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We as Co-creators (with God)

Observing, from a detached position, the world of matter that we enter as human beings i.e. the universe or universal ‘plane’, one sees how we, as souls, create our lives and experiences. Through the law of cause and effect we constantly create our future, individually and collectively, immediate and long term, by our thoughts, actions and attitudes. This future includes our bodies, social environment, ecological environment, mental state, medical state and manner of death. Perhaps, in creating the Virtual Reality we presently create via computers we are subconsciously expressing this co-creativity through the conscious mind and technology. Virtual Reality seems almost real and technology will, no doubt, improve on this in time. We seem to experience what we create in this Virtual Reality. This is, of course, an illusion but an experience nevertheless. I am sure most if us would agree to this.
During a life, we, as a soul, experience the events that occur in the same detached manner as after the
body dies despite the person feeling and experiencing these with the full impact of the senses. In this, the more detached the state of being of the soul/person (the entity) the less the experiences attach as ‘baggage’ to the subconscious to become an encumbrance later. This is because the life/lives we take on in this plane, and this plane itself, are not really what they seem; they are an illusion, or dreamlike, and not true reality. The only true reality is our state of being when we were created – our god state.
When we are dreaming, what occurs is very, very real as we all know and yet, on awakening, we
dismiss the event as just a dream. However, the euphoria or horror of the dream is ‘real’ enough to remain with us for a variable period. When we are awake everything is very real too. Which is the true reality? When we leave our body our life here becomes the ‘dream’ and where we then are becomes the reality. When we reach full enlightenment, Christhood or full realisation, call it what we will, that is the only reality, and there is no dream of any sort. From our physical mindset, therefore, we create both the dream ‘reality’ and the virtual ‘reality’ with the latter more approximating the reality of former when technology is refined. In the manner in which the dream and the technologically created ‘reality’ are similar but not the same so is the similarity between “life in the physical” and our existence when not in the physical.
In constantly creating our future we create, as part of that future, the state of the health of our bodies.
This happens through our attachment to our experiences in life, and the greater the attachment the greater the effect on the body. In other words, the more the ‘baggage’ the more the adverse effect on the health of the body and the mind, and it must be remembered that this ‘baggage’ may come from more than one life. ‘Baggage’ is attached to the mind that is not an integral part of the Self but only something acquired along the way, and the mind, from the Thought Field, through the Life Field creates the dis-ease in the latter, which in turn creates disease, and illness in the physical body. Conversely, altering the state of the mind by getting rid of ‘baggage’ and not taking on more, by being non-attached, dis-ease and its consequences cease to be. Of course, total detachment, total subduing of the mind, results in full enlightenment and, when we achieve this the necessity to enter this plane no longer exists.
Faced with any situation in life we are presented with options, from these options, depending on our
attitudes and thoughts, we make a choice; if this choice creates stress this stress creates one or more of the following: a reduction in the efficiency of the immune system, headaches, muscular tension resulting in pain, digestive problems and so on. The possibilities are endless. Similarly, hate, sustained anger, an imbalance between work, relaxation and play etc. adversely affect mind and body. To further illustrate the point of creating our own future we can take the simple situation where we, say, slap someone and get slapped in return; or where deforestation is followed by floods and landslides. This is
‘instant karma’ and, perhaps more easily understood than effects that take longer to manifest. The active principle is the same.

Observing, from a detached position, the world of matter that we enter as human beings i.e. the universe or universal ‘plane’, one sees how we, as souls, create our lives and experiences. Through the law of cause and effect we constantly create our future, individually and collectively, immediate and long term, by our thoughts, actions and attitudes. This future includes our bodies, social environment, ecological environment, mental state, medical state and manner of death. Perhaps, in creating the Virtual Reality we presently create via computers we are subconsciously expressing this co-creativity through the conscious mind and technology. Virtual Reality seems almost real and technology will, no doubt, improve on this in time. We seem to experience what we create in this Virtual Reality. This is, of course, an illusion but an experience nevertheless. I am sure most of us would agree to this.

During a life, we, as a soul, experience the events that occur in the same detached manner as after the body dies despite the person feeling and experiencing these with the full impact of the senses. In this, the more detached the state of being of the soul/person (the entity) the less the experiences attach as ‘baggage’ to the subconscious to become an encumbrance later. This is because the life/lives we take on in this plane, and this plane itself, are not really what they seem; they are an illusion, or dreamlike, and not true reality. The only true reality is our state of being when we were created – our god state.

