Friday, February 29, 2008

Controversy surrounds Google search

On the heels of reports that Google has seen a drop in its paid click business, news has broken that the search giant has quietly unveiled a new program designed to use up unspent search marketing dollars. According to a New York Post story, Google is testing a new feature called Automatic Matching. News of the test program first broke on SEO Fast Start when the blog posted an email from Google to one of its AdWords customers. "Automatic Matching automatically extends your campaign's reach by using surplus budget to serve your ads on relevant search queries that are not already triggered by your keyword lists," the email read. "By analyzing the structure and content of your website and AdWords campaigns, we deliver more impressions and clicks while maintaining your current CTRs and CPCs." While Silicon Valley Insider points out that some SEO experts like SEO Fast Start are being overly harsh with respect to Google's test program, the timing of the news appears to be the big problem, with some marketers accusing the search giant of grasping for every last cent of their ad budgets at a time when overall business may be slumping. "Whether Google's intention is to expand the advertisers' untapped opportunities or not, timing is everything and at this time on the surface it appears that Google's only motive is to monetize additional clicks," said Mark Simon, VP of industry relations for Didit, a search-marketing firm. "My suggestion to Google is to communicate the expanded opportunities to search advertisers and let them decide whether they are willing to invest in them at the risk of potentially reducing their ROI metric." According to Chris Winfield, president of search marketing firm 10e20, ROI, not total budget, is the only real issue. "I would have no problems spending more money if I'm getting more return on my investment," Winfield told the New York Post. "If I'm just spending more money and it's not high-quality traffic, then that's a problem." In its email to AdWords customers, Google cited an example for the search term "adidas." According to Google, the new program would match customers with keywords on its traditional list, which includes terms like "shoes" and "athletic," but it also would match with terms like "slippers." Whether searches for "slippers" will mean anything to those marketing adidas remains to be seen. A quick Google search for "slippers" yielded no natural results for adidas on the first page. However, the search did return one ad for adidas sandals on sale at

Thursday, February 28, 2008

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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

SurveillanceSaver 2.0 - See the World via screensavers!!!

You probably won't catch too many public nose-pickers watching this free screensaver, fed with live shots from surveillance cameras around the world. But you should expect interesting urban views, a voyeur's observational thrill, and the occasional glimpse of something deeply human SurveillanceSaver is a Windows screensaver that shows live images of over 400 network surveillance cameras worldwide. A haunting live soap opera. It is the first release of ongoing experiments with network surveillance cameras. Traveling the world via screensaver can be both fun and mesmerizing with SurveillanceSaver. This simple screensaver displays cam feeds from the Axis Network cameras to your desktop from locations around the world. The more than 600 cameras vary in quality, but most offer an outdoor shot from a surveillance camera giving you a view of the surrounding area. We really like the ability to cycle through different locations around the world with live cams. We would have liked more options for switching cams and adjusting the amount of time spent at each location, but we appreciate this is an early version of the software. Overall, if you're looking for a unique screensaver with live views from all over the world, you will like this screensaver. Download SurveillanceSaver 2.0 See the world via screensavers!!!!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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Friday, February 22, 2008

My Mp3's 1.42 - The mp3 tag editor -

The free MP3 tag editor MyMP3's is one of three killer downloads recommended by CNET editor Jason Parker to keep your music files uber-organized and easy-to-find. Try it, and see what you're missing. My Mp3's is free tag editor. Gives you power to edit and change tag information in mp3s. There are two basic looks on edited mp3s detailed and preview. Whole editation is fast and intuitive. Included mp3 player can play loaded mp3s. Version 1.1 added Mp3 player. Improved copy options tab. Added Directory column in All tag view. Version 1.42 includes unspecified updates. Get MyMP3 The best one in its kind..!!!!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

-- Mozilla Thunderbird 3.0 - Jus Released --

Mozilla Thunderbird The excellent open-source Outlook alternative will be girded with a new calendar and better search when Thunderbird 3.0 ships at the year's end. In the meantime, get a feel for the e-mail system that could for Windows, Mac, and your USB. A new Mozilla Foundation effort to improve its Thunderbird open-source e-mail software now has an official name--and its first public goals. Thunderbird 3.0 is due to ship by the end of the year with a more comprehensive search feature and official integration of the Lightning calendar add-on, said David Ascher, chief executive of the newly named Mozilla Messaging subsidiary. The first alpha release will come sooner, though, for those who want to test the software. "I'm expecting we'll have some public releases probably within three months," Ascher said. Mozilla is best known for its success with the Firefox browser, which has dented Microsoft Internet Explorer's dominance and sparked programmers to build a rich selection of extensions. Now the group is trying to apply the formula to e-mail software. Even though many rely on Web-based services for the chore, e-mail software is still widely used, and Thunderbird could open another major beachhead for open-source software in mainstream computing. Although Mozilla Messaging's priority is to produce good software, not specifically to dethrone Microsoft's dominant Outlook software, the new calendar ability makes Thunderbird a more viable competitor, particularly in corporate environments. Adding a third Mozilla group can be confusing, so let me spell out the distinctions for those of you who haven't scrutinized every development in the last 10 years since Netscape and its acquirer, AOL, spun off the Mozilla project in 1998. The Mozilla Foundation, a not-for-profit group, is in charge overall; for-profit subsidiaries Mozilla Corp. and Mozilla Messaging run the Web browser and e-mail projects, respectively. Mozilla Messaging also has named a three-person board of directors: Ascher; Chris Beard, general manager of Mozilla Labs; and Marten Mickos, CEO of MySQL, the open-source database company Sun Microsystems has just agreed to acquire for about $1 billion. More are likely to be added later as the organization grows, Ascher said. The organization has only five or six employees, he said, but others contribute, too, including Mozilla Corp.'s Firefox engineers, Sun's employees working full-time on Lightning, and Qualcomm programmers moving their Eudora software to a Thunderbird base. "You quickly get to dozens of developers and hundreds of testers," he said. Get Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0

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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

