Thursday, January 31, 2013

Valentine's Day 2013 SMS

The hours Of Life I spend with u
I look upon as sort of a perfumed garden
A dim twilight
And a fountain singing to it
U & U alone make me feel
That I'm alive
Other men its said have seen angels
But I have seen thee & thou art enough
Love u
Happy Valentines Day My angel
O My Love
Happy Valentines Day
I would want to be a teardrop
because I would be born in your eyes
live on your cheeks
& die on your lips
Love u So Much
I Like Very Much these two Lines
Trip over love you can get up
Fall in love you fall forever
what u want
u r my life my love
u r my shelter from all fear
Baby with u hand in hand
i have found my whole world divine
Happy Valentines Day

Happy Valentine's Day 2013

Will U B My Valentine???

This May Be A Little Silly,
But I Have A Question For You,
Will You Be My Valentine?
Cause No One Else Will Do
I Know You Are My Boyfriend
But Will You Be My Valentine?
I Can’t Think Of Anyone Else
I’d Want To Have As Mine
No One Else Gives Me The Tingles
The Way You Always Do,
So, Will You Be My Valentine?
So I Can Share This With You…
No One Has Ever Kissed Me
And Sent Chills Down My Spine,
Until The Night You Kissed Me,
So, Please Be My Valentine…
Like I Said This Is Silly,
But I Have One Last Question For You…
If You Agree To Be My Valentine,
Can I Be Yours Too?

Monday, January 28, 2013

India successfully test-fired the ballistic missile

India's K-15 Subsurface Launched Missile Test

India on Sunday successfully test-fired the underwater ballistic missile, K-15 (code-named B05), off the Visakhapatnam coast, marking en end to a series of developmental trials.

In its twelfth flight trial, the 10-metre tall Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile (SLBM) lifted off from a pontoon, rose to an altitude of 20 km and reached a distance of about 700 km as it splashed down in the waters of the Bay of Bengal near the pre-designated target point.

According to scientific advisor to the Defence Minister V.K. Saraswat, the missile was tested for its full range of 700 km and the mission met all its objectives. He said the impact accuracy of the medium range strategic missile was in single digit.

With the completion of developmental trials, the process of integrating K-15 missile with INS Arihant, the indigenously-built nuclear submarine, will begin soon. As many as 12 nuclear-tipped missiles, each weighing six tonnes will be integrated with Arihant, which will be powered by an 80 MWt (thermal) reactor that uses enriched uranium as fuel and light water as coolant and moderator.

India is only the fifth country to have such a missile -- the other four are the United States, Russia, France and China.

Meanwhile the reactor has been integrated with the submarine and it was expected to go critical in May/ June 2013. Once that was done, the harbour trials will begin.

Besides Arihant, three other nuclear-powered submarines were being constructed -- one at Visakhapatnam and two at Vadodara. India is also developing K-4 missile with a range of 3,000 km.

High Altitude Gamma Ray Telescopes (HAGAR)

High Altitude Gamma Ray Telescopes at Indian Astronomical Observatory, Hanle

High Altitude Gamma Ray Telescope, HAGAR is an Atmospheric Cerenkov experiment with 7 telescopes, each with 7 mirrors of total area of 4.4 square meters, the total light gathering area of 7 telescopes is thus 31 square meters. The telescopes are deployed on the periphery of a circle of radius 50 meters with one telescope at the center. Each telescope has alt azimuth mounting. Each of the 7 mirrors in each telescope is looked at by a UV sensitive PhotoMultiplier Tube.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Flags in Torrent

What are the flags in a Torrent client?
The flags in the Torrent Client (BitTorrent or uTorrent) displays various letters, each carrying a special meaning about the state of the connection.

Meaning of flags in BitTorrent:
    ?: your client unchoked the peer but the peer is not interested
    D: currently downloading from the peer (interested and not choked)
    d: your client wants to download, but peer doesn't want to send (interested and choked)
    E: peer is using Protocol Encryption (all traffic)
    e: peer is using Protocol Encryption (handshake)
    F: peer was involved in a hashfailed piece (not necessarily a bad peer, just involved)
    H: peer was obtained through DHT
    h: peer connection established via UDP hole-punching
    I: peer established an incoming connection
    K: peer unchoked your client, but your client is not interested
    L: peer has been or discovered via Local Peer Discovery
    O: optimistic unchoke
    P: peer is communicating and transporting data over uTP
    S: peer is snubbed
    U: currently uploading to the peer (interested and not choked)
    u: the peer wants your client to upload, but your client doesn't want to (interested and choked)
    X: peer was included in peer lists obtained through Peer Exchange (PEX)

