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Award / Re: My Award, My Mother's Smile
« on: October 20, 2010, 12:04:34 AM »
Actually when we have done better something, our parents are become very happy than others cause they are our best friend. All time they pray for us. We should not do anything which is painful for our parents. Always we should try to keep them happy. Smiling face of parents is so much precious to the child. I'm also very happy to get a certificate. When I took it from our honorable Chairman sir, I felt so happy.

Our DIU forum always give us many advantages which is better in our life. Specially I give thanks to our honorable Chairman sir for his nice thinking & also thanks to our all member of forum for their outstanding performance.

Best of luck Shahin.

Good wishes for our DIU forum.

Environmental Science and Disaster Management / Re: Global warming
« on: October 18, 2010, 08:07:09 AM »
Day by day we have faced many natural disaster for global warming. Global warming is affecting many parts of the world.  Global warming makes the sea rise, and when the sea rises, the water covers many low land islands.  This is a big problem for many of the plants,  animals, and people on islands.  The water covers the plants and causes some of them to die.  When they die, the animals lose a source of food, along with their habitat.  Although animals have a better ability to adapt to what happens than plants do, they may die also.  When the plants and animals die, people lose two sources of food, plant food and animal food.  They may also lose their homes.  As a result, they would also have to leave the area or die.  This would be called a break in the food chain, or a chain reaction, one thing happening that leads to another and so on.

How to Prevent Global Warming:
Global warming refers to the Earth's air and oceans gradually heating up to a point that disrupts balance, a problem that is continually getting worse. It sounds like a problem too massive for any one individual to take on, but it really isn't. Combining any few of these suggestions can make more of a dramatic effect than most people understand. The goal is to emit less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.


# Drive less. Take bikes, walk or carpool whenever possible.
# Consider investing in a hybrid or electric vehicle to help prevent against further global warming.
# Replace all the light bulbs in and around your home with energy-efficient fluorescents that use fewer watts for the same amount of light.
# Clean or replace your filters monthly.
# Choose energy-efficient appliances when it's time to buy new ones.
# Decrease your air travel.
# Wash clothes in cold water and line-dry whenever possible.
# Use a low-flow shower head, which will lessen the hot water used but not drop your water pressure in the shower.
# Cut down on your garbage-buy fewer packaged materials to prevent further global warming.
# Unplug electronics when they are not in use, because they still take up energy. At the very least, turn items off when they're not being used.
# Run the dishwasher and clothes washer only when you have a full load, and if available, use the energy-saving setting.
# Insulate your home better, and don't forget to repair or replace worn caulking or weather-stripping. Insulate your water heater.
# Buy recycled paper products and recycle as much of your waste as possible.
# Bring your own reusable canvas grocery bags when grocery shopping.
# Plant a tree.
# Have an energy audit done on your home so you can find the trouble areas and fix them.
# Use nontoxic cleaning products.
# Shop locally for food. A farmer's market is an excellent place to visit. And choose fresh food over frozen foods. Fresh takes less energy to produce.
# Keep your car tuned up, and check tire pressure often to save gas.
# Eat less meat and more organic foods in your diet to do your part in preventing global warming.

Read more: How to Prevent Global Warming |

Real Estate / Re: Theme of World Habitat Day
« on: October 17, 2010, 08:23:35 AM »

2010    Digital Bangladesh........ :)

Career Planning / Re: Loose Talk: Impact on Life and Career
« on: October 16, 2010, 12:40:50 AM »
Thank you dear Raju sir,
It's a good news for us that CDC is going to publish an electronic newsletter in regular basis where we will be able to express our thoughts globally. If we will be able to express our thoughts, so I think one day we will be  successful person.

Pharmacy / Re: 5 Drinks That Help You Calm Down
« on: October 16, 2010, 12:11:23 AM »
All of these are useful for our body.

Real Estate / Re: About eve teasing
« on: October 15, 2010, 12:29:40 AM »
Thanks Mr. Lincon for discussing about an important topic. This a insulting matter for our nation. Our young generation have many responsibilities to protect this problem.

Sports Zone / Re: Bangladesh VS New Zealand Series
« on: October 15, 2010, 12:15:03 AM »
"Sabash Bangladesh........."

Best of luck.

IT Forum / Re: What Is Cloud Computing?
« on: October 15, 2010, 12:11:41 AM »
Everybody is sure that cloud computing is key to the future of IT, but people often seem unsure quite what it is. In fact, it's an umbrella term for a number of different trends, all involving the internet and its potential to simplify the way we use computers and extend their capabilities.

The "cloud" is the internet, and the term is fitting – it's large, out there somewhere, and fuzzy at the edges. Cloud computing is about putting more of your material out there and less on PCs or servers that a business runs for itself.

You can do this in many ways, but with every vendor claiming to do cloud computing in some form it has become confusing. It is worth understanding terms such as Saas (software-as-a- service) and Pass (platform-as a-service) so as to evaluate vendor claims. There are radical differences between the various forms of cloud computing, and they do not all offer the same benefits.

Below and in the accompanying glossary we attempt to answer common questions and explain baffling terms about this new area of computing.

Q: What's the point of cloud computing?
Reasons vary, but often include the desire to outsource the maintenance burden of servers and applications; the need to scale systems up or down on demand; the benefit of being able to access your data from anywhere with an internet connection; and the ability to replace occasional heavy expenditure on IT with regular and predictable operational expenditure.

Q: What is utility computing?
The idea that businesses should not be spending effort and money on installing and maintaining complex hardware and applications, when a specialist can supply those same services on a pay-as- you-go basis. Businesses do not generally generate their own power – utilities are bought when needed. In the same way, the argument runs, essential IT services can be managed better externally.

