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In Memoriam: A Tribute To Stephen Hawking


“However bad life may seem, there is always something you can do, and succeed at. While there’s life, there is hope.” – Dr Stephen Hawking

When I woke up this morning, I woke up from a dream which consisted of a very strange set of events that shivered down my spine as I was roused from a sleepy unconsciousness.When I was back in the real world just seconds later and the head line was splashed over my facebook home page.
“A beautiful mind lost: Scientist Stephen Hawking has died aged 76”


The iconic physicist Stephen William Hawking was a pioneer in the field of cosmology.The next great theoretical physicist after Albert Einstein. But he wasn’t just a great cosmologist. He was a great philosophist also.His ideas and attitude toward life have inspired millions of people to live life to the fullest.

Can you just imagine, a young man, with zest and dreams for life, being diagonised with the motor-neuron disease which would probably leave him paralysed for life? He was actually told that he only had two years to live.

He could have given up on life, on everything. But he didn’t. He chose to fight back, chose not to let his disability affect his dreams.


Stephen Hawking was a man who sought knowledge, who sought to battle his illness and make certain his life was not the one that was wasted. He did that, he did that a thousand times over.Hawking taught me one thing that: though life is fragile.Just wait to take a snap and one day it will happen.Stephen Hawking may have not beaten death, but surely he beat the hell out of life.He passed his voice to us, so that we may speak up and people may listen.

He is no more but the impact which he left behind that will never go.
May his soul rest in peace.

WhatsApp Business


WhatsApp has recently introduced its standalone app to aid small businesses to interact with customers efficiently by using tools to automate, sort, and quickly respond to messages called the WhatsApp Business, the app is available for free download exclusively on the Google Play Store in selected countries. Apple users will have to wait for a while as the iOS version of the app is expected to roll out soon.

The official launch of the standalone app is the result of WhatsApp for Business initiative announced first in September last year. The WhatsApp Business app is available for free download in Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the UK, and the US and will be soon made available worldwide.


WhatsApp already has a vast 1.3 billion monthly active users in its hold, who will be able to communicate and connect with the businesses that matter to them using the new Business app. The customers can help themselves with useful information such as a business description, email or store addresses and website of the business they are interested in. The app is initially free but WhatsApp has hinted its plans on monetising it in the future.

Similar to creating a business page on Facebook, the WhatsApp Business app will require the businesses to develop their business page, with information including a description of the business, store address and website along with contact information like email, telephone etc. The app allows for customizable messaging tools like quick replies to FAQs, greeting or introduction messages to introduce the business to customers and automated responses to let them know you’re away.

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For the general users, WhatsApp says in a blog post that, “people can continue using WhatsApp as usual – there’s no need to download anything new. And people will continue to have full control over the messages they receive, with the ability to block any number, including businesses, as well as report spam.”

A business account will need to be confirmed by WhatsApp, which will get highlighted with an icon, much similar to verified Facebook pages with a checkmark next to the name so people would be sure that they are communicating with a trusted merchant.

“The secret of change is to focus all your energy not on fighting the old but on building the new.”–Socrates

Working With XAMPP

After installing xampp,just go to the location where you installed XAMPP (usually C:\Program Files\xampp) and double click on XAMPP Control Panel (xampp-control.exe). This will bring you following screen. Click on Start buttons next to Apache and MySQL for starting them.

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Once opened, you will see XAMPP icon on the right of your task bar. Clicking on that icon will show/hide XAMPP control panel. To exit from XAMPP,click on Exit button in XAMPP Control Panel.

Making Requests to the Server:

Once you started Apache in control panel,type http://localhost in your web browser. This would bring you a web page that lists XAMPP related details.

Putting files in Web Folder:

Under XAMPP root directory there is a folder called htdocs(C:\Program Files\xampp\htdocs).That’s where you should put your web site related files.For each web site you create, it’s better to create a folder inside htdocs folder and then put content inside that to avoid conflicts.

For an example, you can create a folder called learnphp inside htdocs folder and put welcome.php inside that. Then you can access it via the URL http://localhost/learnphp/welcome.php. Now the root url of your website is http://localhost/learnphp.

Usually web servers have been configured to look for an index file (index.htm, index.html,index.php etc) in the root of the web site folder and show its content for the home page of the site. So,if you had a file called index.php inside learnphp,you would see its output once you typed http://localhost/learnphp/. Make sure you have only one index file in your web site to avoid conflicts.

Locations of Configuration Files:
In XAMPP,Apache,PHP and MySQL configurations files are located in following locations.

