31 July 2009

The Size of Our World

I found this very interesting comparison of heavenly bodies on stumbleupon at rense.com. I thought it would be a nice share.

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26 July 2009

10 Ways to Destroy Earth

Whether it took the Earth 4.5 billion years to get to where it is today (or a mere seven days), destroying it might take a lot less time. Take a look at these spell-bounding new ways of destroying our Earth and how far man can reach from today's perspective.

10. Total existence failure

You will need: nothing

Method: No method. Simply sit back and twiddle your thumbs as, completely by chance, all 200,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms making up the planet Earth suddenly, simultaneously and spontaneously cease to exist. Note: the odds against this actually ever occurring are considerably greater than a googolplex to one. Failing this, some kind of arcane (read: scientifically laughable) probability-manipulation device may be employed.

Utter, utter rubbish.

9. Gobbled up by strangelets

You will need: a stable strangelet

Method: Hijack control of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider in Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island, New York. Use the RHIC to create and maintain a stable strangelet. Keep it stable for as long as it takes to absorb the entire Earth into a mass of strange quarks. Keeping the strangelet stable is incredibly difficult once it has absorbed the stabilizing machinery, but creative solutions may be possible.

A while back, there was some media hoo-hah about the possibility of this actually happening at the RHIC, but in actuality the chances of a stable strangelet forming are pretty much zero.

Earth's final resting place: a huge glob of strange matter.

8. Sucked into a microscopic black hole

You will need: a microscopic black hole. Note that black holes are not eternal, they evaporate due to Hawking radiation. For your average black hole this takes an unimaginable amount of time, but for really small ones it could happen almost instantaneously, as evaporation time is dependent on mass. Therefore you microscopic black hole must have greater than a certain threshold mass, roughly equal to the mass of Mount Everest. Creating a microscopic black hole is tricky, since one needs a reasonable amount of neutronium, but may possibly be achievable by jamming large numbers of atomic nuclei together until they stick. This is left as an exercise to the reader.

Method: simply place your black hole on the surface of the Earth and wait. Black holes are of such high density that they pass through ordinary matter like a stone through the air. The black hole will plummet through the ground, eating its way to the center of the Earth and all the way through to the other side: then, it'll oscillate back, over and over like a matter-absorbing pendulum. Eventually it will come to rest at the core, having absorbed enough matter to slow it down. Then you just need to wait, while it sits and consumes matter until the whole Earth is gone.

Highly, highly unlikely. But not impossible.

Earth's final resting place: a singularity of almost zero size, which will then proceed to happily orbit the Sun as normal.

Source: "The Dark Side Of The Sun," by Terry Pratchett. It is true that the microscopic black hole idea is an age-old science fiction mainstay which predates Pratchett by a long time.

7. Blown up by matter/antimatter reaction

You will need: 2,500,000,000,000 tons of antimatter

Antimatter - the most explosive substance possible - can be manufactured in small quantities using any large particle accelerator, but this will take some considerable time to produce the required amounts. If you can create the appropriate machinery, it may be possible - and much easier - simply to "flip" 2.5 trillion tons of matter through a fourth dimension, turning it all to antimatter at once.

Method: This method involves detonating a bomb so big that it blasts the Earth to pieces.

How hard is that?

The gravitational binding energy of a planet of mass M and radius R is - if you do the lengthy calculations - given by the formula E=(3/5)GM^2/R. For Earth, that works out to roughly 224,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Joules. The Sun takes nearly a WEEK to output that much energy. Think about THAT.

To liberate that much energy requires the complete annihilation of around 2,500,000,000,000 tonnes of antimatter. That's assuming zero energy loss to heat and radiation, which is unlikely to be the case in reality: You'll probably need to up the dose by at least a factor of ten. Once you've generated your antimatter, probably in space, just launch it en masse towards Earth. The resulting release of energy (obeying Einstein's famous mass-energy equation, E=mc^2) should be sufficient to split the Earth into a thousand pieces.

Earth's final resting place: A second asteroid belt around the Sun.

Earliest feasible completion date: AD 2500. Of course, if it does prove possible to manufacture antimatter in the sufficiently large quantities you require - which is not necessarily the case - then smaller antimatter bombs will be around long before then.

6. Destroyed by vacuum energy detonation

You will need: a light bulb

Method: This is a fun one. Contemporary scientific theories tell us that what we may see as vacuum is only vacuum on average, and actually thriving with vast amounts of particles and antiparticles constantly appearing and then annihilating each other. It also suggests that the volume of space enclosed by a light bulb contains enough vacuum energy to boil every ocean in the world. Therefore, vacuum energy could prove to be the most abundant energy source of any kind. Which is where you come in. All you need to do is figure out how to extract this energy and harness it in some kind of power plant - this can easily be done without arousing too much suspicion - then surreptitiously allow the reaction to run out of control. The resulting release of energy would easily be enough to annihilate all of planet Earth and probably the Sun too.

Slightly possible.

Earth's final resting place: a rapidly expanding cloud of particles of varying size.

Earliest feasible completion date: 2060 or so.

Source: "3001: The Final Odyssey," by Arthur C. Clarke

5. Sucked into a giant black hole

You will need: a black hole, extremely powerful rocket engines, and, optionally, a large rocky planetary body. The nearest black hole to our planet is 1600 light years from Earth in the direction of Sagittarius, orbiting V4641.
Method: after locating your black hole, you need get it and the Earth together. This is likely to be the most time-consuming part of this plan. There are two methods, moving Earth or moving the black hole, though for best results you'd most likely move both at once.

Very difficult, but definitely possible.

Earth's final resting place: part of the mass of the black hole.

Earliest feasible completion date: I do not expect the necessary technology to be available until AD 3000, and add at least 800 years for travel time. (That's in an external observer's frame of reference and assuming you move both the Earth and the black hole at the same time.)

