If you’re a sucker for notification like the likes of us, then you don’t want notifications on your phone which are undeserving of your precious attention.
This is a very simple way to disable notification for any (not all) app which is installed on your Android device.
Since some time, I have been liking the idea of wearing glasses. I mean the look and feel of having glasses on me and I was thinking to get a pair with zero correction.
Yesterday on August 1, 2014 I received my first eye sight correction glasses from a local optical business. A day before, I went for an eye sight test, having them checked for the first time with serious machinery. I was surprised to have a high number on it. That made me ask a series of questions and I also shared all the information with the person in charge about daily pain in the eyes and irritation when I’m out doors.
Short story shorter, got lenses, got frame and got them in a single blue black piece. Looks good. I also look good in them. FTW! :)
Goto this page https://www.facebook.com/[your_page_name_or_id]/settings?tab=notifications
Alternatively, you can follow path to your Page, then Settings, then Notifications.
How to get this wallpaper.
1. Download the wallpaper from here.
2. or Right click on the wallpaper thumbnail on right side and save it.
I have been using this method from a year, and this recent question by a friend on Facebook has made me write this post to share this little Chrome trick, so that you can do your future Domain name Whois checks faster in your browser.
Yesterday, a guy I know called me up from his office, asking how to share a PDF file which was password protected with someone else, without the password protection.
After viewing a same image of calendar for the year of 2012, from somewhere online, I went on to create it’s HTML, CSS version, and I’m sharing it here with you.
I published this online sometime in March 2013. I really liked the color combinations and how this whole thing looks on a desktop.
How it Looks
It’s HTML, CSS, JS Version
You can view this calendar’s online version — here
I hope you like it on your PC.
P.S. — The rights of the original design are reserved with its original creator, not me.
You can quickly check which devices are connected to your MTNL WiFi modem with this bookmark in your web browser.