History of the Internet:1969-2012

History of the Internet:1969-2012

Religious Thought 130

Of all duties, benevolence is unequaled in this world, And even in celestial realms. He who understands his duty to society truly lives. All others shall be counted among the dead.
- Tirukkural 22: 213-214

A mind unshaken when touched by the worldly states, sorrowless, stainless, and secure, this is the blessing supreme. Those who have fulfilled all these are everywhere invincible; they find well-being everywhere, theirs is the blessing supreme.
- (adapted from) Mangala Sutta

The Evolution Of The Internet

This informative and hilarious infographic shares how Internet usage and webpage designs have changed over the past fifteen years. See what late 90s web pages used to look like ... 
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evolution inernet02

10 Most Important Board Games In History

For thousands of years, board games have been a source of entertainment for people across the world. Evidence of board games pre-dates the development of writing—and in many cultures they have even come to have a religious significance. What is particularly striking about a number of these games is how their original ethics and morals have been stripped by big business realising they could make a quick buck off them. Here are ten of the most important board games from ancient and modern history:
Tafl was a very popular game among the Vikings. One player aims to get his king from the centre of the board to the edges, while the other does everything he can to capture him.  Tafl spread across Europe (just like Viking genes) and became the chess of its day; noblemen would boast of their skill on the board. 
Tafl was the inspiration for the game Thud, based on Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series. There is still the occasional World Championship—but the fact that these take place on an island with a population of eighty-six makes me doubt how much of a “world” championship it really is. A bit more pillaging may be in order.

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Rotterdam’s Chinese Light Festival

http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/wwtravel/960_540/images/live/p0/12/kz/p012kz2b.jpgBeijing’s Temple of Heaven


Most of the resorts are named like that call our mind as the atmosphere of 
happiness and tranquility. But the spa in the small village of Talma Elazar in northern Israel 
bears a proud name “Farm carnivorous plants.” Not everyone dare to 
Visit this unusual spa, lets take a look why?

Such a pleasant and “terrible” procedure offered to
 the northern Israeli tourists

Girls tags

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Animated Images 162

वकील की तरह

प्रोफेसर :- अगर तुम्हे किसी को संतरा देना हो तो क्या बोलोगे ??

छात्र :- ये संतरा लो ...

प्रोफेसर :- नहीं ... एक वकील की तरह बोलो ...

छात्र :- मैं एतद् द्वारा अपनी पूरी रुची और बिना किसी के दबाव में यह फल जो संतरा कहलाता है को उसके छिलके, रस, गुदे और बीज समेत देता हूँ और 
साथ ही इस बात का सम्पूर्ण अधिकार भी कि इसे लेने वाला इसे काटने, छिलने, फ्रिज में रखने या खाने के लिये पूरी तरह अधिकार रखेगा और साथ ही यह भी अधिकार रखेगा कि इसे वो दूसरे को छिलके, रस, गुदे और बीज के बिना या उसके साथ दे सकता है ... और इसके बाद मेरा किसी भी प्रकार से इस संतरे से कोई सम्बन्ध नहीं रह जायेगा ... ......

Largest Cave in the World Discovered in Vietnam

Largest Cave in the World Discovered in Vietnam

 The world’s largest cave passage was discovered deep within a remote Vietnamese jungle. The Son Doong cave measures 262 feet by 262 feet (80 meters by 80 meters) and at least 2.8 miles (4.5 kilometers) deep, making it the largest single cave passage ever discovered, according to National Geographic News, where the discovery was announced. The previous record holder, Deer Cave in Malaysia, is 300 feet by 300 feet (91 m by 91 m) in parts, but is only about a mile (1.6 km) long.

Son Doong01 The Largest Cave in the World Discovered in Vietnam

Paining Your Eyes Illusion Pics

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