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Oh sorry, don't worry about this post any more. I solved this problem last night by uninstalling and reinstalling my iTunes and having a reboot..something was wrong in the previous installation of iTunes. Thanks anyways!
Any of you guys having trouble to watch the matches live on TV? If any of you guys need any help regarding watching the matches LIVE on your computer without paying a dime, please let me know and I can post a link up here.
Also, using that particular software today for the first time, I realized that you can even record matches and save them on your hard drive.
I always believed that MySpace is kinda lame. But I really love Facebook though :P:P Great website to stalk college or high school girls 😉
I agree that the muslims have been revolting against things that don't really matter much. But honestly, I personally wonder, do the Muslims even understand the whole politics and dynamics of certain facts? I frankly don't think so. Majority of Muslims in Iran, Saudi Arabia and other countries protested only because they were “asked to” by their leaders. They assume that their leaders are always right and others are always wrong. No matter how bad things their leaders will tell them, they will follow it.
There are many reasons for this. One biggest reason is lack of education and awareness.
Globalization can only be successful through education. Education has to be non-religious, not like the Islamic education that prevail in most Islamic countries. Only through secular and non-partial education, one can see the things as they are, rather than blindly following some “leader” who has his/her own personal agenda and goals. Through education comes also economic stability and success. If people are not educated, where will money come from? And we all know the poverty is a major factor towards terrorism.
I want to distance this particular cartoon issue from other issues that concern the muslims. They may or may not be over-reacting to other issues, but the cartoons are definitely ugly. Its not just muslim religion but rather any religion will get offended if their religious leader is portrayed this way. Cartoons like this also fan something called “racism” and there is no place of racism in the world of globalization.
About the idea that only Western countries are the victim of Muslim Jehad or Muslim anger, let me tell you guys one thing. No other country has suffered more of terrorism than India itself and today, the whole world is suffering from terrorism. Don't you think the innocent poor kids from Iraq, Afghanistan or Iran are also suffering for something that they have no idea about? The whole idea of Islamic “Jehad” is nothing but absolute bull-****.
Anyways, I think and I am sure most of you guys will agree with me that whatever the cartoonists and the editor did were absolutely unprofessional. Come on. Think of it. If I don't like a certain religion and I am working in a famous national news paper, that doesn't sound right that I would draw offending cartoons about that religion and publish it in the news paper, I have access to.
Above all, the editors were so stupid, yes stupid, that they obviously don't know the line dividing respect for a religion and freedom of speech. Freedom of speech is great as long as it doesn't offend a community, religion or something. Even if its controversial, there is always a limit. But I think in this case, the editors and the cartoonists have crossed the limit.
Laughable thing is the Prime Minister of Denmark initially refused to meet a delegation of Muslims who were protesting peacefully regarding this issue and instead defended the press. I think some people just need to grow up…including the violent protestors.
1. Block him on your AIM
2. If he tries to meet you or sends his clones to meet you at work or other places, hand him or his clones to the cops.
3. Avoid any contact with him or sharing your phone number or personal details with him.
Thats all I can say. About tracking some one through IP address, thats a lot of work. Simple solutions as listed above can also reap rewards.
Good luck and let us know how if things are improving.
looks like you are in the same situation as my room-mate who is in MIS. I got lucky and I am currently doing my internship-coop. I have been through those mess and trust me, it does really get frustrating. But have patience and confidence.
About the resume, you know, if I were in your shoes, I would like to re-word and re-construct my resume. I will email you my resume some time if you want it, and you can see the construction of my email and see how you can change yours. Offcourse we are in different majors, so yours doesn't have to be exactly like mine, but what appeals the employers first is the formatting style. Then they read those the resume. So choosing appropriate words and headers are very important. Also, as far as I know, most of the employers who interviewed me, they wanted me to limit the resume to one page only. So its better if we dont include a lot of details.
I dont have much experience in the field, you are looking for a job, but still, all I can say is, just have patience, and confidence. Once, you get a slight lead or find a job which really appeals you and you think you can do it, persist over and over again. Thats how I got my last 3 jobs. Persistence is very important. On the other hand, my room-mate is not very social and he tries to refrain from persisting the employers, and as a result, his resume even if its better than other applicants, gets over looked. Ultimately it only adds to his own frustration but he never changes his strategy, no matter how much I convince him.
Talking about persistence, dont be over persistent because it annoys a lot of employers.
Also use your contacts as much as possible. If you know some one who is involved in something you like, talk to him/her. give him/her your resume. I am sure many people here wont agree with me but frankly, I think getting a job these days is more based on how many contacts or friends you have working in that dept and office than how much hard work you did in your college. Internships and co-ops are just becoming more and more FBES (Friend-Based Employement System).
