Friday, September 04, 2009
Now a DNA Bank for you!
If Swiss Bank was not enough to store all the "Black" and "White" money of the world, check this crazy stuff named Swiss DNA Bank, what they offer is Internet based service that provides a unique combination of forever personal digital data and DNA storage. In your own secure web page you may store all of your memories, your ﬁles, your pictures and videos. A banking level security system guarantees total privacy. Along with your memories they will store safely your DNA in their secure Swiss nuclear shelters. Small revenue generated by your payment fee will provide forever for the storage.
Read the philosophy behind this concept to mint money:
"Every person is composed of two parts: the body and the life experiences, his memories, his heart. At the end of our life, unfortunately, this is all lost. Why not store it in a safe place? Do so not only for yourself, but also for our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and to make them remember you, know you and take advantage of your lifetime experiences. Saving your DNA sample can also be useful to prevent and cure genetic diseases."
Do you know what this means?, if they get customer's like Osama, Laloo Yadav and so on........
Read the reason why Switzerland is a safe heaven for your DNA and the bankers who stash big bucks in this country
"For centuries Switzerland has been one of the most stable countries, both financially and politically. Its neutral position and strategic location in central Western Europe has made it an obvious choice for UN headquarters and many other international organizations. Switzerland is home to our headquarters and we proudly guarantee forever lasting stability, privacy and safety."
What does the above thing indicate, in an event of a catastrophe, UN would unlock all the money vaults and keep the money ;-), and now we know where to head during an Apocalypse :-)
You can store your family photos, a diary page to remember a special occasion, a copy of your driver’s license, or just another day of your life, through a life browser to organize chronologically your information, A saliva sampling kit will be mailed to you as soon they receive your subscription request. You will receive a package containing the kit and the Swiss DNA Card. after you send saliva sample in the test tube they we will safely store it in a nuclear shelter.
Okay, so if you really think your are one of those rare kinds amongst the other homo sapient's, and you would like to freeze a part of your body code and secure it some place, you should really try this service.
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Thursday, September 03, 2009
Nokia's New Handset's and 3G Booklet
Nokia has come up with 3 new handsets and it's much touted 3G Booklet at the Nokia World 2009.
The first of the 3 handsets released in Nokia X6, which is a music phone with 3.2 inch touch screen, contacts bar and home screen which has become a default offering in all new touch screen phones released post Nokia 5800, the screen layout seems spacious and good for movie viewing and photo browsing, the X6 phone looks slimmer too, this phone has 32 GB of Internal memory, also comes with Music, the download service offered from Nokia for songs, on the imaging front Nokia X6 equips 5-megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss optics with dual LED flash, also offering video editing, check out more about this handset here
Nokia N900 is a Tablet device for the first time adpopting Linux OS, Maemo 5, it has a 3.5 inch touch screen, it has ARM Cortex-A8 processor, with up to 1GB of application memory and OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics acceleration, a good potential to deliver slick graphics, also offering good support to multi-tasking with apps on the phone since the Maemo OS was first developed for computers, the storage grows more big here, with already 32 GB memory offered with the handset, you can expand it up to 48 GB, with a microSD card, here's an extract of the internet capabilities listed on Nokia World 2009 site for Nokia N900 "The N900 is geared up to let you browse the web as you would on a PC, with a browser based on Mozilla technology, meaning websites look exactly as they would appear on your desktop. Watching online video and enjoying online apps is also made possible thanks to full Adobe Flash 9.4 support. Couple this with speedy internet access, realized via HSPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, and the N900 promises to deliver the best pocket-friendly online experience to date."
Read more about this device here
Nokia X3 is a slider phone with Nokia S40 OS, a toned down version of X6, it has a 3.2 Megapixel Camera no mention of Carl Zeiss optics and flash, 2.2 Inch screen, 16GB storage offered via MicroSD card, it also has a mention of Windows Media Player 11 on the phone, expected to go on sale in the fourth quarter of 200, read more about this phone here
And now the Nokia 3G Booklet, which packs a lot of potential to make some serious inroads in the swelling netbook market, the claim made on battery performance of 16 cell, 56.8 Wh, Li-Ion prismatic is up to 12 Hrs, however Nokia has being humble enough to mention that on a daily regular usage it may not last up to 12 Hrs always, it comes with all 3 versions of Windows 7 and Intel Atom Z530, 1.6 GHz processor, also with an HDMI port, also housing a Accelerometer, Assisted-GPS, with an estimated 575 Euros, which rougly comes to 40,000 INR and this pricing is very high in terms of a 3G Netbook, whereas you could probably get a high powered netbook by the time this Netbook from Nokia arrives in India, read more about Nokia 3G Booklet here
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