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+  <h3 class="date">July 07, 2012</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2012/07/help-me-buy-a-domain-name.html" title="Permalink to Help me buy a domain name">Help me buy a domain name</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p>I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies <em>are</em> making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. </p>
+<p>This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, <strong>I'm not asking for your money</strong>. </p>
+<p>If you're still reading this and interested in helping <em>and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name</em>, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my <a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707">affiliate link</a> on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.</p>
+<p>If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!</p>
+<p>Thank you :)</p>
+	</article>
+
   <h3 class="date">May 03, 2012</h3>
     <article>
 	<hgroup>
 	<p><a href="http://instamator.ep.io">Instamator</a>, which I <a href="http://samrat.github.com/blog/instamator.html">released just a few days ago</a> is now open source. You can find the source code on <a href="http://github.com/samrat/instamator">Github</a>. Instamator is powered by <a href="http://flask.pocoo.org">Flask</a> and makes use of <a href="http://redis.io">Redis</a>. </p>
 	</article>
 
-  <h3 class="date">August 07, 2011</h3>
-    <article>
-	<hgroup>
-	<h2><a href="blog/2011/08/newsblur-an-awesome-alternative-to-google-reader.html" title="Permalink to Newsblur, an awesome alternative to Google Reader">Newsblur, an awesome alternative to Google Reader</a></h2>
-	
-	</hgroup>
-	<p>I've recently <a href="http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2805152">discovered</a> a new web app called <a href="http://newsblur.com">Newsblur</a>. Basically, Newsblur is a feed reader and aims to solve many problems Google Reader doesn't. Newsblur gives you the option of viewing the original website page along with the feed, so you can browse through the feed to see if anything interests you and then, see the actual webpage inside Newsblur itself. </p>
-<p>Newsblur also has this cool little feature called Intelligence Trainer. What you can do with it is that you can train Newsblur, to find articles from your subscriptions that are potentially interesting to you.  You can train the Newsblur Intelligence by 'liking' a tag or an author or other pieces of metadata. And by doing so, you'll help Newsblur identify similar items that could be interesting to you. More importantly, it helps you discard items which you wouldn't want to read.</p>
-<p>You can join Newsblur for free, however the free account has a limit of 64 subscriptions; you can also get a paid Premium account. I have used a free account for a while and my experience with it so far has been pretty fine. Its much faster than Google Reader and with its features, it helps me reach the <em>important content</em> faster. However, it is a work in progress and thus some features like organizing feeds into folders, sending articles to Instapaper still need polishing.</p>
-<p>Newsblur is an <a href="http://github.com/samuelclay/NewsBlur/">opensource project</a> by Samuel Clay(<a href="http://twitter.com/samuelclay">@samuelclay</a>). Check it out, if you use Google Reader, you'll probably like it. </p>
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+  <h3 class="date">August 07, 2011</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2011/08/newsblur-an-awesome-alternative-to-google-reader.html" title="Permalink to Newsblur, an awesome alternative to Google Reader">Newsblur, an awesome alternative to Google Reader</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p>I've recently <a href="http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2805152">discovered</a> a new web app called <a href="http://newsblur.com">Newsblur</a>. Basically, Newsblur is a feed reader and aims to solve many problems Google Reader doesn't. Newsblur gives you the option of viewing the original website page along with the feed, so you can browse through the feed to see if anything interests you and then, see the actual webpage inside Newsblur itself. </p>
+<p>Newsblur also has this cool little feature called Intelligence Trainer. What you can do with it is that you can train Newsblur, to find articles from your subscriptions that are potentially interesting to you.  You can train the Newsblur Intelligence by 'liking' a tag or an author or other pieces of metadata. And by doing so, you'll help Newsblur identify similar items that could be interesting to you. More importantly, it helps you discard items which you wouldn't want to read.</p>
+<p>You can join Newsblur for free, however the free account has a limit of 64 subscriptions; you can also get a paid Premium account. I have used a free account for a while and my experience with it so far has been pretty fine. Its much faster than Google Reader and with its features, it helps me reach the <em>important content</em> faster. However, it is a work in progress and thus some features like organizing feeds into folders, sending articles to Instapaper still need polishing.</p>
+<p>Newsblur is an <a href="http://github.com/samuelclay/NewsBlur/">opensource project</a> by Samuel Clay(<a href="http://twitter.com/samuelclay">@samuelclay</a>). Check it out, if you use Google Reader, you'll probably like it. </p>
+	</article>
+
   <h3 class="date">October 13, 2011</h3>
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-  <h3 class="date">October 20, 2011</h3>
-    <article>
-	<hgroup>
-	<h2><a href="blog/2011/10/videodropper.html" title="Permalink to Videodropper">Videodropper</a></h2>
-	
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-	<p><a href="http://videodropper.ep.io"><img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/25029287/2011-10-16-151433_1280x800_scrot.png" style="width:500px; height:300px; float:left; padding:10px;"/></a></p>
-<p>If you're constantly troubled by having to wait for Youtube to buffer videos, or want to keep some videos with you so you can watch them again and again without wasting bandwidth, then I've just recently released a web service that lets you download videos from Youtube. <strong>But there are plenty of websites that already do that, why do I need another one?</strong>. <em>What <a href="http://videodropper.ep.io">Videodropper</a>(yeah, that's what its called) actually does is it sends videos to your Dropbox folder</em>.<br />
-</p>
-<p><br/></p>
-<h2>Why send it to Dropbox?</h2>
-<ul>
-<li>
-<p><strong>Syncing</strong>- Instead of downloading the video to your computer you'll be saving it to your personal cloud which will be accessible to you on any PC or mobile device. So sending a Youtube video to your Dropbox folder is basically the same as downloading into your machine, only more awesome.</p>
-</li>
-<li>
-<p><strong>Bandwidth</strong>- Bandwidth <em>is</em> the primary motivation for why I built Videodropper. I have a rather slow internet connection and I get all sort of problems when watching Youtube videos- having to wait for buffering, videos getting stuck(it always happens to me when I resize the player), and the list goes on. Videodropper solves these problems because <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/help/26"><strong>"Dropbox is smart about using bandwidth."</strong></a> Downloading happens at the fastest possible speed, but without interfering with your Internet usage, so if you have a slow connection you'll be able to download Youtube videos and still use the Internet at optimal speed. Also, once its fully downloaded <strong>you can watch the full video without any pain</strong>. </p>
-</li>
-<li>
-<p><strong>iOS devices</strong>- Dropbox works great on iOS devices and you can optimize videos you send using Videodropper to work on the iPhone or iPod touch. After you've synced the videos, you can also watch them later offline(this makes use of Dropbox's Local Storage on your iPhone/iPod).