I will post something more important and relevant later. Good luck in your job search!
Yup. Dont worry. Dogs who bark, never bite. If you know the person yourself and if you are sure that he is a cop and if the things get reallllly unbearable, just file him for harrasment or get a restraining order or just hand him over to the real cops. That will wake him up.
For Muslims, depicting any kind of pictoral form of Prophet Muhammad is considered to be anti-muslim or anti-Islam. For example, if I would draw a picture of Prophet Muhammad, in the eyes of Muslims, it would be against their tradition and religion. Even if am a non-muslim or if I don't believe in Islam, it will offend them and their religion. But, should I always care about whats going to offend whom and in what way all the time even if something is so unintentional? say for example, if I eat pork, won't it be considered offensive to Islam traditions too? Does that mean that I should give up eating pork and ask my female friends to wear Burkhas or Veils? The point is, no matter how careful we are, no matter how good our intentions may be, its surely gonna hurt some one's sentiments, whether we like or not. The solution to that is to develop tolerance. People have to learn to accept certain facts and not to create a furore about every tiny little issue.
I just wanted say that people have always used religion for their personal and political goals. This is just another example of the whole set up. Best example is Osama bin Laden himself. Isn't he using religion for his own basic personal and political cause? Didn't Taliban use religion to come into power in Afghanistan? This has been going on for centuries.
And yeah. rich, powerful fundamental Islamists are indeed related to those kind of violence as in “protest” against the cartoons. If I remember, even the premier of Iran called upon “death” to all Americans because they are “infidels” and are “some way” related to the cartoons. Offcourse this is laughable, as we all know that US is no way related to this whole incident, but, if a common illiterate muslim guy hears his rich, powerful, premier calling upon Jehad against Americans on a thing which is entirely false, what can else can we expect from him? As I said somewhere else, the only way to create a sense of tolerance and understanding among muslim regions is by secular education. Without secular education, many things go wrong, as we see it today.
I agree with Oreo that the protests are valid and understandable, but not at the cost of vandalism.
Hmm. Reminds me of a funny song.. Lemme modify the lyrics and put it up here…
angels sang out in immaculate chorus
down from the heavens descended Chuck Norris
who deliver a kick which could shatter bones
into the crotches of Fake “The Ones”
who all fell over on the ground, writhing in pain
as Batman changed back into Bruce Wayne
but Chuck saw through his clever disguise
and he crushed Batman's head in between his thighs….
Hehe so Chuck Norris my old buddy decimated all the fake Neos 😀
Cool!! They designed a game based on me!! Flippin' sweet!
Instead of downloading a new software and hacks for it, why not just go to any random chat room and type “/follow username” on the message box (without the quotes) and hit enter? that would solve all the ordeal.
Nice find. I am already a fan of this website. You can give a try to CTRAX service, http://media.cdigix.com/ . Thats my personal favorite website. The service there is way much better than that in iTunes website.
Yup. These computers are Windows xp machines. I am logged into the appropriate domain and the computers are properly joined. I have used the command utility “net start” and “net stop” for starting and stoping the services, but it doesn't help to the over all procedure for reinstallation of the anti-virus.
e.g., I have to not only make the services “stop” but also “disabled”. So with net stop I can only stop them. But, then after reinstallation of the anti-virus I get an error which tells me that the antivirus was not installed properly on the client station. And this thing happens with all the computers which have the same problem. I have gone through like 1500 computers but didnt come across anything like this. These are just like 10 to 15 computers with whom I am facing the problem.
Everything else seems pretty okay with the computers. Over all speed while accessing the folders is normal. I can access them through C$ and I also can access their regedit. I can ping them. Except just when I try stopping one of their services, I get the freaking error 6.
Okay this is kind of more complicated than it seems. I am currently working as security analyst for a hospital. We got a lot of computers in our network. Part of my job is to access those computers online remotely (using the formatt, //computername/C$ on the address bar ). After connecting the computer, I connect to their Computer Management by right clicking on “Computer Management Local” and clicking another computer and then type the computer address.
After connecting to the Computer Management of that computer, when I try to stop the service of anti-virus (for remote re-installation), I get that kind of error.
As far as I know, since my status is as good as System Administrator, I have the administrator rights for all those computers. I have already done this like 1000s of times on other computers. But lately, I am facing this kind of error on last few computers. I don't really get what might be the cause of this problem. I can ping to them, I can connect to the computer using “C$”. Yes, I can stop the service from command line, but honestly, that doesnt help in proper installation of the anti-virus on the remote computer.
Any help regarding this will be appreciated.