Monday, December 04, 2006
The other day i was chatting with ma friend....he kept on bugging me with just one question.."anky...how can we get free music on net"...i tried explaining him about forums ...but then he said "oo..the forums require the signups....thats so irritatiing...cant we use Google instead?" The very word strucks chords in ma head....n BINGO!!!this is what i landed up with.....
1) Go to Google.com :|
2) Now enter the following query into the Search box.
?intitle:index.of? mp3 [artist] [title]
Replace [artist] with the artist/singer/band you’re looking for and [title] with the song title. Just one of them also fine. For example:
?intitle:index.of? mp3 coldplay
?intitle:index.of? mp3 “simple plan”
?intitle:index.of? mp3 “simple plan” untitled
?intitle:index.of? mp3 “welcome to my life”
3) Sample search below:
4) If you click on the on the link above...you will get this....(This is just a sample....depends on the file ur searching)
Now you only need to save the file using the usual Right Click - Save As method .
Hope all you people like this trick.....Have fun....and may you fill your HDD with all the music you want...
Saturday, December 02, 2006
Here’s one of my wonderful time-wasters that I pass on to people when I lack the time to write anything really substantial. So yes, this is a cop-out.
Anyway, NetDisaster is a cool site. Basically, you go there and enter in any website URL you like, choose your particular disaster, then let it run. You can choose everything from worms to acid pee,from dinosaurs to puke. Enjoy.
Here’s mine, tomatoes and a boy peeing.
Friday, December 01, 2006
You, me and I bet every webbie once in while needs to send over a file that’s bigger then max. allowed email attachment (e.g. video clip, movie, software program, etc). So 2 days ago I decided to make a list of somewhat better websites and tools for sending big files. After some extensive searching I got more then 100 sites, obviously this was too much so I filtered them further by canceling out ones which aren’t free, simple to use and with max.file size mark below 500 mb. And below is what I got afterwards;
|max. size||days before file deleted||Sign-up Required|
|Gigasize||1.5 gb||90 days||Yes|
|TransferBigFiles||1 gb||5 days||No|
|MegaShares||1.5 gb||7 days||No|
|BigUpload.||500 mb||30 days after last download||No|
|Zupload||500 mb||30 days after last download||No|
|500 mb |
|14 days |
If you send/receive big files frequently and do so among friends then instead of using above ones I recommend to install one of the following programs, either of which is free and user friendly in its own way.AllPeers
AllPeers is a firefox plugin that lets you easily send/receive files among friends. After installing it you get small allpeers icon on your browser, which opens so called navigator menu displaying list of contacts on the side of your browser window. To send file all you need to do is drag and drop it over the contact name. And because in this case file transfer takes place directly between your pc and recipient, there is no limitations on file size.
Pando(Mac/Windows) is a small desktop program with the same drag and drop file sending function. Easy to use, processor friendly and has really cool design(image below). Installation file includes plugin for microsoft outlook. And if needed plugins for yahoo messenger and skype can be downloaded separately.
Just hover your mouse over the area and see how the ink blots just like in the rice papers.....kip on clicking the mouse for experimenting with new colours.....and whu knows....u could just create another MODERN ART.....after all modern art is sumthing thats just beyond my understanding.....a boring painting with no heads n tails....being adjudged the best of all the arts...God...knows..what the admirers find in it.....
Anyways you guys keep on tryin to make ur modern art..while i'' do ma work of testing another sites..n bringing onto them for u...
Monday, November 27, 2006
Google + Firefox = Free Music Downloads
There’s a lot you can do with Google if you can take advantage of it’s advanced search features. Expanding on this tip which shows you how to find music in open directories, here’s a step-by-step walkthrough on how to use Firefox Smart Keyword searches to speed up the process.
All you need to do is:
- Create a bookmark in Firefox
- Use the URLs in this text file as the bookmark location in your Firefox bookmarks (like in the pic above)
- Assign a keyword to it - eg. music
- Type the keyword (eg. music) followed by the search term (eg. beatles) directly into the address bar (NOT the search box). For example… type in music beatles , and Google will search open directories for Beatles music files that you can download
You can modify the code in the text file to change file extensions, which opens a whole window for you. For example, you can even change it to PDF and DOC to look to e-books, or AVI and MPG to look for movies.
By the way, I’m assuming you already own the media you will be downloading :)
I hope u liked that.....