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Random thought

There is something beyond our human understanding that we may never reach. Some people may keep exploring, some may keep arguing and some may stay at bay; this is the way we are living and moving in this endless wonderful universe. Life is a play and you a have role in it, it’s up to you which character you want to play and how much you can dedicate yourself to your character. In the end what matters most, is how well did you live and how much you have shared with the world around you; so that after the end of the play somewhere you still be remained in this world, in your world, in the world around you.

look, just look how wonderful is this universe and we all are part of it, living on the earth under the same sky!

Something about the internet

What is the Internet, exactly?

To some of us, the Internet is where we stay in touch with friends, get the news, shop, and play games. To some others, the Internet can mean their local broadband providers, or the underground wires and fiber-optic cables that carry data back and forth across cities and oceans. Isn’t it?

But Here’s something more about internet!

The internet, a helpful place to start is near the Very Beginning: 1974. That was the year that a few smart computer researchers invented something called the Internet Protocol Suite, or TCP/IP for short. TCP/IP created a set of rules that allowed computers to “talk” to each other and send information back and forth. TCP/IP is somewhat like human communication: when we speak to each other, the rules of grammar provide structure to language and ensure that we can understand each other and exchange ideas. Similarly, TCP/IP provides the rules of communication that ensure interconnected devices understand each other so that they can send information back and forth. As that group of interconnected devices grew from one room to many rooms and then to many buildings, and then to many cities and countries; the Internet was born.

The early creators of the Internet discovered that data and information could be sent more efficiently when broken into smaller chunks, sent separately, and reassembled. Those chunks are called packets. So when you send an email across the Internet, your full email message is broken down into packets, sent to your recipient, and reassembled. The same thing happens when you watch a video on a website like YouTube; the video files are segmented into data packets that can be sent from multiple YouTube servers around the world and reassembled to form the video that you watch through your browser. Bandwidth, this term tells you about the speed of your internet connection. If traffic on the Internet were assumed to a stream of water, the Internet’s bandwidth is equivalent to the amount of water that flows through the stream per second. So when you hear engineers talking about bandwidth, what they’re really referring to is the amount of data that can be sent over your Internet connection per second. This is an indication of how fast your connection is.

At last, the Internet is a fascinating and highly technical system, and yet for most of us today, it’s a user-friendly world where we don’t even think about the wires and equations involved. The Internet is also the backbone that allows the World Wide Web that we know and love to exist: with an Internet connection, we can access an open, ever-growing universe of interlinked web pages and applications. In fact, there are probably as many pages on the web today as there are neurons in your brain, as there are stars in the Milky Way!

Random thought

“One of the advantages of reading fiction is that you get to experience someone else’s imaginary world and you paint that world with your own choice of colors.”

Random thought

“What i have experienced is that your power of thinking gets more imaginative and precise when you are not surrounded by anyone except peace.”

Random thought

“when the most corrupted politicians are elected as our representatives who don’t deserve to be, then there’s a some ratio of contribution by all the wise people who don’t vote”