FrostWire 4.13.4 - Mp3 finder Software on the 12th rank

FrostWire is a fork of the very popular LimeWire PRO Gnutella/Bittorrent client. The purpose of FrostWire is to keep and maintain the freedoms that LimeWire LLC may be forced to withdraw. Share any type of file on Gnutella and the Bittorrent network. Version 4.13.4 improves connection bootstrapping. FrostWire is a fork of the LimeWire source code, and as such, it functions exactly the same. When you search for a file using FrostWire, you get results from LimeWire, and vice versa. However, the user experience differs in two ways. One is that the code is actually based on LimeWire Pro, the paid version of the popular P2P client, so users don't have to worry about simultaneous download restrictions, and they won't get bombarded by ads. Also, befitting the name, the interface has changed from green to blue and has been slightly improved. Tabs have rounded corners, and there are two additions, as well. Connections monitors your outgoing and incoming connections by host name, but also provides bandwidth information, the vendor and version being used, and more. There's also a built-in community chat. When we tested it, the built-in media player in FrostWire didn't work with MP3s or MPGs, although those files worked fine in LimeWire and elsewhere. The app also comes bundled with the ASK toolbar, but you can opt out of that during the installation process. While some people have experienced faster download times with FrostWire compared with its parent, others have not. FrostWire and LimeWire are practically indistinguishable, although the lack of ads is a big plus. Download FrostWire A Good software for downloading Mp3s...

Latest iPod and iPhone video software

Video conversion software for those gloriously glossy Apple devices is getting better, and plentiful. There's HandBrake for Windows and Mac (review), Videora iPod Converter, which does iPhone, too, and a slew of others to grab and convert YouTube videos. The very popular Videora iPod Converter is one case in which an app shouldn't be too hastily judged by its name. This video-converting freebie transforms files for the range of Apple's ilk--three types of iPods and the iPhone to boot. Videora iPod Converter can grab and convert YouTube videos through an in-app browser (this is good for owners of the classic iPods), and will also work over files stored on your desktop (this is good for everyone). However, Videora iPod Converter isn't the only free converter in town, and it has some notable drawbacks. Decide if it's for you by watching the First Look video below, and brush up on other YouTube video converters for your iPod or cell phone. Download Videora iPod Converter 3.07

Monday, February 18, 2008

Kaspersky Internet Suite 7.0 - Best Protection Offered

Being secure is like chasing mercury. Have you ever chased mercury? I once did when a thermometer broke -- its crazy! No matter what your efforts, it keeps running away, refusing to be caught. The harder you try, the faster it runs. Security is much like that -- it's a cat and mouse game. (Trivia: Mercury is the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures. Reminds you of T1000 from Terminator 2, doesn't it?) Still, we can't afford to lose hope: security is one thing all computer users must have. And I'm not talking about just an anti-virus solution of the good old days. Viruses are no longer just viruses; virus writers have evolved and don't want to dominate the world anymore -- just snoop information off our PCs for a profit. There are now adware, malware, spyware... whatever the name, they're all bad. And don't forget social engineering attacks, technically called phishing scams, particularly from friendly neighbourhood Nigeria. These are the hardest problems to solve, because they're more about human psychology than technology. All said, we need robust security... or shall I say "more and more security." Kaspersky Internet Suite 7.0 is quite the answer to what we need; let's call it KIS7 -- it sounds more exotic! What comes in the bundle? The suite comes with an anti-virus (formerly known as AntiViral Toolkit Pro), a firewall that checks inbound as well as outbound traffic, anti-spyware / malware protection, anti-spam, anti-phishing, anti-rootkit (this suite means business!) and parental control (kids beware!) That's a lot of protection bundled in, all for about Rs 2,400, {Rs.500(in chennai)}

AceMoney Lite 3.10 - Account Management Software

License: Free Average User Rating: 8.2 (out of 71 votes) Downloads: 297,274 Requirements: Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista Limitations: One account only is supported Date Released: September 26, 2007 AceMoney Lite is free account-management software. It will help you keep a tight rein on your spending habits, your stock portfolio, your 401(k), and your bill payments. With more than 100 transaction categories, support for password protection, 150 currencies, and more than 20 supported languages, AceMoney Lite is powerful and clever enough for any home user or even for small businesses. It supports QIF and OFX file formats, allowing you to download information from online banks or to import it from another account's software. AceMoney Lite can generate custom reports based on any parameters you define, and can call up bar graphs and pie charts. On top of that, AceMoney Lite provides a simple loan calculator and a professional mortgage analyzer. Version 3.10 adds archiving, duplicate check number warning, mouse wheel support in a list of accounts and reports, support for simple arithmetic expressions to all dialogs, and support to download quotes and exchange rates through proxy server. Download AceMoney Lite

Sunday, February 17, 2008

The famous Bombshell---GOM Media Player

GOM Player is a free multimedia player with popular video and audio codecs built-in. GOM Player supports file formats such as AVI, DAT, MPEG, DivX, XviD, WMV, ASF. Users don't have to install codecs separately. GOM Player is capable of playing incomplete or damaged AVI files by skipping the damaged frames. It can also play locked or partially downloaded files. Its other features include drag-and-drop support, HTTP streaming, editable skins, subtitling, overlay mixer, key remapping, enhanced filter rendering, real-time index rebuilding for AVI files and unicode support among others. Version includes a new feature called Quick Play Mode which enables DXVA hardware acceleration for high definition video files. Download GOM Media Player This is one of the best Media Player in its kind....

Akon Covers the legendary Michael Jackson

Oh yeahhh, Akon wants to be startin' somethin with Michael Jackson's 1982 original. The tribute to the King of Pop's 25-year-old classic gets new life with R&B sensation Akon's re-envisioning. 25 years ago, the great artist Michael Jacson imagined a whole new world of beat synthesis, Sweetly sung Motown and catchy hooks. The real kicker was, and he called it the pop. On the "thriller" aniversary heirs to the "hybrid" throne -- -- Akon, Kayne, etc -- -- reimagine Mike by remixing the tricks he shown them to try. Hear "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"

Saturday, February 16, 2008

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Tenth Best : mIRC - Chat software - trial

mIRC is a full featured Internet Relay Chat client for Windows that can be used to communicate, share, play or work with others on IRC networks around the world, either in multi-user group conferences or in one-to-one private discussions. It has a clean, practical interface that is highly configurable and supports features such as buddy lists, file transfers, multi-server connections, SSL encryption, proxy support, UTF-8 display, customizable sounds, spoken messages, tray notifications, message logging, and more. mIRC also has a powerful scripting language that can be used both to automate mIRC and to create applications that perform a wide range of functions from network communications to playing games. This latest version of mIRC updates the interface with shiny new icons as well as a range of other improvements, building on the previous release which added full Vista compatibility, support for limited user accounts, U3 support, tray notification messages, full treebar positioning, and a compact mode to make mIRC behave like a messenger application. Download mIRC Trial