Sources: "The Hitch Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy," by Douglas Adams; SPACE.com

4. Meticulously and systematically deconstructed

You will need: a powerful mass driver, or ideally lots of them; ready access to roughly 2*10^32J

Method: Basically, what we're going to do here is dig up the Earth, a big chunk at a time, and boost the whole lot of it into orbit. Yes. All six sextillion tons of it. A mass driver is a sort of oversized electromagnetic railgun, which was once proposed as a way of getting mined materials back from the Moon to Earth - basically, you just load it into the driver and fire it upwards in roughly the right direction. We'd use a particularly powerful model - big enough to hit escape velocity of 11 kilometers per second even after atmospheric considerations - and launch it all into the Sun or randomly into space.

Alternate methods for boosting the material into space include loading the extracted material into space shuttles or taking it up via space elevator. All these methods, however, require a - let me emphasize this - titanic quantity of energy to carry out. Building a Dyson sphere ain't gonna cut it here. (Note: Actually, it would. But if you have the technology to build a Dyson sphere, why are you reading this?) See No. 6 for a possible solution.

If we wanted to and were willing to devote resources to it, we could start this process RIGHT NOW. Indeed, what with all the gunk left in orbit, on the Moon and heading out into space, we already have done.

Earth's final resting place: Many tiny pieces, some dropped into the Sun, the remainder scattered across the rest of the Solar System.

Earliest feasible completion date: Ah. Yes. At a billion tons of mass driven out of the Earth's gravity well per second: 189,000,000 years.

3. Pulverized by impact with blunt instrument

You will need: a big heavy rock, something with a bit of a swing to it... perhaps Mars

Method: Essentially, anything can be destroyed if you hit it hard enough. ANYTHING. The concept is simple: find a really, really big asteroid or planet, accelerate it up to some dazzling speed, and smash it into Earth, preferably head-on but whatever you can manage. The result: an absolutely spectacular collision, resulting hopefully in Earth (and, most likely, our "cue ball" too) being pulverized out of existence - smashed into any number of large pieces which if the collision is hard enough should have enough energy to overcome their mutual gravity and drift away forever, never to coagulate back into a planet again.

A brief analysis of the size of the object required can be found here. Falling at the minimal impact velocity of 11 kilometers per second and assuming zero energy loss to heat and other energy forms, the cue ball would have to have roughly 60% of the mass of the Earth. Mars, the next planet out, "weighs" in at about 11% of Earth's mass, while Venus, the next planet in and also the nearest to Earth, has about 81%. Assuming that we would fire our cue ball into Earth at much greater than 11km/s (I'm thinking more like 50km/s), either of these would make great possibilities.

Obviously a smaller rock would do the job, you just need to fire it faster. A 10,000,000,000,000-tonne asteroid at 90% of light speed would do just as well. See the Guide to moving Earth for useful information on maneuvering big hunks of rock across interplanetary distances.

Pretty plausible.

Earth's final resting place: a variety of roughly Moon-sized chunks of rock, scattered haphazardly across the greater Solar System.

Earliest feasible completion date: AD 2500, maybe?

2. Eaten by von Neumann machines
You will need: a single von Neumann machine

Method: A von Neumann machine is any device that is capable of creating an exact copy of itself given nothing but the necessary raw materials. Create one of these that subsists almost entirely on iron, magnesium, aluminum and silicon, the major elements found in Earth's mantle and core. It doesn't matter how big it is as long as it can reproduce itself exactly in any period of time. Release it into the ground under the Earth's crust and allow it to fend for itself. Watch and wait as it creates a second von Neumann machine, then they create two more, then they create four more. As the population of machines doubles repeatedly, the planet Earth will, terrifyingly soon, be entirely eaten up and turned into a swarm of potentially sextillions of machines. Technically your objective would now be complete - no more Earth - but if you want to be thorough then you can command your VNMs to hurl themselves, along with any remaining trace elements, into the Sun. This hurling would have to be achieved using rocket propulsion of some sort, so be sure to include this in your design.

So crazy it might just work.

Earth's final resting place: the bodies of the VNMs themselves, then a small lump of iron sinking into the Sun.

Earliest feasible completion date: Potentially 2045-2050, or even earlier.

Source: "2010: Odyssey Two," by Arthur C. Clarke

Hurled into the Sun

You will need: Earthmoving equipment

Method: Hurl the Earth into the Sun. Sending Earth on a collision course with the Sun is not as easy as one might think; even though you don't actually have to literally hit the Sun (send the Earth near enough to the Sun (within the Roche limit), and tidal forces will tear it apart), it's surprisingly easy to end up with Earth in a loopy elliptical orbit which merely roasts it for four months in every eight. But careful planning can avoid this.

This is impossible at our current technological level, but will be possible one day, I'm certain. In the meantime, may happen by freak accident if something comes out of nowhere and randomly knocks Earth in precisely the right direction. Earth's final resting place: a small globule of vaporized iron sinking slowly into the heart of the Sun.

Earliest feasible completion date: Via act of God: 25 years' time. Any earlier and we'd have already spotted the asteroid in question. Via human intervention: given the current level of expansion of space technology, 2250 at best.

Source: "Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers," by Grant Naylor.

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Can we stop aging and reverse it's effects?

Why do we age?

Over the centuries, people have often wondered how it is that our bodies grow and develop from a tiny fertilized egg, to a newborn baby, to a young child, then a teenager and, finally, a young adult. A huge number of very complex changes within our bodies must happen perfectly in order to achieve this.

Once we grow into our adult perfection, why can’t we just stay there? Why do we have to age?

And can we stop it?

Doctors and scientists used to take aging for granted. Scientists used to think that because aging was a natural process, there was no need to investigate it. Is it the wear and tear of the body that causes aging or the life span of a person is defined by his genetic structure?

You've heard it said many times before: "Youth is wasted on the young." Unfortunately, the trade-off for the life experiences and wisdom that comes with age is the gradual loss of youth and physical health. We're constantly reminded that "life's too short." Time eventually takes it toll, and the body simply doesn't work as well as it did before.

But what if that didn't have to be the case? Imagine what people could do with an extra decade or two of healthy years. Now how about an extra fifty? Hundred? Five hundred? Imagine accumulating wisdom and experience without the threats of disease and frailty. Imagine being able to stop aging and reverse its effects.

