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Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Top 15 Countries with the most Billionaires

No. 15: Singapore
Number of billionaires: 28



No. 14: Turkey
Number of billionaires: 29




No. 13: South Korea
Number of billionaires: 34



No. 12: Canada
Number of billionaires: 35



No. 11: Italy
Number of billionaires: 41



No. 10: Japan
Number of billionaires: 42




No. 9: Brazil
Number of billionaires: 43




No. 8: France
Number of billionaires: 50



No. 7: Russia
Number of billionaires: 68



No. 6: Switzerland
Number of billionaires: 77



No. 5: The United Kingdom
Number of billionaires: 89



No. 4: India
Number of billionaires: 100




No. 3: Germany
Number of billionaires: 109




No. 2: United States
Number of billionaires: 552




No. 1: China
Number of billionaires: 609



Referencehttps://in.finance.yahoo.com/photos/top-15-countries-most-billionaires-slideshow-wp-205656020/p-no-15-singapore-br-photo-205656121.html

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

A JOBLESS MAN APPLIED FOR THE POSTION OF 'OFFICE BOY' AT MICROSOFT

A jobless man applied for the position of 'office boy' at Microsoft.



The HR manager interviewed him, then gave him a test: clean the floor. The man passed the test with flying colors.

"You are hired," HR manager informed the applicant, "give me your e-mail address, and I'll send you the application for employment, as well as the date you should report for work.

The man replied " I don't have a computer, or an email!"

"I'm sorry," said the HR manager. "If you don't have an email, that means you do not exist. And we cannot hire persons who do not exist."

The man was very disappointed.

He didn't know what to do. He only had $10 with him. Once that is spent, he won't have any money to buy any food.

He went to the supermarket and bought a crate of tomatoes with his $10.

He went from door to door and sold the tomatoes in less than two hours. He doubled his money.

He repeated the operation three times, and returned home with $60. He realized that he can survive this way. He started to go everyday earlier, and return late.

He doubled or tripled his money every day. Soon, he bought a cart, then a truck. In a very short time, he had his own fleet of delivery vehicles.

Five years later, the man became one of the biggest food retailers in the U. S. He started to plan his family's future, and decided to have a life insurance.

He called an insurance broker, and chose a protection plan.

At the end of the conversation, the broker asked him for his email address.

The man replied: ' I don't have an email.'

The broker was dumbfounded. "You don't have an email, and yet have succeeded in building an empire. Can you imagine what you could have been if you had an email?," he exclaimed.

The man thought for a while, and replied, "an office boy at Microsoft!"

If you just lost your Job or Just failed an Interview Don't worry be Optimistic..... Good days are on the way and something better is reserved for you. All you have to do is Explore, Innovate and Explore !!!

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Did you know: How does Google's autocomplete feature work?

As far as i am aware Google Autocomplete uses a combination of factors related to the last 10,000 searches, in your geographical location, your own bookmarks, most visited sites from your web history and the behavior/suggestions of your contacts to predict and reflect trends related to you personally provided that you are logged in or use a GPS enabled browser or mobile device.



For example, if someone was typing the term Michael Jackson (musician) one week before his tragic death, Google Autocomplete would've probably suggested something like (Michael Jackson (musician) top music downloads), while if you tried to search for his name 20 minutes after his death it would've hypothetically suggested something like (Michael Jackson (musician) death latest news) due to the sudden change in search patterns related to this new topic/context, during that time frame and in relation to the breaking news.


Reference: https://www.quora.com/How-does-Googles-autocomplete-feature-work

Monday, 28 November 2016

Want to Learn New Skills? These 37 Website will definitely help you!

Forget overpriced schools, long days in a crowded classroom, and pitifully poor results.
These websites and apps cover myriads of science, art, and technology topics.
They will teach you practically anything, from making hummus to building apps in node.js, most of them for free.
There is absolutely no excuse for you not to master a new skill, expand your knowledge, or eventually boost your career.
You can learn interactively at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home. It’s hard to imagine how much easier it can possibly be.
Honestly, what are you waiting for?

When you can learn a new skill at your own pace in the comfort of your own home, there's no excuse not to.


Take an online course
edX— Take online courses from the world’s best universities.
Coursera — Take the world’s best courses, online, for free.
Coursmos — Take a micro-course anytime you want, on any device.
Highbrow — Get bite-sized daily courses to your inbox.
Skillshare — Online classes and projects that unlock your creativity.
Curious — Grow your skills with online video lessons.
lynda.com — Learn technology, creative and business skills.
CreativeLive — Take free creative classes from the world’s top experts.
Udemy — Learn real world skills online.

