July 20, 2007
How nice that would be to call on the go and get direction as a text message?
Dial Directions offers this free service currently in New York, Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Step 1: Call DIR-ECT-IONS (347-328-4667)
Step 2: Say, Where you are and the place where you are going.
Step 3: Receive the driving directions by text message.
Dial Directions says it is compatible with any cell phone.
December 20, 2006
Grant Gross writes based on a new Internet survey:
Just 21 percent of U.S. residents believe the next Bill Gates will come from their country, according to a new survey on Internet attitudes released Wednesday
About 27 percent of respondents said they believed the next wildly successful technology entrepreneur will come from China, and another 22 percent said Japan, according to the poll, conducted earlier this month by polling firm Zogby International and public-relations firm 463 Communications, both based in Washington, D.C.
December 14, 2006
Yes, now we can search Search over 7 million patents. With Google Patent Search, We can now search the complete text of the U.S. patent corpus and find patents that interest you.
And even more fascinatingly-it shows the images of original patents online. Also allows us to save and print them for offline use.
Google Patent Search covers patents that are issued during 1790s to mid of 2006.
Do you want to suggest something to GPS? Go ahead and email them at email@example.com
December 10, 2006
From What’s new on Gmail?
You can retrieve your mail (new and old) from up to five other email accounts and have them all in Gmail
Gmail allows you to fetch mail from any of your other, non-Gmail accounts. You’ll be able to read email from up to 5 additional accounts, all in one place, and take advantage of all of Gmail’s great features.
Learn more about Mail Fetcher set up.
July 24, 2006
Army personnel on Sunday evening rescued a six-year-old boy who had fallen into a 50-feet pit on Friday evening.
I have been eagerly checking the updates on this news and joined thousands of others praying for this boy. I congratulate the army men involved in the rescue for the INCREDIBLE job. I am really proud of my country.
The boy, Prince, fell into the pit at a construction site at Haldheri village near Kurukshetra while he was playing.
As the rescuers were working on reaching the child, who turned six on Saturday, hundreds of people gathered at the site from nearby villages and towns, holding their breath in anticipation of the boy’s safe rescue …