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Sai Kishore K.
Worked at Steel Authority of India Limited
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This is one awesome freebie bundle, people. Grab it quick!
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Nice! Oh, and to answer your question; if you have 1 health, and no parachute, the fall damage after beating the game, will not kill you. Here's proof: Pirate Nature - Spelunky Daily Challenge - 1st of October 2013
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Very nice Game! I think this game will give us happy time  &  pleasure.
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Ajith, check this out.
 
Here's a fascinating video preview (3.5 mins) of Siggraph 2012 technical papers. One can easily imagine how these will manifest themselves in games and animation in the near future. Glad to see Siggraph's back in Los Angeles this year...
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+Rohit Bhat, +Praful Parakh, what would be your response to this; especially the parts with "stolen"?
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Dennis Ritchie co-invented C which is the basis of basically everything that involves computers. He co-invented UNIX which is the basis of everything computers except Windows (though Windows was very, very extremely influenced by it). Apple's OS X is a UNIX-based platform. But, no, so many people think Steve Jobs did it all alone and that he should be praised as a savior. Not only did he "borrow" ideas, designs, and features from everyone else, he whined if anyone ever did the same. In 1996 he said "We have always been shameless about stealing great ideas." In 2005 he said "They are shamelessly copying us." This year he said "I'm going to destroy Android, because it’s a stolen product. I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this" and then almost immediately afterward released iOS 5 with a ton of features first introduced in Android. The guy is/was an asshole. I have no patience for a hypocrite like him.

(I wrote this as a response to someone's post containing this picture. I figured I may as well share it here. My opinions on this matter certainly are no secret.)
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It's true that Jobs has always said that there's nothing wrong in stealing great ideas. iOS 5 did come up with a plethora of features that were "inspired" from android apparently, like the notification bar. That said, I don't think it makes Jobs a hypocrite. He was an arrogant, flamboyant, media loving and crazy person but he had panache and style. He used to believe that he knew what was best for everyone.

Jobs justified his own stealing of ideas but when it came to others stealing from Apple, he called it blasphemy. From an outside point of view (mine included), a little hypocritical of him, yes. But from Jobs' point of view, this wasn't hypocritical. He lived in his own world where his sense of right and wrong was a bit different than others.
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Foxes and Shotguns beta is such an awesome awesome game!
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Foxes and Shotguns is a crazy HTML5 platformer featuring foxes, shotguns and wererabbits.
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"Why (I) do it?" is the most important question, that you can ever ask yourself. Here's why.
My 'Why?' A friend sent me over a great TEDx talk the other day, in which, one Simon Sinek, focuses on the sole reason that set apart the extra-ordinary likes of Martin Luther King, Wright Brothers an...
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The Braids of Reality: A musing on higher dimensions and mind-expanding games. http://goo.gl/QUqcK
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"And asking close friends never works quite as well as you hope, either. It’s not that they deliberately want to be unhelpful. It’s just they don’t know your world one millionth as well as you know your world, no matter how hard they try, no matter how hard you try to explain.

Plus a big idea will change you. Your friends may love you, but they don’t want you to change. If you change, then their dynamic with you also changes. They like things the way they are, that’s how they love you– the way you are, not the way you may become.

Ergo, they have no incentive to see you change. And they will be resistant to anything that catalyzes it. That’s human nature. And you would do the same, if the shoe was on the other foot."

The above is an excerpt from Hugh MacLeod's book 'Ignore Everybody'. He nailed it.

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I want to know clearly.Can you translate to Myanmar Language.
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Google+ Ripples, what a novel idea!

Check out this link to find out more: https://plus.google.com/ripples/
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Will you share this and be part of an experiment to see how far and how long we can track a single Ripple thread?

*Looking to find new people to circle? Look at the second generations up and down from your share and you'll be extending your own G+sphere with other active members.

Here;s the RippleGraph: https://plus.google.com/ripples/details?activityid=aYNMKQLBaKV

#RippleExperiment #Ripples
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  • Steel Authority of India Limited
    Vocational Trainee & Network Security Intern, 2010 - 2010
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Pilani - Nellore - Guntur - New Delhi - Bhilai - Badvel
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I'm just like that average fatso whom you might have seen somewhere, who always tends to be oblivious to his vicinity. I often find myself dawdling on the web, initially with a mind-set of finding something, but always end up goofing off.

I see myself as a geek, a would-be hacker. When something comes anything near to 'Computers', man, do I get excited. ;-)

A saucy conclusion now, here are the words of late Frederick Perls:

"I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can't be helped."
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I had dinner with Jimmy Wales & Andrea Weckerle in a Dhaba.
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  • Birla Institute of Technology and Science
    M. Sc. (Hons.) Bio. Sci. + B. Pharm. (Hons.), 2008 - present
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