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Jiuzhaigou, China.
When water gushes downwards

'A life inspired by ideas'
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Hi...Friends....! Good Morning and Wish You a Happy Diwali..! Have Sweets...:-)
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Mirror your Android phone or tablet to the TV with #Chromecast, so you can share photos with everyone in the room instead of huddling around a phone. http://goo.gl/6B3sfI #AndroidTricks 
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Get recipes right on your wrist with the Allthecooks Recipes App and let out your inner chef. No more flour-coated tablets! #AndroidWear 
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Why Apple dropped the 'Mac' from OS X.

The latest version of Apple's desktop operating system, code-named "Mountain Lion," has a shorter name. Instead of "Mac OS X," the software is now called just "OS X."

Why did they drop the word "Mac"?

I believe that the reason is that OS X will, sooner or later, run on hardware other than products called Macs, iMacs and MacBooks.

When Apple first shipped the iPhone, that gadget ran an operating system called the iPhone OS. In preparation for the iPad, no doubt, Apple change the name to iOS because the software would run on hardware not branded with the word "iPhone."

The unceremonious dumping of the word "Mac" is being done for the same reason.

So what non-Mac hardware will OS X run on? Here's my prediction.

The first non-Mac to run OS X will probably be Apple's TV.

The next range of devices may be the touch-screen desktop PCs that I've been predicting for six years. One way to ease that jarring transition is to offer both old-and-busted Macs and at the same time, the new hotness: OS X desktop and laptops that don't use mice and don't need keyboards, which would be branded with something other than "Mac."

http://www.theverge.com/2012/2/16/2802281/apple-officially-renames-mac-os-x-to-os-x-drops-the-mac

http://www.cultofmac.com/124217/how-iphone-4s-and-ios-5-reveal-the-mac-of-the-future/

http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/columns/executive_tech/article.php/3755221/The-Mouse-Is-Dead.htm

http://www.cultofmac.com/98746/how-will-apple-bring-ios-to-the-desktop/

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9094018/Elgan_The_100_laptop_may_be_a_glimpse_of_the_future

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-touch,_physics_and_gestures
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Adobe CC Offer: Desperation or Really Good deal?
Via: DPReview.com

The Photoshop Photography Program gives users Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, Bridge CC, Behance, and 20GB of storage for $9.99 per month. That price will never change, as long as you sign up before the end of this year.. - According to DPReview

Never Change? - I want to see a fine print for this one. ;)

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Agda: An experimental typed & pure functional mathematical programming language (that is translated to C++ code). The introduction (first 20 minutes) is "for any kind of programmer", it's worth to watch it, it's the introduction to Agda idea: programs can be represented mathematically. The rest of the video contains some mixed concept between Agda, C++, and a little of Boost. #cpp #programming

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