Monday, January 7, 2013

First flight of A380

 

















 

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Strange..!

 

 

 

So strange…………

Rs 20 looks so big amount wen ul have 2 give tat 2 a poor

But looks small wen ur giving it as a tip in HOTEL

 

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Praying to god for 3 min looks hard

But 3 hrs of movie is ok for us

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After whole day of hardwork , we have no prob 2 go 2 gym

But doing house work and helping mom looks tired

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V wait for 1 ful yr for valentines day

But wen do mother's day come v never know

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One couldn't give a piece of bread 2 the child above

But this painting where he looks sad was sold for lakhs of rs

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2 frw this msg v wil think but 2 frw stupid jokes v never think

 

            VERY STRANGE…………………………………………………………….

 

 

 

 

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Ha haaaaa…….. nanagalam varlarmathi vayasuku vanthathuke poster adichavanga…. Ithelam enakulu sapaa matter…… :P

 

 

 

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Hi friends,

                All of us have been blessed with the necessities in life; be it food, shelter, education, good companionship and an abundance of affection. But, in this same country we call our home, in the same land we proudly declare as Mother India live people; people who have none of the above. Elderly people, Mentally challenged, Physically challenged, derelicts, widows, oppressed; all of them form a part of the same society we live in and cherish.

Many of us have the heart but not the effort and time; the ways and means are not known to us and there also lingers a suspicion of being cheated. We end up assuring ourselves of having completed our duty by merely giving up a few coins to the roadside drifters.


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Inside the Internet: Google

Google allows first ever look at the eight vast data centers that power the online world

 

Google has given a rare glimpse inside the vast data centers around the globe that power its services.

They reveal an intricate maze of computers that process Internet search requests, show YouTube video clips and distribute email for millions of people.

With hundreds of thousands of servers, colorful cables and even bicycles so engineers can get around quickly, they range from a converted paper mill in Finland to custom made server farms in Iowa.

 

The online gallery reveal the interior of eight of Google's secretive server farms around the globe, from Finland to Iowa

 

WHERE ARE THE SERVERS?

Google's major data centers are located in:

  • Berkeley County, S.C.
  • Council Bluffs, Iowa
  • Douglas County, Ga.
  • Mayes County, Okla.
  • Lenoir, N.C.
  • The Dalles, Ore.
  • Hamina, Finland
  • St. Ghislain, Belgium.

New data centers are currently being built in Quilicura, Chile; Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan.

 

'Very few people have stepped inside Google's data centers, and for good reason: our first priority is the privacy and security of your data, and we go to great lengths to protect it, keeping our sites under close guard,' the firm said.

'While we've shared many of our designs and best practices, and we've been publishing our efficiency data since 2008, only a small set of employees have access to the server floor itself.

'Today, for the first time, you can see inside our data centers and pay them a virtual visit.

'On Where the Internet lives, our new site featuring beautiful photographs by Connie Zhou, you'll get a never-before-seen look at the technology, the people and the places that keep Google running.'

The site features photos from inside some of the eight data centers that Google Inc. already has running in the U.S., Finland and Belgium.

Google is also building data centers in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Chile.

Virtual tours of a North Carolina data center also will be available through Google's 'Street View' service, which is usually used to view photos of neighborhoods around the world.

The photographic access to Google's data centers coincides with the publication of a Wired magazine article about how the company builds and operates them.

The article is written by Steven Levy, a journalist who won Google's trust while writing 'In The Plex,' a book published last year about the company's philosophy and evolution.

 

One of Google's server farms in Council Bluffs, Iowa, which provides over 115,000 square feet of space for servers running services like Search and YouTube

 

Google colour codes its servers depending on their location, while piping in the buildings is coded depending on what it carries - with cool water in blue tubes and warm in red

 

Google's Douglas County data centre in Georgia is so large the firm provides Google branded bicycles for staff to get around on

 

 

The data centers represent Google's nerve center, although none are located near the company's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.

As Google blossomed from its roots in a Silicon Valley garage, company co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin worked with other engineers to develop a system to connect low-cost computer servers in a way that would help them realize their ambition to provide a digital roadmap to all of the world's information.

Initially, Google just wanted enough computing power to index all the websites on the Internet and deliver quick responses to search requests. As Google's tentacles extended into other markets, the company had to keep adding more computers to store videos, photos, email and information about their users' preferences.

The insights that Google gathers about the more than 1 billion people that use its services has made the company a frequent target of privacy complaints around the world.

The latest missive came Tuesday in Europe, where regulators told Google to revise a 7-month-old change to its privacy policy that enables the company to combine user data collected from its different services.

Google studies Internet search requests and Web surfing habits in an effort to gain a better understanding of what people like. The company does this in an effort to show ads of products and services to the people most likely to be interested in buying them. Advertising accounts for virtually all of Google's revenue, which totaled nearly $23 billion through the first half of this year.

Even as it allows anyone with a Web browser to peer into its data centers, Google intends to closely guard physical access to its buildings. The company also remains cagey about how many computers are in its data centers, saying only that they house hundreds of thousands of machines to run Google's services.

Google's need for so many computers has turned the company a major electricity user, although management says it's constantly looking for ways to reduce power consumption to protect the environment and lower its expenses.

 

Here hundreds of fans funnel hot air from the server racks into a cooling unit to be recirculated in Oklahoma. The green lights are the server status LEDs reflecting from the front of the servers

 

The Iowa campus network room, where routers and switches allow data centers to talk to each other. The fiber cables run along the yellow cable trays near the ceiling.

 

Even the water pipes reflect Google's brand: These colorful pipes are responsible for carrying water in and out of an Oregon data center. The blue pipes supply cold water and the red pipes return the warm water back to be cooled.

 

In Hamina, Finland, Google chose to renovate an old paper mill to take advantage of the building's infrastructure as well as its proximity to the Gulf of Finland's cooling waters.

 

Google's server farm in Douglas County, Iowa

 

The exterior of a Dulles, Oregon server farm

 

Denise Harwood, a Google Engineer, diagnoses an overheated CPU. For more than a decade, Google has built some of the world's most efficient servers.

 

A Google data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

 

Each server rack has four switches, connected by a different coloured cable. Colours are kept the same throughout data centres so staff know which one to replace in case of failure.

 

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