-<br/><br/></p>
-</li>
-</ul>
-<h2>How do I use Videodropper?</h2>
-<p>Using Videodropper is really easy. After linking Videodropper with your Dropbox account, you just copy the URL of the video you want to send, paste it into Videodropper and then send it. A bookmarklet is also being worked on in order to further simplify this process. </p>
-<p><strong>Note</strong> that Videodropper is still in Beta, so some of your videos may not get through properly, in case you notice any thing strange kindly send an email to samratmansingh@gmail.com or reach me on Twitter <a href="http://twitter.com/samratmansingh">@samratmansingh</a></p>
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+  <h3 class="date">October 20, 2011</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2011/10/videodropper.html" title="Permalink to Videodropper">Videodropper</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p><a href="http://videodropper.ep.io"><img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/25029287/2011-10-16-151433_1280x800_scrot.png" style="width:500px; height:300px; float:left; padding:10px;"/></a></p>
+<p>If you're constantly troubled by having to wait for Youtube to buffer videos, or want to keep some videos with you so you can watch them again and again without wasting bandwidth, then I've just recently released a web service that lets you download videos from Youtube. <strong>But there are plenty of websites that already do that, why do I need another one?</strong>. <em>What <a href="http://videodropper.ep.io">Videodropper</a>(yeah, that's what its called) actually does is it sends videos to your Dropbox folder</em>.<br />
+</p>
+<p><br/></p>
+<h2>Why send it to Dropbox?</h2>
+<ul>
+<li>
+<p><strong>Syncing</strong>- Instead of downloading the video to your computer you'll be saving it to your personal cloud which will be accessible to you on any PC or mobile device. So sending a Youtube video to your Dropbox folder is basically the same as downloading into your machine, only more awesome.</p>
+</li>
+<li>
+<p><strong>Bandwidth</strong>- Bandwidth <em>is</em> the primary motivation for why I built Videodropper. I have a rather slow internet connection and I get all sort of problems when watching Youtube videos- having to wait for buffering, videos getting stuck(it always happens to me when I resize the player), and the list goes on. Videodropper solves these problems because <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/help/26"><strong>"Dropbox is smart about using bandwidth."</strong></a> Downloading happens at the fastest possible speed, but without interfering with your Internet usage, so if you have a slow connection you'll be able to download Youtube videos and still use the Internet at optimal speed. Also, once its fully downloaded <strong>you can watch the full video without any pain</strong>. </p>
+</li>
+<li>
+<p><strong>iOS devices</strong>- Dropbox works great on iOS devices and you can optimize videos you send using Videodropper to work on the iPhone or iPod touch. After you've synced the videos, you can also watch them later offline(this makes use of Dropbox's Local Storage on your iPhone/iPod).