  • XAMPP installation directory as C:\Program Files\xampp
  • Apache Conf File(httpd.conf):C:\Program Files\xampp\apache \conf\httpd.conf
  • PHP Conf File(php.ini):C:\Program Files\xampp\apache\bin\php.ini
  • MySQL Conf File(my.cnf):C:\Program Files\xampp\mysql\bin\my.cnf

  • "Sometimes you can't see yourself clearly until you see yourself through the eyes of others." -- Ellen DeGeneres

    50 Killed as US-Bangla Flight Crashes at Kathmandu Airport

    I express my deep shock and sorrow at the loss of lives and injuries in the crash of an aircraft of US-Bangla Airlines and also pray for the eternal peace of the departed souls.I am from Bangladesh and it is hard to write about the pathetic news of my own country.

    The crashed aircraft was operated by US-Bangla Airlines as #BS211
    from Dhaka(Bangladesh) to Kathmandu(Nepal).

    Due to limited MLAT coverage,last position was calculated at 11,825 feet.

    A US- Bangla Airlines passenger aircraft that was carrying 71 on board including 4 crew members crashed on Monday at Nepal’s Kathmandu airport after it ‘became unstable’ while descending, reported news agency Reuters.Out of 71,33 were Nepali,32 were Bangladeshi,1 is Chinese,1 is Maldivian.

    Tribhuvan International Airport General Manager Raj Kumar Chhetri has confirmed it.

    According to news agency ANI, eight bodies have been recovered.However,more casualties are feared.

    A huge cloud of smoke was seen rising from the airport, say eyewitnesses. Flights to Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) are currently holding or are being diverted.

    Victims’ bodies have been recovered from the wreckage of the plane, an official told AFP. “We just pulled out dead bodies and injured from the debris,” government spokesman Narayan Prasad Duwadi said.

    An airport spokesperson told the Kathmandu Post there are fears of casualties. 17 injured passengers, however, have been rescued and sent to different hospitals for treatment.


    Continuous Improvement

    What is Continuous Improvement?

    Let’s define continuous improvement. Continuous improvement is a dedication to making small changes and improvements every day,with the expectation that those small improvements will add up to something significant.

    The typical approach to self-improvement is to set a large goal,then try to take big leaps in order to accomplish the goal in as little time as possible. While this may sound good in theory, it often ends in burnout,frustration and failure.Instead,we should focus on continuous improvement by slowly and slightly adjusting our normal everyday habits and behaviors.

    It is so easy to dismiss the value of making slightly better decisions on a daily basis. Sticking with the fundamentals is not impressive.Falling in love with boredom is not sexy. Getting one percent better isn’t going to make headlines.


    There is one thing about it though: it works.
    How Does Continuous Improvement Work?

    So often we convince ourselves that change is only meaningful if there is some large, visible outcome associated with it.Whether it is losing weight, building a business, traveling the world or any other goal,we often put pressure on ourselves to make some earth-shattering improvement that everyone will talk about.

    Meanwhile,improving by just 1 percent isn’t notable.But it can be just as meaningful,especially in the long run.

    In the beginning, there is basically no difference between making a choice that is 1 percent better or 1 percent worse.In other words, it won’t impact you very much today.But as time goes on, these small improvements or declines compound and you suddenly find a very big gap between people who make slightly better decisions on a daily basis and those who don’t.

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    Here’s the punchline:

    If you get one percent better each day for one year, you’ll end up thirty-seven times better by the time you’re done.

    This is why small choices don’t make much of a difference at the time but add up over the long-term.

    Five best motivational speeches of all time:

    1.Steve Jobs’2005 Stanford Commencement Address:

    This is one of the most emotional and inspiring speeches you’ll ever listen to. Although Jobs presented it way before TED talks became popular, you’ll notice it has a similar flow to an inspiring TED talk. It is relatively short, it has a theme, and it proves a point through a story.

    Through this speech, Jobs tells us how we can find triumph through struggle. Jobs gave this speech one year after he was diagnosed with cancer. He had surgery and he was fine at that point. That’s the most important part of this speech: understanding our time here is limited. What are we going to do with it? That’s what matters.

    2.Al Pacino’s Inch by Inch:

    Have you seen the movie Any Given Sunday? It’s a great one. The moment when Al Pacino gives one of the greatest speeches seen on the big screen is priceless. It’s not just a speech about football. It’s about winning. It’s about overcoming obstacles. It’s about becoming stronger. It’s about life in general!

    “… In either game life or football the margin for error is so small. I mean one-half step too late or too early you don’t quite make it. One-half second too slow or too fast and you don’t quite catch it. The inches we need are everywhere around us. They are in every break of the game, every minute, every second.” That’s only a part of this great speech. Funny enough, it starts with “I don’t know what to say, really.”