When we are dreaming, what occurs is very, very real as we all know and yet, on awakening, we dismiss the event as just a dream. However, the euphoria or horror of the dream is ‘real’ enough to remain with us for a variable period. When we are awake everything is very real too. Which is the true reality? When we leave our body our life here becomes the ‘dream’ and where we then are becomes the reality. When we reach full enlightenment, Christhood or full realisation, call it what we will, that is the only reality, and there is no dream of any sort. From our physical mindset, therefore, we create both the dream ‘reality’ and the virtual ‘reality’ with the latter more approximating the reality of former when technology is refined. In the manner in which the dream and the technologically created ‘reality’ are similar but not the same so is the similarity between “life in the physical” and our existence when not in the physical.

In constantly creating our future we create, as part of that future, the state of the health of our bodies. This happens through our attachment to our experiences in life, and the greater the attachment the greater the effect on the body. In other words, the more the ‘baggage’ the more the adverse effect on the health of the body and the mind, and it must be remembered that this ‘baggage’ may come from more than one life. ‘Baggage’ is attached to the mind that is not an integral part of the Self but only something acquired along the way, and the mind, from the Thought Field, through the Life Field creates the dis-ease in the latter, which in turn creates disease, and illness in the physical body. Conversely, altering the state of the mind by getting rid of ‘baggage’ and not taking on more, by being non-attached, dis-ease and its consequences cease to be. Of course, total detachment, total subduing of the mind, results in full enlightenment and, when we achieve this the necessity to enter this plane no longer exists.

Faced with any situation in life we are presented with options, from these options, depending on our attitudes and thoughts, we make a choice; if this choice creates stress this stress creates one or more of the following: a reduction in the efficiency of the immune system, headaches, muscular tension resulting in pain, digestive problems and so on. The possibilities are endless. Similarly, hate, sustained anger, an imbalance between work, relaxation and play etc. adversely affect mind and body. To further illustrate the point of creating our own future we can take the simple situation where we, say, slap someone and get slapped in return; or where deforestation is followed by floods and landslides. This is ‘instant karma’ and, perhaps more easily understood than effects that take longer to manifest. The active principle is the same.

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Posted by on October 14, 2009 in Life, Psychology, Random, Spiritual, Thoughts

 

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Intellectual Property Theft : Chopping off Creativity

Innovation and creation have to be financed; like everyone else, the people innovating and creating have to make a living. Large amounts of time and money can be spent on researching and developing new technologies and products without any guarantee that these will be rewarded, as there is always a risk that a product will not be successful. Intellectual property rights are a mechanism that allows innovators, creators and producers to finance their work through the market place. Other models of  financing exist, such as government funding or private patronage, but intellectual property rights  (IPRs) remain the basis most frequently used by individuals and organizations to fund and disseminate their work. Intellectual property rights allow creative freedom and encourage innovators and creators to be responsive to consumer needs.

But what happens when these rights are not able to save your creativity! The end result is that there is nothing that we can stop Intellectual property theft unless we stop ourselves from using pirated stuff! But then there’s another angle to it as well. We all have heard that “There is no such thing as free lunch in this world.” So whenever we get a chance to use FOKAT KA MAAL 😛 😛 nothing can stop us! Even I do the same and I’m sure all of us do the same! 😉

As an example, Five years and five months after it started probing the sensational theft of Rabindranath Tagore’s Nobel medallion and other memorabilia from Rabindra Bhavan museum at Visva Bharati University in Santiniketan, the CBI called off its investigation. In a letter to Registrar of the University Manimukut Mitra on August 20, the CBI SP (Special Crime Branch), Kolkata, said that it was closing the probe just because of a dearth of clues. Although this decesion of CBI was criticized a lot and it should be. After all Tagore was one of the greatest poets we had! 😡

Now lets take a look at the IT sphere. IT practitioners stand to lose from pirating of software in a number of ways. The first disadvantage is simply that this practice significantly contributes to the lack of appreciation for the true cost of computer software. For individuals wishing to become independent  software developers, this lack of appreciation ensures that the perceived value of computer software that they develop will generally be a fraction of the true value rendering software development a less than satisfactory economic and business pursuit. In the case of IT staff employed by public and private sector organisations, the value of the assets entrusted to their care is again not truly appreciated, and it seems not to be realised by those very IT practitioners that this lack of appreciation for the true cost of information systems impacts in a very real way on their careers.  Consider a typical medium sized organisation with a network of 30-40 machines running a standard set of applications, accounting, payroll, etc.