+<br/><br/></p>
+</li>
+</ul>
+<h2>How do I use Videodropper?</h2>
+<p>Using Videodropper is really easy. After linking Videodropper with your Dropbox account, you just copy the URL of the video you want to send, paste it into Videodropper and then send it. A bookmarklet is also being worked on in order to further simplify this process. </p>
+<p><strong>Note</strong> that Videodropper is still in Beta, so some of your videos may not get through properly, in case you notice any thing strange kindly send an email to samratmansingh@gmail.com or reach me on Twitter <a href="http://twitter.com/samratmansingh">@samratmansingh</a></p>
+	</article>
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+	<p>I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies <em>are</em> making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. </p>
+<p>This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, <strong>I'm not asking for your money</strong>. </p>
+<p>If you're still reading this and interested in helping <em>and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name</em>, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my <a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707">affiliate link</a> on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.</p>
+<p>If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!</p>
+<p>Thank you :)</p>
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+  <h3 class="date">July 07, 2012</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2012/07/help-me-buy-a-domain-name.html" title="Permalink to Help me buy a domain name">Help me buy a domain name</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p>I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies <em>are</em> making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. </p>
+<p>This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, <strong>I'm not asking for your money</strong>. </p>
+<p>If you're still reading this and interested in helping <em>and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name</em>, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my <a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707">affiliate link</a> on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.</p>
+<p>If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!</p>
+<p>Thank you :)</p>
+	</article>
+
   <h3 class="date">June 28, 2012</h3>
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 <p>If everything went right, if you visit <a href="http://33.33.33.33/">http://33.33.33.33/</a> you should now see the "Hello World!" message. Congratulations! You've successfully set up your own server.</p>
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-  <h3 class="date">May 03, 2012</h3>
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-	<hgroup>
-	<h2><a href="blog/2012/05/how-to-convert-a-bookmarklet-into-a-chrome-extension.html" title="Permalink to How to convert a bookmarklet into a Chrome extension">How to convert a bookmarklet into a Chrome extension</a></h2>
-	
-	</hgroup>
-	<p>I've been playing around with CoffeeScript lately and discovered a neat little tool that converts any JavaScript(and thus, Coffeescript) bookmarklet into a Chrome extension- <a href="http://sandbox.self.li/bookmarklet-to-extension/">check it out</a>.</p>
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+	<h2><a href="blog/2012/05/how-to-convert-a-bookmarklet-into-a-chrome-extension.html" title="Permalink to How to convert a bookmarklet into a Chrome extension">How to convert a bookmarklet into a Chrome extension</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p>I've been playing around with CoffeeScript lately and discovered a neat little tool that converts any JavaScript(and thus, Coffeescript) bookmarklet into a Chrome extension- <a href="http://sandbox.self.li/bookmarklet-to-extension/">check it out</a>.</p>
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 	<h2><a href="blog/2012/05/would-you-want-to-be-on-svbtle.html" title="Permalink to Would you want to be on Svbtle?">Would you want to be on Svbtle?</a></h2>
 	
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 <p>In a nutshell, Flask serves the website, Celery queues up the download tasks(and also a size monitoring task) and Redis is used mostly as a backend to Celery, but also for storing the "Recent Downloads" of the user. That's it. If you have any query or suggestion feel free to shoot them at the comments below. </p>
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-  <h3 class="date">October 20, 2011</h3>
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-	<hgroup>
-	<h2><a href="blog/2011/10/videodropper.html" title="Permalink to Videodropper">Videodropper</a></h2>
-	
-	</hgroup>
-	<p><a href="http://videodropper.ep.io"><img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/25029287/2011-10-16-151433_1280x800_scrot.png" style="width:500px; height:300px; float:left; padding:10px;"/></a></p>
-<p>If you're constantly troubled by having to wait for Youtube to buffer videos, or want to keep some videos with you so you can watch them again and again without wasting bandwidth, then I've just recently released a web service that lets you download videos from Youtube. <strong>But there are plenty of websites that already do that, why do I need another one?</strong>. <em>What <a href="http://videodropper.ep.io">Videodropper</a>(yeah, that's what its called) actually does is it sends videos to your Dropbox folder</em>.<br />
-</p>
-<p><br/></p>
-<h2>Why send it to Dropbox?</h2>
-<ul>
-<li>
-<p><strong>Syncing</strong>- Instead of downloading the video to your computer you'll be saving it to your personal cloud which will be accessible to you on any PC or mobile device. So sending a Youtube video to your Dropbox folder is basically the same as downloading into your machine, only more awesome.</p>
-</li>
-<li>
-<p><strong>Bandwidth</strong>- Bandwidth <em>is</em> the primary motivation for why I built Videodropper. I have a rather slow internet connection and I get all sort of problems when watching Youtube videos- having to wait for buffering, videos getting stuck(it always happens to me when I resize the player), and the list goes on. Videodropper solves these problems because <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/help/26"><strong>"Dropbox is smart about using bandwidth."</strong></a> Downloading happens at the fastest possible speed, but without interfering with your Internet usage, so if you have a slow connection you'll be able to download Youtube videos and still use the Internet at optimal speed. Also, once its fully downloaded <strong>you can watch the full video without any pain</strong>. </p>
-</li>
-<li>
-<p><strong>iOS devices</strong>- Dropbox works great on iOS devices and you can optimize videos you send using Videodropper to work on the iPhone or iPod touch. After you've synced the videos, you can also watch them later offline(this makes use of Dropbox's Local Storage on your iPhone/iPod).
-<br/><br/></p>
-</li>
-</ul>
-<h2>How do I use Videodropper?</h2>
-<p>Using Videodropper is really easy. After linking Videodropper with your Dropbox account, you just copy the URL of the video you want to send, paste it into Videodropper and then send it. A bookmarklet is also being worked on in order to further simplify this process. </p>
-<p><strong>Note</strong> that Videodropper is still in Beta, so some of your videos may not get through properly, in case you notice any thing strange kindly send an email to samratmansingh@gmail.com or reach me on Twitter <a href="http://twitter.com/samratmansingh">@samratmansingh</a></p>
-	</article>
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+  <h3 class="date">October 20, 2011</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2011/10/videodropper.html" title="Permalink to Videodropper">Videodropper</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p><a href="http://videodropper.ep.io"><img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/25029287/2011-10-16-151433_1280x800_scrot.png" style="width:500px; height:300px; float:left; padding:10px;"/></a></p>
+<p>If you're constantly troubled by having to wait for Youtube to buffer videos, or want to keep some videos with you so you can watch them again and again without wasting bandwidth, then I've just recently released a web service that lets you download videos from Youtube. <strong>But there are plenty of websites that already do that, why do I need another one?</strong>. <em>What <a href="http://videodropper.ep.io">Videodropper</a>(yeah, that's what its called) actually does is it sends videos to your Dropbox folder</em>.<br />
+</p>
+<p><br/></p>
+<h2>Why send it to Dropbox?</h2>
+<ul>
+<li>
+<p><strong>Syncing</strong>- Instead of downloading the video to your computer you'll be saving it to your personal cloud which will be accessible to you on any PC or mobile device. So sending a Youtube video to your Dropbox folder is basically the same as downloading into your machine, only more awesome.</p>
+</li>
+<li>
+<p><strong>Bandwidth</strong>- Bandwidth <em>is</em> the primary motivation for why I built Videodropper. I have a rather slow internet connection and I get all sort of problems when watching Youtube videos- having to wait for buffering, videos getting stuck(it always happens to me when I resize the player), and the list goes on. Videodropper solves these problems because <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/help/26"><strong>"Dropbox is smart about using bandwidth."</strong></a> Downloading happens at the fastest possible speed, but without interfering with your Internet usage, so if you have a slow connection you'll be able to download Youtube videos and still use the Internet at optimal speed. Also, once its fully downloaded <strong>you can watch the full video without any pain</strong>. </p>
+</li>
+<li>
+<p><strong>iOS devices</strong>- Dropbox works great on iOS devices and you can optimize videos you send using Videodropper to work on the iPhone or iPod touch. After you've synced the videos, you can also watch them later offline(this makes use of Dropbox's Local Storage on your iPhone/iPod).
