Archive for June, 2010

Hurray !!!! I have cleared my 4th semester .. Results appeared …….


hai friends… I am in my college , and here all the social networks are blocked, but still i am active in all my social networking profiles, …….It is through this app, that is .. .. i love it

Waiting for the National Level Technical Symposium Futura 2010, in Bannari Amman Institute of Technology……………….

My God..the 1 month leave has come to an end..:-( So sad.. may be tis is the last long leave tat i’ve in my life. Moving into the 3rd year.

      These are the list of Gmail shortcuts with which you can master your gmail, sending your mails ever faster than before…. Just make a look at this and enjoy your time…… For, further more details, visit,

Shortcut Key Definition Action
c Compose Allows you to compose a new message.  + c allows you to compose a message in a new window.
/ Search Puts your cursor in the search box.
k Move to newer conversation Opens or moves your cursor to a more recent conversation. You can hit  to expand a conversation.
j Move to older conversation Opens or moves your cursor to the next oldest conversation. You can hit  to expand a conversation.
n Next message Moves your cursor to the next message. You can hit  to expand or collapse a message. (Only applicable in ‘Conversation View.’)
p Previous message Moves your cursor to the previous message. You can hit  to expand or collapse a message. (Only applicable in ‘Conversation View.’)
o or Open Opens your conversation. Also expands or collapses a message if you are in ‘Conversation View.’
u Return to conversation list Refreshes your page and returns you to the inbox, or list of conversations.
e Archive Archive your conversation from any view.
m Mute Archives the conversation, and all future messages skip the Inbox unless sent or cc’d directly to you. Learn more.
x Select conversation Automatically checks and selects a conversation so that you can archive, apply a label, or choose an action from the drop-down menu to apply to that conversation.
s Star a message or conversation Adds or removes a star to a message or conversation. Stars allow you to give a message or conversation a special status.
! Report spam Marks a message as spam and removes it from your conversation list.
r Reply Replies to the message sender.  + r allows you to reply to a message in a new window. (Only applicable in ‘Conversation View.’)
a Reply all Replies to all message recipients.  +a allows you to reply to all message recipients in a new window. (Only applicable in ‘Conversation View.’)
f Forward Forwards a message.  + f allows you to forward a message in a new window. (Only applicable in ‘Conversation View.’)
Escape from input field Removes the cursor from your current input field.
+ s
Save draft
Saves the current text as a draft when composing a message. Hold the  key while pressing s and make sure your cursor is in one of the text fields — either the composition pane, or any of the To, CC, BCC, or Subject fields — when using this shortcut.
Moves the conversation to Trash.
Opens the Labels menu to label a conversation.
Move to
Moves the conversation from the inbox to a different label, Spam or Trash.
+ i Mark as read Marks your message as ‘read’ and skip to the next message.
+ u Mark as unread Marks your message as ‘unread’ so you can go back to it later.
[ Archive and previous Archives your conversation and moves to the previous  one.
] Archive and next Archives your conversation and moves to the next one.
z Undo Undoes your previous action, if possible (works for actions with an ‘undo’ link).
+ n Update current conversation Updates your current conversation when there are new messages.
q Move cursor to chat search Moves your cursor directly to the chat search box.
y Remove from Current View* Automatically removes the message or conversation from your current view.

  • From ‘Inbox,’ ‘y’ means Archive
  • From ‘Starred,’ ‘y’ means Unstar
  • From ‘Trash,’ ‘y’ means Move to inbox
  • From any label, ‘y’ means Remove the label

* ‘y’ has no effect if you’re in ‘Spam,’ ‘Sent,’ or ‘All Mail.’

. Show more actions Displays the ‘More Actions’ drop-down menu.
+ Opens options in Chat
  • + moves from edit field in your chat window to select the ‘Video and more’ menu
  • Next, press to select the emoticon menu
  • Press to open the selected menu
? Show keyboard shortcuts help Displays the keyboard shortcuts help menu within any  page you’re on.
Combo-keys – Use the following combinations of keys to navigate through Gmail.
Shortcut Key Definition Action
then Send message After composing your message, use this combination to send it automatically. (Supported in Internet Explorer and Firefox, on Windows.)
y then o Archive and next Archives your conversation and moves to the next one.
g then a Go to ‘All Mail’ Takes you to ‘All Mail,’ the storage site for all mail you’ve ever sent or received (and have not deleted).
g then s Go to ‘Starred’ Takes you to all conversations you have starred.
g then c Go to ‘Contacts’ Takes you to your Contacts list.
g then d Go to ‘Drafts’ Takes you to all drafts you have saved.
g then l Go to ‘Label’ Takes you to the search box with the “label:” operator filled in for you.
g then i Go to ‘Inbox’ Returns you to the inbox.
g then t Go to ‘Sent Mail’ Takes you to all mail you’ve sent.
* then a Select all Selects all mail.
* then n Select none Deselects all mail.
* then r Select read Selects all mail you’ve read.
* then u Select unread Selects all unread mail.
* then s Select starred Selects all starred mail.
* then t Select unstarred Selects all unstarred mail.

From my web blog: Google Mail’s Keyboard Shortcut –       These are the list of Gmail shortcuts …

Master your Gmail.. Learn Gmail tips and tricks in this article … or

From my web blog: Blog on Technical Symposiums updated … – One of my ten  weblogs, which is about the Technic…

One of my ten  weblogs, which is about the Technical Symposiums, that are conducted in India, is updated with two conferences.. One among them is a conference that is listed in IEEE conferences.. Move to


About the conference

The National conference on recent trends in database systems, rdbms and oodbms technologies is a conference on the present state of SQL and RDBMS Technologies and to ponder over the future state of SQL and RDBMS Technology. A strong opinion. from a group of researchers is emerging as “object-oriented databases are the next step in evolution of data management” and that “the relational data model is dying, because it is too limited and non-intutive for modern data needs”.
It is also felt that “the industry is moving toward a more XML or object centric approach to data management” and hence there is “need for hierarchical, tree-structured, complex data types instead of just columns and rows…”,etc. Moreover, with an RDBMS it is not possible to model the dynamic operations or rules that change the state of the data in the system because such things are beyond the scope of the database. With an OODBMS there is no disconnect between the database model and the application model because the entities are just other objects in the system.
But there are researchers who staunchly support SQL and RDBMS with arguments such as:
-SQL-based databases
are flagship software products for the three largest software vendors in the world: Microsoft, Oracle and IBM
-RDBMS systems are headed into main memory which changes the playing field altogether
-john Ousterhout and his co-authors outline a compelling argument for RAMCloud

And, that “new functionalities such as CASE statements, outer joins, and nested table expressions have increased the number of tasks one can perform using SQL alone. But these features are alone not the end of how SQL will adapt to change….”
Which is true? Is it the end of SQL and Relational Databases? Or is it just a hasty and myopic conclusion? State your opinions with supporting arguments, references, documents, data, etc.

Call for Paper

The authors should submit their original papers on the theme
“Recent trends in Database Systems, RDBMS and OODBMS Technologies”

Paper Submission

The manuscripts should not exceed 6 pages, and should be prepared according to IEEE research paper format. The papers should be submitted electronically in PDF format to the mail id: All the submitted papers will undergo a blind review process.

Registration Fee

Academics & Industry : Rs 1500/-
Research Scholars : Rs 1000/-

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