Sounds like a plot for a science fiction story? The truth is putting an end to aging isn't a far-off dream: it's quickly becoming a reality, according to speakers at ideaCity 2008. The conference, hosted and produced in Toronto by Moses Znaimer, featured the latest research on slowing and stopping the aging process. The goal: not just to increase human lifespan, but to increase the healthy years -- perhaps indefinitely. And the "cure" may be available sooner than you think. Here's what the speakers had to say:

Ray Kurzweil

Don't be fooled by appearances. On the outside, Ray Kurzweil looks like a baby boomer but on the inside he claims to be decades younger. Advances in science are paving the way for revolutionary treatments, and he plans to be around to take advantage of them.

Imagine being a "designer baby boomer". In his talk at ideaCity, Kurzweil outlined how the biotechnology revolution is changing the paradigm of medicine. New technology can design and simulate treatments, computers can simulate human intelligence and tiny robots (known as nanobots) and nanotechnology devices could soon be used to kill cancer cells or control insulin. Genes can be added or be "turned off" to prevent diseases. Organs and tissues will eventually be restored to their youthful state. He predicts the biotechnology revolution will peak around 2020 -- well within the grasp of today's Zoomers.

The challenge, Kurzweil argues, is getting through the next 15 years to reap the benefits. How? By slowing the disease and aging processes using the knowledge we have today. If you want to see the specifics, Kurzweil and co-author Terry Grossman outline their strategies in their book Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever. The book acts as a guide to the aggressive strategies you need to employ to retain your health, including regular exercise, managing stress, taking supplements and treating inflammation in addition to the chapters dedicated to a healthy diet.

Michael Rose

Imagine being in a dark factory with only a flashlight. That's how Michael Rose describes how we used to approach medicine: Try to detect the source (if you can see it) and correct the problem. The approach doesn't work well for the complex networks that make up the human body. However, genomics (e.g. the Human Genome Project and DNA mapping) has effectively "turned on the lights" to provide a better understanding of how components and systems work -- and where faults occur.

The problem is that our genome has an unfavourable vocabulary -- it tends towards what Rose calls "bad words" like cancer, Alzheimer's disease and heart disease. The solution is to find therapeutic treatments to rewrite these bad words in order to literally stop your genome from killing you. In the end, you'll have a longer life, but also a healthier and more robust constitution.

In his book, The Long Tomorrow -- How Advances in Evolutionary Biology Can Help Us Postpone Aging, Rose argues that there is no single "fountain of youth" or fabled "elixir of life", despite what the old legends say. Instead, the field of Nutrigenomics, the study of the relationships between nutrition and genes, will lead to nutritional supplements meant to protect health and put off aging.

Aubrey de Grey

"The first 1000-year-old is probably less than 20 years younger than the first 150 year old."

Say what?

In order to understand this statement, you have to stop thinking in straight lines. When it comes to life span, Aubrey de Grey, chairman of the Methuselah Foundation, sees exponential rather than linear increases. What starts as the doubling of small numbers (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, etc) soon explodes. The numbers almost sound too good to be true, but once the fundamental breakthroughs happen, then achievements will accelerate rapidly -- and so will life expectancy.

How will these miraculous numbers come about? De Grey argues that our metabolism causes damage on an ongoing basis. This damage eventually causes pathology (disease). What we need to do is prevent and repair damage at the metabolic level, and maintain our bodies to keep them in top shape. Damage can be repaired with engineering. This means getting rid of "junk" inside and outside of our cells, getting rid of excess cells, replacing lost cells and dealing with mutations.

In other words, repairing damage "buys time" until the next advances come along. Extending lives means saving lives, especially since more deaths are caused by aging than terrorism, war, accidents and natural disasters combined. It's not surprising that de Grey is a force behind getting people to understand the importance of this issue... and to do something about it.

For more information, check out de Grey's book, Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs That Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime, and the Methuselah Foundation website.

Overall, the ideas and methods may be different, but the speakers all seemed to agree on one thing: if you can maintain your health a little longer, you'll be able to benefit from the treatments when they become available. With all due respect to George Bernard Shaw, youth will no longer be wasted on the young, and aging will become a process of continued personal growth rather than decay.

Video :-

New aging research into living longer, disease prevention, quality of life, healthy lifestyles, longevity - conference keynote speaker Dr Patrick Dixon

Scientists have stopped the ageing process in an entire organ for the first time. Know More

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07 July 2009

Five First Person Shooter games that I love the most!

What makes First Person Shooter games so very interesting??
Well may be because of their design, the arms and ammunition that they carry, the stealth, challenge they pose and also may be because of the missions, but whatever may be the reason they have always been on Teen's Desktop! I have always been a great fan of FPSG's and I'm gonna play them for the rest of my life ;)
Here I want to list my top 5 FPSG's. The list may include some of the basic games but as I said they are from the very first day of my encounter with FPSG.

This shall be my all time favorite. When I first came across this game I just had no idea as how to play, believe me it was a crap but then again the moment I found a grip, I made up my mind instantly that I'm gonna complete the game soon.
It has got decent graphics, pretty much perfect for a games of 2001. This game had everything from the mission challenge to the interesting twists. It was more like a real time experience. Story revolves round an undercover agent David Jones who tries to infiltrate the enemy camps with utmost stealth and precision.
Well, I had no idea that its a FPSG, actually I even donot know what a First Person Shooter Game was. All I knew was I loved shooting, killing, crossing the challenging mission, plan my next move! ;)
So that makes me to rate it among my all time favourites!

Max, is that you, help me Max, Max, Max............
More than the game I liked the comic strip that was the part of the game. Seriously, that, I felt was a wonderful idea to put the story of the game and I suppose that had made the game even more entertaining. It had some good graphics, the locations, the architecture, everything was so perfect about this game that can simply draw your eyes!
Interestingly it even carries some Romance, Emotion and also yeah a nude scene of Mona Sax ;) .
Guns, Guns and more Guns! It had blood, planned missions, challenging situations and yes the "Slow Motion" the Time Frame that you can only experience in this game.
Both 1 and 2 were exceptional and the Hollywood flick as well!
If you love Mona go for this! ;)

3. Halo

Chief says it all. One of the finest works from Microsoft Game Studios: Halo had instantly made its mark.
The science fantasy that it carried was too much for people like me to cling to it. Guns, Aliens and of course the 'Warthog' were quite a fun. The colorful interface with an excellent storyline was quite attractive, also not to mention the soundtracks, they just summed up 'the experience'. A perfect blend-one has to play HALO in his lifetime!