+<br/><br/></p>
+</li>
+</ul>
+<h2>How do I use Videodropper?</h2>
+<p>Using Videodropper is really easy. After linking Videodropper with your Dropbox account, you just copy the URL of the video you want to send, paste it into Videodropper and then send it. A bookmarklet is also being worked on in order to further simplify this process. </p>
+<p><strong>Note</strong> that Videodropper is still in Beta, so some of your videos may not get through properly, in case you notice any thing strange kindly send an email to samratmansingh@gmail.com or reach me on Twitter <a href="http://twitter.com/samratmansingh">@samratmansingh</a></p>
+	</article>
+
   <h3 class="date">October 14, 2011</h3>
     <article>
 	<hgroup>
 <p>Instamator was inpired by <a href="http://flickmator.heroku.com">Flickmator</a>, a similar web service built by <a href="http://thomas.pelletier.im">Thomas Pelletier</a>. It is powered by <a href="http://flask.pocoo.org">Flask</a>, <a href="http://redis.io">Redis</a> and hosted on <a href="http://ep.io">ep.io</a>.</p>
 	</article>
 
-  <h3 class="date">September 02, 2011</h3>
-    <article>
-	<hgroup>
-	<h2><a href="blog/2011/09/theres-already-a-website-for-that.html" title="Permalink to There's already a website for that">There's already a website for that</a></h2>
-	
-	</hgroup>
-	<p>After reading <a href="http://blog.zachwaugh.com/post/9666969587/how-i-name-my-apps">this article</a> on naming apps, I came up with what I thought was a marvelous idea. I had been looking around for ideas to work on and this was just perfect- a web application that suggests names for apps based on keywords. Since my thoughts and ideas on the application was based only on the above-mentioned article, I merely assumed that nobody else had already created such a website. </p>
-<p>After some moments of dreamy satisfaction at my new idea, I started to plan how to actually build it. My first thought of course was to use an existing library or an API that would find words related to the keywords provided by the user. I knew there were APIs for a thesaurus, so I Googled it and found two that seemed to be popular- <a href="http://words.bighugelabs.com/api.php">Big Huge Thesaurus</a> and <a href="http://developer.wordnik.com/">Wordnik</a>. I opened both the sites, Wordnik's developer site seemed somewhat more attractive so, I checked that one out first. I could see from that page that quite popular sites and softwares like Facebook, Google Chrome, Firefox, Android had used the Wordnik API too, so I was pretty impressed. </p>
-<p>I wanted to see example usage of the API, just to get a better picture of how I'd write the app soI clicked on the 'Showcase' hoping I'd find what I was looking for. The 'Showcase' page, as it turns out would dissapoint me, not only because it didn't have what I was looking for but because I found out the moment the page loaded that I wasn't the first to conceive the idea I had. The app, called <a href="http://panabee.com/">Panabee</a> was listed at the very top. </p>
-<p>Naturally, I was very dissapointed by the revelation. I checked out the site and I have to say, I found myself impressed(...by an app that,some moments ago, I was hoping to build). So that was it,I was right where I started- again on the lookout for a new web app idea(this time hopeful that it hasn't already been built).  <br />
-</p>
-	</article>
-
 
 
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category/misc4.html

 
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+  <h3 class="date">September 02, 2011</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2011/09/theres-already-a-website-for-that.html" title="Permalink to There's already a website for that">There's already a website for that</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p>After reading <a href="http://blog.zachwaugh.com/post/9666969587/how-i-name-my-apps">this article</a> on naming apps, I came up with what I thought was a marvelous idea. I had been looking around for ideas to work on and this was just perfect- a web application that suggests names for apps based on keywords. Since my thoughts and ideas on the application was based only on the above-mentioned article, I merely assumed that nobody else had already created such a website. </p>
+<p>After some moments of dreamy satisfaction at my new idea, I started to plan how to actually build it. My first thought of course was to use an existing library or an API that would find words related to the keywords provided by the user. I knew there were APIs for a thesaurus, so I Googled it and found two that seemed to be popular- <a href="http://words.bighugelabs.com/api.php">Big Huge Thesaurus</a> and <a href="http://developer.wordnik.com/">Wordnik</a>. I opened both the sites, Wordnik's developer site seemed somewhat more attractive so, I checked that one out first. I could see from that page that quite popular sites and softwares like Facebook, Google Chrome, Firefox, Android had used the Wordnik API too, so I was pretty impressed. </p>
+<p>I wanted to see example usage of the API, just to get a better picture of how I'd write the app soI clicked on the 'Showcase' hoping I'd find what I was looking for. The 'Showcase' page, as it turns out would dissapoint me, not only because it didn't have what I was looking for but because I found out the moment the page loaded that I wasn't the first to conceive the idea I had. The app, called <a href="http://panabee.com/">Panabee</a> was listed at the very top. </p>
+<p>Naturally, I was very dissapointed by the revelation. I checked out the site and I have to say, I found myself impressed(...by an app that,some moments ago, I was hoping to build). So that was it,I was right where I started- again on the lookout for a new web app idea(this time hopeful that it hasn't already been built).  <br />
+</p>
+	</article>
+
   <h3 class="date">August 30, 2011</h3>
     <article>
 	<hgroup>

