Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Why this Kolaveri di song – Students version

Why dis kolaveri Di
Yo students I am singing song,
Sem song
Fail song….
Why this kolaveri kolaveri kolaveri di
Why this kolaveri kolaveri kolaveri di
White colour-u paper paper
Paper print-u black-u
Eyes-u questions- u meet-u meet-u
My future dark
Why this kolaveri kolaveri kolaveri di
Maama hall ticket eduthuko
Apdiye kaila bit eduthuko
Pa pa paan pa pa paan pa pa
paa pa pa paan
Sariya vaasi
super maama ready
ready 1 2 3 4
Wow what a change over maama
ok maama now tune change
Kaila book
Only english..
Hand la book-u
Book la notes-u
Eyes-u full-aa tear-u
Empty brain-u
Exam-u come-u
Life reverse gear-u
Mam-u mam-u
Oh my mam-u
You taught me sum-u
Cow-u cow-u holy cow-u
Is this in syllabus-u
God im dying now-u
Invigilator is happy how-u
This song-u for all Students-u
We don’t have choice-u
Why this kolaveri kolaveri kolaveri di!

Are You Addicted To Social Media?

Do you refresh Facebook 15 times an hour to track the likes on your status? It's likely the answer is yes. In some way or another many of us have become slightly (or not so slightly) obsessed with the social media feedback loop. While it may seem like a sign of the times, it's actually just another way we reinforce a desperate need to feel good enough. Social media has offered us a new way to anesthetize a deep-rooted feeling of lack: the more likes we get, the better we feel.

But what happens when the "like" button isn't pushed, or the retweets just don't happen? Then what? A social media meltdown, maybe? Do you experience an unconscious sense of self-lack, uncertainty about your last post or (worst of all), do you spend the next hour refreshing your page for some semblance of positive reinforcement?

If this resonates with you, trust that you're not alone. Remember that last scene of "The Social Network"? Even Mark Zuckerberg refreshes his page for feedback.

Rather than beat myself up or deny the reality of my obsession I chose to work toward creating a more balanced relationship with my online status. I'm a big fan of 30-day plans, so I put myself on a social media detox. No, I didn't shut down my twitter page or deny my friends. I did quite the opposite. I continued to post as frequently as before but I made a 30-day commitment to ignore the retweets and seriously lay off the likes. I dedicated a half hour a day to respond to my friends and monitor my twitter correspondence.

Remember, the issue was not social media. In fact, I love social media and am endlessly grateful for the service it provides. This was an issue of self-esteem and a deep-rooted need to feed my ego through other people's positive reinforcement. The hours I spent seeking feedback from my friends were hours wasted on a false belief that some number of comments or RTs would make me feel any better than I already did. But when I backed off from this positive feedback loop, I cleared space for self-love and self-soothing. For a month, I meditated and affirmed my sense of self-worth instead of frantically checking my notifications. I deepened my connection to my own inner spirit by putting the kibosh on my social media feedback obsession.

This 30-day practice did me good. A month of daily repetition broke me of the obsessive pattern and enhanced my sense of self-worth. When I no longer cared about responses, I could spend more time focusing on sharing what I honestly felt rather than what I thought might get the most RTs. Ironically, this practice increased my social graph. Without even trying, I grew my fan page by 1,500 members in 30 days and got more impressions on Twitter than I'd ever had before.

Once I placed my social media strategy on sharing great content rather than wowing my audience, I shifted the energy behind my correspondence with my fans. When I was looking for feedback, the energy behind my tweets and posts was needy and manipulative. But when I started tweeting for Twitter's sake, the energy was clear and released. Energy is in everything -- even in your Twitter feed.

If you too are a social media feedback junkie, consider my 30-day practice. Get honest about your behavior, commit to lay off the "refresh" button, and clear space to share honest content rather than some canned comment that you think might get a ton of activity. Enhance your self-worth from the inside out and shine light on the Twittersphere.

Students Kolaveri D Version..

Students Kolaveri D Version

Hand-la book-u,book la stuff-u,eyes full aa tear-u.

empty mind-u,exam come-u, life reverse gear-u.

God i m dyin nau,teacher is happy how-u.

this-u song-u 4 students-u,we dont hav a choice-u..

Why dis kolaveri kolaveri kolaveri di..!:-D
onee twooo 3 4ourr...
And 4ward to ur frndsuu..:-D

Twi-light e-Fact!!.. Beware....

Don't use these sites together!!!!..
It has been detected that many people (majority girls) got affected by this TWILIGHT effect... :PPP

Kingfisher 2012 Calendar!!!

(Be careful <please avoid viewing in front of any one>)

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No More Money to pay models now…
Back to Indian Culture …

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Blackberry Empathy

The Empathy is an angular phone that looks absolutely stunning--and a tad bonkers. Its front is home to an OLED touch screen that's transparent when not in use, and opaque at other times. It wouldn't be a proper BlackBerry without a physical keyboard, but the Empathy's is located on its back.
BlackBerry Empathy has several specifications, including:
* Connecting direct users to sites like FaceBook and MySpace for instant messaging and status updates.
* Equipped with proximity sensor, allowing you to detect people’s emotions through a graph closest emotion with a visual timeline.
* Use the key moves
* Keyboard tactile translucent and flexible OLED screen
* Plus HUD (heads up display).
* The button on the phone can change color according to user emotion, a feeling through the messages, phone calls and biometric sensors.
* Represents the concept of social networking through portable devices are popular among the masses, but only biometric technology will take it to another level.
* Represents the latest innovations in technology
* You can also do live video chat on your cell phone while traveling.

Vitamin F

Why do I have a variety of friends who are all different in character ?

Some of them can be considered marginal even ?

How do I get on with them all ?

I think that each one helps to bring out a "different" part of me.

With one of them I am a polite, good person.

I joke with another friend.

I sit down and talk about serious matters with one of them.

With another I giggle at every silly thing.

I have my tea with one

And dance with another.

I listen to one friend's problems and give her advice

Then I listen to another advising me.

They are all like pieces of a jigsaw,

When completed they form a treasure box.

A treasure of friends!

They are my friends who understand me better than myself,

Who support me through good days and bad days.

They are like colourful anti-depressants that I take on different days.

Real Age doctors tell us that friends are good for our health.

Dr. Oz calls them Vitamins F (from Friends) and counts the benefits of friends to our well being.

Research shows that people in strong social circles have less risk of depression and terminal strokes.

If you take Vitamin F constantly you can be up to 30 years younger than your real age.

The warmth of friendship stops stress and even in your tense moments it decreases the chance of a cardiac arrest or stroke by 50 %.

I am so happy that I have a stock of Vitamins F!

In summary we should value our friends and keep in touch with them.

We should try to see the funny side of things and laugh together,

Not forgetting to open our mouths big to swallow the floating Vitamins F !!!!

Thank you for being my Vitamin F!

That's how engineers makes a heart!!..

A Geeky Way To Propose Your Girlfriend!!.. :P :D

Step 1:-
go to Google

Step 2:-
enter this query:
(sqrt(cos(x))*cos(200x)+sqrt(abs(x))-0.7)*(4-x*x)^0.01, sqrt(9-x^2), -sqrt(9-x^2) from -4.5 to 4.5

Step 3:-
see the magic!!.. :XD

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