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Thursday, 10 April 2014

XeeMez~Editor | Text Editor in Browser | Can be saved to Disk

If you are irritated and bored and again irritated by opening and saving and closing (Again and agian) text editors like notepad and wordpad for storing your online surfing temporary data. Like you don't want to save something but want to write it somewhere for your future surfing or just for reference. Or you want to save someone's number on the go but there's a stack of process involved in that.

 Well there's a good news for those who got irritated by this whole process of word-editing-for-surfing. Now we have HTML5 integrated browser editor that you can have to do all those work that you used to do with text editors.

Steps to use it:

  1. Copy the below code in your address bar and press Enter.
  2. Bookmark it.
  3. Use it as your editor by clicking on bookmark.
  4. If you want to save the text file then click on save and add ".txt" (Without quotes) after the name of the file and save it on your disk.
  5. If you want the file as primary level encrypted than don't add .txt and save the file with any name you want. Nobody will ever know that it is a text file except you. You can always open that file by windows property "Open With" form the right click context menu.


data:text/html,
<title>XeeMezEditor</title>
<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
function SaveTextArea() {
window.location = "data:application/octet-stream," + escape(txtBody.value);
}
</script>
<style>
html,body{
margin: 0; padding: 0;background: #000000;
}
::-webkit-input-placeholder {
color: %233a3;
}
:-moz-placeholder {
color: %233a3;
}
::-moz-placeholder {
color: %233a3;
}
:-ms-input-placeholder {
 color: %233a3;
}
</style>
<div style="text-align:center;">
<button onClick="SaveTextArea()">Save
</button>
</div>
<textarea style="font-size: 1.5em;
line-height: 1.5em; background: %23000;
color: %233a3; width: 100%;
height: 96%; border: none; outline: none;
margin: 0; padding: 90px;" id="txtBody"
autofocus placeholder="wake up Neo..."
spellcheck="false" />
You can always edit the attributes in above program to customize it with your needs. Thank you for your support and feedbacks. 

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX 2013: India ranks 94

The Corruption Perceptions Index 2013 serves as a reminder that the abuse of power, secret dealings and bribery continue to ravage societies around the world.


The Index scores 177 countries and territories on a scale from 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). No country has a perfect score, and two-thirds of countries score below 50. This indicates a serious, worldwide corruption problem. Hover on the map(Bottom of the article) above to see how your country fares.



"It is time to stop those who get away with acts of corruption. The legal loopholes and lack of political will in government facilitate both domestic and cross-border corruption, and call for our intensified efforts to combat the impunity of the corrupt.”
– Huguette Labelle, Chair, Transparency International


The world urgently needs a renewed effort to crack down on money laundering, clean up political finance, pursue the return of stolen assets and build more transparent public institutions.


India ranks 94 on the list, and that's not great.It's more than average.

Friday, 28 February 2014

GIF popping out of the screen

These are some of the GIF with some really cool 3-D effect that you will not be asking for even 3-D glasses to feel them. The concept is taken from point of reference theory. The white stripes are representation of the plane which your eyes will render ,It will be a bit of a trick as you can see that the white stripes certainly generates some depth in the image hence the 3-D effect is generated.You can also use similar concept for GIF 3d generation.

Although it is not perfect in every image but certainly it is a eye candy,so enjoy.





















Monday, 17 February 2014

What is the biggest life lesson a game has taught you?


Tekken:
  • It isn't enough to just be good at what you do, you need to know how your opponent moves to stay ahead in the game

Mass Effect:
  • Your Choices in life and what you make of the current situation are what matter the most.

Need for Speed:
  • Form is temporary but class is permanent. Enough practice will see you through most problems.

Mario:
  • It ain't over even if its game over. The princess still awaits you.
  • Sometimes you can jump/reach farther but it just doesn't make any sense.
  • The bigger you are the easier it is for enemies to hit you.


Road Rash
  • Kicking someone alters your course too.
Contra :
  • A friend makes tackling any challenge easier.
  • A good friend gives his life(s) for you.

PinBall:
  • The harder you hit the harder it comes back.
  • Things are just out of control sometimes.
  • Starting with a bang is not always the best thing.

MineSweeper:
  • Luck can only take you so far.
  • You can know a lot if you think it through.
  • Taking a risk when the odds are stacked up against you can be fatal.

Tetris:
  • Sometimes life throws you a Z when you are looking for a L. It does give you a warning though.
  • A small mistake can turn out very expensive.
And the most useful lesson from Tetris: "Success disappears, failures accumulates."
If you have also learnt some useful (or for that matter, any lesson), Do tell us through comments. The best one would be included in main article. ☺☻♥

-XeeMez

Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Why "period" is a last word ?


The question clearly spells out the fact that you wonder why they are ending the sentence with an entire word as opposed to the dot ( . ), but people don't even pay attention to short sentences - period. Oops. I did it too. Dang my hide.

When someone speaks the word "period" at the end of a spoken sentence it's same as saying, "end of discussion" to someone who is a subordinate. I think that this is common among all English-speaking people, not just Americans.

They do it for emphasis. It's not proper grammer or use of the language, but compared to about a billion other sloppy writing habits, it's small potatoes. U C wot I mean? Another example would be the excessive usage of exclamation marks. Have they lost their power that someone would need 5 or 10 nowadays!!!!!!? People are people. I'm sure the other languages in other cultures see their share of bastardization of their language. America is on the ragged edge because American media is so prevalent in the world and English is the language of mutual communication that so many other countries gravitate to and require in school.

To further explain it , the reality is, half of the population of the world is on the left side of the intelligence bell curve. 1 out of 4 is in the lowest 25 percentile of brain power. Remember this statistic and it will explain so many things that make you shake your head throughout the day.



Someone will probably even turn this answer in because I used the word "bastardization", even though in this proper usage and context, there is absolutely nothing associated with parenting or vulgarity.

It Maybe used sometimes to end an argument with strongest argument.

 
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