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+&lt;p&gt;This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, &lt;strong&gt;I'm not asking for your money&lt;/strong&gt;. &lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;If you're still reading this and interested in helping &lt;em&gt;and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name&lt;/em&gt;, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my &lt;a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707"&gt;affiliate link&lt;/a&gt; on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.&lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!&lt;/p&gt;
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 &lt;p&gt;&lt;a href="http://www.visualnews.com/2012/06/19/how-much-data-created-every-minute/?view=infographic"&gt;&lt;img src="http://visualnews.columnfivemedia.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/DOMO-Data-in-One-Minute.jpg" style="width:100%; height:200%; padding:10px;"/&gt;&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p&gt;

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 &lt;p&gt;And now, Google too has announced its answer to what was iOS 5's most famous addition- Siri. It's not exactly like Siri- in fact, Google has tried to go a step further and make a more smarter system. If Google succeeds in rolling out Project Glass then Google Now will be a pretty nifty feature for it too. Watch the video below to find out what Now is all about:&lt;/p&gt;
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 &lt;p&gt;&lt;a href="http://www.visualnews.com/2012/06/19/how-much-data-created-every-minute/?view=infographic"&gt;&lt;img src="http://visualnews.columnfivemedia.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/DOMO-Data-in-One-Minute.jpg" style="width:100%; height:200%; padding:10px;"/&gt;&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p&gt;

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-<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom"><title>Samrat Man Singh</title><link href="../." rel="alternate"></link><link href=".././feeds/misc.atom.xml" rel="self"></link><id>../.</id><updated>2012-06-28T00:00:00+05:45</updated><entry><title>Google's answer to Siri: Now</title><link href=".././blog/2012/06/googles-answer-to-siri-now.html" rel="alternate"></link><updated>2012-06-28T00:00:00+05:45</updated><author><name>Samrat Man Singh</name></author><id>.././blog/2012/06/googles-answer-to-siri-now.html</id><summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;If you've been following the tech world recently you'd know that Apple and Google haven't been the best of friends lately. You know, because Google ripped off Apple the same way Microsoft had ripped them off back when the PC boom was kicking off. There's a statement by Steve Jobs in his biography which can only be regarded as a declaration of war on Google. And we are starting to actually see this war taking place- a few weeks ago, Apple declared that the new iOS will come with its own 'Google Maps'-like service instead of Google Maps.&lt;/p&gt;
+<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom"><title>Samrat Man Singh</title><link href="../." rel="alternate"></link><link href=".././feeds/misc.atom.xml" rel="self"></link><id>../.</id><updated>2012-07-07T00:00:00+05:45</updated><entry><title>Help me buy a domain name</title><link href=".././blog/2012/07/help-me-buy-a-domain-name.html" rel="alternate"></link><updated>2012-07-07T00:00:00+05:45</updated><author><name>Samrat Man Singh</name></author><id>.././blog/2012/07/help-me-buy-a-domain-name.html</id><summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies &lt;em&gt;are&lt;/em&gt; making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. &lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, &lt;strong&gt;I'm not asking for your money&lt;/strong&gt;. &lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;If you're still reading this and interested in helping &lt;em&gt;and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name&lt;/em&gt;, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my &lt;a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707"&gt;affiliate link&lt;/a&gt; on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.&lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!&lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;Thank you :)&lt;/p&gt;</summary><category term="miscellaneous"></category><category term="kickstarter"></category><category term="domain-name"></category></entry><entry><title>Google's answer to Siri: Now</title><link href=".././blog/2012/06/googles-answer-to-siri-now.html" rel="alternate"></link><updated>2012-06-28T00:00:00+05:45</updated><author><name>Samrat Man Singh</name></author><id>.././blog/2012/06/googles-answer-to-siri-now.html</id><summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;If you've been following the tech world recently you'd know that Apple and Google haven't been the best of friends lately. You know, because Google ripped off Apple the same way Microsoft had ripped them off back when the PC boom was kicking off. There's a statement by Steve Jobs in his biography which can only be regarded as a declaration of war on Google. And we are starting to actually see this war taking place- a few weeks ago, Apple declared that the new iOS will come with its own 'Google Maps'-like service instead of Google Maps.&lt;/p&gt;
 &lt;p&gt;And now, Google too has announced its answer to what was iOS 5's most famous addition- Siri. It's not exactly like Siri- in fact, Google has tried to go a step further and make a more smarter system. If Google succeeds in rolling out Project Glass then Google Now will be a pretty nifty feature for it too. Watch the video below to find out what Now is all about:&lt;/p&gt;
 &lt;iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/pPqliPzHYyc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen&gt;&lt;/iframe&gt;</summary><category term="miscellaneous"></category><category term="google"></category><category term="apple"></category></entry><entry><title>Every minute of the day...</title><link href=".././blog/2012/06/every-minute-of-the-day.html" rel="alternate"></link><updated>2012-06-23T12:05:00+05:45</updated><author><name>Samrat Man Singh</name></author><id>.././blog/2012/06/every-minute-of-the-day.html</id><summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;I found this totally neat infograph today on &lt;a href="http://www.visualnews.com/2012/06/19/how-much-data-created-every-minute/?view=infographic"&gt;Visual News&lt;/a&gt; and thought I'd share it with you guys. &lt;/p&gt;
