed through time.

The site is also a great resource of history as if one wants to go through historical events or talks one can find it handy.

The outlook of a website is very simple this making it easy to use. The Website looks more focused towards American Society, However it needs to add more cultural aspects of the world.

SMS Service may Be Blocked in Pakistan

Posted: April 13, 2009 in News

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It is reported that Government is seriously thinking to block the SMS Service in Pakistan Permanently , the reason behind this initiative is that recent Investigations shows that people are misusing this service and it may be threat to the Terrorist activities in Pakistan.

So Mr.Rehman Malik , Interior Advisor , states clearly that , Government Could Ban This Service . This will have a very bad impact internationally also , that Pakistan is not able to control its Internal Telecom Traffic , And in desperation Blocking the Simple means of communication of youth and many Pakistanis.

Lets hope it will be in right Direction.

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If you’ve only got one wired Ethernet connection and a room full of internet-starved laptop users, you can quickly turn your laptop into a wireless hot spot without any extra software. CNET TV has a video tutorial that demonstrates how you can turn Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Mac OS X laptops into wireless broadcasting hot spots. CNET even shows how you can add security to the wireless signal to keep intruders out. The process is painless in Vista and OS X, but requires a few steps in XP. Anyone know how to accomplish the same task in Linux? Share in the comments.

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Internet have changed our lives, These short animated videos will help Viewers understand the basic concepts of the Internet and how the “World Wide Web” has evolved since the ARPA Net when networks were limited to defense laboratories and university labs.

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