Black Mesa Research Facility has everything for you to hang out. From reactors to steam turbines, from research staff to alien creatures.. its got some serious action. Unarguably one of the top 100 games ever made till date-it was a trend setter, a masterpiece of 1998. Game revolves round an underground research facility, where an accident creates a disaster driving the research subjects wild and they later take over the lab and the hero Gordon gets into action wiping them out.
Both Half Life 1 n 2 have been a huge hit and made huge profits. Not to mention the soundtracks. Half Life 2, I believe has the best background score!

Go Go Go... Get a Call of Duty DVD now!
This game is so lively, realistic that to relive the moments of world war 2, you've got to play this! The makers of Spider Man tasted such a huge success from this game that they have around 6 versions of the game released so far.

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14 April 2009

Trust Matters

Crederity was developed in the Wharton School of Business as a distinguished Wharton SBDC VIP company, and was also a Wharton Business Plan Competition semi-finalist in 2004-2005. Their business involves verification of credentials and background verification.

Crederity is a screening and risk mitigation solutions Company where the main services offered are Background verification services which include criminal checks, employment history, address verification and reference checks. Crederity increases the availability and usefulness of decision-making information through its unique processes, technology, and data sources. Crederity also offers cost-effective solutions that deliver quick and measurable ROI. The Crederity Verified Seal may be attached to your resume, email signature, online profiles, blogs, and web sites.

Who needs Crederity?
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Crederity Verified is perfect for bloggers and forum moderators and participants who derive their credibility from their credentials or identity. Crederity Verified Seal helps better connect with your readers. Share your Crederity Card with new people you meet via instant messenger or online chat.
As an accredited and leading provider of background checking services, Crederity has developed a sophisticated system of database connections and processes to derive both qualitative and quantitative verification conclusions based on the information with which they are provided. For example, in many instances they have direct data links to universities and employers to enable real time education and experience verification. For reference verifications, they obtain information from references directly and may authenticate references themselves.

Through these and other means, Crederity is able to authenticate credential information. Crederity respects individual privacy, complies with FCRA regulations and industry best practices such as those established by NAPBS and ASIS, and is authorized as a Designated Agent of the US Department of Homeland Security to assess employment eligibility.

Crederity can currently verify a wide range of information including: references, employment/work experience, education, licenses and certifications, visa status, legal employment eligibility status, addresses, national security risk status (i.e. OFAC, Patriot Act check), criminal status (county, state, national), retail incidents, bankruptcies, liens, civil judgments, online reputation and feedback, and social network status.

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05 April 2009

Socialising your web browser


With the advent of free social networking sites like Facebook, My Space, Twitter(i personally like the concept of Twitter), Linked-in, Orkut etc.., communication over the internet has taken a revolutionary leap since 2004.

All these websites started of as small services at university level taking advantage of the innovative concepts arising out of collaboration between the computer world and the society. It has become a way of life for a lot of youngsters worldwide.

Hot or Not ???


For example, the advent of Facebook came about as a spin-off of a Harvard University version of Hot or Not called Facemash. Facemash “used photos compiled from the online facebooks of nine Houses, placing two next to each other at a time and asking users to choose the “hotter” person.” To accomplish this, Zuckerberg (the Inventor) hacked into the protected areas of Harvard’s computer network and copied the house’s private dormitory ID images.

Though he had to face legal charges for his breach of privacy, the next semester he founded ‘The Facebook‘ extending the Hot or Not concept to a larger scope as you see it today. Everyone’s been talking a lot about a universal face book within Harvard and it has now grown to be the largest ‘facebook’ with more than 175 million active users worldwide.


The earliest and crudest form of communication was blogging->articles posted in chronological order and the viewer has an excellent option of commenting on it then and there itself. The other popular offspring was forums.

The Aftermath

These were followed by numerous innovative projects like:

Web - Albums (both private n public) for amateur as well as professional photographers to showcase their talent. Eg:- Picasa, deviantart, flickr, photobucket etc..,

Online Bookmarking and Stumbling like stumble-upon, delicious, Digg, Reedit, Slashdot, Furl, Magnolia etc..,

Streaming Videos popularised by Youtube, Metacafe etc..,

One click file hosting services like Rapidshare, Megaupload, Mediafire, sendspace etc..,

The tantalizing peer-peer torrent technology. Eg:- mininova, thepiratebay etc.., As quoted by Alexa no website in the history of internet has grown faster than mininova.

The World’s Favorite Free Encyclopedia

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The most successful concept of them being Free Encyclopedia called Wikipedia which succesfully outsmarted the famous and age-old encyclopedia britannic. The main criteria behind this was britannic is not free, one has to be a premium member to avail all the features.

Wikipedia provides you with same amount of info at free of cost. It would be astonishing to know that the number of full-time employees working with this worlds largest free encyclopedia is mere 22. Unbelievable isn’t it?

How could such a small number of people write so many articles? This is where Wikipedia scores out the Britannica - Wikipedia’s 12 million articles (2.8 million in the English) have been written collaboratively by over 9 million volunteers around the world, and almost all of its articles can be edited by anyone who can access the Wikipedia website. Try out yourself.

Socialising the heart of internet

Web browser as they say is ‘the heart an soul of internet’. Taking advantage of the above incredible features Flock, inc has moved a step further by developing a web browser which is tailor made for Social Networking. The browser is powered by the famous Mozilla Firefox Technology.

Flock was founded on the vision that the web browser can and should enable the richest user experience possible across information-gathering, sharing, communication, self-expression and interaction. It has a whole new bunch of features which is gonna make you drool over it instantly. It is touted by many as their “New Favorite Web Browser”.

I am using it since dec 2008 and i bet(100%) this one’s definitely gonna spice up your social life. Go for it. Stay Connected. Rule the Web.

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Major Electronic Music Websites

The websites i mentioned below are rich in content w.r.t Trance and Electronic music.They are large and resourceful databases satisfying the thirst of hardcore electronic music fans.Visit them and have a blast!!!.

