-Drop Inn-

                                                           The Drop Inn Center is a non-profit agency serving homeless individuals in Cincinnati, Ohio. Their stated mission is to be a “community of residents, staff and volunteers working together to provide basic human services for men & women experiencing homelessness with a primary commitment to shelter.”

                                                            The Drop Inn Center began in the early 1970s. The shelter’s founder, Buddy Gray, took people off the street into his own apartment. The shelter formalized and began as an evening shelter for the homeless in Cincinnati in 1973. It occupied a series of storefronts in Over-the-Rhine, first at 1713 Vine St. and later at 1324 Main Street. In 1976, city politics and a lack of funding threatened the shelter with closure on the weekends. A group of volunteers responded to this by committing to keep the shelter open seven days a week; they soon incorporated as an organization called the Shelter-house Volunteer Group.

                                                              As time passed and the shelter grew, the storefront on Main St. became increasingly inadequate. On January 13, 1978 volunteers associated with the Drop Inn Center moved illegally to the former Teamster Hall at 217 W. 12th Street. This move was seen by some as controversial. In the 1980s the Teamsters hall became so crowded that large iron bunks had to be installed. In 1990 a new wing was built on to the shelter to house 200 more residents, and a Drug Treatment Program for men.

                                                               Through the 1990s, the Drop Inn Center continued to add space and programs for the homeless. The women’s side of shelter was completely renovated in 1994, and in 1998 a recovery program for women, the Full Circle Program, began. In 1996, when Recovery Hotel opened as a transitional housing facility for men in recovery the Drop Inn Center began providing supportive services there. This direction was furthered by the development of the 12th & Elm Transitional Housing Project, eventually relocated in 2008 to make room for a new public arts high school.

                                                                A new comprehensive intake system began in 2004 which allowed the Drop Inn Center to track its residents more effectively. The Drop Inn Center added a Case Management Program targeted to the long term homeless as well as a housing subsidy program called Shelter Plus Care. In 2009 the Center reorganized to add improvements to the Emergency Shelter, including the creation of a Step-Up Dorm for Men.


~( Indian Tanker )~

The Arjun (Sanskrit: अर्जुन) is a third generation main battle tank developed by India’s Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), for the Indian Army. The tank is named for Arjun, a character in the Indian epic, Mahabharata.

The Arjun features a 120 mm main rifled gun with indigenously developed APFSDS ammunition, one 7.62 mm coaxial machine gun, and a 12.7 mm machine gun. It is powered by a single MTU multi-fuel diesel engine rated at 1,400 hp, and can achieve a maximum speed of 70 km/h (43 mph) and a cross-country speed of 40 km/h (25 mph). It has a four-man crew: commander, gunner, loader and driver. Automatic fire detection and suppression, and NBC protection systems are included. All-round anti-tank warhead protection by the newly developed Kanchan armour is claimed to be much higher than available in comparable third generation tanks


Type Main battle tank
Place of origin India
Production history
Designer CVRDE, DRDO
Designed March 1974–present
Manufacturer Heavy Vehicles Factory, Avadi
Unit cost INR17.2 crore (US$2.6 million)
Produced 2004–present
Number built 124 (124 Mk-I and 124 Mk-II ordered)
Variants Tank EX
Weight 58.5 tonnes (57.6 long tons; 64.5 short tons)
Length 10.638 metres (34 ft 10.8 in)
Width 3.864 metres (12 ft 8.1 in)
Height 2.32 metres (7 ft 7 in)
Crew 4 (commander, gunner, loader and driver)
Armor steel/composite Kanchan armour.
armament 120 mm rifled tank gun
LAHAT anti-tank missile
armament NSV 12.7mm AA MG
Mag 7.62 mm Tk715 coaxial MG
Engine MTU 838 Ka 501 diesel
1,400 hp (1,040 kW)
Power/weight 23.9hp/tonne,
Transmission Renk epicyclic train gearbox, 4 fwd + 2 rev gears
Suspension hydropneumatic
Ground clearance 0.45 metres (1 ft 6 in)
Fuel capacity 1,610 litres (350 imp gal; 430 US gal)
range 450 kilometres (280 mi)
Speed 72 km/h (45 mph) Road
40 km/h (25 mph) Cross country

Arjun MBT bump track test.JPG


The DRDO, with its Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (CVRDE) as the main laboratory, was tasked to develop the hull, Armour, turret, running gear and gun for the tank, with the power-pack being imported.



~ About Live Chat Software ~

LIVECHAT Software is a Poland-based IT company, developer of business communication software.Besides developing and selling communication solutions, in 2004-2010 LIVECHAT Software was also the owner of one of the first Polish online chat portals – POLChat.

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HEADQUARTERS Wroclaw, Poland
INDUSTRY E-commerce
PRODUCTS Live support software,Instant messaging software,Chat software
WEBSITE http://www.livechatinc.com


Company products are:

LiveChat (live support software)
GG Pro (corporate instant messenger) – discontinued.
Chat Server (chat software for moderated chats) – discontinued.
In October 2007 LiveChat (formerly LIVECHAT Contact Center) was listed among top Customer Support and Feedback applications in Inside CRM report recommended by Guy Kawasaki.
On the software market, company cooperates with such companies as Microsoft, MySQL AB,Intel or Red Hat.

