DHMO stands for Dihydrogen Monoxide. Here are some quick facts about it.
DHMO is involved in a number of megalomaniacal catastrophes in the recent past
DHMO’s presence is ever increasing and is eating away at the environment's goodness
DHMO is an enabling component of acid rain
DHMO is one of
Back in my school days, I had an analog desk clock which had a built in alarm feature. I loved it because it was full of analog buttons and it never missed a beat. Later on, I graduated to an electronic alarm which was quite sophisticated but was not as
Why wait for ninety odd minutes to watch a goal or two (none at worst). The video below produced by Slate shows all the 136 goals scored in under six minutes. How much more faster and exciting can it be?
Oh, for the record, 136 is the most number of goals
Cyber crime is on the rise. Kidnapping of individuals has now turned to websites being held hostage for ransom. Feedly, the RSS reader that transitioned most users from Google Reader and perhaps the most popular of its kind came under distributed denial of service attack (DDoS) in the wee hours
The IT capital of the Eastern hemisphere – Bangalore - is the first city in India to get imaged for Google’s Street View feature in Google Maps. All public locations will be shot using Google cars and trikes.
Google Trike – A special vehicle that houses the camera and has three
Law firm Hagens Berman that has been working on the xarelto class action but shot to fame when they pulled Google to court over the alleged monopoly in making Google as the default search engine on Android devices is now set for another showdown. The latest lawsuit is against Google
Bus travel is back in style, and a new venture to help bus buffs find cheap tickets has been recently launched. Learn how to sell tickets online. BusBud has networked across 9877 cities in 81 countries at the time of writing, and the numbers are set to grow going by
The faster you rise, the harder you fail. This adage perhaps suits Facebook in this century. The popular social network is on its way to becoming obsolete, according to researchers from Princeton University.
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