I normally open links in a new tab by right clicking the link and then select the “Open link in new tab” option. But there’s an easy way to do this. All you need to do is just click the scroll wheel of your mouse on the link and you have the link open in a new window.
Archive for August, 2011
Petrol is one of the costliest items in India. Because of that, I used to only put in around 10 liters in my car which would help me move around for almost a week. However, very recently I noticed that whenever I have a full tank of fuel, the consumption was very less and I noticed amazing difference.
Over the last few days I was thinking as to why this would happen and this is what I could think of. Whenever you have less fuel in your tank, you are actually giving more room for the fuel to evaporate. So apart from the normal consumption of the fuel you lose out fuel due to evaporation and its worse in summer. When you have a full tank of fuel there’s less empty space hence less evaporation.
Try this out and I would be happy to hear it works for you too.
In situations where you need to find the size of a particular data stored in one of the fields in your database, especially if you have binary data like images stored, this query would be helpful.
SELECT DATALENGTH(coloumnName) FROM tableName
Z Corporation has come out with an amazing technology where you can actually prints out a physical object. That’s right, print it!!! It actually clones the object. Check out the video below.
Now I was thinking, in order to teleport an object all they need to do is, scan the object and transmit the scanned data to one of your printers in mars so that one of those astronauts there doesn’t have to regret that he forgot to take his stuff . Cool…yeah!!!
Z Corp, I can’t wait to see this.
Since the last two months or so, I had this idea of starting a blog. Today here I am writing my first blog post. Hmmm…now that was quick. I never even dreamed that an introvert like me would enter the blog world. Hope you guys will have a great time reading my blog. Thanks.