How businesses are affected?

Businesses are less likely to transfer advanced technology, or invest in production or R&D facilities in countries where they are likely to have their products copied or technology stolen. This is particularly true of industries where intellectual property plays a key role, such as the IT, biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors, which many countries aspire to develop.In short, the economy stagnates.An analysis of international trade data suggests that up to $ 200 billion of internationally traded products could have been counterfeit or pirated in 2005. This amount is larger than the national GDPs of about 150 economies! The figure does not include non-tangible pirated digital products being distributed via the internet. If these items were added, says The Economic Impact of Counterfeiting and Piracy study published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in 2007, “the total magnitude of counterfeiting and piracy worldwide could well be several hundred billion dollars more.” Now thats worth giving a thought to.

Please tell how the post is. Do share if you like it and additions are always welcome. 🙂

Innovation and creation have to be financed; like everyone else, the people innovating and creating
have to make a living. Large amounts of time and money can be spent on researching and developing
new technologies and products without any guarantee that these will be rewarded, as there is always a
risk that a product will not be successful. Intellectual property rights are a mechanism that allows
innovators, creators and producers to finance their work through the market place. Other models of
financing exist, such as government funding or private patronage, but intellectual property rights
(IPRs) remain the basis most frequently used by individuals and organizations to fund and disseminate
their work. Intellectual property rights allow creative freedom and encourage innovators and creators
to be responsive to consumer needs.
But what happens when these rights are not able to save your creativity! The end result is that there is
nothing that we can stop Intellectual property theft unless we stop ourselves from using pirated stuff!
But then there’s another angle to it as well. We all have heard that “There is no such thing as free
lunch in this world.” So whenever we get a chance to use FOKAT KA MAAL 😛 😛 nothing can stop us!
Even I do the same and I’m sure all of us do the same! 😉
As an example, Five years and five months after it started probing the sensational theft of
Rabindranath Tagore’s Nobel medallion and other memorabilia from Rabindra Bhavan museum at Visva
Bharati University in Santiniketan, the CBI called off its investigation. In a letter to Registrar of the
University Manimukut Mitra on August 20, the CBI SP (Special Crime Branch), Kolkata, said that it was
closing the probe just because of a dearth of clues. Although this decesion of CBI was criticized a lot
and it should be. After all Tagore was one of the greatest poets we had! 😡
Now lets take a look at the IT sphere. IT practitioners stand to lose from pirating of software in a
number of ways. The first disadvantage is simply that this practice significantly contributes to the lack
of appreciation for the true cost of computer software. For individuals wishing to become independent
software developers, this lack of appreciation ensures that the perceived value of computer software
that they develop will generally be a fraction of the true value rendering software development a less
than satisfactory economic and business pursuit. In the case of IT staff employed by public and private
sector organisations, the value of the assets entrusted to their care is again not truly appreciated, and
it seems not to be realised by those very IT practitioners that this lack of appreciation for the true cost
of information systems impacts in a very real way on their careers.  Consider a typical medium sized
organisation with a network of 30-40 machines running a standard set of applications, accounting,
payroll, etc.
How businesses are affected?
Businesses are less likely to transfer advanced technology, or invest in production or R&D facilities in
countries where they are likely to have their products copied or technology stolen. This is particularly
true of industries where intellectual property plays a key role, such as the IT, biotechnology and
pharmaceutical sectors, which many countries aspire to develop.In short, the economy stagnates.An
analysis of international trade data suggests that up to $ 200 billion of internationally traded products
