CSR, Corporate Social Responsibility is spoken in very heavy words at almost every press conference which a company organizes to announce their results. It has become a mandatory page on any organizations’ annual report. There are graphs and images showing what the companies are doing for the society at large. There is no denying fact that there are some trusted organizations who have an established past and are still pursuing their CSR agenda with almost the same enthusiasm. But these organizations are a few and can be counted on finger tips. Continue reading
IMS Research predicts that the global PV market will double in 2010 to reach a massive 14.6 GW. The analysis is based on research on PV as well as Invertor industry. Inverter is a crucial link in development of Solar PV market and analysis of previous years suggest that Inverter industry is throttling the growth of Solar PV segment. Continue reading
We all work a lot with MS Word. It is one of the most popular office productivity suite from Microsoft stable. In addition to using it as a normal user, one can resort to shortcut keys to ehnace productivity substantially. Here is the list of MS Word Shortcut keys. Continue reading
You don’t need wait any longer. You can start using Rupee symbol in MS Word with a small download here. Courtesy Mangalore-based Foradian Technologies Pvt Ltd, the download has started working and there has been heavy downloads from companies’ blog site http://blog.foradian.com gives you instructions on how to download and use it for free. There have been many users who have downloaded Rupee symbol for use in MS WORD. Dharmalingam Udaya Kumar is credited with designing this symbol which would be used by all. Rupee symbol has been designed, incorporating elements of Devanagari and Roman scripts, and now shall be chosen to represent India’s growing economy and its currency.
We live in a world where we are networked almost 24×7 hours. With net savvy young children, young professional, corporate excutives, senior professionals working through their gadgets, smart phones and laptops, there is hardly any one in the literate world who is not online. Internet has made people boring and reclusive. Today people are willing to let their exercise regimen go astray for the sake of being networked and connected. Very often we feel the urge to check our mobiles and emails to know whether some message has landed in to our inbox. There are young and old alike who will keep their email client open and keep pressing send/receive option to make sure that they don’t waste any time in responding to the messages. Continue reading
Gulf of Mexico Oil spill has caused enormous damage to our environment. We have suddenly been alarmed about all the latent dangers which are surrounding us. Gulf oil spill may be a bit of staid news now. But the enormity of the spill still sends shivers down our spines. Green activists and environmentalists have been raising their voices over what needs to be done to safeguard our environment. Continue reading
There have been many occasions when you must have found that your very popular website is down. After repeated refreshes you are getting the same message. “Server Not Found”. But how do you find out whether the website is down just for you or for every body. There is a help around. You can simply enter your site address in downforeveryoneorjustme.com and you will get your answer. This is a very handy utility for checking whether the problem lies at your end or it is the server which is down. Continue reading
Ever since Internet Explorer had replaced Netscape from it citadel, the rival space has been occupied by many browsers. Today, net users have many options at their disposal. There are scores of them dotting the Internet space. Popular ones are FireFox, Chrome, Flock, Safari, Opera etc. Today most of the net users employ more than one browser for their usages. Continue reading