These websites are presented in the alphabetical order but not based on the order of preference. All are equally good in some or other categories.

BeatsDigital is a UK-based online music store, that specializes in electronic music, dance music and remixes.

Beatport is a US-based online music store located in Denver, Colorado that specializes in electronic music, dance music and remixes. They featuring a fully flash AJAX GUI to offer the maximum interactive and rich content to the user while they surf in Beatport.And they supply the three major format as user to choice while they download - MP3, MP4 and WAV. Vary on different format, they have different price, MP3 and MP4 almost same price, and WAV a bit higher than the forth format.

Discogs is a website that consists of a huge database of music discographies (recent stats: 440,444 releases - 267,319 artists - 39,073 labels). The content can be added or changed by anyone, but has to be approved by moderators. Formerly focused only on electronic music, it has been gradually extended to other genres, such as Jazz and Rock.

Djmixes2k is a non-profit website offering direct downloads as well as BitTorrent downloads to livesets and mixes. They re-opened April 26, 2001, when the previous owner decided to quit. They changed their concept a bit and decided to only post privately recorded livesets and mixes. The sets stay online for 10 days.

iTunes Store is a digital music store run by Apple Inc. Music is purchased at (typically) $.99 USD on a per-song basis. Files are available either in a Digital Rights Management (DRM) protected AAC format, or in a 256-Kbps AAC format with no DRM, known as iTunes Plus.

I:Vibes : EDM related community, focusing on news, reviews and articles.

Juno Records is a online retail store that selling dance music related items, such as : CDs, vinyl records, music downloads, music merchandise and DJ equipments. They not just selling a fixed major kind genre music, but a wide range genre music like : Garage, Downtempo, Hip Hop/R&B, Rock and more.

MP3.com.au is Australia’s most popular Music Service Provider.Australia’s official MP3 Music Service Provider, showcasing the latest Music news, reviews, competitions, software, MP3 chats, MP3 hardware and free downloads from leading Australian Musicians.”

Trance.nu is a popular website related to electronic dance music, mostly Trance. The site offers news, articles, reviews, artist diaries, an online community, competitions and more.

Created as a labor of love by two trance fans who wanted to give back, TrancePosters is the first site to offer the community quality posters and trance related media.

Tranceaddict or “TA” is the world’s biggest Trance related online community. Founded in 2000, it now has well over 50000 members from all over the world and the most hits per day of any trance related site. Among the community there can be found professional DJs & Producers, as well as a good base of amateurs who have the possibility to promote themselves and their work.

Vinylsound.com is a electronic music comunity for Spanish speakers. News , charts of best djs of world,reviews ,live sets online and more… .

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Indian Rock Scene–Popular Sub Continent Bands

The Indian Sub Continent has always had a special place at the Music Scene and Rock n Pop are no exceptions! With the encouragement that the educational institutes provide these days, the music hungry folks found it pretty easy to exhibit their talent and thus every college today has its own music band. But some have evolved over the years and have established their place at the top and yeah carry some serious fan following.. And this post is all about some of my favorite picks.

This list includes the College n non-college Rock bands from India

Indian Ocean


Unarguably one of the famous Indian Rock Bands ‘Indian Ocean’ , a contemporary fusion music band was formed by Susmit Sen and Asheem Chakravarthy and later Amit Kilam, Rahul Ram joined the band. Some music critics describe the Indian Ocean music as “Indo-rock fusion with jazz-spiced rhythms that integrates shlokas, sufism, environmentalism, mythology and revolution”.

Desert Rose, Khandisa and Jhini are a work of IO and they have also worked for the Bollywood flick Black Friday!

Official Website



Parikrama is a Rock and Roll band from India. They have several live performances and original numbers to their name. The band was officially formed on June 17, 1991 in New Delhi.

This band composed the song “The Superhero” for the geeks of Bangalore only recently. This was in due course of the visit of Microsoft’s chairman Bill Gates to the IT capital of India, Bangalore.

A Parikrama original “Rhythm and Blues” was created in course of their jam session with Usha Uthup.

Parikrama has recently released a few more originals like the Lord of the Rings-inspired “Am I Dreaming”, “Tears of the Wizard” and “In the Middle”.

Apart from “But it rained” another Parikrama original called “Vapourize” is a crowd favorite. “Vapourize” is a 7:30 minutes long song and features harmonized Guitar Solos with a Violin Solo.

The band has been performing in many events for quite some time now and some of their recnt performances are listed below..

Parikrama is touring all the Indian metros, with Saif Ali Khan.

Parikrama opened for Iron Maiden on Feb. 1st in Mumbai on the first concert of their Somewhere Back In Time World Tour. This was the fourth time they played alongside Iron Maiden.

On April 27,2008, it performed at ATMATRISHA, the cultural fest of PES Institute of Technology , Bangalore

On the August 15, 2008, it is performing at “Umang“, the college fest of Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics.

In September 08, they performed at RENDEZVOUS 2008, the annual cultural festival of IIT-Delhi, New Delhi.

On October 17, 2008, they performed at the Qurum Amphitheatre, in Muscat, Oman, playing a selection of their own as well as other famous rock hits.

Official Website



Bhoomi is a music group based in Kolkata, India. They are a Bangla language band. In July 2006 they became the first Indian band to play at the United Nations.

Since the debut album, they have gone on to play folk songs they wrote which were influenced by influences from western music - like the blues. This is prominent in their song “Bhangor Mohiser Gaan” - a salute to the herdsman’s wife who waits for her husband and cattle’s return from the forests - each day endangered by the threat of wild animals which prey on them both. There were gems from the traditional Baul based minstrel songs - which imparted a spiritual message alongside - like “Emon Manob Jonom” and “Kancha Haarite”.

Touring has been one of their strong points. Soumitra, one of the band’s lead singers, has always stressed on their live performances, which has taken the band on a punishing schedule around the globe. They have played in the USA in four touring seasons - and each time doing a hectic schedule aound the country - initially in California and the Mid-West and then subsequently in various cities on the East Coast. In 2006 they capped off their live performance tour program in the United States with a performance at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, in a special performance for UN Staff. This was their 880th live performance - an incredible achievement for any live band who have resurrected Folk music from its forgotten and dust-gathered past.