Examples of flags in uTorrent:
  1. D HP
  2. D HX
  3. D HXP
  4. D I
  5. D IEP
  6. D IH
  7. D IHE
  8. D IHP
  9. D IHX
  10. D IHXEP
  11. D IHXP
  12. D IHXPH
  13. D IP
  14. D IX
  15. D IXEP
  16. D IXP
  17. D X
  18. D XEP
  19. D XP
  20. D XPH
  21. DS HXP
  22. DS IHP
  23. DS X
  24. H
  25. HP
  26. HXP
  27. HXEP
  28. I
  29. IE
  30. IH
  31. IHP
  32. IHX
  33. IHXEP
  34. IHXEPH
  35. IHXP
  36. IP
  37. IX
  38. IXE
  39. K IEP
  40. P
  41. U
  42. U H
  43. U HXEP
  44. U HXP
  45. U IEP
  46. U IHP
  47. U IHX
  48. U IHXE
  49. U IHXEP
  50. U IHXP
  51. U IX
  52. U IXE
  53. U IXEP
  54. U IXP
  55. U XE
  56. U XP
  57. UD IHXEP
  58. UD IX
  59. UO IHXEP
  60. UO XE
  61. X
  62. XE
  63. XEP
  64. XP

Get maximum speed in uTorrent

How To Get Your Maxspeed (uTorrent)
  • Torrent Client - Preferences - Bandwidth - Number of connections - Set aprox. 500 for each
  • Torrent Client - Preferences - BiTorrent - Protocol Encryption - Forced
  • Bandwidth Allocation - High (Set download/upload limit - Unlimited)
  • Stop Other Active Torrents - Start downloading and wait for connections.
  • Enjoy and Seed for at least 1:1 ratio. Don't forget to say thanks/leave reviews.
  • Before downloading you should check/google search sample "release name""sample".
  • Greets to all actual/future p2p/scene QUALITY groups and affiliate websites.
  • Don't trust IMDb robot or bad ratings,always watch some trailers first.
  • Ignore stupid comments/fake/mislabeled/no-DVDrips/CAM/TS/RAR uploads.
  • Please spread this release/torrent to your friends/forums/etc.
  • If you need translation subs visit some subtitles sites.
  • Report if you see online streaming or other spam links.
  • Recommended movie player VLC PLAYER.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Six Sigma Key Roles

• Executive Leadership, that includes the CEO and other members of top management. They are responsible for setting up a vision for Six Sigma implementation. They empower the other role holders with the freedom and resources to explore new ideas for breakthrough improvements
• Champions take responsibility for Six Sigma implementation across the organization in an integrated manner. The Executive Leadership draws them from upper management. Champions also act as mentors to Black Belts
• Master Black Belts, identified by champions, act as in-house coaches on Six Sigma. They devote 100% of their time to Six Sigma. They assist champions and guide Black Belts and Green Belts and, apart from statistical tasks, they spend their time on ensuring consistent application of Six Sigma across various functions and departments
• Black Belts operate under Master Black Belts to apply Six Sigma methodology to specific projects. They devote 100% of their time to Six Sigma. They primarily focus on Six Sigma project execution, whereas Champions and Master Black Belts focus on identifying projects/functions for Six Sigma
• Green Belts are the employees who take up Six Sigma implementation along with their other job responsibilities, operating under the guidance of Black Belts
• Yellow Belts participate as project team members. They review process improvements that support the project
• White Belts can work on local problem-solving teams that support overall projects, but may not be part of a Six Sigma project team. They understand basic Six Sigma concepts from an awareness perspective


What is DMADV Methodology?

The acronym DMADV sounds pretty much similar to DMAIC. The similarity ends after the first three letters DMA.

     Define: You will define the goals of the project and that of the customers (both internal and external)

     Measure: Here you will quantify the customer needs as well as the goals of the management

     Analyze: Analyze the options, existing process to determine the cause of error origination and evaluate corrective measures

4.     Design: Design a new process or a corrective step to the existing one to eliminate the error origination that meets the target specification

5.     Verify: Verify, by simulation or otherwise, the performance of thus developed design and its ability to meet the target needs

DFSS is the acronym for Design For Six Sigma. Unlike the DMAIC methodology, the phases or steps of DFSS are not universally recognized or defined — almost every company or training organization will define DFSS differently. Many times a company will implement DFSS to suit their business, industry and culture; other times they will implement the version of DFSS used by the consulting company assisting in the deployment. One popular Design for Six Sigma methodology is called DMADV, and retains the same number of letters, number of phases, and general feel as the DMAIC acronym.


The DMAIC Methodology

Six Sigma improvement teams use the DMAIC methodology to root out and eliminate the causes of defects:

D Define a problem or improvement opportunity.

M Measure process performance.

A Analyze the process to determine the root causes of poor performance; determine whether the process can be improved or should be redesigned.

I Improve the process by attacking root causes.

C Control the improved process to hold the gains.

Six Sigma

  • Six Sigma is a set of tools and strategies for process improvement originally developed by Motorola in 1986. 
  • Six Sigma became well known after Jack Welch made it a central focus of his business strategy at General Electric in 1995, and today it is used in different sectors of industry. 
  • Six Sigma at many organizations simply means a measure of quality that strives for near perfection. 
  • Six Sigma is a disciplined, data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects (driving toward six standard deviations between the mean and the nearest specification limit) in any process – from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service. 
  • Six Sigma seeks to improve the quality of process outputs by identifying and removing the causes of defects (errors) and minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes. 
  • It uses a set of quality management methods, including statistical methods, and creates a special infrastructure of people within the organization ("Champions", "Black Belts", "Green Belts", "Orange Belts", etc.) who are experts in these very complex methods. 
  • Each Six Sigma project carried out within an organization follows a defined sequence of steps and has quantified financial targets (cost reduction and/or profit increase).