Today one of my friends was asking on Facebook, what are the utilities of Tablets? I commented what I thought about it, and here it follow: Until Surface came, tablet was immature. Now, it is getting a shape and user base too. Here, at US, I see a lot of people using tablets. They have … Continue reading Just another comment on Tablets
presenting two seminal works on watercolor simulation presentation given as a part of Graduate Computer Graphics course assignment
Cover on "Semantic Matchmaking of Resources with Local Closed-World Reasoning" paper by Stephan Grimm & Pascal Hitzler
This is a live blog (i.e. I'd be updating this post time by time. I am starting to use PostgreSQL as Object Database, mainly as a part of my course project. Object oriented extension of SQL is quite interesting - I, kinda, am loving it. However, all object oriented extensions are not yet implemented by … Continue reading PostgreSQL as Object Database
Apparently, grammar does not bear any significance. Just look around, lay your ears and listen, read status updates, tweets, posts floating abound in streams of social networks – even newspapers, official documents, emails sent by executives. What do you notice? Every day, with utmost annoyance, I read and hear English sentences, if linguists agree to … Continue reading Defy or deify English grammar?
It’s long, seems like one third of lifetime or may be more! Every year it comes back and adds one more year to my age. Some might argue it as one more year spent, I’d say it is one more year earned. 10/10 is arguably the most beautiful figure as date and indeed a nice … Continue reading Recurring Anniversary
Hey reader! are you there? Oh, yes indeed, or unless you had not been reading 😛 Now tell me what! I have been thinking, what I might write about… I have not been writing anything for so long, I am afraid I forgot how to write a blog. Seriously, once in the ages of no … Continue reading Scribbling the social way
This presentation was used in a Talk that I gave in First CSE Festival at KUET in 2012 This talk covered "Research in the Computing Industry" to inspire students of the undergrad program and to familiarize them with research in the industry.
Colors are beautiful, albeit they are. And we need them a lot, everywhere - in web designing, in using Photoshop, in doing graphic art, vector drawing, in paintings, dresses and anywhere we like to sooth our eyes with, or even to puzzle our eyes. Indeed, colors have names, but in computer, we need to have … Continue reading Web Colors Chart
the World Made in China | Designed in America | Invested by Israel Using German & Japanese Technology | Outsourced to India
Oops, what I have been thinking? ooh, yes I was thinking about ergonomics and this is it, we all shall work in an environment which is best for both our work and our physique. :)) So what? I had just been going through a post in lifehacker, it was showing this serene workstation. And it … Continue reading ouch, it is a place to work