How to Get a Discount on Verizon / AT&T iPhone Plan Using a Facebook Email Address

Good news for iPhone users. Now you can get 13% discount for iPhone plan at Verizon and 12% discount for iPhone plan at AT&T by using your Facebook email address. A new trick is available which will help you to get discount on your iPhone plan using Facebook email address. The most important thing is that this trick will work for both Verizon and AT&T iPhone. For your kind information a new messages service has been released by Facebook which will provide every users an e-mail address ending in @facebook.com. This will be used as corporate e-mail domain of Facebook.

After you have got your @facebook.com email address simply go to this address and then use @facebook.com email address to get 12% service discount with AT&T including 2GB data plan and all of the voice plans. You can also use this @facebook.com email address in order to get 13% discount at Verizon on service and unlimited data.

You should note that there is no discount on 150MB data plan or on the messaging for Verizon iPhone. Well, If you are on Facebook then you will be able to get this discount on your iPhone Plan by using Facebook email address.

Scam

Dear Sir/Madam,

It gives me a great pleasure to invite you to the forth coming international seminar which the International Institute for Global Care (IIGC) is exited to be hosting in February 28th to March 5th 2011 at Webster hall New York City USA, and from March 7th to 11th at Dakar City Hall. Dakar – Senegal.

The theme of the forth coming seminar are; Racism and Human Right. Delegates who are interested to make a paper presentation are advice to make a summary presentation on the above subject.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, I request you to kindly extend your cooperation by giving wide publicity to the aforesaid workshop by
sharing this invitation among your staff, members or relatives for their
active participation in the workshop.

Note: the I.I.G.C. will be providing all delegates with to and fro Air ticket and also visa’s guidance for the seminar purpose. Looking forward for your cooperation and support for the success of the workshop.

Registration is open now! Contact the organizing secretary Mrs. Christina G. Humphrey for more information.

Email: event_secretary_iigc@globomail.com

See you in the Seminar.

Regards

Miss Brenda Charles

brenda_charles@globomail.com

Megabytes, Gigabytes, Terabytes… What Are They?

These terms are usually used in the world of computing to describe disk space, or data storage space, and system memory.

  • 1 Bit = Binary Digit
  • 4 Bits =1 Nibble
  • 8 Bits = 1 Byte
  • 1024 Bytes = 1 Kilobyte
  • 1024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte
  • 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte
  • 1024 Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte
  • 1024 Terabytes = 1 Petabyte
  • 1024 Petabytes = 1 Exabyte
  • 1024 Exabytes = 1 Zettabyte
  • 1024 Zettabytes = 1 Yottabyte
  • 1024 Yottabytes = 1 Brontobyte
  • 1024 Brontobytes = 1 Geopbyte
  • 1024 Geopbytes = 1 Saganbyte
  • 1024 Geopbytes = 1 Epic Byte

 

Now let’s go into a little more detail Using definition:.

