.:Juicy Web:. Web's Best for Best Surfers

Are you surfing blindly to come across good sites? You already have tried much to find Juicy Web. Now, Just sit back n' enjoy the juiciest sites on the web.

Thursday, January 11, 2007

The top 50 things every foodie should do

So much to eat, so little time. But there are some things we simply must make time for, if not immediately, certainly before we leave this earth. But what is really worth doing, and what can be happily left on the side of the plate?

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Saturday, January 06, 2007

PDF Conversion: Document Converter eXpress

Finally an online tool for PDF file conversions.

Document Converter eXpress supports the following Output file formats:
  • PDF
  • PostScript
  • EPS
  • BMP
  • JPEG
  • TIFF
  • PCX
  • PNG
  • GIF
The supported file formats (input) for conversion includes:
  • Generic Formats
Adobe PDF
Adobe PostScript
Encapsulated PostScript (EPS)
Microsoft Publisher documents

  • Word Processing Formats
Microsoft RTF
Microsoft Word for PC v2
Microsoft Word for PC v3
Microsoft Word for PC v4
Microsoft Word for PC v5.5
Microsoft Word for Macintosh v4
Microsoft Word for Macintosh v5
Microsoft Word for Macintosh v6
Microsoft Word for Macintosh v98
Microsoft Word for Windows v2.x
Microsoft Word for Windows v6.0
Microsoft Word for Windows 95
Microsoft Word for Windows 97
Microsoft Word for Windows 2000
Microsoft Works v1.0
Microsoft Works v2.0
Microsoft Works v3.0
Microsoft Works v4.0
Microsoft Windows Write v1.0
Microsoft Windows Write v2.0
Microsoft Windows Write v3.0
WordPerfect v5.x
WordPerfect v6
WordPerfect v7
WordPerfect v8
WordPerfect v9/2000
WordPerfect for Macintosh v2
WordPerfect for Macintosh v3

  • Spreadsheet Formats
Corel QuattroPro v7
Corel QuattroPro v8
Lotus 1-2-3 v2
Lotus 1-2-3 v3
Lotus 1-2-3 v4
Lotus 1-2-3 v5
Lotus 1-2-3 96
Lotus 1-2-3 97
Lotus 1-2-3 R9
Microsoft Excel v3
Microsoft Excel v4
Microsoft Excel v5
Microsoft Excel v6
Microsoft Excel 97
Microsoft Excel 2000/XP
Microsoft Excel for Mac 98
Microsoft Works Spreadsheet v1.0
Microsoft Works Spreadsheet v2.0
Microsoft Works Spreadsheet v3.0
Microsoft Works Spreadsheet v4.0

  • Presentation Formats
Lotus Freelance 1.0-2.1
Microsoft PowerPoint 4.0
Microsoft PowerPoint 95
Microsoft PowerPoint 97
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000/XP
Microsoft PowerPoint for Macintosh 98

  • Graphic Formats
AVS - AVS X image file
BMP - MS Windows Bitmap image file
BMP - OS/2 Bitmap
DCX - ZSoft IBM PC multi-page Paintbrush file
DIB - MS Windows Device Independent Bitmap
DPX - Digital Moving Picture Exchange
FAX - Group 3 FAX encoding
FITS - Flexible Image Transport System
FPX - FlashPix Format
GIF - CompuServe graphics interchange format
GIF87 - CompuServe graphics interchange format ver 87
ICO - MS Windows Icons
ICO - OS/2 Icons
IPTC - Newswire profile
JBIG - Joint Bi-level Image experts Group file interchange format
JP2 - JPEG-2000 JP2 File Format Syntax
JPEG - Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF format
JPG - Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF format
MIFF - Magick image file format
MNG - Multiple-image Network Graphics
MPC - Magick Persistent Cache image file format
MTV - MTV Raytracing image format
OTB - On-the-air Bitmap
PBM - Portable Bitmap
PCD - Kodak PhotoCD - Base/16, Base/4 and Base only
PCDS - Kodak PhotoCD - Base/16, Base/4 and Base only
PCT - MacIntosh PICT
PCX - PC PaintBrush
PGM - Portable GrayMap
PICT - Apple Macintosh QuickDraw/PICT file
PNG - Portable Network Graphics
PNM - Portable Any Bitmap
PPM - Portable PixelMap
PSD - Adobe Photoshop
P7 - Xv's visual schnauzer format
RAS - Raster Sun Microsystems
RGBA - Raw red, green, blue, and matte samples
SGI - Irix RGB image file
SUN - Raster SunMicrosystems
TGA - TrueVision Targa
TIFF - Tagged Interchange File Format
VICAR - V.I.C.A.R. Image file format
VID - Visual Image Directory
VIFF - Khoros Visualization image file
WMF - Windows Meta File
XBM - X Windows system bitmap, black and white only
XPM - X Windows system pixmap file (color)
XWD - X Windows system window dump file (color)

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Cloning Operating Systems

Anytime we think about installing OS on more than one system 'cloning' comes to our attention. Because we are too lazy :-). Well that is one of the important characteristics of Systems Administrator so that he/she is forced to automate. This document exploit the power of low level data transfer command popularly known as 'dd' and netcat. These programs are available for all major UNIX, Linux and Windows platforms. These commands are fairly popular among Forensics Analysis professionals.

Problem Description

You got more than 1 machine with almost same hardware. i.e. same hard drive, SCSI card, graphics etc. You setup one single machine from top to bottom and now it is time to replicate OS setup on other machines. Commercial Software such as Ghost does a good job in cloning Windows based machines and now many of these software support Linux ext2 file system also. dd although very crude but gives you enough flexibility to manipulate cloning as you wish. We have demonstrated cloning of hard drives in machines loaded with Linux, Win2K, Solaris, HPUX machines using dd . This document is not a single click solution so you may have to juggle through here first. Once you get a hold of this process then it is very powerful to create your own disk cloning schemes save lots of time and hassle. If you are ready, proceed further

The 25 Funniest Analogies (Collected by High School English Teachers)

This is one funny post which you surely do not want to miss out.

In this page you can find 25 funny analogies written by students. Judy mentions in her post that she got this as an email forward. Certainly worth a read, and regarding my favourite 3, here it goes:

  1. He spoke with the wisdom that can only come from experience, like a guy who went blind because he looked at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes with a pinhole in it and now goes around the country speaking at high schools about the dangers of looking at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes with a pinhole in it.
  2. The plan was simple, like my brother-in-law Phil. But unlike Phil, this plan just might work.
  3. The little boat gently drifted across the pond exactly the way a bowling ball wouldn’t.

Monday, January 01, 2007

Six Biggest New Ideas In Chat

Instant messaging has become a part of daily life on the web. I use several different services depending on what I want to do and who I want to talk to. AIM is great for keeping in touch with old friends, Meebo or eBuddy for signing on anywhere, and Skype for business interactions. I use these different services because of their strengths in certain key features. Companies like Meebo, Skype, Wablet, and AOL-acquired Userplane are pushing these features forward with the next generation of instant messaging on the web.

Real time communication is one of the most innovative sectors on the web today. Below are some of the big ideas emerging in web instant messaging as it stands today and the services that exemplify them.
Read Nick Gonzalez's original post here.