 &lt;p&gt;&lt;a href="http://www.visualnews.com/2012/06/19/how-much-data-created-every-minute/?view=infographic"&gt;&lt;img src="http://visualnews.columnfivemedia.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/DOMO-Data-in-One-Minute.jpg" style="width:100%; height:200%; padding:10px;"/&gt;&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p&gt;
 
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+  <h3 class="date">July 07, 2012</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2012/07/help-me-buy-a-domain-name.html" title="Permalink to Help me buy a domain name">Help me buy a domain name</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p>I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies <em>are</em> making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. </p>
+<p>This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, <strong>I'm not asking for your money</strong>. </p>
+<p>If you're still reading this and interested in helping <em>and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name</em>, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my <a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707">affiliate link</a> on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.</p>
+<p>If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!</p>
+<p>Thank you :)</p>
+	</article>
+
   <h3 class="date">June 28, 2012</h3>
     <article>
 	<hgroup>
 <p>If everything went right, if you visit <a href="http://33.33.33.33/">http://33.33.33.33/</a> you should now see the "Hello World!" message. Congratulations! You've successfully set up your own server.</p>
 	</article>
 
-  <h3 class="date">May 03, 2012</h3>
-    <article>
-	<hgroup>
-	<h2><a href="blog/2012/05/how-to-convert-a-bookmarklet-into-a-chrome-extension.html" title="Permalink to How to convert a bookmarklet into a Chrome extension">How to convert a bookmarklet into a Chrome extension</a></h2>
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-	<p>I've been playing around with CoffeeScript lately and discovered a neat little tool that converts any JavaScript(and thus, Coffeescript) bookmarklet into a Chrome extension- <a href="http://sandbox.self.li/bookmarklet-to-extension/">check it out</a>.</p>
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   <h3 class="date">May 03, 2012</h3>
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+	<h2><a href="blog/2012/05/how-to-convert-a-bookmarklet-into-a-chrome-extension.html" title="Permalink to How to convert a bookmarklet into a Chrome extension">How to convert a bookmarklet into a Chrome extension</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p>I've been playing around with CoffeeScript lately and discovered a neat little tool that converts any JavaScript(and thus, Coffeescript) bookmarklet into a Chrome extension- <a href="http://sandbox.self.li/bookmarklet-to-extension/">check it out</a>.</p>
+	</article>
+
+  <h3 class="date">May 03, 2012</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
 	<h2><a href="blog/2012/05/would-you-want-to-be-on-svbtle.html" title="Permalink to Would you want to be on Svbtle?">Would you want to be on Svbtle?</a></h2>
 	
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 <p>In a nutshell, Flask serves the website, Celery queues up the download tasks(and also a size monitoring task) and Redis is used mostly as a backend to Celery, but also for storing the "Recent Downloads" of the user. That's it. If you have any query or suggestion feel free to shoot them at the comments below. </p>
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-  <h3 class="date">October 20, 2011</h3>
-    <article>
-	<hgroup>
-	<h2><a href="blog/2011/10/videodropper.html" title="Permalink to Videodropper">Videodropper</a></h2>
-	
-	</hgroup>
-	<p><a href="http://videodropper.ep.io"><img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/25029287/2011-10-16-151433_1280x800_scrot.png" style="width:500px; height:300px; float:left; padding:10px;"/></a></p>
-<p>If you're constantly troubled by having to wait for Youtube to buffer videos, or want to keep some videos with you so you can watch them again and again without wasting bandwidth, then I've just recently released a web service that lets you download videos from Youtube. <strong>But there are plenty of websites that already do that, why do I need another one?</strong>. <em>What <a href="http://videodropper.ep.io">Videodropper</a>(yeah, that's what its called) actually does is it sends videos to your Dropbox folder</em>.<br />
-</p>
-<p><br/></p>
-<h2>Why send it to Dropbox?</h2>
-<ul>
-<li>
-<p><strong>Syncing</strong>- Instead of downloading the video to your computer you'll be saving it to your personal cloud which will be accessible to you on any PC or mobile device. So sending a Youtube video to your Dropbox folder is basically the same as downloading into your machine, only more awesome.</p>
-</li>
-<li>
-<p><strong>Bandwidth</strong>- Bandwidth <em>is</em> the primary motivation for why I built Videodropper. I have a rather slow internet connection and I get all sort of problems when watching Youtube videos- having to wait for buffering, videos getting stuck(it always happens to me when I resize the player), and the list goes on. Videodropper solves these problems because <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/help/26"><strong>"Dropbox is smart about using bandwidth."</strong></a> Downloading happens at the fastest possible speed, but without interfering with your Internet usage, so if you have a slow connection you'll be able to download Youtube videos and still use the Internet at optimal speed. Also, once its fully downloaded <strong>you can watch the full video without any pain</strong>. </p>
-</li>
-<li>
-<p><strong>iOS devices</strong>- Dropbox works great on iOS devices and you can optimize videos you send using Videodropper to work on the iPhone or iPod touch. After you've synced the videos, you can also watch them later offline(this makes use of Dropbox's Local Storage on your iPhone/iPod).