could have been counterfeit or pirated in 2005. This amount is larger than the national GDPs of about
150 economies! The figure does not include non-tangible pirated digital products being distributed via
the internet. If these items were added, says The Economic Impact of Counterfeiting and Piracy study
published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in 2007, “the total
magnitude of counterfeiting and piracy worldwide could well be several hundred billion dollars more.”
Now thats worth giving a thought to.
Please tell how the post is. Do share if you like it and additions are always welcome. :Innovation and creation have to be financed; like everyone else, the people innovating and creating
have to make a living. Large amounts of time and money can be spent on researching and developing
new technologies and products without any guarantee that these will be rewarded, as there is always a
risk that a product will not be successful. Intellectual property rights are a mechanism that allows
innovators, creators and producers to finance their work through the market place. Other models of
financing exist, such as government funding or private patronage, but intellectual property rights
(IPRs) remain the basis most frequently used by individuals and organizations to fund and disseminate
their work. Intellectual property rights allow creative freedom and encourage innovators and creators
to be responsive to consumer needs.
But what happens when these rights are not able to save your creativity! The end result is that there is
nothing that we can stop Intellectual property theft unless we stop ourselves from using pirated stuff!
But then there’s another angle to it as well. We all have heard that “There is no such thing as free
lunch in this world.” So whenever we get a chance to use FOKAT KA MAAL 😛 😛 nothing can stop us!
Even I do the same and I’m sure all of us do the same! 😉
As an example, Five years and five months after it started probing the sensational theft of
Rabindranath Tagore’s Nobel medallion and other memorabilia from Rabindra Bhavan museum at Visva
Bharati University in Santiniketan, the CBI called off its investigation. In a letter to Registrar of the
University Manimukut Mitra on August 20, the CBI SP (Special Crime Branch), Kolkata, said that it was
closing the probe just because of a dearth of clues. Although this decesion of CBI was criticized a lot
and it should be. After all Tagore was one of the greatest poets we had! 😡
Now lets take a look at the IT sphere. IT practitioners stand to lose from pirating of software in a
number of ways. The first disadvantage is simply that this practice significantly contributes to the lack
of appreciation for the true cost of computer software. For individuals wishing to become independent
software developers, this lack of appreciation ensures that the perceived value of computer software
that they develop will generally be a fraction of the true value rendering software development a less
than satisfactory economic and business pursuit. In the case of IT staff employed by public and private
sector organisations, the value of the assets entrusted to their care is again not truly appreciated, and
it seems not to be realised by those very IT practitioners that this lack of appreciation for the true cost
of information systems impacts in a very real way on their careers.  Consider a typical medium sized
organisation with a network of 30-40 machines running a standard set of applications, accounting,
payroll, etc.
How businesses are affected?
Businesses are less likely to transfer advanced technology, or invest in production or R&D facilities in
countries where they are likely to have their products copied or technology stolen. This is particularly
true of industries where intellectual property plays a key role, such as the IT, biotechnology and
pharmaceutical sectors, which many countries aspire to develop.In short, the economy stagnates.An
analysis of international trade data suggests that up to $ 200 billion of internationally traded products
could have been counterfeit or pirated in 2005. This amount is larger than the national GDPs of about
150 economies! The figure does not include non-tangible pirated digital products being distributed via
the internet. If these items were added, says The Economic Impact of Counterfeiting and Piracy study
published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in 2007, “the total
magnitude of counterfeiting and piracy worldwide could well be several hundred billion dollars more.”
Now thats worth giving a thought to.
Please tell how the post is. Do share if you like it and additions are always welcome. 🙂
 