 People used to communicate easy now a days….


                                       The history of money begins around 2500 years ago with the first minting of coinage in about the seventh to sixth century BC.Since ancient times people have swapped items of value either in the exchange of gifts or else in markets where a commonly shared system of tokens is more convenient,Many things have been exchanged in markets including, for example, livestock and sacks of cereal grain (from which the Shekel is derived) – things directly useful in themselves, but also sometimes merely attractive items such as cowry shells or beads were exchanged for more useful commodities. Precious metals from which early coins were made fall into this second category.

                                      In a gift economy, valuable goods and services are regularly given without any explicit agreement for immediate or future rewards, ideally, simultaneous or recurring giving serves to circulate and redistribute valuables within the community.There are various social theories concerning gift economies. Some consider the gifts to be a form of reciprocal altruism. Another interpretation is that implicit “I owe you” debt and social status are awarded in return for the “gifts”.

                                         Anatolian obsidian as a raw material for stone-age tools was distributed as early as 12,000 B.C., with organized trade occurring in the 9th millennium.In Sardinia, one of the four main sites for sourcing the material deposits of obsidian within the Mediterranean, trade in this was replaced in the 3rd millennium by trade in copper and silver.As early as 9000 BC both grain and cattle were used as money or as barter (Davies) (the first grain remains found, considered to be evidence of pre-agricultural practice date to 17,000 BC)

                                       In the earliest instances of trade with money, the things with the greatest utility and reliability in terms of re-use and re-trading of these things like their marketability, determined the nature of the object or thing chosen to exchange. So as in agricultural societies, things needed for efficient and comfortable employment of energies for the production of cereals and the like were the most easy to transfer to monetary significance for direct exchange. As more of the basic conditions of the human existence were met to the satisfaction of human needs,so the division of labour increased to create new activities for the use of time to solve more advanced concerns. As peoples needs became more refined, so indirect exchange became more likely as the physical separation of skilled labourers (suppliers) from their prospective clients (demand) required the use of a medium common to all communities, to facilitate a wider market

 Just a note of MONEY Just like that..

-Google Best Algorithm-

                         Richard Phillips Feynman was an American theoretical physicist known for his work in the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum electrodynamics, and the physics of the superfluidity of supercooled liquid helium, as well as in particle physics.

                                      In high school, his IQ was determined to be 125—high, but “merely respectable” according to biographer James Gleick.In 1933, when he turned 15, he taught himself trigonometry, advanced algebra, infinite series, analytic geometry, and both differential and integral calculus.[15] Before entering college, he was experimenting with and re-creating mathematical topics such as the half-derivative using his own notation. In high school he was developing the mathematical intuition behind his Taylor series of mathematical operators.
                                     His habit of direct characterization sometimes rattled more conventional thinkers; for example, one of his questions, when learning feline anatomy, was “Do you have a map of the cat”. Ltaer he applied to Columbia University but was not accepted.[9] Instead, he attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1939 and in the same year was named a Putnam Fellow.

                                    He immersed himself in work on the project, and was present at the Trinity bomb test. Feynman claimed to be the only person to see the explosion without the very dark glasses or welder’s lenses provided, reasoning that it was safe to look through a truck windshield, as it would screen out the harmful ultraviolet radiation.

                            Feynman’s other work at Los Alamos included calculating neutron equations for the Los Alamos “Water Boiler”, a small nuclear reactor, to measure how close an assembly of fissile material was to criticality. On completing this work he was transferred to the Oak Ridge facility, where he aided engineers in devising safety procedures for material storage so that criticality accidents,feynman held an appointment at the University of Wisconsin–Madison as an assistant professor of physics. The appointment was spent on leave for his involvement in the Manhattan project. In 1945, he received a letter from Dean Mark Ingraham of the College of Letters and Science requesting his return to UW to teach in the coming academic year. His appointment was not extended when he did not commit to return.

                                     While researching for his Ph.D., Feynman married his first wife, Arline Greenbaum. She was diagnosed with tuberculosis, but she and Feynman were careful, and he never contracted it. She died of the disease in 1945. In 1946, Feynman wrote a letter to her, but kept it sealed for the rest of his life.[45] This portion of Feynman’s life was portrayed in the 1996 film Infinity, which featured Feynman’s daughter, Michelle, in a cameo role.
He married a second time in June 1952, to Mary Louise Bell of Neodesha, Kansas; this marriage was brief and unsuccessful:
He begins working calculus problems in his head as soon as he awakens. He did calculus while driving in his car, while sitting in the living room, and while lying in bed at night.
—Mary Louise Bell divorce complaint.

Feynman had two rare forms of cancer, liposarcoma and Waldenström’s macroglobulinemia, dying shortly after a final attempt at surgery for the former on February 15, 1988, aged 69.[18] His last recorded words are noted as, “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring., 😦



Thank You sir…

Mobile Phone


                                                                      Mobile has an History and some Advantages & Disadvantages there are many features in mobile phone.,  Today we gone talk about it there is lot things to share about it, but we gone share just hint of mobile phone. First we gone known about History of mobile.    