    3.J.K. Rowling’s Harvard Commencement Speech:

    This one will make you laugh at first. J.K Rowling has a rare talent to make the listeners laugh and think at the same time. At one point, the writer gets serious and gives out the main point of this speech: sharing things she wishes she had known at her own graduation, and the important lessons she has learned between that day and the day of the speech.

    There’s one aspect of this speech that makes it different from most others on our list: the talk about poverty. The writer tells the truth about it. There’s no romanticizing of poverty. As she says, only fools do that. This situation entails fear, stress, and depression… “it means a thousand petty humiliations and hardships.” However, what she feared most for herself when she was young wasn’t poverty. It was a failure.

    Essentially, this is a speech about the benefits of failure. Yes, there is such thing as a benefit from failure. J.K. Rowling is a living proof for that.

    4.Bill Gates’ Harvard Commencement Address 2007:

    “I’ve been waiting more than 30 years to say this: ‘Dad, I always told you I’d come back and get my degree.’” That’s one of the funniest parts of this speech. Gates didn’t graduate. He is Harvard’s most successful dropout. He makes a big point, though: the fact that he dropped out doesn’t make academic life less of an important experience. Gates used to sit in on classes he hadn’t even signed up for.

    As he says in his speech, one of his most precious memories of Harvard is being in the midst of so much energy and intelligence. Education is important, and it is a privilege. However, getting to know the wider world is also important, even though it’s shocking for the most part.

    5.Jim Carrey’s Commencement Address at the 2014 MUM Graduation:

    You would expect a funny speech from one of the funniest men on Earth, wouldn’t you? Well, here is a surprise: Jim Carrey is deep. This speech is enlightening, to say the least. The main message is to choose love over fear.

    And yes, the speech is funny. It’s Jim Carrey, after all. However, it’s also very, very serious. “I am here to plant a seed that will inspire you to move forward in life with enthusiastic hearts and a clear sense of wholeness.”

    Even if you take the safe route through life,you might fail.If you follow your dreams, you might fail, too. But, you might achieve them – and that’s what makes the difference. In the speech, Jim shares an example: his father. He could have been a great comedian, but he made a safe choice: accounting. When Kim was 12 years old, his father lost that job that was supposed to be safe. That was the point when the actor learned the most important lesson in life: “… You can fail at what you don’t want, so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love.”

    Getting Started PHP

    Getting Started with PHP

    Here, you will learn how easy it is to create dynamic web pages using PHP. Before that, be sure to have a code editor.Here are few:

    • Notepad++
    • TextWrangler
    • Coda
    • Sublime Text
    • TextMate
    • Vim
    • Brackets

    I am using Sublime Text.OK, let’s get straight into it.
    Setting Up a Local Web Server

    PHP script execute on a web server running PHP. So before you start writing any PHP program you need the following program installed on your computer.

    • The Apache Web server
    • The PHP engine
    • The MySQL database server

    You can either install them individually or choose a pre-configured package for your operating system like Linux and Windows. Popular pre-configured package are XAMPP and WampServer.I am using XAMPPServer.

    XamppServer is a Windows web development environment. It allows you to create web aplications with Apache2, PHP and a MySQL database. It will also provide the MySQL administrative tool PhpMyAdmin to easily manage your databases using a web browser.
    The official website for downloading and installation instructions for the XamppServer:


    “Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out.”
    John Wooden

    PHP Fundamental Tutorial


    PHP Introduction

    First of all,be sure to have some working knowledge of HTML and CSS.I am new to php.So the moto of making this tutorial is about learning.Yes,I am always learning.So I thought that I will share and describe everything with you whatever i will learn.So let’s started:

    PHP is an HTML-embedded Web scripting language. This means PHP code can be inserted into the HTML of a Web page. When a PHP page is accessed, the PHP code is read or “parsed” by the server the page resides on. The output from the PHP functions on the page are typically returned as HTML code, which can be read by the browser. Because the PHP code is transformed into HTML before the page is loaded, users cannot view the PHP code on a page. This make PHP pages secure enough to access databases and other secure information.

    PHP scripts are executed on the web server and the result is sent to the browser.

    PHP can be integrated with the number of popular databases including

    • MySQL
    • PostgreSQL
    • Oracle
    • Sybase
    • Informix
    • Microsoft SQL Server

    What You Can Do with PHP:

    There are lot more things you can do with PHP.

    • You can generate dynamic pages and files.
    • You can create, open, read, write and close files on the server.
    • You can collect data from a web form such as user information, email, credit card information and much more.
    • You can send emails to the users of your website.
    • You can send and receive cookies to track the visitor of your website.
    • You can store, delete, and modify information in your database.
    • You can restrict unauthorized access to your website.
    • You can encrypt data for safe transmission over internet.

    “Success is most often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable.”Coco Chanel