Get invited for New Orkut version


Winning invitees:

Swarnava Seal

Vineeth Jose




Sunny Sayantan



Pranav Pujara


Rachit Seth Vivek Agrawal

— Please add me on Orkut if you are not my ‘friend’. Invites can only be sent to friends.

Thanks everyone for commenting. Try your luck at getting invited directly by Google via


Alright I’m not going to stress much on What’s the new Orkut thingy.. read it here:

I luckily noticed this button on my account now:

new orkut

Continue reading

Get your Google Wave invite from me


Comment below to get nominated.

I finally receive the Inviter wave from Google in my wave inbox, after me being on Wave since October 15 (past 2 weeks).

Google Wave invites

Since I’ve got a generous 20 invites to spare for all of my dear tweeps & other good friends anxious to try out the new craze, I thought it best to manage a blog entry to list out confirmed invitations & for others to request one from me.

I’m keeping one invite reserved for me, so as to get more invites to share further.

Please comment back on the entry if you wish to request an invite if there is a free slot available in the list below. Please also note that invitations are not sent instantly, it may take upto 2-4 days for it to arrive in your Inbox.

For those already on Google Wave, you may add me ‘’.

Continue reading

Try Google LiveAndroid Mobile OS LiveCD / USB on your x86 PC

LiveAndroid Logo

Want to give Google Android a try, but don’t feel like buying a T-Mobile G1? LiveAndroid lets you download a LiveCD disc image of the Google Android operating system. Just burn the image to a disc, stick it in a CD-ROM drive, and reboot your computer and you can check out Android without installing it or affecting any files on your PC.

You can also use the disc image in a virtualization application like VirtualBox, VMWare or Microsoft Virtual PC if you want to try the operating system without even rebooting your computer.

So I tried out LiveAndroid myself, and I can say it does look pretty, but most of the functions won’t work anyways, since it’s only supposed to be offered to try out the OS on your computer without having to purchase the mobile phone it is bundled with. As a Google fan, you’re welcome to check out the glory of a Google Operating System before the Chrome OS is out.

Apparently at the time of writing, this doesn’t work on Netbooks yet as I’ve tried on my Lenovo S10 and it wouldn’t advance beyond the bootscreen. Do notify me if it does on yours.


LiveAndroid01Home Continue reading