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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Plan a Perfect World Cup Experience - Top 12 Rules (For The Wife/The Girlfriend)

A very interesting article by Cornelius Lanah(Journalist), a good friend and bro. Enjoy! Here it goes-
"Dear wife/girlfriend, 

Rule #1 
Between 11 June and 11 July 2010, you should read the sports section of the newspaper so that you are aware of what is going on regarding the World of Soccer, and that way you will be able to join in the conversations. If you fail to do this, then you will be looked at in a bad way, or you will be totally ignored. DO NOT complain about not receiving any attention. 

Rule #2 
During the World Cup, the television is mine, at all times, without any exceptions. If you even take a glimpse of the remote control, you will lose it (your eye). 

Rule #3 
If you have to pass by in front of the TV during a game, I don’t mind, as long as you do it crawling on the floor and without distracting me. 

Rule #4 
During the games I will be blind, deaf and mute, unless I require a refill of my drink or something to eat. You are out of your mind if you expect me to listen to you, open the door, answer the telephone, or pick up the baby that just fell on the floor….It won’t happen. 

Rule #5 
It would be a good idea for you to keep at least 2 six packs in the fridge at all times, as well as plenty of things to nibble on (excluding your body parts), and please do not make any funny faces to my friends when they come over to watch the games. In return, you will be allowed to use the TV between 12am and 6amm, unless they replay a good game that I missed during the day. 

Rule #6 
Please, please, please!! If you see me upset because one of my teams is losing, DO NOT say “get over it, it’s only a game”, or “don’t worry, they’ll win next time”. If you say these things, you will only make me angrier and I will love you less. Remember, you will never ever know more about football than mime and your so called “words of encouragement” will only lead to a break up or divorce. 

Rule #7 
You are welcome to sit with me to watch one game and you can talk to me during half time but only when the commercials are on, and only if the half time scores is pleasing me. In addition, please note I am saying “one” game; hence do not use the World Cup as a nice cheesy excuse too “spend time together”. 

Rule #8 
The replays of the goals are very important. I don’t care if I have seen them or I haven’t seen them, I want to see them again… many times. 

Rule #9 
Tell your friends NOT to have any babies, or any other child related parties or gatherings that requires my attendance because: 
1. I will not go, 
2. I will not go, and 
3. I will not go. 

Rule #10 
But, if a friend of mine invites us to his house on a Sunday to watch a game, we will be there in a flash. 

Rule #11 
The daily World Cup highlights show on TV every night is just as important as the games themselves. Do not even think about saying “but you have already seen this…why don’t you change the channel to something we can all watch?” because, the reply will be, “Refer to Rule #2 of this list” 

Rule #12 
And finally, please save your expressions such as “Thank God the World Cup is only every 4 years”. I am immune to these words, because before and after this comes the Champions League, Premier League, Italian League, Spanish League, KPL, FAA Cup, Euro Cup, etc. 
P/S: By the way if you get stuck on the road call the Police or AAA. 

Thank you for your cooperation. 
Cornelius Lanah"

Written by Cornelius Lanah (June 2, 2010 at 12:38am)


This is another piece written by Rangam Thoitak Chiru back in 2009. Hope you enjoy reading it.

Here it reads:
Cars.....the animated Hollywood Pixar studios movie was, as Paul Newman put it, simply irresistible. They made a stunning well-researched documentary of a real life route 66 in the US that has inspired a thousand “highway” songs.I got nothing with 66 but was born in the hills where the nearest highway 53 is reached after a gruelling 3 hour drive, over the stony macadam hill-way, crossway brooks, and blackish muddy trails during the rains that tell stories of how tyres struggled a while ago.
This write is about the “world war inspired” - JEEP. This powerful petrol guzzler with a power packed engine will remain an iconic figure to rally the non-motorable rural hills till 21st century.
Sold by the army in mass auctions after the Second World War, most were second hand jeeps and small bodied British “willys” that were later customized into the larger body shapes of SUV use. Those chrome finished bodies with low bonnets, radial tyres and dropped windshields are nowhere near to the jeep I decided to write a little about in deep awe of its contribution to my upbringing.
Women, men and children alike lift spine-breaking loads of hill products and walked 40-50 miles to sell at the nearest town, and it sadly remains a familiar sight for survival.
The jeep was the trader’s dream-come-true. With it’s rear-end stripped and enforced with bamboo, wood and other environmental support, it could pack thousands of oranges or bananas to become the “hill-men’s camel with a fuel hump.”
The first jeep of the village, like great social reformers of the century, should be Madame Tussauded in stone, at least. It ferried expecting women, the sick and elderly to town and respectfully carried coffins on its way back.
To put it in medical terms, an ambulance, in philanthropic sense, a life giver and spiritually for the dead, one ultimate ride.

