Please manage some your time to read the below article. A very little contribution from you can save the little girl in the picture.
Tahsin Zahra (8 years old), the daughter of Imtiaz Anwar Sajal (Nokia Siemens Networks, Islamic University of Technology 2001, Notre Dame College, Dhaka 1996, Jessore Zilla School, Khulna zilla school 1994) is suffering from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia from last 8 months. Tahsin is currently admitted to TATA memorial hospital, Mumbai, India. She is going through chemo-therapy process now, very tough for an 8 years old little girl, which costing around BDT 20 lakhs in a week or so. She requires Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) immediately. Total of around BDT 3 crore will be needed for this including complex post transplant treatment. Please contribute generously to save this young life.
We, had the Precise Pangolin party today at Shroma Palace, Dhanmondi, Dhaka. It was the official Ubuntu 12.04 release party of Ubuntu Bangladesh LoCo team. You must be surprised – why on earth the release party was delayed two weeks! Well … we have some political unrest situations here in Bangladesh, which forced us to arrange the party after two weeks of the actual release date.
We’re almost 10 people there. Well… theoretically there should be more than 50 people, at least our facebook event announcement page showed that kind of figure. But unfortunately there are less than that. In the evening we have some light storm (locally known as the Kalboishakhi) out there, may be that is the reason behind that low scoring crowd.
I am a Lucid Lynx user for exactly the last two years. I am a big fan of LTS releases and that’s why I only use LTS releases. I was waiting for the next LTS release, I did not even remove Lucid for Maverick, Natty and Oneiric. And after two long years, here I am with my new LTS release – Precise Pangolin. This release comes with the new Unity interface of canonical. Probably Unity is the most controversial thing which the Ubuntu community (as well as other Linux communities) got since the birth of Ubuntu. Lots of people hate it as well as lots of them love it. Theres wasn’t a single when people wouldn’t say – “Okay … that’s it, I am moving to Mint (or Arch or SUSE or any other distro)”. I myself thought Unity was not matured enough then, it was like a little baby which needed time to make its first step. After three releases, here we are having a Unity desktop with Precise. What do I think about it? Well … lets’ take a walk then.
Idiots in the office are just as hazardous to your health as cigarettes, caffeine or greasy food, an eye-opening new study reveals. In fact, those dopes can kill you!
Stress is one of the top causes of heart attacks — and working with stupid people on a daily basis is one of the deadliest forms of stress, according to researchers at Sweden’s Lindbergh University Medical Center.
The author of the study, Dr. Dagmar Andersson, says her team studied 500 heart attack patients, and were puzzled to find 62 percent had relatively few of the physical risk factors commonly blamed for heart attacks.
For the last few days, bunch of lines kept appearing every now and then in my social network. Usually these kind of flashy lines always annoy me. But surprisingly these lines are not annoying at all, rather they were the reminiscences of my past. I couldn’t resist to share those lines here.
I was BORN in the 80′s.
We are the last generation who learned to play in the street.
We are the first who’ve played video games, and were the last to record songs off the radio on cassettes and we are the pioneers of Walkmans.
We Learned how to program the VCR before anyone else, played with the Atari and Nintendo.
We are the generation of the Thunder Cats, Gobots, Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, Transformers, Silver Hawks, Airwolf, Knight Rider.
We raveled in the cars without seat belts or air-bags.
We lived without cell phones.
We did not have 99 television stations, flat screens, surround sound, mp3s, iPods, Facebook, Twitter, computers and the internet …but nevertheless we had a GREAT Time.