Nineth Best : Spybot - Antispyware

Spybot - Search & Destroy can detect and remove a multitude of adware files and modules from your computer. Spybot also can clean program and Web-usage tracks from your system, which is especially useful if you share your computer. Modules chosen for removal can be sent directly to the included file shredder, ensuring complete elimination from your system. For advanced users, it allows you to fix Registry inconsistencies related to adware and to malicious program installations. The handy online-update feature ensures that Spybot always has the most current and complete listings of adware, dialers, and other uninvited system residents. Version 1.5.2 improves the program starting time as compares to the version 1.5.1. Download Spybot

Eighth Best : Win RaR- file compression

WinRAR is a 32-bit Windows version of RAR Archiver, an archiver and archive manager. RAR files can usually compress content by 8 percent to 15 percent more than ZIP files can. WinRAR's main features include strong general and multimedia compression, the ability to process non-RAR archive formats, ZIP compression and decompression, support for long filenames, programmable self-extracting archives (SFX), repair of damaged archives, authenticity verification, embedded file comments, and encryption. Unicode is supported in archive filenames, allowing non-English filenames to be handled painlessly. You can manipulate the parameters of many archives at once and view a volume sequence as a single archive. WinRAR can convert other archive formats to RAR and search for specified text and files in archives. Version 3.71 corrects several bugs and improves processing of corrupt RAR archives. Download WinRaR

Seventh Best: WinZip-file compression

This venerable tool packs plenty of features for simple compression needs, along with superior security tools for advanced compression and backup-file management. You can run WinZip using the optional Wizard interface for a step-by-step guide to easy compression, or you can use the classic interface to set file and folder compressions to your specifications. You also can change the view to a Windows Explorer format, making it easy to navigate your hard drive when creating a compressed archive. The AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption method provides excellent security for your files, with the option for both 128-bit (lower-level) and 256-bit (higher-level) security. We like the flexible drag-and-drop support, allowing you to drag files to and from the interface which zips or unzips them automatically. We also like the contextual menus (right-click) that enable you to perform most of WinZip's functions on the fly, including complex tasks like zipping a file and automatically attaching it to an e-mail for quick delivery. Overall, WinZip is among the best compression programs available, providing all the features necessary to create easy backups, compress e-mail files, and manage downloaded files from the Internet. Download WinZip

Sixth Best-BitComet

Taking a slightly different approach to solving the multimedia lover's dilemma of how best to download torrents is BitComet, which uses an interface heavily cribbed from Windows Explorer--with a dose or two from the basic BitTorrent template--to create something instantly recognizable to the user. There's a familiar tree of features on the left, including links to torrent-aggregating Web sites and several promotional offers. The top of the app has big buttons with familiar icons, the center window shows the files being downloaded, and the bottom pane has tracker and peer info. The pane on the right rounds out the layout, with a torrent search feature and advertising. Among the usual features, BitComet offers chat capabilities, the ability to bookmark your favorite sites, a toolbar for Internet Explorer 7, and a context menu for Firefox 2. While the app held its own against better-known competitors in terms of speed and handling multiple torrents, we found the ubiquitous advertisements to be annoying compared to the competition's ad-free environs. Overall, we think BitComet is worth trying and could become a major torrent app in the future. Download BitComet

Fifth Best Download:

Avast Home Edition is a complete ICSA & Checkmark certified antivirus. Avast includes the following components: On demand scanner with skinnable simple interface, just select what do you want to scan in which way and press the Play button; On access scanner, special providers to protect the most of available e-mail clients; Instant messaging--ICQ, Miranda; Network traffic--intrusion detection, lightweight firewall; P2P protection for Kazaa, BitTorrent; Web shield--monitors and filter all HTTP traffic; NNTP scanner--scans all Usenet Newsgroup traffic and all operations with files on PC; Boot time scanner--scans disks in the same way and in the same time as Windows CHKDSK does. Version 4.7.1098.80207 contains updated virus database. Download Avast Home Edition

Fourth Position:

ICQ 6 provides users with an innovative communication experience and enables quick and simple interaction among users across all communication platforms. ICQ 6 offers the entire suite of digital and mobile communication tools available today, all integrated seamlessly in a single message window. ICQ 6 boasts an entirely new client infrastructure and a completely redesigned UI along with a fresh look and feel. Innovations and improved features in ICQ 6 include: * Quick IM--enabling users to send messages to contacts without opening a message window. * Easy access simple navigation between incoming messages. * Tabbed conversations--management of all active conversations in one message window by using tabs. * History--new and improved search history of messages, files, and calls. * Search capabilities--advanced and easy-to-use search through contacts, on ICQ, and on the web. Download ICQ Chat

Third Position:

Second Position: AVG Antivirus Software...available below Third Position: LimeWire LimeWire is the world's fastest P2P file-sharing application for all types of computer files, including music, video, pictures, games, and text documents. Other features include dynamic querying, file previews during download, advanced techniques for locating rare files, and an easy, clean user interface. LimeWire's new spam blocker gets rid of junk results, and automatic updates will keep you sharing faster than ever with the latest version. You can search for Creative Commons and Weedshare licensed files, and publish your own creative works with Creative Commons licensing. LimeWire continues its guarantee of no adware or spyware. Includes a built-in bittorent support. Version 4.16.6 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes. Download LimeWire

Latest Top 10 Downloads

First Position: One of the first applications built to find and remove adware and spyware, Ad-Aware's excellent reputation is well-justified. While the 2007 edition is still free, it does have some new features that may make you reconsider the height of the pedestal it sits on. First off, the app's updater is now permanently on, running in your system's background. The irony of Ad-Aware running potential spyware is not lost on us. The interface has also been completely overhauled, and it's a bit more confusing. There are six tabs in the nav bar. Status and Scan initiate adware scans, and finish with a line-item list so you can select which components to remove and create a system restore point. The context menu offers some information about suspected adware, though it's light on details. Other navbar buttons include Ad-Watch, offering real-time defenses but only in the paid version. Plug-ins are disabled in the free version, but the Tools and Plug-ins tab hosts TrackSweep, the new browsing tracks cleaner. Smoothly integrated into the app, it wipes the cache, cookies, and history, and other breadcrumbs left by major browsers. We couldn't help but notice, though, that the Web Update tab, which controls definition file and software updates, ran far more sluggishly than in previous editions, and sometimes even crashed the program. The Settings tab provides access to auto-scans, browsers, scanning, the interface, and log files. The app does an excellent job of removing most malware components, although rescanning is necessary for a seriously infected machine. The freeware restrictions are mildly irritating, but they're nothing compared to some of the serious stability and background processes in the 2007 version. However, it is a fully functional adware remover, and it continues to do that well. With some hesitation, we recommend Ad-Aware 2007 as part of your arsenal. Click to Download Ad-Aware


