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posted Aug 19, 2009, 11:33 AM by Nemo

I just completed Braid, my favourite game, right now, for the third time. I think it is awesome, and anyone who owns a PC/Xbox should play it. Its just 100 mb, and requires no graphic gard. Read more about it at : Braid - Download Full Game [Links at the bottom]

Deathly Hallows Clamation

posted Feb 17, 2009, 6:41 AM by Nemo

A guy called lecter63 on youtube got famous after he made a 4 hr long complete movie of Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows. The movie is in clamation yet is a must see for all fans. The link to his youtube account with complete movie in 26 parts is
Check it out, its awesome.

World's First Personal Super Computer Launched

posted Dec 6, 2008, 6:38 AM by Sankalp Sharma

World's first 'Personal Super Computer'  has been launched by NVIDIA.
Said to be 25 times faster than conventional PCs and priced at 4000-8000 pounds, it would be interesting to see how things are going to change with mere computing giving way to super-computing

Dropbox in 3gpamv

posted Nov 17, 2008, 4:09 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Mar 19, 2009, 3:32 AM by Sankalp Sharma ]

Project NOW, our new subset, that oversees the devlopment of, has now come up with another great idea. Dropbox. Quote from 3gpamv:

"From now onwards, we will try to post Dropbox links on our site. With more than one PC, and 2GB storage for each, i guess compressed things should go easily enough. And by the way, there is no Captcha code, and no dealy in Dropbox. The links are direct, and high speed. Go ahead and try them out. If the link don't work(404 Error), please wait for a couple of hours, and try again. This ought to work now. Uploading takes time, even in Dropbox."
Hope You enjoy movies, even better now.

Welcome Sankalp

posted Oct 12, 2008, 11:12 PM by Unknown user

After a long waiting, Sankalp has finally taken to the task of editing the site. A warm welcome to him. And may he continue in this spirit, for time to come.

The Biggest Mistake Of Chetan Bhagat's Life

posted Oct 12, 2008, 9:32 AM by Unknown user

Even after all my friends told me not to, I decided against them and bought "The Three Mistakes Of My Life"  by Chetan Bhagat, author turned scriptwriter. After reading it, I would not advice anyone to read it. the book seems to be the author's biggest mistake. I started the book, and saw the email id WOW, is that his first mistake, I thought, Gmail doesn't allow underscores, whwn will he learn. Anyways, I continue to read it, and marvel the way the number 3 crops up again and again in the book: 3 friends, 3 mistakes, 3 things: cricket, politics, and religion, and 3 real incidences. Anyways, the book lacks a single plot line. It doesn't at all appeal to me at any point. Its just the story of one boy, sometimes interesting, but mostly you would bang your head to the book, and think: nobody would act that way. Overall the book feels incomplete in a way, I don't expect after 2 books. I am no fan of him, but i expect something more from the alleged "Best selling Indian Author"  as said by New York Times.
The Final Score: 2/5


posted Sep 27, 2008, 5:38 AM by Unknown user

This is for all fans of the brilliant Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini. The third book in the cycle was launched on 20 Sep worldwide. It has alrady topped the charts. Wanna read it? And ebook in txt format is available at Downloads.


posted Sep 12, 2008, 7:28 AM by Unknown user

Sankalp Sharma a.k.a General Hendrix has yet to start a single page on this site. It is a public reminder sent to him, that he at all costs, barring his exams, do something for this site.

JKR wins copyright claim against HP-Lexicon owner

posted Sep 12, 2008, 3:33 AM by Unknown user

A judge ruled Monday in favor of J.K. Rowling in her copyright infringement lawsuit against a fan and Web site operator who was set to publish a Harry Potter encyclopedia. U.S. District Judge Robert P. Patterson said Rowling had proven that Steven Vander Ark's "Harry Potter Lexicon" would cause her irreparable harm as a writer.

Large Hadron Collider Started

posted Sep 12, 2008, 3:31 AM by Unknown user

Physicists around the world, some in their pyjamas and others with champagne, last night celebrated the first tests of the Large Hadron Collider which they hope will unlock the secrets of the universe and its origins.

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