Their UN performance resulted in the group penning their first song in English - For a Better Day.

In 2008 Bhoomi was the only Asian Band to perform at the International Jazz Festival at Montreal, Canada.

Official Website



Insomnia is a Rock band based in Kolkata, West Bengal. The band’s repertoire includes both English and Bangla songs. The band has an album each in English (Cry of the Spirit - self released) and Bangla (Proloyer Shomoye - Asha Audio). Insomnia is one of the most notable new Rock bands from Eastern India for its unique sound, stage presence and bilingual repertoire.

Insomnia plugged in for the first time in 1999 as the South Point High School band. After numerous line up changes the new recruits were all from different schools: Sayantan Neogi (Ninnai) - La Martiniere for boys, Kolkata; Prasenjit Chakrabutty (Pom) - Don Bosco Park Circus; and Souvik Gupta (Savvy) - Nava Nalanda High School. Therefore, unlike popular belief, Insomnia is not an SPHS band even though it started out as one.

Insomnia’s first show as a professional outfit was on 7 July, 2002 in Music World, Park Street. The band has gone through many potentially crippling line-up changes. However against all odds they stuck on and the current line up has been active since the middle of 2005.

Noteworthy performances by the band:

  • Insomnia were Eastern Zonal Winners and All – India 2nd Runners up at Castrol Garage Rock, 2003 held in Mumbai
  • Insomnia were Finalists at the All – India Rock band competition at Springfest 2003, IIT Kharagpur

Official Website



One of the most Popular Rock bands from Pakistan had first appeared in the film Zinda and have tasted a huge success, prior to making it into Bollywood they have released a few albums like Duur, Strings, Strings2 with Koi Aane Wala Hai as their latest in ‘08.

They hav received many awards and here are a few..

  • Won the “Best Artist Award” at MTV Asia Awards.
  • Won “The Musik Icon of 2006” award.

  • Won an award for “Best Band” at the first Sangeet Awards ceremony held at Royal Albert Hall.
  • Won the Indus Music Award 2005 for extensive contribution to the pop music industry.
  • Won MTV Asia’s “Most Favourite Band” award 2005.
  • Won an award for the “Best Band” at the Third Jazz Indus Music Awards.
  • Won an award for the “Best Lyrics’Zinda’” at the Third Jazz Indus Music Awards.

Official Website



Most Campus Dwellers are aware of the famous ‘B.C Sutta’ ! The overwhelming response that this song received had just threw the band to limelight which is presently working on their new album 100 Rupai.

The band was formed in Karachi, Pakistan in 2003 by Saqib Abdullah a.k.a Skip, who is the singer, songwriter & composer . In 2007 Umair Ghouri officially joined the band. And now Zeest is a duo of both Saqib Abdullah & Umair Ghouri.

Official Website

I would also suggest you have a sneak at Boditree (An XLRI music Band) as well as Euphoria ( One of the famous Pop bands from India).

The list seems endless coz. every other day a new band seems to make it up and so I have listed the ones that I listen often, choices are open you can comment.!

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11 March 2009

Computer DJing--All you wanted to know!

Well its a known fact that a computer DJ is the one who mixes or rather makes digital music on his laptop or a desktop

Often the MIDI controllers and also the required Interfaces are employed to bring about the physical controls similar to those of record decks, but its the softwares that play a major role here in Computer Djing.

Here I list some of the famous computer DJ soft wares and yeah not to mention I tried some of them! ;)

Ableton Live


Ableton Live is a professional loop-based software music sequencer for Mac OS and Windows by Ableton. The latest major release of Live, Version 7, was released in November 2007. Unlike other software sequencers, Live is designed around the notion of being as much an instrument for live performances as a tool for composing and arranging. It is also often used for precision mixing of tracks by DJs.

Official Website

Virtual DJ/Numark Cue


With effects, samples, and transitions that rival vinyl turntablisms, Virtual DJ lets anyone produce polished MP3 mixes.

At the top of the graphically-intense interface, song-structure visualizations show the beats as the music plays. Two simulated turntables play the currently- loaded tracks. Windows below the turntables show samples, effects, music search, recording, program options, and an Explorer-style interface for loading music. You’ll need to download an MP3 encoder if you don’t want to record files in WAV format.

Virtual DJ not only can create audio collages, but it now also can make montages of video clips. The stylish interface and high number of features score points, but learning how to use the program is a hit-or-miss proposition. Fortunately, the program offers a thorough user guide. Virtual DJ is well worth a look both for aspiring mixers and newbies.

Official Website

Sony ACID pro

Acid pro

Sony ACID Pro is a professional digital audio workstation (DAW) software program, originally published by Sonic Foundry, now developed and sold by Sony Creative Software.

With Acid Pro 6 (released in Q3-2006), Sony introduced a full digital audio workstation which also includes MIDI and multitrack audio recording with full support for ASIO, VST, and VSTI audio, plugins, and music synthesizer standards.

ACID Pro uses Acid Loops (meaning they contain tempo and key information for proper pitch transposition) painted out across the screen to create music tracks. Acidized loop sample CDs are available from Sony, as well as third party companies.

As with most sophisticated software packages, ACID is not a single software product but defines a family of products spanning a significant range of features. In a related-marketing effort, Sony has continued to support ACIDplanet, a content web site originally launched by Sonic Foundry which is aimed at current ACID users, prospective ACID users and the general public. It describes itself as “the Internet’s premier site for music, video and unique artists”.

Official Website

Traktor DJ Studio


Serious DJs, look no further–Traktor DJ Studio busts out a power-packed array of tools, surpassing the abilities of traditional DJ equipment. This versatile application gives you everything you need for live and in-studio mixing and remixing, complete with automatic beat synchronization, one-touch looping, a solid track-search function, interactive graphic waveform displays, and smooth cross fades at the click of a button.

Best of all, Traktor DJ Studio has an intuitive interface, closely resembling a real-world mixing board, that makes it easy to set and save multiple loops and cue points in a track. Our main complaint is that some of the cooler features only run (or run smoothly) on high-end machines, and you might not want to risk taking your nice laptop to a gig. Its price and performance mark Traktor DJ Studio for professional use.

