What is a backlink?
In the language of SEO, a backlink to your site is an HTTP URL from any other site which points to one of your webpages. Backlinks help bloggers & webmasters meet more traffic, better search engine reputation and gain better algorithmic parameters like Google Page Rank, Alexa Rank, Moz Rank, Domain Authority & Page Authority. All your hard–work is a waste until a large number of website link to you. Please note that there are two types of backlinks: (1) follow or do-follow backlinks (2) no-follow backlinks. The former, do-follow back-linking is achieved by simply creating links without any relationship tag (tag ‘rel’ in HTML) or
Firefox is the most customizable web-browser packed with beauty and features plus this great browsing experience is enhanced by add-ons (extension and themes). The Firefox add-on repository addons.mozilla.org stores over two thousands add-ons, all of different types and for different purposes. There are few great add-ons for blog-o-sphere too. In this post, I’ve listed nine highly recommended Firefox tools and extensions for bloggers.
The StumbleUpon extension for Firefox enable a new toolbar and context menu in the browser by which you can explore, submit and stumble over the contents submitted at StumbleUpon.com. This toolbar helps you discover new websites, interesting content and fills your brain with dandy new-post ideas.
‘Symmetry’ has a special meaning in physics. A picture is said to be symmetrical if one side is somehow the same as the other side. Precisely, a thing is symmetrical if one can subject it to a certain operation and it appears exactly the same after the operation.
For example, if we look at a base that is left and right symmetrical, then turn it 180° around the vertical axis it looks the same.
Initially I thought it was a server-side issue, but now it’s all clear that my favorite (until I read about their copyright issues) e-book reader Genius PDF is out of existence. Further look-up reveals that everything about this app and its creators is deliberately wiped out from the internet.
About Genius PDF
Genius PDF, originally based on Sumatra PDF (better call it a rip-off) , was probably the best PDF reader for Windows. The lightweight Genius PDF made ‘giant’ Adobe Reader like apps feel waste as it didn’t only support PDF documents, but could also read .CBR/.CBZ comics files, .DJVU documents and all other e-book formats like .epub, .mobi, .fb2. This is not the end of the features of Genius PDF. It was a superb alternative of Adobe Acrobat too, as it supported pdf conversion of any printable document from Windows. And the best of all, it was free!
Every person in the world like to enjoy and leads his/her life happily. There are many ways to enjoy, and the first among them will definitely will be a vacation or traveling to the world beautiful and historic places to admire the beauty of nature and get away from his daily routines. In this busy life it is not possible to visit most wonderful destinations frequently, so plan a vacation to this wonderful places with your family and friends once in the life time before you die.
Are you ready to visit the most wonderful places? When you are thinking which places to travel, there are many places round the world which are beautiful and amazing. No two individuals will have the same opinion or taste as this is completely depend on your thoughts. What you may consider to be wonderful others will not be satisfied with and the same is true in reverse. There are certain places that appear on the record of world as the most wonderful places, so you may wish to check out them. Here are few that should not be skipped if you ask most who have seen them.
1st April is a day of fun, humor and enjoyment. Even though, I have lot of fun puzzles on this blog, these ten are totally meant for today. Enjoy!
1. If you are in a dark room with a candle, a wood stove and a gas lamp. You only have one matchstick in the matchbox, so what do you light first?
2. If the question you answered before you answered the question you answered after you answered the question you answered before you answered this one, was harder than the question you answered after you answered the question you answered before you answered this one, was the question you answered before you answered this one harder than this one? YES or NO?
3. There are 10 lit candles on a table. A strong breeze comes and extinguishes 2 of the candles. When you come back later, you see that 1 more has been blown out.To make sure no more flames go out, you shut the window. Assuming the wind doesn’t extinguish any more candles and you don’t relight the extinguished candles, how many candles do you have left in the end? (Source)
4. Paper is white. Cotton is also white. White-board is white. Clouds are white. Eggs are white. Flour is white. Rice is white. Milk is white. Some cows are white. Now tell me, what does a cow drink?
5. How much is 4090 and 10 ?
6. You arrange five coins on a table in a way such that two coins are on one side and two are on the other. The fifth one is placed exactly at the center. Your son asks for a coin and you give him the middle one. How many coins are left?
