Bangla Input Script as jQuery Plugin

Past Story:

About 6 months back a legal action commenced between two IT initiatives in Bangladesh. On one side there was a business firm and other end some boys working willingly as a charity to Bangla computing. If we’d follow the international trend, usually those boys were supposed to fight for their right (like many start-up companies do against giants). But, here, the copyright infringement complaint was brought to light by a powerful IT firm in the country. Continue reading “Bangla Input Script as jQuery Plugin”

Froyo & Wifi Hotspot!

FroyoThe timing couldn’t have been any better. On wednesday afternoon I got a system update message from T-mobile and upgraded my android OS from 2.1 Eclair to 2.2 Froyo! I knew from the reviews and forum discussions on the net, that this is going to bring some new features; so, was waiting eagerly for T-mobile to pass the upgrade.

The biggest news for me was that of “Portable Wi-Fi HotSpot”. I was amused to realise the thought that, from now, I can use the mobile internet on my PC without actually pluging-in anything (O god! I hate USB ports). But, fate had something else waiting for me. Continue reading “Froyo & Wifi Hotspot!”

Do you know when ‘that’ page was last updated?

In recent days, I have learned and used some very easy but useful tips! Some of us may recall such tips as esiest ever! Howver, these easy stuffs are not always easy to find. This series is about these tips.

It was not long ago when the recent trend of “writing blogs on anything” or “making yet another dynamic site” came to existence.

In recent past and even today, many good and kind lecturers around the globe prepared (&prepares) learning materials on many important basic/non-basic topics. Some of them, even after all these days, gets used by some students who wish to bypass Books!

However, when you are writing a report and need to refer to those pages,  often you actually want to know when was the last time the page was written or updated.

Here is a QuickTip on that.

Open the STATIC webpage with a browser. When you are on the page, type the following into the address bar.  Hit enter.


Caution: This only works properly for static sites. Dynamic sites often makes query to the database in real time and thus for dynamic sites (i.e. blogs) it will show current time.