Official Website



Coming to eJAY-the one that I love the most, all I can admit is that its the best music/game software ever produced! The bright and colorful interface that it carries and not to mention the advanced features such as loops, reverb, bass synthesizing and drum loop editors, equalizers and many more make this one of the most preferred softwares and especially by the newbies. This one is just like arranging a jigsaw puzzle, it has many builtin sound notes, all you ned to do is pick and place them accordingly so that it sounds good on ear–now isnt that simple! Try it out and iam sure u’ll just fall in love instantly. Since the original Dance eJay, there have been many releases catering to different music genres and users, including techno and hip-hop as well as a PlayStation 2 edition

Official Website

So if you are a game, go on have fun make music and sway all the way!!!!

Try my Music Album `Amateur’s Mishmash` follow this ==>


and do not forget to comment

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06 March 2009

Alexa Sparky - a best tool to judge the performance of a Website

Do you know??? there are approximately around 215,675,903 websites lingering around on the world wide web as tracked by the internet monitoring company Netcraft in Feb 2009. This number is growing rapidly since 1995 (18000 websites then).

Did you ever had a problem searching these large number of websites for an appropriate answer for your question on Google, Yahoo, MSN, Baidu etc..,?

Have you ever scratched your head looking for the best websites from this jungle on whose content you can rely upon and argue with your friends in a debate?

Did you ever had confusion over 'which site to bookmark?' for future reference

If you are a person who owns a blog or a website then you definitely want to know how your counterparts are doing on the WWW. And also what might be the daily traffic they receive?

and Did you ever wonder which are the Top 10 sites among the lot or atleast the Top one.

If not then Alexa has. The award winning web information company maintains the most reliable list of traffic rankings for all the sites that creep up every now and then into WWW. It provides you with a useful toolbar called Alexa Sparky which builts itself into the status bar of your browser providing you the following features:-



  • Related Links: I found this feature very innovative which judges the taste of the user based on the current/previous website he visited and displays the related website links.
  • Traffic Trend: This one shows a curved line indicating the recent traffic performance of the website which directly reflects the quality of the website content recently.
  • Reach Meter: A neat little indicator that shows the overall site's reach upto now.
  • Enhanced Search: This one Shows Alexa Rank Indicator next to search results on Google, Ask, Yahoo, Live and MSN. This is very useful because the rank is immediately mentioned below each search result link and you can choose the best bet accordingly without wasting your time hobbling around all the links.
  • Traffic Rank: Numbers speak volumes. Well people at alexa know about this which is why they maintain a rank for each of those 215,675,903 sites.

Well as expected the top slot toggles between Google and Yahoo followed by Youtube, MSN, Facebook, Myspace, Wikipedia, Blogger. You don't need to worry much about the Top 10 sites as they are already famous and commonly used. The range where alexa comes into picture is from rank 11 to 1 lakh.

Judge the site based on alexa ranking just as you judge a movie relying upon IMDB rating or Rotten Tomatoes percentage.


So the next time you open a browser be smart and get sparky with alexa toolbar.

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26 February 2009

Mumbai Terror - 26/11 Charge Sheet Released

Well, we do all have seen the disasterous face of terrorism during the Mumbai Terror attacks. It was just a day to be enough specific - 26/11. The date itself when heard brings tears, the tremendous number of innocent people who had lost their lives for no reason, their families i pity. It was truly a dreadful disaster and hope history does not repeat itself anytime again. And it is we who has to prevent this happening in future. How??? - If this is your question, then the answer for it is by helping the police in any sense possible. Well many of us have under-estimated our Indian Police, but let me tell you they have really done a ton of work to have this charge sheet release. Now I adore them...

On Wednesday(25/02/09) filed a 11,280-page chargesheet in the Mumbai terror attack before metropolitan magistrate MJ Mirza at the Qila Court in the city.

The chargesheet names 47 accused including the lone terrorist captured alive during the Mumbai attacks, Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab; Fahim Ansari, the terror suspect arrested from Uttar Pradesh, and Sabauddin Mohammad.

Fahim and Sabauddin are the two Indians involved in the attack while all other 45 accused are Pakistanis. The 45 Pakistanis include nine terrorists killed during the Mumbai attacks and Kasab.

"We have garnered evidence in our investigation to prove that maps were provided by Fahim and Sabauddin to help the perpetrators to launch attacks," said Joint Commissioner Rakesh Maria, the officer investigating the Mumbai terror attacks case.

"The Mumbai attackers took people held as hostage to higher vantage position to sustain the siege at the Taj Hotel, Oberoi Hotel and Nariman House and made no attempt to get in touch with any governmental or police to negotiate," Maria said.

"The 26/11 mission was a fidayeen (suicide attack) mission," he added.

Fahim and Sabauddin made detailed maps and carried out reconnaissance of all the important locations & passed it on to the terrorists who carried out the attacks.

During the investigations the test identification parade of the dead terrorists was also carried out with Maria revealing that it was the first time that conducted identification parade of dead bodies.

The chargesheet also established the role of marine wing of Lashkar-e-Taiba in carrying out the attacks.

"Kasab revealed during the interrogations that he was promised Rs 1.5 lakh to carry out the attacks," said Maria.

The accused wanted from Pakistan are Lashkar-e-Toiba operatives including the terror groups top commanders Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, Zarar Shah and Abu Qama.

Two of the accused were reportedly army personnel and the police are investigating if they were still with the Pakistani Army or are not part of the the LeT.

All the 10 terrorists who attacked Mumbai were trained in Pakistan with Lashkar-e-Taiba accused of planning and executing the entire operation

Now, I wait to see that these bloody terrorists get death sentence for what they have caused to India...