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If you're looking to put together a Valentine's Day collage for your sweetie, it's mighty late to be worrying about creative gifts from the heart. So get a jump on that photo mashup (or is that car crash?) you've been planning for next year's Valentine's Day with PhotoScape, a freeware image editor that's surprisingly feature-rich. PhotoScape distinguishes itself from the crowd with an impressive set of features. Although it eats and leaks about as much memory as Firefox, it's aimed squarely at the at-home image editor who's making the jump to dSLR cameras and the wide, wonderful world of high-density RAW image files, but isn't quite ready for the full-on Photoshop or GIMP experience. Besides RAW conversion support, PhotoScape can handle all other major image formats from JPEG and PNG, as well as animated GIF creation. It comes with prebuilt templates for users to create photo collages, fumetti, and Web comics, and has a standard set of red-eye removal, light/shadow, and contrast-editing features. PhotoScape can convert RAW files, but not edit them directly. (Credit: CNET Networks Inc./Photo by Seth Rosenblatt) One warning about the RAW processing: Although it looks like you can drag and drop, the converter doesn't change RAW to JPEG unless you load the RAW file from within the native file browser. It's a minor bug, but one that can lead you to believe that there's no RAW support at all if you drag and drop from Windows Explorer. You can also batch edit images, combine them, and print them out one at a time or several at once. The program loads fast and possesses an interface completely different from those familiar with Adobe's industry-leading tools. Users are greeted by circular navigator complemented by a tabbed nav on the top of the main screen. Most, but not all main features are accessible from either nav. It might take some people time to get used to the unusual layout, but it's only unusual for an image editor; otherwise it's intuitive, fast, and lacks only the most advanced of image editing features. Overall, the program is a nice piece of work for budding photographers on a tight budget, and those who want to be able to learn a program in a matter of minutes, not days.

AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition

This antiviral program offers rock-solid protection for no financial commitment. AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition provides all the necessities, including a tool for scanning your hard drive and e-mail, as well as a real-time shield to prevent infections. By default, the application is set to search for new virus definitions daily, but you always can use the scheduling tool to change this. Should a virus create serious system problems, AVG creates a rescue disk to scan your computer in MS-DOS mode. The program doesn't tax your system when scanning or when running in the background and always proved effective in our tests. The interface can't be described as beautiful, yet it is mostly simple to navigate. Sure, you can plunk down a lot of cash for an antiviral application with more features, but AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition delivers the goods for free. copy and paste the link below in your address bar to dowload AVG Anti-Virus Software http:<="http:////<ype=dl_dlnow&pid=10788045&mfgId=6270610&merId=6270610&">//<ype=dl_dlnow&pid=10788045&mfgId=6270610&merId=6270610&> //<ype=dl_dlnow&pid=10788045&mfgId=6270610&merId=6270610&">Download Now

Friday, February 15, 2008

Free International Calls

GizmoCall a SIPphone service has launched a new web-based voice-over-IP (VoIP) service that will allow users making phone calls directly from their web browser. It all based on Flash.

I wonder how many other websites do that. It doesnt seem Jajah used Flash. However, I am not able to find any real difference in using Flash Plugin to make a call. I will do some study and testing and will post some results.

Back to the news, The web based interface allows the users to enter the enter in international format such as (+12221112121) and then click Call. If you dont have a flash plug-in installed (first time users), then it will ask you to install the plug-in. Just install and it will automatically recognise it. Then the call is sent out to the number you wanted to call.

You need to use headphones (or speaker) and mic to talk.

According to the website, Users get five minutes of calling per day to just about any phone number and can double that if they register with an email address. For more calls, users can purchase Call Out minutes. Besides PSTN phones they can call for free google talk users, Windows Live users, Gizmo Project users and any other SIP address/device.

This sounds too good to be true.

Important TIP: when i made a call, the 5 mins timer started running. I wonder if they track users by IP address. What if you use a proxy :D...maybe we can make more calls by using a hack. Let me try and find some solutions. I am currently at office and can't use any proxies here.

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Thursday, February 14, 2008

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

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Three new languages and a whole new direction for Blogger