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Posted by on September 13, 2009 in Business, Concerns, Copyright, Economy, Federal Law

 

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Google Chrome : Some Facts and Mentions

Not so long ago(almost a year back); a new browser came into existence-Google Chrome. Thanks to
the internet giant Google. Now as it was google’s product a lot was expected. Lets see how the
journey has been so far. (I am very good at history you know) 😉
Chrome is based on a technology or I should say a browser project called Chromium(Read more..
http://dev.chromium.org/) Infact it is the codebase for Chrome. I am not sure if the native versions
for Mac OS X and linux are out or not. Check out the FAQs about chromium here
Chrome is and open source software. On the surface, it is a browser window that is streamlined and
simple!(Unlike IE and Firefox that takes up half of our browser space :-/). To most people, it isn’t the
browser that matters. It’s only a tool to run the important stuff — the pages, sites and applications that
make up the web. Like the classic Google homepage, Google Chrome is clean and fast. 🙂
Inside,chrome is a foundation level browser that runs today’s complex web applications much better.
By keeping each tab in an isolated “sandbox”, it is able to prevent one tab from crashing another and
provide improved protection from rogue sites. Speed and responsiveness is one thing for which you
can rely on Chrome. 😀 A more powerful JavaScript engine, V8, to power the next generation of web
applications that aren’t even possible in today’s browsers is what Google called for and achieved
though they’ve used components from Apple’s WebKit and Mozilla’s Firefox. And chrome is continously
climbing the ladder of improvement as well. An example is the mechanism by which integration of
XMarks into Chrome would be easier.(Get yourself updated on the official news page for Xmarks on
Chrome here http://wiki.foxmarks.com/wiki/XmarksForChrome). And moreover all the Chrome lovers
(Like me :D) would get a treat this year when Google will launch Chrome OS! I am surely excited for
it. 🙂
Now the million dollar question arises! I am sure u can guess it! 😉
Chrome vs. Firefox
Based on different polls and feature drives, it is proved that Firefox wins hands down! But I dont
agree! First of all, as I mentioned,the simplicity that Google Chrome has to offer is something that
makes me choose Chrome anyday over Firefox! The next thing comes speed- Contrary to the stats,I
find Chrome much faster and reliable than Firefox. You need to wait for atleast 5-8 seconds for firefox
to start or load a page whereas in Chrome it is less than 4 seconds! Dunno what makes people go ga-
ga over firefox. Just because of the add-ons that it provides or maybe the security.I personally feel
that Google Chrome is safe enough to protect you from malwares. Still it has a long way to go. For
more inshights into this debate check this page out.
News Alert: According to the financial times report, Google had tied up with Sony Vaio to ship Chrome
as the default browser in Vaio laptops. And I am sure it will beat Microsoft one day. This is just the
beginning. 🙂
Do Share this if you like this post. 🙂

Not so long ago(almost a year back); a new browser came into existence-Google Chrome. Thanks to the internet giant Google. Now as it was google’s product a lot was expected. Lets see how the journey has been so far. (I am very good at history you know) 😉

Chrome is based on a technology or I should say a browser project called Chromium (Read more.. http://dev.chromium.org/) Infact it is the codebase for Chrome. I am not sure if the native versions for Mac OS X and linux are out or not. Check out the FAQs about chromium here http://www.codeweavers.com/services/ports/chromium/ 🙂 🙂

Chrome is and open source software. On the surface, it is a browser window that is streamlined and simple!(Unlike IE and Firefox that takes up half of our browser space :-/). To most people, it isn’t the browser that matters. It’s only a tool to run the important stuff — the pages, sites and applications  that make up the web. But for me and many of us it does! 🙂 Like the classic Google homepage, Google Chrome is clean and fast. 🙂

Inside,chrome is a foundation level browser that runs today’s complex web applications much better. By keeping each tab in an isolated “sandbox“, it is able to prevent one tab from crashing another and provide improved protection from rogue sites. Speed and responsiveness is one thing for which you can rely on Chrome. 😀 A more powerful JavaScript engine, V8, to power the next generation of web applications that aren’t even possible in today’s browsers is what Google called for and achieved though they’ve used components from Apple’s WebKit and Mozilla’s Firefox. And chrome is continously climbing the ladder of improvement as well. An example is the mechanism by which integration of XMarks into Chrome would be easier. (Get yourself updated on the official news page for Xmarks on Chrome here http://wiki.foxmarks.com/wiki/XmarksForChrome). And moreover all the Chrome lovers (Like me :D) would get a treat this year when Google will launch Chrome OS! I am surely excited for it. 🙂

Now the million dollar question arises! I am sure u can guess it! 😉

Chrome vs. Firefox

Based on different polls and feature drives, it is proved that Firefox wins hands down! But I don’t agree! First of all, as I mentioned,the simplicity that Google Chrome has to offer is something that makes me choose Chrome anyday over Firefox! The next thing comes speed- Contrary to the stats, I find Chrome much faster and reliable than Firefox. You need to wait for at least 5-8 seconds for Firefox to start or load a page whereas in Chrome it is less than 4 seconds! Dunno what makes people go ga-ga over Firefox. Just because of the add-ons that it provides or maybe the security. I personally feel that Google Chrome is safe enough to protect you from malwares. Still it has a long way to go. For more inshights into this debate check this page out.  http://www.techradar.com/news/internet/web/tested-google-chrome-vs-ie8-vs-firefox-3-1-462848

News Alert: According to the financial times report, Google had tied up with Sony Vaio to ship Chrome as the default browser in Vaio laptops. And I am sure it will beat Microsoft one day. This is just the beginning. 🙂

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Posted by on September 7, 2009 in Chrome, Firefox, Google, Open Source, Tech