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23 February 2009



"Mere paas ma hai(My mom is with me). In the course of my life i always had choice of Hate and Love - i chose Love and i'm here. God is Great"- AR Rahman after winning the Oscar for Best Original Score and Best Original Song

"This is Unbelievable. I dedicate this award to the whole of India. This is not just a sound award this is history in my hands" - Resul Pookutty after winning the Oscar for Best Sound Mixing

The Slumdog's Journey ends at the last stop - the OSCAR's and with an outstanding clean sweep of awards (8/10). What an Oscar Ceremony it was for India in particular!...I'm totally spellbound. I was expecting this but not these many. The 81st Oscar's will be etched in the history of indian cinema (more specifically the indian music industry) as the first ever Oscar's yielding a massive three awards by Maestro Rahman and Mixer Resul.

Coming to the core of the movie 'Slumdog Millionaire', personally it didn't work for me, in the sense that it was not logically sound. But the way Danny Boyle (Academy's Best Director) culminated all the technicians, cast, designers was fabulous and Oscar Worthy.

--> They say a good start leads to a very good middle and to a roaring finish. Slumdog has them all. The way Irfan Khan starts with his powerful "Madar****" dialouge in the jail with Jamal
>and Rahman's rousing 'O Saya' (the choice of train sound while it starts, was a master piece and i have no words for rahman sahab.. it was in chorus with the steps towards success)
>and the use of bollywood style music by simon beafouy to play with those little slumdog's fleeing away on the runway
>and the way Danny Boyle captured the escape sequence in sync with them-altogether it was a rollicking start.

-->Resul's Sound mixing was absolutely fantastic in the middle of the movie. Particulary for me the 'Ring Ring Ringa ... sequence' was rattling, as one of my friend said 'the sound and the singer's voice resonated in the ear even after leaving the cinema hall'.

-->Most of the Music Director's score according to the scene depicted by director, but in Rahman's case it's reverse...his background score dictates the scene. From his evergreen Bombay Theme (My FAV) which has been used extensively by Mani Ratnam in the film Bombay to his Latika's Theme in Slumdog, he has captivated each and everyone of his diehard fan's all over the world today.

Listen to Bombay Theme and Latika's Theme from AR RAHMAN's track list on last.fm
or Listen from the below playlist :-

-->and JAI HO... at the end > there would have been no other better finish to movie that has won many heart's. The choreogarphy was awesome too. The lead actors Dev Patel and Frieda Pinto share an excellent chemistry between them.

Resul Pookutty the 'underdog' when compared with Rahman got his big break with the critically acclaimed 2005 film Black. Then he minced,merged,mingled and mixed with audience emotions in movies like Zinda, Gandhi-My Father, Traffic Signal, Sawariyaa, Musafir, Ghajini and has finally got the deserved international fame this time with Slumdog Millonaire.

If 'AR' was born directly into Hollywood he would have got an Oscar even before the release of "Lagaan". Well it's better late than never... he finally got '2' - what we all think is very well deserved.

JAI HO...Rahman...it's DIL SE from all of us.

Take a close look at Rahman at his Official Website

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Amateur's Mishmash

I'm quite happy to launch my first music album named Amateur's Mishmash :D. Wondering how I ever could make music? This is not an official music site nor I'm an Artist!! They are just small music clips which I composed using the eJay software. Well all I can say is that you can create some good music using the Empire Software. This is some excellent Stuff to work on! Do check out my songs--awaiting reviews!!!!

1. Life in Space


2. Italohalo


3. Keep Movin


4. Dont Stop


5. Luvdeep


6. Dance n Sway


7. No Limits


8. Blast ( Bonous Track)


All the files are converted to mp3 format from wav and hence the audio quality seems to have gone down and so I request you to use an increased volume level than your usual level for a better output!! :D

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22 February 2009

Celebrating the First Anniversary

From Runway 9 to Fresco.... From Dance Floor to Cool Cake.... well then what am I referring about??


Its been a year since we started our journey-- The Blog-o-yage { The Voyage of Blogging} and boy.. I can confess that we have made tremendous improvement, we are yet to learn as how to improve our page rank but I can say that our posting.. the content has certainly improved.
Gone are the days when I used to copy the content from elsewhere, today we just don't copy-paste instead we put our point of view here after making a considerable research. On this personal note lemme share some useful info for all those budding bloggers-the beginners.
Here are few reasons why you need to blog..

1. A Blog is your Website

A Blog is simple, built in tool , user friendly internet application. Any person with the most basic knowledge ( One who can create a notepad) of computer and internet can start writing and can establish his identity on the internet. All you need to do is select a domain and start posting.

2. Exploring the Web

Well if you have started posting and would like to concentrate on certain areas such as science, news, politics etc.. then blogging will certainly help you. To post some excellent stuff you will obviously search the inet and end up visiting so many websites and also the diverse content which you might not have explored if only you werent a blogger.

3. Improvement of General Ability

If you deal in varied topics you are bound to improve your general knowledge. I have found it personally and I recommend you henceforth!

4. Web Design XML Issues

Well this one is for all the so called budding professionals or Design Aspirants...
Blogging Templates are the best examples of XML Products which deal with Data Binding, parsing , layout, Presentation issues. You come across many scripts, codes etc which involve some serious programming issues.

5. Hosting Bandwidth Domain and Web Slang

I dint know about Bandwidth, Hosting ,Domain and stuff like this until I purchased a Domain tell you what we are setting up a new Website pretty soon. All this has happened only because of blogging.. My fantasy towards blogging introduced me to these Issues and wow.. arent they intresting?? Think..?

6. Adsense and Monetization

I never had an idea that my blog would help me in earning some bucks. Yeah the very idea of Online Income had turned me on.. I learnt about Adsense Monetization.. and the Advertising Concept. So now you better give it a thought.

7. Your Online Diary

Blog is your Online Diary. Share whatever you find worth sharing. Connect to people across the Globe.. Expand your Circle.. Gain the Knowledge. Enjoy working, publishing and Designing!!

Start Blogging Today!!

Also before I end lemme also introduce you to our new authors of Youngistan Speaks

Rajesh n Pranav-- My classmates , my Best Buddies and also our chief Designers!!
All the Best and I hope they make this a wonderful place!!

Celebrating the First Anniversary of Youngistan Speaks with the launch of my First Music Album which I have 'composed' using the eJay software.(Album to be posted in the next entry) Hope you love it. Download them today and yeah don't forget the reviews! After all what we expect from you is the feedback! :p


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