Synopsis – Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock makes himself a test subject in this documentary about the commercial food industry. Rigorously eating a diet of McDonald’s fast food three times a day for a month straight, Spurlock is out to prove the physical and mental effects of consuming fast food. Spurlock also provides a look at the … Continue reading Featured Video – Super Size Me
The health ministry of Nepal, on Monday June 29, 2009, confirmed the first cases if H1N1 flu virus (aka Swine flu) for the fist time in the country. The confirmed case includes three members of a family who had just returned home from the United States. The family members include a 44-year-old man, 38-year-old wife … Continue reading First confirmed case of Swine flu in Nepal
This week’s featured website is the homepage of World Digital Library available at www.wdl.org. The online library is available online for everybody to use free of charge and is available in multilingual format featuring significant materials from countries and cultures around the world. The website is very well designed and makes it possible to discover, … Continue reading Website of the week – World Digital Library
Khagendra Thapa Magar is just two feet tall and will be named the smallest man in the world in four months time when he turns 18. He has been given the nick name “Little Buddha”. He is from Baglung district. Besides from the malfunctioning of his pituitary gland, which caused his dwarfness, he is very … Continue reading Nepali teen to be named smallest man in the world
HOME is a non-profit film, by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, about our dear planet Earth, the life on it and the devastating effects of the industrialization onto mother nature. It explores the beginning of life, how every being depends upon the nature and how our own everyday activities are causing horrible effects on the nature. Check out … Continue reading Featured Video: HOME
Summer’s here and the price at the pumps are going up again. If you are willing to save few extra pennies next time you fill up your car; this is the site for you. GasBuddy has real time gas prices from across the United States (also available in Canada now). The prices are posted on … Continue reading Website of the week – GasBuddy
So you love watching people move their hands crazy fast around the keyboard and yet get all the words typed accurately and incredibly fast. Well here is a perfect website for all of you wishing to speed up your typing speed. TypingWeb is the name of the free and very easy to use online typing … Continue reading Free online typing lessons
CNN reports a 32-year-old woman in Minnesota has been found guilty of illegally downloading music from the internet and fined a total of $1.9 million. She was found to have illegally downloaded 24 songs from the internet and a federal jury in Minnesota fined her $80,00 for each song totaling to a whooping $1.9 million. … Continue reading Woman fined $1.9 million for illegally downloading songs!
Times are tough and everybody is trying to save every pennies they can. Well, how about earning an extra $100 just by opening a new bank account? Chase is offering $100 when you open a new Chase checking accounts. Here is what you need to do – Visit this link. Enter a valid email address … Continue reading GET $100 simply by opening a new bank account
Here are aerial photographs of six very intriguingly shaped communities. Trails West, Arizona Sun City, Arizona Ixtapaluca, Mexico [ad#imgad468] Bourtange, Netherlands Harborwalk, Texas Palm Islands, Dubai View the Original Post with the details of each place along with their views as seen on Google Maps. [ad#linkad468]
This is a short video from the documentary “Greater Nepal: In Quest of Boundary” that was premiered in London on December 2, 2006 – the day Sugauli Treaty was signed. It describes the bitterness of Nepali land encroachment by India for decades. I say every Nepali must watch it and spread the word around the … Continue reading Featured video : Greater Nepal
We will be presenting a useful website every week starting from this week. Today’s featured website is www.howstuffworks.com. [ad#imgad468] This website features very handy information on how different things function including items like camera, rockets, bombs, motorcycles, guns, cell phone, pretty much everything we see everyday around us. Previously it only had text and pictures … Continue reading Website of the week – HowStuffWorks
The true value of something is felt when it is not around. Living so far from Nepal has taught us how much we love our motherland and we miss those beautiful mountains, those wonderful people, mystic rivers and pretty much everything from our dear Nepal. Here is a photo slide show shot by a travel … Continue reading Beautiful Nepal
BillShrink.com has a very good comparison of the best and latest smart phones out there in the market: Apple’s recently released iPhone 3GS, Palm Pre and Android G1. All the three phones compete head-to-head when it comes to the features and specs. When it comes to the true cost of owning one – Palm Pre … Continue reading Which Phone is the best?
One of the greatest invention of mankind, the Airplane. We can now fly to every corners of the world. We have all flown on Airplanes and as much as we love to fly we hate staying on transit for hours. But if you get to be on one of the best Airports, it can be … Continue reading Best Airports in the world 2009
So you are on Facebook too! No surprise there – it is now social gathering for 200 million people around the world. Since you are on Facebook and you ever decide to quickly share you Facebook profile to your friends or the world via email, blog or your own website then it is going to … Continue reading Get ready to get your own Facebok URL
Apple today unveiled its new version of the popular iPhone. It is named the iPhone 3Gs and is supposedly twice as fast as the previous version, the iPhone 3G. It will be available to buy at the retail store starting June 19, 2009. The new version is dubbed “the fastest, most powerful iPhone yet”. It … Continue reading Apple unveils new model, drops entry iPhone to $99
You must have heard it million times – You need eight hours of sleep! Have you ever wondered how important this statement really is? Well, if you haven’t, I think you should. Researches have shown that lack of sleep is linked to obesity, cancer, heart disease, and low immune response. A recent study in the … Continue reading The Healing Power of Sleep
This is the first video of a part of online video tutorials we will be posting every week on this blog. This video explains some basic tips to use Google for doing smarter things other than basic online search. यो भिडियोमा गूगलडट्कम् (Google.com) मा खोजिको साथ् साथै अरु उपयोगी कुरा के के गर्न सकिन्छ भन्ने … Continue reading Using Google – the smarter way! गूगल चलाऊन सहयोगी भिडियो
Do you like the street view in Google Maps? Did you hate repeatedly double clicking to navigate around in street view? Yes, I hated it too. Well, our problem seems to have been solved now. Google has introduced a new feature called double-click “pancake” in street view of its popular online software Google Maps. Users … Continue reading Google Maps Navigation Made Easy!