                             The transmission of speech by radio has a long and varied history going back to Reginald Fessenden’s invention and shore-to-ship demonstration of radio telephony.The development of mobile telephony began in 1918 with tests of wireless telephony on military trains between Berlin and Zossen.In 1926 the artist Karl Arnold created a visionary cartoon about the use of mobile phones in the street, in the picture “wireless telephony”, published in the German satirical magazine Simplicissimus .

                                     The Second World War made military use of radio telephony links. Early devices were bulky and consumed high power and the network supported only a few simultaneous conversations., In modern cellular networks allow automatic and pervasive use of mobile phones for voice and data communications.The advances in mobile telephony can be traced in successive generations from the early “0G” services like MTS and its successor Improved Mobile Telephone Service.,

                                     The First mobile Motorola was the first company to produce a handheld mobile phone. On 3 April 1973 Martin Cooper, a Motorola engineer and executive, made the first mobile telephone call from handheld subscriber equipment in front of reporters, placing a call to Dr. Joel S. Engel of Bell Labs,it has an weighed 1.1 kg and measured 23 cm long, 13 cm deep and 4.45 cm wide. The prototype offered a talk time of just 30 minutes and took 10 hours to re-charge
Later there was Radio Common Carrier or RCC was a service introduced in the 1960s by independent telephone companies to compete against AT&T’s IMTS. RCC systems used paired UHF 454/459 MHz and VHF 152/158 MHz frequencies near those used by IMTS. RCC based services were provided until the 1980s when cellular AMPS systems made RCC equipment obsolete.


   A mobile of radio telephone :-

                                 At this stage, the technology to implement these ideas did not exist, nor had the frequencies been allocated.In all these early examples, a mobile phone had to stay within the coverage area serviced by one base station throughout the phone call, i.e. there was no continuity of service as the phones moved through several cell areas. The concepts of frequency reuse and handoff, as well as a number of other concepts that formed the basis of modern cell phone technology.

                          At this stage, the technology to implement these ideas did not exist, nor had the frequencies been allocated.In all these early examples, a mobile phone had to stay within the coverage area serviced by one base station throughout the phone call, i.e. there was no continuity of service as the phones moved through several cell areas. The concepts of frequency reuse and handoff, as well as a number of other concepts that formed the basis of modern cell phone technology.

                          Later the growth and development as become as the use of 2G phones became more widespread and people began to utilize mobile phones in their daily lives, it became clear that demand for data (such as access to browse the internet) was growing. Furthermore, experience from fixed broadband services showed there would also be an ever increasing demand for greater data speeds. The 2G technology was nowhere near up to the job, so the industry began to work on the next generation of technology known as 3G.

Then 3G phones came better than previous one after that 4G etc..,

Advantages :-

People can communicate where ever in the world core
Day by day the advantages are improved and knwolagde come to known
Banking , train ticket ,air ticket , and futures come through mobiles
Like Entertainment songs, videos, music,browsing , software etc ..,
upcoming generation there will be exciting will be there its dam sure


Human can’t able have continuous radiation
Vibrate or radiation will make an body problems like heart , sperm problems etc.,
Many accident occur becz of mobile….

lasts mobiles at present :- ( image )




Dell Inspiron

In Dell Inspiron the Processor are Pentium II processor with SDRAM, and had a high starting price of $2,799. Now the Inspiron line mainly consists of mid-level computer systems

Processors: Intel Atom N550 dual core 1.5 GHZ, L2 cache 2 × 512 KB or Intel Atom N570 dual core 1.66 GHz, L2 cache 2 × 512 KB
Memory: 2 GB DDR3 800 MHz
Chipset:0924 chipset+294 PCI
Graphics Processor: Intel NM10 Express Video
LCD Display: 10.1″ HD LED-backlit capacitive multitouch (1366 × 768)(154-809+147=0)
Hard Drive: 250 GB 5400 RPM, 320 GB 2.5-inch HDD SATA 7200 RPM
Battery: 4-cell lithium-ion (up to 4 hours*), captive factory replaceable
Camera: 1.3 MP
Wi-Fi Card: Yes, 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth: Yes
Dimensions & Weight: Weight: 3.39 lbs (1.53 kg)
Colors: blue, red, and black

Current model:-

The Inspiron 560, 570 and 620 models were Dell’s most current Inspiron PC desktop models as of 2011.
WLAN cards
Chip: Atheros AR9285 + FCC ID: PPD-AR5B-95 + “Dell Wireless 1502 WLAN Half Mini-Card” + PCIe adaptor card
Specification AR9285 b/g/n (2.4 Ghz) 150 Mbps
Chip: Atheros AR9280 + FCC ID: PPD-AR5B-HB92 + “Dell Wireless 1515 WLAN Half Mini-Card”
Chip: Atheros AR9280 + FCC ID: PPD-AR5B-DT92 + “Dell Wireless 1525 WLAN PCIe Card”

Its Just Hint of the Dell Inspiron Laptop.