-<br/><br/></p>
-</li>
-</ul>
-<h2>How do I use Videodropper?</h2>
-<p>Using Videodropper is really easy. After linking Videodropper with your Dropbox account, you just copy the URL of the video you want to send, paste it into Videodropper and then send it. A bookmarklet is also being worked on in order to further simplify this process. </p>
-<p><strong>Note</strong> that Videodropper is still in Beta, so some of your videos may not get through properly, in case you notice any thing strange kindly send an email to samratmansingh@gmail.com or reach me on Twitter <a href="http://twitter.com/samratmansingh">@samratmansingh</a></p>
-	</article>
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+  <h3 class="date">October 20, 2011</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2011/10/videodropper.html" title="Permalink to Videodropper">Videodropper</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p><a href="http://videodropper.ep.io"><img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/25029287/2011-10-16-151433_1280x800_scrot.png" style="width:500px; height:300px; float:left; padding:10px;"/></a></p>
+<p>If you're constantly troubled by having to wait for Youtube to buffer videos, or want to keep some videos with you so you can watch them again and again without wasting bandwidth, then I've just recently released a web service that lets you download videos from Youtube. <strong>But there are plenty of websites that already do that, why do I need another one?</strong>. <em>What <a href="http://videodropper.ep.io">Videodropper</a>(yeah, that's what its called) actually does is it sends videos to your Dropbox folder</em>.<br />
+</p>
+<p><br/></p>
+<h2>Why send it to Dropbox?</h2>
+<ul>
+<li>
+<p><strong>Syncing</strong>- Instead of downloading the video to your computer you'll be saving it to your personal cloud which will be accessible to you on any PC or mobile device. So sending a Youtube video to your Dropbox folder is basically the same as downloading into your machine, only more awesome.</p>
+</li>
+<li>
+<p><strong>Bandwidth</strong>- Bandwidth <em>is</em> the primary motivation for why I built Videodropper. I have a rather slow internet connection and I get all sort of problems when watching Youtube videos- having to wait for buffering, videos getting stuck(it always happens to me when I resize the player), and the list goes on. Videodropper solves these problems because <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/help/26"><strong>"Dropbox is smart about using bandwidth."</strong></a> Downloading happens at the fastest possible speed, but without interfering with your Internet usage, so if you have a slow connection you'll be able to download Youtube videos and still use the Internet at optimal speed. Also, once its fully downloaded <strong>you can watch the full video without any pain</strong>. </p>
+</li>
+<li>
+<p><strong>iOS devices</strong>- Dropbox works great on iOS devices and you can optimize videos you send using Videodropper to work on the iPhone or iPod touch. After you've synced the videos, you can also watch them later offline(this makes use of Dropbox's Local Storage on your iPhone/iPod).
+<br/><br/></p>
+</li>
+</ul>
+<h2>How do I use Videodropper?</h2>
+<p>Using Videodropper is really easy. After linking Videodropper with your Dropbox account, you just copy the URL of the video you want to send, paste it into Videodropper and then send it. A bookmarklet is also being worked on in order to further simplify this process. </p>
+<p><strong>Note</strong> that Videodropper is still in Beta, so some of your videos may not get through properly, in case you notice any thing strange kindly send an email to samratmansingh@gmail.com or reach me on Twitter <a href="http://twitter.com/samratmansingh">@samratmansingh</a></p>
+	</article>
+
   <h3 class="date">October 14, 2011</h3>
     <article>
 	<hgroup>
 <p>Instamator was inpired by <a href="http://flickmator.heroku.com">Flickmator</a>, a similar web service built by <a href="http://thomas.pelletier.im">Thomas Pelletier</a>. It is powered by <a href="http://flask.pocoo.org">Flask</a>, <a href="http://redis.io">Redis</a> and hosted on <a href="http://ep.io">ep.io</a>.</p>
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-  <h3 class="date">September 02, 2011</h3>
-    <article>
-	<hgroup>
-	<h2><a href="blog/2011/09/theres-already-a-website-for-that.html" title="Permalink to There's already a website for that">There's already a website for that</a></h2>
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-	</hgroup>
-	<p>After reading <a href="http://blog.zachwaugh.com/post/9666969587/how-i-name-my-apps">this article</a> on naming apps, I came up with what I thought was a marvelous idea. I had been looking around for ideas to work on and this was just perfect- a web application that suggests names for apps based on keywords. Since my thoughts and ideas on the application was based only on the above-mentioned article, I merely assumed that nobody else had already created such a website. </p>
-<p>After some moments of dreamy satisfaction at my new idea, I started to plan how to actually build it. My first thought of course was to use an existing library or an API that would find words related to the keywords provided by the user. I knew there were APIs for a thesaurus, so I Googled it and found two that seemed to be popular- <a href="http://words.bighugelabs.com/api.php">Big Huge Thesaurus</a> and <a href="http://developer.wordnik.com/">Wordnik</a>. I opened both the sites, Wordnik's developer site seemed somewhat more attractive so, I checked that one out first. I could see from that page that quite popular sites and softwares like Facebook, Google Chrome, Firefox, Android had used the Wordnik API too, so I was pretty impressed. </p>
-<p>I wanted to see example usage of the API, just to get a better picture of how I'd write the app soI clicked on the 'Showcase' hoping I'd find what I was looking for. The 'Showcase' page, as it turns out would dissapoint me, not only because it didn't have what I was looking for but because I found out the moment the page loaded that I wasn't the first to conceive the idea I had. The app, called <a href="http://panabee.com/">Panabee</a> was listed at the very top. </p>
-<p>Naturally, I was very dissapointed by the revelation. I checked out the site and I have to say, I found myself impressed(...by an app that,some moments ago, I was hoping to build). So that was it,I was right where I started- again on the lookout for a new web app idea(this time hopeful that it hasn't already been built).  <br />
-</p>
-	</article>
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+  <h3 class="date">September 02, 2011</h3>
+    <article>
+	<hgroup>