 

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Remuco – A wireless remote control for Linux Media Players

Remuco is a duplex remote control system for Linux media players and mobile devices equipped with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. In simpler words, it lets you control your media player from your cell phone. This tool would come handy in parties when you want the music to be changed at the click of a button! I got to know about Remuco by chance while I was talking to a friend. found it interesting so here I decided to incorporate my knowledge into the post. 🙂

With Remuco, you can remotely control your favorite media player. You can switch to the next, previous, or any other media within the current playlist, browse your media library and activate other playlists, rate your media, adjust volume, and more. On the mobile device (the remote control), it displays information about the current media, including cover art. And this mobile device can be your cell phone as well. 😉 It was first released in 2007. Since then there have been numerous releases with a whole bunch of changes everytime. Given below is a summary of the releases:-

Feb 2007 – Remuco 0.4.1 Initial release
Mar 2007 – Remuco 0.4.2 with minor changes including support for Amarok via bluetooth or a J2ME capable mobile phone.
Mar 2007 – Remuco 0.4.3 with minor enhancements and bugfixes. Also the minimum client version was now 0.5.0.
Mar 2007 – Remuco 0.5.0 introduced a new interface based on Canvas for a better UI.This client version needs 0.4.3 or less.
Mar 2007 – Remuco 0.5.1 with minor bug fixes that included the white screen on Sony Ericsson M600i and crashing of the application after running for a long time.
Feb 2008 – Remuco 0.6.0 with enhanced features like playlist browsing, album art support and a more convinient client interface(remote interface).
May 2008 – Remuco 0.7 had the ability to manage several media players simultaneously. Integration of several media players have been simplified. More changes include support for nested playlists and wi-fi equipped mobile devices.
May 2008 – Remuco 0.7.0 The server has been redesigned to be a DBus service in this release. This gives player proxy developers more freedom in how they implement proxies;DBus is the only requirement. The idea of basic player proxies has been added: simple text files that specify shell commands for player interaction. These changes were implemented from the clients perspective.
Mar 2009 – Remuco 0.8.0 added support for Amarok2 and Audacious along with enhancements in support for Banshee,Totem, RythmBox and XMMS2. Support for Amarok 1.4 was removed and client interface was improved. Python was adopted for writing the server side components. now all the components were a part of a single package! 🙂
Apr 2009 – Remuco 0.8.1 made an addition to the scheme of things by adding an adapter player for Music Player Daemon.Also it inlcuded full screen control for video players,fixed UI issues on clients (for nokia 5130 express music devices in the theme chroma) and new options for player adapter configurations (port for WiFi connections, and size and type of images sent to clients).
May 2009 – Remuco 0.8.2 added support for VLC and TVTime.It was now possible to jump directly to an item in the Rythmbox library using the RythmBox adapter. The client reconnects more faster on a loss of connection.
July 2009 – Remuco 0.9.0 now supported touch screen devices.The media browser now has a search form to find items in a player’s media library. The search form is available when using the MPD, Rhythmbox, or XMMS2 adapter. Rhythmbox repeat and shuffle control has been added. Volume control can be configured to control the master volume. Client development has been made easier thanks to a script setting up the build environment.
Aug 2009 – Remuco 0.9.1 introduces a new player adapter for Exaile 3. The XMMS2 player adapter’s media library browser has been extended: it now supports collections and has sections for artists, albums, and tracks. Browsing long lists in a player’s media library has been made a little bit easier.
Aug 2009 – Remuco 0.9.2 fixed a memory leak bug in the client when using the media library intensively which was present in the release 0.9.0
Remuco supports almost every possible linux media player. A more detailed desciption for each media player supported is availible here.
Here are some screenshots :
Enjoy using Remuco. 😀
This post was prepared with the help of the info at:
 
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Posted by on August 30, 2009 in Freeware, Linux, Media, Tech

 

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India and The Workspace

Recently I came across this article which focused on how business cultures differ throughout the Asian continent and especially India. Do have a look at it.

http://www.stylusinc.com/business/india/cultural_tip1.htm

Pour in your comments. 🙂

 
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Posted by on August 14, 2009 in Random

 

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How to get the results you want….