We are excited to announce that Blogger is now available in three more languages: Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian! Blogger in Hebrew, Arabic, and Persian Supporting these languages is a huge milestone for us because — unlike the other 37 languages Blogger is translated into — Arabic, Persian, and Hebrew are written from right to left. As you can see from the above screenshot, we had to flip the whole interface around. Besides localizing the Blogger interface into these three languages, we have right-to-left templates and have added new toolbar buttons for bi-directional text editing in the post editor. The effort was worth it, however, and we’re tremendously happy to be a part of the growing Arabic-, Hebrew-, and Persian-language blogging communities. Changing your language preferences and settings To see the Blogger interface in one of these languages, just use the menu on your Dashboard. You can also choose your language on Blogger’s homepage and via the “Language” link in the footer of most pages. From then on, all new blogs you create will default to using your new language choice. If you need to change the language of an existing blog, just go to Settings > Formatting and select a new language there. Your blog language affects date formatting and other blog text, and, with today’s release of Blogger, your blog’s comments form as well. Right-to-left templates For Arabic, Persian, and Hebrew blogs, we will also rearrange your template to read more logically from right to left. So, a blog that once looked like this: will now look like this: Please note that your template won’t change if you’ve customized it with Edit HTML; we wouldn’t dare muck with your data! Also, if you’re still using a Classic template you will have to upgrade to Layouts in order to take advantage of bidirectional language templates. Learn how. Bidirectional text editing We’ve also added right-to-left and left-to-right buttons to Blogger’s post editor. They’ll appear if your Dashboard language or your blog’s language setting is for a right-to-left language. Clicking on these buttons will set the paragraph you are currently editing to either right-to-left or left-to-right mode. This way you can write truly bidirectional posts.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer file sharing (P2P) communications protocol. BitTorrent is a method of distributing large amounts of data widely without the original distributor incurring the entire costs of hardware, hosting and bandwidth resources. Instead, when data is distributed using the BitTorrent protocol, each recipient supplies pieces of the data to newer recipients, reducing the cost and burden on any given individual source, providing redundancy against system problems, and reducing dependence on the original distributor. The protocol is the brainchild of programmer Bram Cohen, who designed it in April 2001 and released a first implementation on 2 July 2001.[1] It is now maintained by Cohen's company BitTorrent, Inc. Usage of the protocol accounts for significant traffic on the Internet, but the precise amount has proven difficult to measure. There are numerous compatible BitTorrent clients, written in a variety of programming languages, and running on a variety of computing platforms. Creating and publishing torrents The peer distributing a data file treats the file as a number of identically-sized pieces, typically between 64 kB and 1 MB each. A piece with size greater than 512 kB will reduce the size of a torrent file for a very large payload, but is claimed to reduce the efficiency of the protocol [1]. The peer creates a checksum for each piece, using the SHA1 hashing algorithm, and records it in the torrent file. When another peer later receives that piece, the checksum of the piece is compared to the recorded checksum to test that the piece is error-free.[3] Peers that provide a complete file are called seeders, and the peer providing the initial copy is called the initial seeder. The exact information contained in the torrent file depends on the version of the BitTorrent protocol. By convention, the name of a torrent file has the suffix .torrent. Torrent files have an "announce" section, which specifies the URL of the tracker, and an "info" section, containing (suggested) names for the files, their lengths, the piece length used, and a SHA-1 hash code for each piece, all of which is used by clients to verify the integrity of the data they receive. Completed torrent files are typically published on websites or elsewhere, and registered with a tracker. The tracker maintains lists of the clients currently participating in the torrent.[3] Alternatively, in a trackerless system (decentralized tracking) every peer acts as a tracker. This is implemented by the BitTorrent, µTorrent, BitComet, KTorrent and Deluge clients through the distributed hash table (DHT) method. Azureus also supports a trackerless method that is incompatible (as of April 2007) with the DHT offered by all other supporting clients. In November 2006, BitTorrent Inc. introduced its "Publish Torrent" service, which creates and hosts a torrent file (seeded from an existing web-hosted media file) and tracks the downloads. The service ( requires a client that supports web-seeding (currently the official client, Azureus, µTorrent and anything based on Libtorrent). [edit] Downloading torrents and sharing files Users browse the web to find a torrent of interest, download it, and open it with a BitTorrent client. The client connects to the tracker(s) specified in the torrent file, from which it receives a list of peers currently transferring pieces of the file(s) specified in the torrent. The client connects to those peers to obtain the various pieces. Such a group of peers connected to each other to share a torrent is called a swarm. If the swarm contains only the initial seeder, the client connects directly to it and begins to request pieces. As peers enter the swarm, they begin to trade pieces with one another, instead of downloading directly from the seeder. Clients incorporate mechanisms to optimize their download and upload rates; for example they download pieces in a random order to increase the opportunity to exchange data, which is only possible if two peers have different pieces of the file. The effectiveness of this data exchange depends largely on the policies that clients use to determine to whom to send data. Clients may prefer to send data to peers that send data back to them (a tit for tat scheme), which encourages fair trading. But strict policies often result in suboptimal situations; e.g., when newly joined peers are unable to receive any data because they don't have any pieces yet to trade themselves or when two peers with a good connection between them do not exchange data simply because neither of them wants to take the initiative. To counter these effects, the official BitTorrent client program uses a mechanism called “optimistic unchoking,” where the client reserves a portion of its available bandwidth for sending pieces to random peers (not necessarily known-good partners, so called preferred peers), in hopes of discovering even better partners and to ensure that newcomers get a chance to join the swarm.[4] [edit] Adoption A growing number of individuals and organizations are using BitTorrent to distribute their own or licensed material. Independent adopters report[5] that without using BitTorrent technology, and its dramatically reduced demands on networking hardware and bandwidth, they could not afford to distribute their files. [edit] Film, video and music BitTorrent Inc. has amassed a number of licenses from Hollywood studios for distributing popular content at the company's website. Sub Pop Records releases tracks and videos via BitTorrent Inc.[6] to distribute its 1000+ albums. The band Ween uses the website[7] to distribute free audio and video recordings of live shows. Furthermore, Babyshambles and The Libertines (both bands associated with Pete Doherty) have extensively used torrents to distribute hundreds of demos and live videos. The creator of the BitTorrent protocol, Bram Cohen, at one time worked for Valve Software. Valve uses the BitTorrent protocol in their Steam media streaming frontend.[citation needed] Podcasting software is starting to integrate BitTorrent to help podcasters deal with the download demands of their MP3 "radio" programs. Specifically, Juice and Miro (formerly known as Democracy Player) support automatic processing of .torrent files from RSS feeds. Similarly, some BitTorrent clients, such as µTorrent, are able to process web feeds and automatically download content found within them. [edit] Personal material The Amazon S3 "Simple Storage Service" is a scalable Internet-based storage service with a simple web service interface, equipped with built-in BitTorrent support. Blog Torrent offers a simplified BitTorrent tracker to enable bloggers and non-technical users to host a tracker on their site. Blog Torrent also allows visitors to download a "stub" loader, which acts as a BitTorrent client to download the desired file, allowing users without BitTorrent software to use the protocol.[8] This is similar to the concept of a self-extracting archive. [edit] Software Many major open source and free software projects encourage BitTorrent as well as conventional downloads of their products to increase availability and reduce load on their own servers. [edit] Games Blizzard's World of Warcraft video game utilizes the BitTorrent protocol to send game updates to clients. The game GunZ The Duel has a built-in BitTorrent client. [edit] Network impact CableLabs, the research organization of the North American cable industry, estimates that BitTorrent represents 18% of all broadband traffic.[9] In 2004, CacheLogic put that number at roughly 35% of all traffic on the Internet.[10] The discrepancies in these numbers are caused by differences in the methodology used to measure P2P traffic on the Internet.[11] Routers that use NAT, Network Address Translation, must maintain tables of source and destination IP addresses and ports. Typical home routers are limited to about 2000 table entries while some more expensive routers have larger table capacities. BitTorrent frequently contacts 300-500 servers per second rapidly filling the NAT tables. This is a common cause of home routers locking up.[12] [edit] Indexing The BitTorrent protocol provides no way to index torrent files. As a result, a comparatively small number of websites have hosted the large majority of torrents linking to (possibly) copyrighted material, rendering those sites especially vulnerable to lawsuits. Several types of websites support the discovery and distribution of data on the BitTorrent network. Public tracker sites such as The Pirate Bay allow users to search in and download from their collection of .torrent files; they also run BitTorrent trackers for those files. Users can typically also upload .torrent files for content they wish to distribute. Private tracker sites such as Demonoid operate like public ones except that they restrict access to registered users and keep track of the amount of data each user uploads and downloads, in an attempt to reduce leeching. There are specialized tracker sites such as FlixFlux for films, bitme for educational content, PureTnA for pornographic content, and tv torrents for television series. Often these will also be private. Search engines allow the discovery of .torrent files that are hosted and tracked on other sites; examples include Mininova, Btjunkie, TorrentSpy and isoHunt. These sites allow the user to ask for content meeting specific criteria (such as containing a given word or phrase) and retrieve a list of links to .torrent files matching those criteria. This list is often sorted with respect to relevance or number of seeders. Bram Cohen launched a BitTorrent search engine on that commingles licensed content with search results.