The jeep gave highway 53 its tributary road. It inspired and challenged buses, trucks, modern day SUV’s and motorbikes to drive the road less travelled.
The petrol hump needed to change into a cheaper fodder horse. Discoveries and inventions all had their share of mistakes. LPG cylinder driven jeeps became an instant hit, but like Chinese products, left a foul impact on the environment. Its stench taught villagers about the mechanism of feeding the right fodder to their cattle or say, eating the right kind of food, to simplify things.

The diesel versions, mostly sold in Burma and Thailand, with 2000-3000 cc Isuzu engines and 5-6 gearshifts became the answer. Though much costlier than the petrol engine, its Moto-rally engine gave the old horse its horsepower.

Like loyal horse breeders, most old workshops with credibility are still jeep lovers.
Back then, they had developed wooden steering adjustments, plywood seats, tinned-fish can shims and as patched-up stitches on their pants had retreaded tyres till it was absolutely required to buy a new pair. And if an old customer comes with a well maintained jeep, they have to change their customer service tone. It’s as good as saying, that customer is a well to-do conservative, have-seen-it-all, don’t mess with me hillbilly. 
Some chrome flashy jeeps in towns put miniature shovels, spades, fuel can, et cetera as add ons. For the hardworking hill traders, it’s absolutely vain make up on their wives.
Education, economy, communication, health, and even religion have felt its impact. Now, God’s missionaries need to travel with Jesus.
The list could go on. But the lesser said about living legends, and emulating their influence would serve its purpose.
To conclude in spirit, let me just remind you of how customs interfere with development, the world over. One of my community’s customary duties is to render selfless services when the in-laws require. Like for instances of marriage in my mother’s paternal household. Before, it used to be services rendered within the intra-village bride and groom.
When the jeep came, inter-village alliances tripled, and so the groom’s men had to literally travel hours and hours to get the bride “on the horse”.
My respect to those who endlessly wake my hill-country.

(Written by Rangam Thoitak Chiru  on August 4, 2009 at 6:01pm) 

THOSE WIRE THE DAYS – Naga websites on a ceasefire of the technical kind.

Archived article written by a close friend "Rangam Thoitak Chiru". Hope you enjoy reading it!
Here it reads:-
Diverse grade of students, part to full time employees, a job seeker, home-sitter, some very concerned elders, all must be left out in the cold without the warm atmosphere of two- above average functioning home based websites viz. www. & www., amongst less publicized others.

Hacking or simple malfunctioning, it is best left to their technical word.
{At least to my reasoning, political pressures, to the extent of banning them is futile gossip and do hope that halt of services are a transient necessity of upgrading/addressing flaws}

Well, the idea beyond technicalities is the institution of remaining wired to internet’s makeshift global home-space, from the villages, districts to capital towns without having to worry about bandhs, curfews or parasitic highway loot-men and comfortably find fellow people with similar interests, ambitions to frustrations and limitations.
Needless to reiterate, our community living is intrinsic. So is our internet community evolution. Whether a lucrative venture or not for their founders/owners, it definitely was an ideal mirror of the society at large given the vernaculars and other home press dominated by stiff-necked politics and nothing else. Not their fault altogether, when they can’t have e-times, gossip, college buzz etc, per se.

Despite myriad opportunities accessible outside of these community websites, it’d be as easy as taking a like-o-meter survey of the taste of those freely available greener than dhania mirchis with our seasonally authoritative king Naga red chillies .99% Indian population cannot digest it.99% of us still prefer a fresh-bite to pickled or even the dried ones.

Moot points about excessive surfing, time wastage on chatrooms, insufficient information, prioritising of Indo-Naga issue, maximum participation in seemingly lame word games, jokes etc are as obvious as it may come because it is a community website and not an educational website in particular.
On top of it, moderators and administrators of the varied fora are not professionally rendered equipment to handle day to day demands of updating even on their own respective sections.