+	<h2><a href="blog/2011/09/theres-already-a-website-for-that.html" title="Permalink to There's already a website for that">There's already a website for that</a></h2>
+	
+	</hgroup>
+	<p>After reading <a href="http://blog.zachwaugh.com/post/9666969587/how-i-name-my-apps">this article</a> on naming apps, I came up with what I thought was a marvelous idea. I had been looking around for ideas to work on and this was just perfect- a web application that suggests names for apps based on keywords. Since my thoughts and ideas on the application was based only on the above-mentioned article, I merely assumed that nobody else had already created such a website. </p>
+<p>After some moments of dreamy satisfaction at my new idea, I started to plan how to actually build it. My first thought of course was to use an existing library or an API that would find words related to the keywords provided by the user. I knew there were APIs for a thesaurus, so I Googled it and found two that seemed to be popular- <a href="http://words.bighugelabs.com/api.php">Big Huge Thesaurus</a> and <a href="http://developer.wordnik.com/">Wordnik</a>. I opened both the sites, Wordnik's developer site seemed somewhat more attractive so, I checked that one out first. I could see from that page that quite popular sites and softwares like Facebook, Google Chrome, Firefox, Android had used the Wordnik API too, so I was pretty impressed. </p>
+<p>I wanted to see example usage of the API, just to get a better picture of how I'd write the app soI clicked on the 'Showcase' hoping I'd find what I was looking for. The 'Showcase' page, as it turns out would dissapoint me, not only because it didn't have what I was looking for but because I found out the moment the page loaded that I wasn't the first to conceive the idea I had. The app, called <a href="http://panabee.com/">Panabee</a> was listed at the very top. </p>
+<p>Naturally, I was very dissapointed by the revelation. I checked out the site and I have to say, I found myself impressed(...by an app that,some moments ago, I was hoping to build). So that was it,I was right where I started- again on the lookout for a new web app idea(this time hopeful that it hasn't already been built).  <br />
+</p>
+	</article>
+
   <h3 class="date">August 30, 2011</h3>
     <article>
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+Title: Help me buy a domain name
+tags: miscellaneous, kickstarter, domain-name
+Date: 2012-07-07
+
+I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies *are* making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. 
+
+This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, **I'm not asking for your money**. 
+
+If you're still reading this and interested in helping *and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name*, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my [affiliate link][aff] on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested, no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.
+
+If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase later. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!
+
+Thank you :)
+
+[aff]: http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707

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+	<p>I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies <em>are</em> making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. </p>
+<p>This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, <strong>I'm not asking for your money</strong>. </p>
+<p>If you're still reading this and interested in helping <em>and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name</em>, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my <a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707">affiliate link</a> on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.</p>
+<p>If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!</p>
+<p>Thank you :)</p>
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+    <h3 class="date">July 07, 2012</h3>
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+	<h2><a href="blog/2012/07/help-me-buy-a-domain-name.html" title="Permalink to Help me buy a domain name">Help me buy a domain name</a></h2>
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+	<p>I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies <em>are</em> making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. </p>
+<p>This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, <strong>I'm not asking for your money</strong>. </p>
+<p>If you're still reading this and interested in helping <em>and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name</em>, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my <a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707">affiliate link</a> on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.</p>
+<p>If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!</p>
+<p>Thank you :)</p>
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+    <h3 class="date">July 07, 2012</h3>
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+	<h2><a href="blog/2012/07/help-me-buy-a-domain-name.html" title="Permalink to Help me buy a domain name">Help me buy a domain name</a></h2>
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+	<p>I've got a problem. I want to buy a domain name for this website. But due to some banking regulations in my country, online payments cannot be made(for international transactions, at least.) Some companies <em>are</em> making money by buying products on Amazon and other online shops, but they're limited to only physical goods. </p>
+<p>This problem has been troubling me for a while, and I've come up with what could be a solution. Following all the recent buzz around Kickstarter- I decided to ask the Internet for help, but don't worry, <strong>I'm not asking for your money</strong>. </p>
+<p>If you're still reading this and interested in helping <em>and if you happen to be a person who is about to buy a domain name</em>, you can support my cause by buying a domain name with my <a href="http://www.namecheap.com?aff=34707">affiliate link</a> on Namecheap. That way, a small percentage of what you spend on Namecheap might help me get a domain name for myself. But if you're not interested no pressure, I can live without a domain name; just please don't take this the wrong way.</p>
+<p>If you're interested in helping but not looking to register a domain name right now, you could bookmark the link above and use that to make your purchase. As you can probably tell, I haven't used Namecheap but I've heard they're great!</p>
+<p>Thank you :)</p>
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     <h3 class="date">June 28, 2012</h3>
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