How to Get the Results You Want
Have you ever tried to notice that why do you get failures in life? Why everything turns against you? Why you don’t get what you aim to achieve? Let me tell you.
The principle reasons for failure are: Lack of confidence and too much effort. Many people block answers to their prayers by failing to fully comprehend the workings of their subconscious mind. When you know how your mind functions, you gain a measure of confidence. 🙂 You must remember whenever your subconscious mind accepts an idea; it immediately begins to execute it. This law is true for good or bad ideas. Consequently, if you use it negatively, it brings trouble, failure, and confusion. When you use it constructively, it brings guidance, freedom, and peace of mind. The right answer is inevitable when your thoughts are positive, constructive, and loving. From this it is perfectly obvious that the only thing you have to do in order to overcome failure is to get your subconscious to accept your idea or request by feeling its reality now, and the law of your mind will do the rest. Turn over your request with faith and confidence, and your subconscious will take over and answer for you. Bingo! 😀 😀
There can be other reasons as well. Your failure to get results may also arise from such statements as: “Things are getting worse.” “I will never get an answer!” “I see no way out.” “It is hopeless!” “I don’t know what to do.” “I’m all mixed up.” When you use such statements, you get no response or
cooperation from your subconscious mind. Like a soldier marking time, you neither go forward nor backward; in other words, you don’t get anywhere. 😦
Take an example. If you get into a taxi and give half dozen different directions to the driver in five minutes, he would become hopelessly confused and probably would refuse to take you anywhere. Isn’t so? It is exactly the same when working with your subconscious mind. There must be a clear cut idea in your mind. You must arrive at the definite decision that there is a way out, a solution to the problem in sickness. Only the infinite intelligence within your subconscious knows the answer. When you come to that clear cut conclusion in your conscious mind, your mind is then made up, and things start turning into your favor. 🙂
This post was prepared with the help of a book : The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy.

Have you ever tried to notice that why do you get failures in life? Why everything turns against you? Why you don’t get what you aim to achieve? Let me tell you.

The principle reasons for failure are: Lack of confidence and too much effort. Many people block answers to their prayers by failing to fully comprehend the workings of their subconscious mind. When you know how your mind functions, you gain a measure of confidence. 🙂 You must remember whenever your subconscious mind accepts an idea; it immediately begins to execute it. This law is true for good or bad ideas. Consequently, if you use it negatively, it brings trouble, failure, and confusion. When you use it constructively, it brings guidance, freedom, and peace of mind. The right answer is inevitable when your thoughts are positive, constructive, and loving. From this it is perfectly obvious that the only thing you have to do in order to overcome failure is to get your subconscious to accept your idea or request by feeling its reality now, and the law of your mind will do the rest. Turn over your request with faith and confidence, and your subconscious will take over and answer for you. Bingo! 😀 😀

There can be other reasons as well. Your failure to get results may also arise from such statements as: “Things are getting worse.” “I will never get an answer!” “I see no way out.” “It is hopeless!” “I don’t know what to do.” “I’m all mixed up.” When you use such statements, you get no response or  cooperation from your subconscious mind. Like a soldier marking time, you neither go forward nor backward; in other words, you don’t get anywhere. 😦

Take an example. If you get into a taxi and give half dozen different directions to the driver in five minutes, he would become hopelessly confused and probably would refuse to take you anywhere. Isn’t so? It is exactly the same when working with your subconscious mind. There must be a clear cut idea in your mind. You must arrive at the definite decision that there is a way out, a solution to the problem in sickness. Only the infinite intelligence within your subconscious knows the answer. When you come to that clear cut conclusion in your conscious mind, your mind is then made up, and things start turning into your favor. 🙂

This post was prepared with the help of a book : The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy.

 
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Posted by on August 2, 2009 in Psychology, Readings, Thoughts

 

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Human Mind – Clouding our sky