Common issues, anyways. The real issue is about those left in the cold- its members. The newbie’s to experts create their own quota of meaningful to simple fun, hard-talk and of course get updated on how the society has grown immensely well in the virtual world when things are as much as they were back in the real scene.
Different ventures keep coming up alongside in print and visual as well. Some, a nip in the bud and some are definitely making it. That’s why they are ventures, not adventures.

Yet, something like an abrupt halt of websites that are capable of bringing together hundreds to thousands in the least possible time has to be seen as losing a sizeable chunk of the daily dose of indispensable social interaction for its members. And as much as we deem the speed with which it picked up, it’s all the more essential to give them the larger time and perseverance to be at par with the rest as well.

Personally speaking, I got a lot from all home based sites. Entire perspectives about my own society were challenged by a new insight.

I wish they get wired soon again. All the very best, Kuknalim to Nagalim et al, all in all.

Written by Rangam Thoitak Chiru (2009)

About me

You may be asking yourself, “What does Luckson do?” Oh! Well, I build websites. I’ve built websites since 2006 and, though I’ve not gone through any professional training, I like to think of myself as an experienced internet user/site builder, and that every site can benefit from being a little Naga. OK, that’s really Funny, but it’s true. there are websites lucky enough to have been graced by my mouse and keyboard. If you’re website is in need of a makeover, or if you need a website but don’t have any idea how to get started, then contact me.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Hello I am back again!

Hello I am back to blogging! I was blogging about everything but stopped for a few years. I see my last post was in February of 2009! I could explain why I have been gone so long, and give all kinds of excuses. But it really is simple. Maybe I was taken away by Facebook like everyone else on this planet or maybe I needed the break so badly :P Well now I am back for another semester of blogging. I hope to share some of my thoughts on internet and computers as usual, and of course some of the issues that concern me. As usual please feel free to leave your feedback :)

Fun with Facebook with more goodies

Here are a few goodies for you to have fun while in Facebook. Please read carefully to to get the desired results. Feel free to leave a comment :P 1. Sign in with your username (unique URL). Instead of typing out your entire e-mail address each time you sign in, use your username (the one that leads people to your profile, like instead. Even if your info is auto-filled, this trick will save a hassle when you're prompted to sign in on your mobile device or public computers. 2. Hover over photo thumbnails to zoom. This feature isn't built in to Facebook, but after months of using it, it sure feels like it. Facebook Photo Zoom, a free browser extension, enlarges thumbnails and photos when you mouse over them. It's super useful when browsing through the News Feed and you want to see what a photo looks like without clicking the thumbnail and prompting a new page. Here's the Chrome extension( ), and a similar one forFirefox( ). 3. Chrome Addon to spice up your chat: Pretty Facebook Chat .Prettify your Facebook chat. Bigger size, more animation, more... nice :-) Prettify your Facebook chat. Bigger size, more animation, more... nice :-) * WARNING: facebook has changed some things in chat engine, so some things in PFC are broken. Be patient please... Prettify your facebook chat with this extension: - Draggable - Bigger size - nice shadow - little animation - Emoticon window. To be continued.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Security Updates for Internet Explorer (IE)

Internet is one of the most important tools in our day to day life. However, without proper knowledge and technical know how, we might get into trouble as well. Security analysts have recently alerted about the security vulnerabilities with Internet Explorer that allows hackers to gain access to your passwords, credit card information, etc.. Not long, Microsoft released updates for the same. This security update is rated Critical for Internet Explorer 5.01, Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1, and Internet Explorer 7 according to the sources. The patches are available in several different downloads depending on what version of IE you're using and what OS (operating system) you're running, and not all of the downloads are pointing to existing pages yet, but they should hopefully all be rolled out prolly in a day or two.

If you don't update your browser (internet explorer) I am afraid you are in deep trouble. So, if your computer is it up to date this is the time to run you Automatic Updates. But make sure your OS is genuine Wink otherwise... do the manual update by downloading the specific updates from the download page.

If you don't have admin access to your system, please contact the administrator and educate him/her about this important news. Its a must update and I am guaranteeing you won't regret!

Should you have any questions/doubts, please feel free to ask here.
Follow this link to download your copy:

Note: Please make sure you choose the correct download file depending on your OS & version of Internet Explorer you have installed in your System.

Thanks for reading and good luck!

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