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Funny Facebook newsfeed history of the world

Posted by TechGeek on May 31, 2012

Everyone has a history and so did Facebook? Imagine if Facebook had existed during the Big Bang, Ancient Rome, World War II and the rest of Earth’s major historical events. I came across interesting humor site with a page which describes Facebook history starting from the creation of life and looks to be amazingly concise and accurate, too. It was well written and hats off to imagination and creator of the author who documented this. Some parts of the history made me laugh.

Some funny status when earth created: earth 300x198 Funny Facebook newsfeed history of the world

The history covers all the era described as below:

  • Big Bang
  • Formation of Life
  • Early Civilization
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Alexander the Great
  • The Roman Empire
  • The Middle Ages
  • The Crusades
  • Hundred Years’ War
  • The New World
  • Protestant Reformation
  • Elizabethan Era
  • 30 Years’ War
  • English Civil War
  • American Revolution
  • French Revolution
  • Antebellum
  • Opium Wars
  • American Civil War
  • WWI
  • Great Depression
  • WWII
  • 1950s
  • 1960s
  • 1970s
  • 1980s
  • 1990s
  • 2000s

Stock market on Facebook@2008:dow 300x234 Funny Facebook newsfeed history of the world

The complete history can be read at Do read it and enjoy the humor.

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Do you know VLC media player secret fun?

Posted by TechGeek on November 7, 2011

VLC is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files as well as DVD, Audio CD, VCD, and various streaming protocols. It plays most codec’s with no codec packs needed like MPEG-2, H.264, DivX, MPEG-4, WebM, WMV player. It is completely free software and works on most platforms like Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, or Unix etc.

Many software has some fun secrets which are created by developers. We came across one such fun secret with VLC media player. To see the fun,

1)      Open your VLC media player

2)      Press CTRL + N from the keyboard. A new popup box will appear asking for network URL to play.

3)      Now, type “screen://” (without quotes) in the network address bar.

4)      Click on PLAY button.

5)      Now, wait and watch. Have fun.

If you know any other fun secrets please share with us.

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Upload photos to Picasa Web Albums using secret email

Posted by TechGeek on August 18, 2011

People use the Picasa software to upload photos to Picasa Web Albums. Sometimes it is cumbersome to upload photos using software or when you use mobile devices. Imagine that someone has sent you a beautiful photo in an email and you want to upload it to your album. In order to do this, you will need to download that photo on your computer and then upload it through software which takes time and extra efforts. To overcome this, use email upload provide by Picasa to upload photos to Picasa Web Albums by sending them to a secret email address.

There are several ways to upload photos to Picasa Web Albums, but email upload is very quick method to upload your photos instantly. This is extremely helpful when you want to upload photos from your mobile. Just attach a photo to an email and send it to the secret email address. To use this feature, you will need to enable this from the Photo Settings of you Picasa Web Albums. To do this,

  1. Sign in to your account at
  2. Click the gear icon in the top-right corner and choose Photos settings.
  3. On the General tab, in the “Upload photos by email” section, select the “Allow me to upload photos by email.” checkbox.
  4. Enter a secret word, 6-15 characters long. As you enter this word, a unique email address will appear.
  5. Click the Save changes button.
  6. To upload your photos, just attach them to an email message and send it to your new unique email address.

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Facebook displays [object Object] for a friend request

Posted by TechGeek on July 25, 2011

Facebook is very popular social networking sites with millions of users. Facebook allows you to connect any of your known friends and family on the network where you can share anything from messages to video with them. Facebook is very keen to block unknown requests if you really don’t know that person. Today, I just come across small bug related to programming on their network. Here is what the bug looks,

request1 Facebook displays [object Object] for a friend request

Look at the image above, Facebook displays a message box for your friend request. Look at the start of the message before the line “Are you sure you know this person?” It looks like Facebook fails to display proper string and display the string as [object Object].

This may be a small bug but it looks weird when you have it on a popular website. Do you agree?


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Welcome to the Information Site

Posted by TechGeek on June 20, 2011

This site is born on 23 June 2011 with the intention of helping people who mostly rely on Internet search. This site will mostly place valuable information found during day today life about technology.

This site will post solution to different problems through a small blog. This site basically tries to explain certain information which may be helpful for someone on the Internet. The site is started with the great vision of posting lot of information about Technology, Life, Internet, News, How-to, General questions, Etc.

Hope someone will find something here which will create a smile on his/her face. Though it is new baby, we will try to become one of the good source for large information.

Your’s !!!


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