Megabytes, Gigabytes, Terabytes… What Are They?
Bit: A Bit is the smallest unit of data that a computer uses. It can be used to represent two states of information, such as Yes or No. The computer sees this value as either 1 (Yes, or On) or 0 (No or Off). Notation is always a lower case b.
Byte: A Byte is equal to 8 bits, or 28. A Byte represent 256 states of information (2 x 2 = 4 x 2 = 8 x 2 = 16 x 2 = 32 x 2 = 64 x 22 = 256), or another way to look at this is 256 different combinations of bits in a Byte. Each one of these combinations could be equal to a different number, letter or symbol. Notation is always an upper case B. = 128 x
Kilobyte: A Kilobyte is 1,024 Bytes. 1 Kilobyte would be about equal to several of these paragraphs you are reading, whereas 10 Kilobytes would be about equal an entire page. Notation is always an upper case KB.
Megabyte: A Megabyte is 1,024 KB. In the early days of computing, a Megabyte (MB) was considered to be a large amount of data. These days with a 500 Gigabyte hard drive on a computer being common, a Megabyte doesn’t seem like much anymore. One of those old 3-1/2 inch floppy disks can hold 1.44 Megabytes or the equivalent of a small book. 100 MB might hold a couple volumes of Encyclopedias. 800 MB is about the amount of data that will fit on a CD-ROM disk. Notation is always an upper case MB.
Gigabyte: A Gigabyte is 1,024 MB. With its notation always an upper case GB, a GB is a very common term used these days when referring to disk space or drive storage. 1 GB of data is about 125% the amount of data that a CD-ROM can hold. But it’s about one thousand times the capacity of a 3-1/2 floppy disk. 1 GB could hold the contents of about 10 yards of books on a shelf. 100 GB could hold the entire library floor of academic journals.
Terabyte: A Terabyte (TB) is approximately one trillion bytes, or 1,024 GB. Now we are getting up there to a size that is so large that it is not a common term yet. To put it in some perspective, 1 TB could hold about 3.6 million 300 KB images or maybe about 300 hours of good quality video. A single TB could hold 1,000 copies of the Encyclopedia Britannica. 10 TB could hold the printed collection of the Library of Congress. That’s a lot of data.
Petabyte: A Petabyte (PB) is 1,024 TB or 1024 x 1024 GB or 1,048,576 GB. It’s hard to visualize what a PB could hold. 1 PB could hold approximately 20 million 4-drawer filing cabinets full of text. It could hold 500 billion pages of standard printed text. It would take over 500 million floppy disks to store the same amount of data.
Exabyte: An Exabyte (EB) is 1,024 PB. See the pattern yet? Another way to look at it is that 1PB is equal to 1,073,741,824 GB. There is not much to compare an EB to. It has been said that 5 EB would be equal to all of the words ever spoken by mankind.
Zettabyte: A Zettabyte (ZB) is 1,024 EB. There is nothing to compare a ZB to, except to say that it would take a whole lot of ones and zeroes to fill it up.
Yottabyte: A Yottabyte (YB) is 1,024 ZB. It would take approximately 11 trillion years to download a YB file from the Internet using high-power broadband. You can compare it to the World Wide Web as the entire Internet almost takes up a YB.
Brontobyte: A Brontobyte (BB) is 1,024 YB. The only thing there is to say about a Brontobyte is that it is a 1 followed by 27 zeroes (and change)!
Geopbyte: A Geopbyte is 1024 BB! Not sure why this term was created. I’m doubting that anyone alive today will ever see a Geopbyte hard drive. One way of looking at a geopbyte is 1,267 650,600 228,229 401,496 703,205,376 bytes!
Saganbyte: A Saganbyte is 1,024 Geopbytes. That’s at least another 3 zero’s on the tail end of a Geopbyte.

~ ISHIT BHATT

Office 2011 for Mac Trial Version [Download]

Microsoft has announced the release of 30 days trial version of Office 2011 for Mac. You can download this trial version of Office 2011 for free of cost. Trial version of Office 2011 for Mac includes entire Office suite. Simply you have to enter a product key into the app at any point that allows you to download Office 2011, after that it lets you purchase a full license through Amazon at a discount.

In order to download the trial version of Office 2011 simply you have fill out a small registration form from Microsoft . Click here to fill out the small registration form and download the trial version of Office 2011 for Mac. If you want to download the full version of Office 2011 for Mac then first you have to download the trial version of Office 2011 for Mac. After the trial has expired then you can buy a full registration key online and then enter this key into the trial version to unlock the full version of Office 2011 for Mac.

~ I$HIT BHATT

Apple iPad Prices Officially Announced for India

Good news for the people those are staying in India and waiting for Apple iPad. Now you can use Apple iPad in India. Finally Apple has announced the release of iPad in India. Both the versions of iPad such as iPad Wi-Fi and iPad Wi-Fi + 3G has been released in India. The 16 GB model of iPad Wi-Fi is available at a price of Rs. 27,900, 32 GB model of iPad Wi-Fi is available at a price of Rs. 32,900, and 64 GB model of iPad Wi-Fi is available at a price of Rs. 37,900.

The 16 GB model of iPad Wi-Fi + 3G is available at a price of Rs. 34,900, 32 GB model of iPad Wi-Fi + 3G is available at a price of Rs. 39,900, and 64 GB model of iPad Wi-Fi + 3G is available at a price of Rs. 44,900. Well, Really it’s a good news for the people those are staying in India.

~ I$HIT BHATT

1st BykeStunt of my LIFE (2) [Video]

Only for 18+.
On 3rd October on S.G. Highway , stunt performed by I$HIT BHATT on Apache 160 rtr.

Do not try this at home. This stunt is performed by expert(s).

~ I$HIT BHATT

1st Byke Stunt of my LIFE (1) [Video]

Only for 18+.
On 3rd October on S.G. Highway , stunt performed by I$HIT BHATT on Apache 160 rtr.

Do not try this at home. This stunt is performed by expert(s).

~ I$HIT BHATT