Sitting at the couch thinking about the way life has progressed for me, I sometimes feel curious to
know more about life : the problems that one faces and the right way to tackle them. At that moment,
I make it a point to seek for these and many more answers regarding life. But then I am not too sure
about the steps I should take to achieve the target. Moments come and go. I spend days and nights
thinking about what should I do to take even a sneak peak at these answers. Then, one fine evening I
come across a line that gives me most of the answers that I need. 😀 It says,
“Realisation is Revelation – It is as if the dust and debris of time are swept away
and the shining truth is revealed.What is ‘seen’, ‘known’,’identified with’ in a
transcendent state cannot adequately be conveyed by the written or spoken word.”
Now most of us would feel as if what this has to do with the thoughts that come into our minds. We
feel so beacuse we have not yet realized what games our mind plays with us! 🙂 Let me show you how
it does so. There is something called “Illusion” that is the driving force behined the course of events.
But how it affects what we think? The answer is that we think what illusions make us think!
Don’t agree with me? Try this – If we are shown a green leaf and asked what its colour is, we will reply
that it is green. However, it is not green. It only appears to be green because it absorbs all but that
part of the light spectrum that makes green, and that is the part that is reflected to our eyes. A
beautiful butterfly wing is not beautiful at all; it only looks that way because the tiny scales on the
wings are angled in different ways to create different colours. Likewise, materials we take to be solid
are not solid – glass flows slowly in response to gravity, the hardest diamond has space between its
atoms and molecules; and energy particles are passing right through all seemingly solid bodies,
including our own. Nothing is as it appears!  🙂
Because of the creative ability that we the humans are blessed with, we think we have entered in this
world and so we become attatched to the pleasures it gives but with this there also comes the pain(the
opposite of pleasure in case you didn’t know :P) because of the fundamental law that every action in
this world has an equal and opposite reaction. Thus, we only think that we are here but actually we
areust standing outside looking at what is happening. just like dreams as they appear real to us when
we are dreaming. 🙂
As humans what we should strive to realize that everything is impermanent here. Everything we see,
we hear, we possess , our thoughts! [This is the game our mind plays with us by creating thoughts
and we begin to create a world around the thoughts! 😉 Isn’t so? :)] and most importantly our body
and our soul! (Yes our soul too. So this puts an end to the accusation that soul never dies or changes!
It does change due to the experience and the choices it makes.) So, the only thing that is permanent is
the identity itself. It is like a water droplet touched to a vast drop, it merges completely yet retains its
identity. That is our true state of being. 🙂

Sitting at the couch thinking about the way life has progressed for me, I sometimes feel curious to know more about life : the problems that one faces and the right way to tackle them. At that moment, I make it a point to seek for these and many more answers regarding life. But then I am not too sure about the steps I should take to achieve the target. Moments come and go. I spend days and nights thinking about what should I do to take even a sneak peak at these answers. Then, one fine evening I come across a line that gives me most of the answers that I need. 😀 It says,

“Realisation is Revelation – It is as if the dust and debris of time are swept away and the shining truth is revealed.What is ‘seen’ , ‘known’ , ‘identified with’ in a transcendent state cannot adequately be conveyed by the written or spoken word.”

Now most of us would feel as if what this has to do with the thoughts that come into our minds. We feel so beacuse we have not yet realized what games our mind plays with us! 🙂 Let me show you how it does so. There is something called “Illusion” that is the driving force behined the course of events. But how it affects what we think? The answer is that we think what illusions make us think!

Don’t agree with me? Try this – If we are shown a green leaf and asked what its colour is, we will reply that it is green. However, it is not green. It only appears to be green because it absorbs all but that part of the light spectrum that makes green, and that is the part that is reflected to our eyes. A beautiful butterfly wing is not beautiful at all; it only looks that way because the tiny scales on the wings are angled in different ways to create different colours. Likewise, materials we take to be solid are not solid – glass flows slowly in response to gravity, the hardest diamond has space between its atoms and molecules; and energy particles are passing right through all seemingly solid bodies, including our own. Nothing is as it appears!  🙂

Because of the creative ability that we the humans are blessed with, we think we have entered in this world and so we become attatched to the pleasures it gives but with this there also comes the pain(the opposite of pleasure in case you didn’t know :P) because of the fundamental law that every action in this world has an equal and opposite reaction. Thus, we only think that we are here but actually we are just standing outside looking at what is happening. just like dreams as they appear real to us when we are dreaming. 🙂

As humans what we should strive to realize that everything is impermanent here. Everything we see, we hear, we possess , our thoughts! [This is the game our mind plays with us by creating thoughts and we begin to create a world around the thoughts! 😉 Isn’t so? :)] and most importantly our body and our soul! (Yes our soul too. So this puts an end to the accusation that soul never dies or changes! It does change due to the experience and the choices it makes.) So, the only thing that is permanent is the identity itself. It is like a water droplet touched to a vast drop, it merges completely yet retains its identity. That is our true state of being. 🙂

 
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Posted by on July 25, 2009 in Life, Random, Spiritual, Thoughts

 

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