7. I was riding a horse. There was a fire engine just next to me. A helicopter was following me. To the left there was a sports car moving and to the right hand there was a depth. I managed to stop all of them at a sudden, without crashing and without communicating to the respective pilots. Guess, how??
8. What to put in a tank of water which will make it lighter?
9. What are the four days which start with a ‘T’?
10. Who manages the time?
It was mid 2012, first time when I installed TeXstudio version 2.3, on my PC. ‘Peaceful‘ was the word, I used to describe it then after. TeXstudio has now gradually inched to version 2.7 and by time being every more peaceful and wonderful. Wonder why did I call it ‘peaceful’? Writing LaTeX is a real pain, when you are willing to write a long document or article, which in my case are mathematics blogs and books. It was a great headache to write math commands points by point until I installed TeXstudio. After I played with TeXstudio for Windows a couple of days, I understood how it functions. and that was the start of great time for me. No more remembering all the LaTeX codes, no more external compilers and no more annoying extra plugins to be installed. TeXstudio sports such great features which literally reduces your effort to half or even less than that. It offers beautiful designs (yep, a Mac OS feeling on Windows), easy template wizards and quick compilers. Some other noticeable features of this app are auto-fill suggestions, syntax-highlighting, real-time viewing, spell and reference check, bibliography support and profile management. I’ll be discussing more about these features later, but before we follow-up , let’s recall the background of the app.
TeXstudio is an integrated writing environment for creating LaTeX documents. It is an Open Source application, available for major desktop platforms, Windows, Linux, BSD and Mac OS. TeXStudio is a team project of Benito van der Zander, Jan Sundermeyer, Daniel Braun and Tim Hoffmann, forked from the TeXMaker application, a non-open source application, which open-source development stalled in 2009. Actually, TeXstudio was aimed to be a set of extensions for TeXMaker and was then called TeXMakerX. In 2009,TeXMakerX was renamed as TeXstudio and made completely open-source application. TeXstudio completely differs to TeXMaker in philosophy and features. TeXMaker still exists, is free of charge and get updates regularly but the development is strictly non-open.
Mathematical Physicist Yakov Gregory Sinai, (b. 21st September 1935, 78 years old) has been awarded the prestigious Abel Prize for 2014 by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters (NASL). The President of the NASL, Nils C. Stenseth, announced the winner of the 2014 Abel Prize at the Academy in Oslo on 26 March 2014.
The Abel Prize recognizes contributions of extraordinary depth and influence to the mathematical sciences and has been awarded annually since 2003. It carries a cash award of NOK 6,000,000 (about USD 1 million). Y. Sinai is 14th mathematician to win this prize in last 12 years. He is a professor at Princeton University and Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics (Russian Academy of Sciences). This prize was awarded to him, for his fundamental contributions to dynamical systems, ergodic theory, and mathematical physics.
Some of the top-notch works by Prof. Sinai are as below:
- Kolmogorov–Sinai entropy
- Sinai’s billiards
- Sinai’s random walk
- Sinai-Ruelle-Bowen measures
- Pirogov-Sinai theory.
The announcement video is live at Abel Prize’s official website.
See the list of other Abel Prize laureates.
Who doesn’t want to create logos which can make a big impact and assume a permanent place in everyone’s heart? Unfortunately, designing a truly impactful logo is not as easy as it seems to be…You might have seen many artists spending sleepless nights over creating the ‘perfect’ things for their clients, and often ending up with frustrating results. But let that not be the case with you. In fact, no matter how inexperienced you are in this field, you can create innovative logos for each of your clients. Of course, there is no mantra to get things right every time; but a few rule of thumbs can indeed do the trick for you, as it has done for others.
So without much delay, let’s move on to the Basic Tips and Tricks to Create the Perfect Logo:
We often speak with business owners who are seeking advice about their website. Often they come to us after having completed a site through another agency. In fairness the websites look great, functions well and yet the business owner who has invested their hard-earned money into the project is desperately searching for the answer to understand why the website is not producing them enough leads – in some cases generating less leads than their old out-dated website which they would now happily take back. Here are some of the most common mistakes we see:
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