We are so much dependent on gadgets these days, so much so that even for a simple math our immediate reflex would be to pull out our mobile from our pocket and open the calculator app.
I’m not sure if anyone has already thought of this, but then yesterday I was thinking, instead of wasting time unlocking the screen and searching for the calculator app on your phone, why can’t we just have the calculator app solve both the purpose. To unlock the screen as well as do some quick math.
I’ve managed to create a demo for this using my own HTC phone. As you can see in the video below, I just used the code “12255″ and then immediately pressed “=” to unlock the screen.
I recently came across this interesting fact, so thought of sharing it. So why do you think 1 is “one”, 2 is “two”, 3 is “three”, ….? Have you ever asked this question why? …….. You should know that the numbers we write are made of algorithms, (1, 2, 3, 4, etc.) are called Arabic algorithms, to distinguish them from Roman algorithms, (I, II, III, IV, etc.). The Arabs popularize the algorithms, but their origin goes back to the Phoenician merchants, that used them to count and do their commercial countability. What is the logic that exist in the Arabic logarithm? Easy, very easy! THEY ARE ALL ANGLES! Look at these algorithm written in their primitive form and check it up!
Yesterday I received a spam mail and the interesting thing about it was that, it had some pictures of a kid. This is the first time I’ve ever received a spam mail like this.
When I checked the email id to which it was send, the email id is the same as mine except that the dot (.) was missing in the id. After some R&D over it, I figured out that the dot in your Gmail id is insignificant and you can login, send / receive mails even without the dot and it just works perfectly. Don’t believe me? Try it out!
I seriously don’t understand the logic behind this and why Google is treating your email id’s this way.