[13] Metasearch engines allow to search several BitTorrent indices and search engines at once. [edit] Legal issues Main article: Legal issues with BitTorrent There has been much controversy over the use of BitTorrent trackers. Strictly speaking, BitTorrent metafiles do not store copyrighted data, hence the technology itself does not constitute copyright infringement. Technically, the use of BitTorent is not illegal. Various jurisdictions have pursued legal action against websites that host BitTorrent trackers. High-profile examples include the closing of, LokiTorrent, Demonoid, and The Pirate Bay torrent website, formed by a Swedish anti-copyright group, is notorious for the "legal" section[14] of its website in which letters and replies on the subject of alleged copyright infringements are publicly displayed. On May 31, 2006, The Pirate Bay's servers in Sweden were raided by Swedish police on allegations by the MPAA of copyright infringement[15]; however, the tracker was up and running again three days later. HBO, in an effort to combat the distribution of its programming on BitTorrent networks, has sent cease and desist letters to the Internet Service Providers of BitTorrent users. Many users have reported receiving letters from their ISPs that threatened to cut off their internet service if the alleged infringement continues[16]. HBO, unlike the RIAA, has not been reported to have filed suit against anyone for sharing files as of April 2007. In 2005 HBO began "poisoning" torrents of its show Rome, by providing bad chunks of data to clients. [17] On November 23, 2005, the movie industry and BitTorrent Inc. CEO Bram Cohen, signed a deal they hoped would reduce the number of unlicensed copies available through's search engine, run by BitTorrent, Inc. It meant had to remove any links to unlicensed copies of films made by seven of Hollywood's major movie studios. There are two major differences between BitTorrent and many other peer-to-peer file-trading systems, which advocates suggest make it less useful to those sharing copyrighted material without authorization. First, BitTorrent itself does not offer a search facility to find files by name. A user must find the initial torrent file by other means, such as a web search. Second, BitTorrent makes no attempt to conceal the host ultimately responsible for facilitating the sharing: a person who wishes to make a file available must run a tracker on a specific host or hosts and distribute the tracker address(es) in the .torrent file. Because it is possible to operate a tracker on a server that is located in a jurisdiction where the copyright holder cannot take legal action, the protocol does offer some vulnerability that other protocols lack. It is far easier to request that the server's ISP shut down the site than it is to find and identify every user sharing a file on a peer-to-peer network. However, with the use of a distributed hash table (DHT), trackers are no longer required, though often used for client software that does not support DHT to connect to the stream. [edit] Limitations and security vulnerabilities BitTorrent does not offer its users anonymity. It is possible to obtain the IP addresses of all current, and possibly previous, participants in a swarm from the tracker. This may expose users with insecure systems to attacks.[4] Another drawback is that BitTorrent file sharers, compared to users of client/server technology, often have little incentive to become seeders after they finish downloading. The result of this is that torrent swarms gradually die out, meaning a lower possibility of obtaining older torrents. Some BitTorrent websites have attempted to address this by recording each user's download and upload ratio for all or just the user to see, as well as the provision of access to newer torrent files to people with better ratios. Also, users who have low upload ratios may see slower download speeds until they upload more. This prevents (statistical) leeching, since after a while they become unable to download much faster than 1-10 kB/s on a high-speed connection. Some trackers exempt dial-up users from this policy, because they cannot upload faster than 1-3 kB/s. BitTorrent is best suited to continuously connected broadband environments, since dial-up users find it less efficient due to frequent disconnects and slow download rates. [edit] Technologies built on BitTorrent The BitTorrent protocol is still under development and therefore may still acquire new features and other enhancements such as improved efficiency. [edit] Distributed trackers In May 2005, BitTorrent, Inc. released a new beta version of BitTorrent that eliminated the need for web site hosting of centralized servers known as "trackers." It is now possible to have a torrent up in minutes, with a file, a website, and no understanding of how it works. Cohen explained that the "trackerless" feature is part of his ongoing effort to make publishing files online "painless and disruptively cheap". The move is only one of several designed to remove BitTorrent's dependence on centralized trackers. In June 2005, software version 4.2.0 was released, supporting "trackerless" torrents, featured a DHT implementation that allows the client to download torrents that have been created without using a BitTorrent tracker. BitTorrent Mainline DHT: BitTorrent client (5.0.7), µTorrent (1.7.5), BitComet (0.96), and BitSpirit (3.0+) all share DHT which is based on an implementation of the Kademlia DHT, for trackerless torrents.[18] This change is said to cause some trouble in the legal efforts to shut down illegal file sharing. However, Tarun Sawney, BSA Asia anti-copyright infringement director, said BitTorrent files could still be identified, since with or without the tracker sites, actual users still host the infringing files.[19][20] Another interesting idea that has surfaced recently in Azureus is virtual torrent. This idea is based on the distributed tracker approach and is used to describe some web resource. Right now, it is used for instant messaging. It is implemented using a special messaging protocol and requires an appropriate plugin. Anatomic P2P is another approach, which uses a decentralized network of nodes that route traffic to dynamic trackers. Peer exchange is another method to gather peers for BitTorrent in addition to trackers and DHT. Peer exchange checks with known peers to see if they know of any other peers. [edit] Content delivery Web seeding was implemented in 2006. The advantage of this feature is that a site may distribute a torrent for a particular file or batch of files and make those files available for download from that same web server; this can simplify seeding and load balancing greatly once support for this feature is implemented in the various BitTorrent clients. In theory, this would make using BitTorrent almost as easy for a web publisher as simply creating a direct download while allowing some of the upload bandwidth demands to be placed upon the downloaders (who normally use only a very small portion of their upload bandwidth capacity). This feature was created by John "TheSHAD0W" Hoffman, who created BitTornado.[21]. From version 5.0 onward the Mainline BitTorrent client also supports web seeds and the BitTorrent web site has a simple publishing tool that creates web seeded torrents. µTorrent added support for web seeds in version 1.7. The latest version of the popular download manager GetRight supports downloading a file from both HTTP/FTP protocols and using BitTorrent. Broadcatching combines RSS with the BitTorrent protocol to create a content delivery system, further simplifying and automating content distribution. Steve Gillmor explained the concept in a column for Ziff-Davis in December, 2003.[22] The discussion spread quickly among bloggers (Techdirt, Ernest Miller, Chris Pirillo, etc.). In an article entitled Broadcatching with BitTorrent, Scott Raymond explained: I want RSS feeds of BitTorrent files. A script would periodically check the feed for new items, and use them to start the download. Then, I could find a trusted publisher of an Alias RSS feed, and 'subscribe' to all new episodes of the show, which would then start downloading automatically — like the 'season pass' feature of the TiVo. —[23] The RSS feed will track the content, while BitTorrent ensures content integrity with cryptographic hashing of all data, so subscribers to a feed receive uncorrupted content. An early implementor of this approach is the IPTV show mariposaHD, which uses BitTorrent to distribute large (2-4 GB) WMVHD files of high-definition video. One of the first software clients (free and open source) for broadcatching is Miro. Other free software clients such as PenguinTV and KatchTV are also now supporting broadcatching. The BitTorrent web-service MoveDigital has the ability to make torrents available to any web application capable of parsing XML through its standard Representational State Transfer (REST) based interface.[24] Additionally, Torrenthut is developing a similar torrent API that will provide the same features, as well as further intuition to help bring the torrent community to Web 2.0 standards. Alongside this release is a first PHP application built using the API called PEP, which will parse any Really Simple Syndication (RSS 2.0) feed and automatically create and seed a torrent for each enclosure found in that feed.[25] [edit] Encryption Main article: BitTorrent protocol encryption Some ISPs throttle BitTorrent traffic of their customers because it makes up a large proportion of total traffic and the ISPs don't want to spend money purchasing extra capacity.[26] Protocol header encrypt (PHE) and Message stream encryption/Protocol encryption (MSE/PE) are features of some BitTorrent clients that attempt to make BitTorrent hard to detect and throttle. At the moment Azureus, Bitcomet, KTorrent, Transmission, Deluge, µTorrent, rtorrent and the latest official BitTorrent client (v6) support MSE/PE encryption. In September 2006 it was reported that some software could detect and throttle BitTorrent traffic masquerading as HTTP traffic.[27] Reports in August 2007 indicated that Comcast was preventing BitTorrent seeding by monitoring and interfering with the communication between peers. Protection against these efforts is provided by proxying the client-tracker traffic through the Tor anonymity network or, via an encrypted tunnel to a point outside of the Comcast network.[28] In general, although encryption can make it difficult to determine what is being shared, BitTorrent is generally vulnerable to traffic analysis. Thus even with MSE/PE, it may be possible for an ISP to recognize BitTorrent and also to determine that a system is no longer downloading, only uploading, information and terminate its connection by injecting TCP RST (reset flag) packets. [edit] Multitracker Another unofficial feature is an extension to the BitTorrent metadata format proposed by John Hoffman[29] and implemented by several indexing websites. It allows the use of multiple trackers per file, so if one tracker fails, others can continue supporting file transfer. It is implemented in several clients, such as BitComet, BitTornado, KTorrent and µTorrent. Trackers are placed in groups, or tiers, with a tracker randomly chosen from the top tier and tried, moving to the next tier if all the trackers in the top tier fail. Torrents with multiple trackers[30] can decrease the time it takes to download a file, but also has a few consequences: Users have to contact more trackers, leading to more overhead-traffic. Torrents from closed trackers suddenly become downloadable by non-members, as they can connect to a seed via an open tracker. [edit] Implementations Main article: Comparison of BitTorrent software Because of the open nature of the protocol, many clients have been developed that support numerous platforms and written using various programming languages. The official client is also named BitTorrent. Some clients, like Torrentflux, can be run straight from a server, allowing hosting companies to offer speeds unavailable to most users. Sites such as Torrent2FTP offer services to download torrents and then make them available to the customer on a FTP server. Opera Software now incorporates BitTorrent downloads through its popular browser software[31], as does Wyzo. An increasing number of hardware devices are being made to support BitTorrent. These include routers and NAS devices. ADS NAS BYOD NAS Asus WL-500gP WiFi router Asus WL-700gE WiFi router Coolmax CN-570 BYOD NAS Freecom: Freecom Storage Gateway / DataTank Gateway / Network Drive Pro QNAP TS-101 (Uses myBittorrent's search engine) Synology (a number of their products) Thecus YES Box N2100 BYOD NAS As well as anything capable of running OpenWrt (routers) or Openslug (NAS) like the NSLU2 [edit] Development An as yet (2 February]], [[2008) unimplemented unofficial feature is Similarity Enhanced Transfer (SET), a technique for improving the speed at which peer-to-peer file sharing and content distribution systems can share data. SET, proposed by researchers Pucha, Andersen, and Kaminsky, works by spotting chunks of identical data in files that are an exact or near match to the one needed and transferring these data to the client if the 'exact' data are not present. Their experiments suggested that SET will help greatly with less popular files, but not as much for popular data, where many peers are already downloading it.[32] Andersen believes that this technique could be immediately used by developers with the BitTorrent file sharing system.