Learn how to code
Codecademy — Learn to code interactively, for free.
Stuk.io — Learn how to code from scratch.
Udacity — Earn a Nanodegree recognized by industry leaders.
Platzi — Live streaming classes on design, marketing and code.
Learnable — The best way to learn web development.
Code School — Learn to code by doing.
Thinkful — Advance your career with 1-on-1 mentorship.
Code.org — Start learning today with easy tutorials.
BaseRails — Master Ruby on Rails and other web technologies.
Treehouse — Learn HTML, CSS, iPhone apps & more.
One Month — Learn to code and build web applications in one month.
Dash — Learn to make awesome websites.

Learn to work with data
DataCamp — Online R tutorials and data science courses.
DataQuest— Learn data science in your browser.
DataMonkey— Develop your analytical skills in a simple, yet fun way.

Learn new languages
Duolingo — Learn a language for free.
Lingvist — Learn a language in 200 hours.
Busuu — The free language learning community.
Memrise — Use flashcards to learn vocabulary.

Expand your knowledge
TED-Ed — Find carefully curated educational videos
Khan Academy— Access an extensive library of interactive content.
Guides.co — Search the largest collection of online guides.
Squareknot — Browse beautiful, step-by-step guides.
Learnist — Learn from expertly curated web, print and video content.
Prismatic — Learn interesting things based on social recommendation.

Bonus
Chesscademy — Learn how to play chess for free.
Pianu — A new way to learn piano online, interactively.

Yousician— Your personal guitar tutor for the digital age.

Written by @kristynazdot, founder and CEO of maqtoob.com  —  app discovery platform for inspiring entrepreneurs. At the moment, it features 1,500+ handpicked tools for startups, small businesses, and freelancers.

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Attention! WhatsApp Will No Longer Work On These Phones

WhatsApp is ending its support to a number of devices from December 31. Check out the list of devices that will no longer run WhatsApp post- December 31, 2016





It might be bad news for few WhatsApp users! The company is ending support to a number of devices which will no longer be able to run WhatsApp from December 31. That means if you are right now using older smartphones then you need to replace it right before the year 2016 ends.

As we all know WhatsApp is the most popular messaging services which are currently used by more than 95% of smartphone owners in India. There is a good news too! WhatsApp will not block users having old smartphones. But, users will not get upcoming features.

WhatsApp on its official blog said “As we look ahead to our next seven years, we want to focus our efforts on the mobile platforms the vast majority of people use. So, by the end of 2016, we will be ending support for WhatsApp Messenger on the following mobile platforms”

The devices that will no longer get support from WhatsApp are:


WhatsApp had mentioned that these devices are an important part of their story. However, the devices no more offer the kind of capabilities and they need to expand their app’s features in the future


WhatsApp in the blog said, “This was a tough decision for us to make, but the right one in order to give people better ways to keep in touch with friends, family, and loved ones using WhatsApp.”

So, those who are using older phones need to upgrade to a newer Android, iPhone or Windows Phone to continue using WhatsApp after December 31, 2016.

Reference:  http://thinkur.com/attention-whatsapp-will-no-longer-work-on-these-phones/


Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Top 100 Most Searched Keywords on Google

What keywords on Google are searched the most?

We know branded terms like “Gmail” and “Craigslist” are frequently searched, and are a common point of reference for users. But what about non-brands? What about true keywords that, undoubtedly, are the aim of many traffic-thirsty SEOs across the world?
This was the question we wondered earlier this month. With help from the team at the great keyword research tool SEMRush, we were able to get it answered.
The below visualization is a list of the 100 most searched for non-brandedkeywords on Google, in the United States region.
The list was determined by manually sifting through the most popular search terms overall to find keywords that were not associated with a brand. In addition, we also removed porn-related keywords.
For clarity, the top five most searched overall are “Gmail”, “Craigslist”, “Amazon”, “Yahoo”, and.. “Porn”. None of those are included on this list – because a giant list of navigational brand searches and porn isn’t interesting.

The list has several interesting insights that I did not see coming before receiving the data. First, it’s interesting to see Google Instant going to work – and accurately, with many searches of single-letter terms. Who knew “G” would be the most popular?
In addition, there were also some sad takeaways from the list. The most common reoccurrence throughout the group is several uses of “LOCATION lottery”, which means some of the highest demand searches are with search terms where Americans will pointlessly waste their money hoping to get rich.
Apparently Google’s easter eggs are also in high demand, as [do a barrel roll]manages to pull large volume. Thousands of kids desperately hope their school is closed, and search for the answer through [school closings]. Our internet is bad, and we verify it through an [internet speed test]. Most perplexing of all, many people wonder [what time is it].

HOW WILL THESE TERMS CHANGE?

It’s interesting to think about how these search numbers may change over time. People will always wonder the weather, but as Google Fiber hits more cities, will internet speed tests eventually have less demand?
Will terms like [videos] eventually dissipate in place of synonyms like YouTube, if they aren’t already? Oh, and how in the world does YouTube not rank for that keyword?
The landscape may change, but it’s a strong certainty these numbers will only continue to climb. With that, strong SEO will continue be of high importance.
What keywords on the list stood out as particularly interesting to you? Let us know in the comments.