Showing posts from April, 2008

Graduation- Vitamin C

And so we talked all night about the rest of our lives Where we're gonna be when we turn 25 I keep thinking times will never change Keep on thinking things will always be the same But when we leave this year we won't be coming back No more hanging out cause we're on a different track And if you got something that you need to say You better say it right now cause you don't have another day Cause we're moving on and we can't slow down These memories are playing like a film without sound And I keep thinking of that night in June I didn't know much of love But it came too soon And there was me and you And then we got real blue Stay at home talking on the telephone We would get so excited and we'd get so scared Laughing at ourselves thinking life's not fair And this is how it feels [1] - As we go on We remember All the times we Had together And as our lives change Come Whatever We will still be Friends Forever So if we get the big jobs And we make the b

Prescribing 'Hamro'

Yesterday I was just surfing through the channels available on the 'Rangeli Cable' with my glass of tea when the door bell rang. It was the peon from emergency and his as usual, 'dactar saab, patient aacha'. Since I was the only one with full pants, I had to go to attend the patient. So, I carried my stethoscope and Palm, borrowed a dot-pen and walked out of the hostel thinking what might be the condition. She was an old lady, widow in white dress, shaking and beating her chest. The first thing that came to my mind was, 'Can I save her?' 2 women who had brought her to the hospital carried her to the rusty examination bed. She was really in 'dis-ease' was all I could make out. She wasn't responding to my questions but was very anxious. All she was saying was 'my heart is beating really hard.' I held her hand, checked her pulse and blood pressure, listened to what her heart and lungs were 'saying'. Everything seemed 'WNL'(within

Using CDMA Wireless Modem in Ubuntu

Using CDMA USB Wireless Modem with NTC Sky Phone R-UIM in Ubuntu! Things needed: CDMA USB Wireless Modem- ~3000 rupees. R-UIM Card from NTC ~1200 rupees. Ubuntu 7.10 (Not sure about other versions!) Just Put the RUIM inside the wireless modem and plug it to the USB Port. 1. Put in the RUIM into the device and insert as USB. 2. Now you need to edit the file called /etc/wvdial.conf by the command 'sudo nano /etc/wvdial.conf' This is my setting: ________________________________ [Dialer Defaults] In it1 = ATZ Init2 = ATQ0 V1 E1 S0=0 &C1 &D2 +FCLASS=0 Modem Type = USB Modem Baud = 460800 New PPPD = yes Modem = /dev/ttyACM0 ISDN = 0 Phone = #777 Password = 9741147061 Username = 9741147061 ______________________________ make sure that the password and username is the same.. that is.. your phone number! save the file using Ctrl+X 3. Now edit the file  /etc/network/interfaces  by the command 'sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces' _______________________________ auto lo ifac