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"I maintain that Truth is a pathless land, and you cannot approach it by any path whatsoever, by any religion, by any sect. Truth, being limitless, unconditioned, unapproachable by any path whatsoever, cannot be organized; nor should any organization be formed to lead or to coerce people along any particular path. You must climb towards the Truth. It cannot be 'stepped down' or organized for you." - author: Jiddu Krishnamurthi

Saturday, April 30, 2005

Removing Spyware - Part 2

Sometimes you do whatever you can to get a job done and find yourself doing it the hard way. Trials and errors, hard work, long hours etc... Then after some time you find that someone created something that makes your job a whole lot easier. Hmmm all this trouble for nothing you'll say??? Well EXPERIENCE my friend, its all called experience, cause what you gained in terms of knowledge making it the hard way IS something. Or is it really that i'm trying to convince my conscience that all this was not time wasted. Hmmm I wonder.... what my mind has to say about it...

Well anyways, removing spyware has become a lot more easier these days than my manual routine. Thanks Gates/God or is it the same for us computer users... The creator creates our environment after all and i think that my Visual Studio.Net IDE was developed by HIM and his disciples. I'll need to give this a good thought some day and question my rather atheistic point of view of life :)

Just to mention that its for genuine Microsoft Windows Users, check the link you'll know what i'm talking about. In other words it won't run for cracked or pirated Windows version. I've personally tested it on a Genuine Licensed version of Windows and did not dare testing it on a cracked one for now. So check out this new software from Microsoft itself. Its called Microsoft AntiSpyware. Happy killing... ermmm Spyware Removing!!!

Friday, April 22, 2005

My Vacation

For some time now i've been longing to have some good vacation. We all need an escape from our daily routine, not a mere one, but a real shaking escape. One that makes us feel like living again. Its this type of routine breaker that we should go for and it rejuvenate the mind and gives a new kickstart.

Like a computer, the human body but mostly the human mind needs to be reset at times to free up memory locations, dump unnecessary files and start as fresh. Our sleep nowadays are merely equivalent to hibernate mode of an XP running PC. So what we really need is a fresh reboot. For this, I believe that one needs to cut contact with the physical world of one's routine, forget troubles and pains and take some time to reset the brain. Thats what I did for a few days and the result is an astonishingly new joy of living. Accumulated routine makes the brain dull, we need to break it every now and then, but particular attention should be brought not to make breaking the routine a routine itself :)

So this time, my routine breaker has been a few days at The Berjaya Hotel which is in the southeast of Mauritius. Nice and cozy place, nice food, nice service and interesting sea activities. This link gives adequate information of the hotel: http://www.berjaya-mauritius.com

Here are some pics: