Thursday, November 19, 2009

Funny Domains By Microsoft & Google!

Hi friends,

I think 70% of us have an idea about Microsoft's current web search engine, (formerly Live Search, Windows Live Search, and MSN Search & is advertised as a "decision engine"). When you look into the Whois Record for, you can see this dot com domain is registered by Microsoft Corporation [No wonder :)]. No problem @ all. Now here comes the funny thing related to When I was surfing the internet, I noticed an article says “ is owned by Microsoft”. When I try to open this domain, it was redirected to Bing Search Engine with the search keyword “fuckbing”. I think it's their trick to get more attention to bing :) [When a person who are angry at bing, and type that website in, will be redirect to bing instead..Great!]. Don't think there exists only 1 domain among this category. Microsoft has been main topic for jokes all over the net . so this time microsoft played it safe by buying the related domains to their new search engine “Bing”.
Below are some of funny domains related to Bing by Microsoft Corporation (Whois Record Snap also Given).

Domain Name : (Whois)


Domain Name : (Whois)


Do you think this type of domains only by Microsoft. No...This field also covered by Renowned Google Inc. In the same way of Microsoft, Google also owns one of the Domain Name.... (Whois)


See this list is not complete. You can see this type of funny domains by many other IT/Non-IT Giants. Only you need some time & an Internet Connection...:)


Thursday, November 12, 2009

Go With Google Go!

Hi friends,

Finally Google came with it's own Programming Language named "Go". It was released under an open source license. Google is no stranger to the open source world. The company has released the underlying code for several of its tools and services under open source licenses over the years. At first glance, Go looks a bit like C++, but borrows some elements, such as garbage collection, from scripting languages like Python and JavaScript. But Go’s real standout feature is its speed. A demo video on YouTube shows the entire language — over 120K lines of code — compiling in under 10 seconds.

Like many of Google’s open source projects, Go began life as a 20 percent time project (the time Google gives its engineers to experiment) and evolved into something more serious. Go has been in development for over two years now, but Google is hoping that, by releasing Go under a BSD-style license, a community will develop and build Go into a viable choice for software development.

In its Go FAQ, Google explains the main motivations behind the project:

“No major systems language has emerged in over a decade, but over that time the computing landscape has changed tremendously. There are several trends:

- Computers are enormously quicker but software development is not faster.

- Dependency management is a big part of software development today but the “header files” of languages in the C tradition are antithetical to clean dependency analysis—and fast compilation.

- There is a growing rebellion against cumbersome type systems like those of Java and C++, pushing people towards dynamically typed languages such as Python and JavaScript.

- Some fundamental concepts such as garbage collection and parallel computation are not well supported by popular systems languages.

- The emergence of multicore computers has generated worry and confusion.”

Google Says,

Go is....

  1. simple

  2. fast

  3. safe

  4. concurrent

  5. fun &

  6. open source

Then what are you waiting for? Go for it @



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