Q: What is software-as-a-service (SaaS)?
Pre-baked services that you access simply by navigating there in a web browser. Google Mail and Google Docs are examples of this kind of cloud computing.

Q: What is platform-as-a-service (PaaS)?

A set of lower-level services such as an operating system or computer language interpreter or web server offered by a cloud provider, on which developers can build custom applications. Microsoft Windows Azure and Google App Engine are examples of PaaS.

Q: What is infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)?
Provision of servers or virtual servers that organisations use on a pay-as- you-go basis. Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is an example of IaaS. In practice, cloud suppliers often provide additional services alongside IaaS offerings, so the boundary between IaaS and PaaS is ill-defined.

Q: What is a rich internet application (RIA)?
Modern web browsers have fast script engines and rich graphics and plug-ins, such as Adobe Flash, to extend their capabilities. A rich internet application has applications running in the browser that have rich graphics and the kind of sophisticated user interface that at one time would only have been possible in a locally installed desktop application. The term was made popular by Adobe for applications using its Flash plug-in, but it is also sometimes used to describe advanced HTML applications.

Q: What is multi-tenancy?
Cloud-hosted applications where multiple customers share a single application, even though they only have access to their own data. is an example. Multi- tenancy is the most cost-effective form of cloud computing, since the software itself is shared.

Q: What is the difference between public, private and hybrid clouds?
Some organisations, especially larger ones, want the benefits of cloud computing but without the risks inherent in trusting their data to a third party. They can achieve this by creating a cloud-like infrastructure in their own data centre. This is called a private cloud. The public cloud refers to providers such as Amazon, Google and, whose shared services are available to all. A hybrid approach uses both public and private services.

Q: What is virtualisation?
Emulating computer hardware in software, so that one or more emulated computers can run simultaneously on a single physical computer. This is a boon for cloud computing: service providers can use hardware efficiently by running many virtual servers on each machine in a data centre. Sometimes virtual machines can be moved between company premises and cloud providers.

Q: Is cloud computing green?
Cloud computing goes some way towards solving a problem called under- utilisation, where servers run constantly with little computing load, wasting money and power. Service providers use virtualisation and other techniques to make full use of their hardware. The downside is that these datacentres are power-hungry, and we are using more of them as demand grows. The hope is that a new generation of more efficient super computers will make cloud computing a truly green option.

Q: What is Amazon's cloud computing platform like?

At first glance it seems odd that an online retailer has become a major cloud computing provider. The rationale is that Amazon took techniques for massive scaling learned from its e-commerce experience and applied them to a service offered to others at commodity prices. Services include the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) for virtual servers running Linux or Windows, and the Simple Storage Service (S3) for storing files in the cloud. Other services include database and payment services. It is a developer platform, not one with applications ready to run.

Q: What is Google's cloud computing platform like?
It includes email; online documents – spreadsheet, word processor, and presentation graphics – stored on the cloud and edited in the browser; mapping services; payments; and a platform for custom applications written in one of two programming languages: Python or Java.

Q: What is Microsoft's cloud computing platform like?
Microsoft makes most of its money from traditional desktop software, Windows and Office. Nevertheless, it has developed its own cloud platform, including free consumer services such as email, blogging and online file storage under the Windows Live brand. The platform also includes hosted versions of its business servers such as Exchange for email and SharePoint for collaboration under the BPOS (Business Productivity Online Standard Suite), and a platform for custom applications, called Windows Azure, which also offers online file storage and database services. In addition, Microsoft offers software to organisations building their own cloud platforms.

Q: What is the cloud computing platform like?

The core of the platform is a multi- tenanted application for customer relationship management (CRM). It has extended this with a platform for custom applications called, which uses its own unique programming language called Apex. Most recently it has added integration with social media such as Twitter and Facebook, and the ability to run enterprise applications in Java thanks to a partnership with VMware, a specialist in virtualisation.

Q: What are the risks?
Cloud computing has real benefits, but there are also reasons for caution. Risks include loss of service if your provider has downtime or goes out of business, regulatory problems when personal data is stored internationally, security concerns when users lose control of how their data is protected, one-sided service agreements that give users little redress in the event of a calamity, and lock-in dependency on proprietary cloud applications.

Career Jokes / Re: Office Jokes
« on: October 14, 2010, 06:30:26 AM »
How funny... :D :D :D

Thanks Mr. lemon for your nice reply that,


Be Alert / Re: The Negative Effects of Facebook
« on: October 14, 2010, 06:22:19 AM »
Thank you for your suggestion. It's true that our DIU forum is also enjoyable place, where we can share our feelings, ideas etc. So again Welcome in  DIU Forum !!!!

We should to eat minimum one kind of fruit in a day. Fruits can keep our body strong. But price of the fruit of our country very high. So that sometimes common people can't buy these fruits.

Really all of these item so useful for our health. Sometimes when I suffer cold, then I drink ginger tea.

Thank you sir for your important tips.

So amazing !!!!!!!

How many wonderful creation there like these....!!!

Programming Competition / Re: Great Opportunity for Female Students
« on: October 13, 2010, 02:29:04 AM »
It's really good news for female students....

Debate Forum / Re: How to make a debate automatically?
« on: October 13, 2010, 02:21:31 AM »
I told it debate place cause here which I say, may everyone agree with me or sometimes they are not agree with my comments. If I'll give wrong information, obviously everyone will disagree with me. My thought & your thought may can be different. In this matter, I will express or share my views & you will share your views. So, it seems to me as like as debate place.

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