Quotations about God Any fool can count the seeds in an apple. Only God can count all the apples in one seed. ~Robert H. Schuller Every evening I turn my worries over to God. He's going to be up all night anyway. ~Mary C. Crowley God loves each of us as if there were only one of us. ~St. Augustine Young man, young man, your arm's too short to box with God. ~James Weldon Johnson God understands our prayers even when we can't find the words to say them. ~Author Unknown What we are is God's gift to us. What we become is our gift to God. ~Eleanor Powell A man with God is always in the majority. ~John Knox Certain thoughts are prayers. There are moments when, whatever be the attitude of the body, the soul is on its knees. ~Victor Hugo You can tell the size of your God by looking at the size of your worry list. The longer your list, the smaller your God. ~Author Unknown Maybe the atheist cannot find God for the same reason a thief cannot find a policeman. ~Author Unknown I don't know if God exists, but it would be better for His reputation if He didn't. ~Jules Renard A man can no more diminish God's glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word, 'darkness' on the walls of his cell. ~C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain The soul can split the sky in two and let the face of God shine through. ~Edna St. Vincent Millay God is not a cosmic bellboy for whom we can press a button to get things done. ~Harry Emerson Fosdick The feeling remains that God is on the journey, too. ~Teresa of Avila God's last name is not "Dammit." ~Author Unknown Once one has seen God, what is the remedy? ~Sylvia Plath, "Mystic" As the poet said, "Only God can make a tree" - probably because it's so hard to figure out how to get the bark on. ~Woody Allen Clearly, God is a Democrat. ~Patrick Caddell God: The most popular scapegoat for our sins. ~Mark Twain But I always think that the best way to know God is to love many things. ~Vincent van Gogh, Dear Theo: An Autobiography of Vincent van Gogh, 1937 No matter how much I prove and prod, I cannot quite believe in God; But oh, I hope to God that He Unswervingly believes in me. ~E.Y. Harburg, attributed People see God every day, they just don't recognize him. ~Pearl Bailey How tired God must be of guilt and loneliness, for that is all we ever bring to Him. ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Neurotic's Notebook, 1960 God's will is not an itinerary, but an attitude. ~Andrew Dhuse Let God's promises shine on your problems. ~Corrie Ten Boom How can I believe in God when just last week I got my tongue caught in the roller of an electric typewriter? ~Woody Allen, "Selections from the Allen Notebooks," Without Feathers, 1975 I just hope God does not get bored of dreaming me. ~Author Unknown By night, an atheist half believes in God. ~Edward Young, Night Thoughts Experience has repeatedly confirmed that well-known maxim of Bacon's that "a little philosophy inclineth a man's mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy bringeth men's minds about to religion." At the same time, when Bacon penned that sage epigram... he forgot to add that the God to whom depth in philosophy brings back men's minds is far from being the same from whom a little philosophy estranges them. ~George Santayana You found God? If nobody claims him in thirty days, he's yours! ~Author Unknown When I saw others straining toward God, I did not understand it, for though I may have had him less than they did, there was no one blocking the way between him and me, and I could reach his heart easily. It is up to him, after all, to have us, our part consists of almost solely in letting him grasp us. ~Rainer Maria Rilke, Rilke and Benvenuta: An Intimate Correspondence God's gifts put man's best dreams to shame. ~Elizabeth Barrett Browning I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much. ~Mother Teresa We strive to be God's worthy audience. ~Candea Core-Starke I wear a coat of angels' breath and warm myself with His love. ~Emme Woodhull-Bäche I simply haven't the nerve to imagine a being, a force, a cause which keeps the planets revolving in their orbits, and then suddenly stops in order to give me a bicycle with three speeds. ~Quentin Crisp Prayer is when you talk to God; meditation is when you listen to God. ~Diana Robinson Weave in faith and God will find the thread. ~Author Unknown When we can't piece together the puzzle of our own lives, remember the best view of a puzzle is from above. Let Him help put you together. ~Amethyst Snow-Rivers They say that God is everywhere, and yet we always think of Him as somewhat of a recluse. ~Emily Dickinson If you don't know what's meant by God, watch a forsythia branch or a lettuce leaf sprout. ~Martin H. Fischer Some stand on tiptoe trying to reach God to talk to him - you try too hard, friend - drop to your knees and listen to him, he'll hear you better that way. ~Ever Garrison God: a disease we imagine we are cured of because no one dies of it nowadays. ~E.M. Cioran, The Trouble with Being Born, 1973 It is easy to understand God as long as you don't try to explain him. ~Joseph Joubert Some of God's greatest gifts are unanswered prayers. ~Garth Brooks God is a sort of burglar. As a young man you knock him down; as an old man you try to conciliate him, because he may knock you down. ~H. Beerbohm-Tree Chance is perhaps the pseudonym of God when he did not want to sign. ~Anatole France, Le jardin d'Epicure How idle it is to call certain things God-sends! as if there was anything else in the world. ~Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare, Guesses at Truth, by Two Brothers, 1827 God enters by a private door into each individual. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson


It is easy to prove to yourself that God is imaginary. The evidence is all around you. Here are 50 simple proofs: 1. Try praying 2. Statistically analyze prayer 3. Look at all historical gods 4. Think about science 5. Read the Bible 6. Ponder God's plan 7. Understand religious delusion 8. Think about Near Death Experiences 9. Understand ambiguity 10. Watch the offering plate 11. Notice that there is no scientific evidence 12. See the magic 13. Take a look at slavery 14. Examine Jesus' miracles 15. Examine Jesus' resurrection 16. Contemplate the contradictions 17. Think about Leprechauns 18. Imagine heaven 19. Notice that you ignore Jesus 20. Notice your church 21. Understand Jesus' core message 22. Count all the people God wants to murder 23. Listen to the Doxology 24. Ask why religion causes so many problems 25. Understand evolution and abiogenesis 26. Notice that the Bible's author is not "all-knowing" 27. Think about life after death 28. Notice how many gods you reject 29. Think about communion 30. Examine God's sexism 31. Understand that religion is superstition 32. Talk to a theologian 33. Contemplate the crucifixion 34. Examine your health insurance policy 35. Notice Jesus' myopia 36. Realize that God is impossible 37. Think about DNA 38. Contemplate the divorce rate among Christians 39. Realize that Jesus was a jerk 40. Understand Christian motivations 41. Flip a coin 42. Listen when "God talks" 43. Realize that a "hidden God" is impossible 44. Think about a Christian housewife 45. Consider Noah's Ark 46. Ponder Pascal's Wager 47. Contemplate Creation 48. Compare prayer to a lucky horseshoe 49. Look at who speaks for God 50. Ask Jesus to appear