Google Mauritius in Creole

1 07 2009

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// Wow… is now in Creole, maybe its not new thing as I always used Check here.


Rofl …. Was wondering why “Morisya” !!! It was a mistake ..

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Personalize Your Facebook URL

12 06 2009


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//Yeahhh, Facebook will soon(tomorrow morning) allow its users to choose a personalise web address for their profile page. Now we will have our real names to share and connect with friends. A nice move by Facebook. This way your friends will have an easy-to-remember way to find you. Facebook users will have the option to claim variation of their personalise URL on a first-come, first-served basis. Tomorrow you will have to be very fast to be the first one to choose the name you want. Here’s the countdown before the launch.

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Reserve Now

Here is a request form for businesses that want to make sure their trademarks are reserved. This form can be used to prevent your trademarks from being registered as usernames.


Instead of “” (littered with numbers and random letters). You will have something like “” which is easier to remember.

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Yepp, its really time for a change. To change your Facebook URL, click here. Get Ready, only 10 hours left, set your timer …

Access Hotmail From Within Gmail

14 03 2009
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//Hooray … Hotmail POP3 is available (free at last) to all users. Now I no longer have to suffer their horrible webmail service and their ugly interface with loads of advertising. Yeah, I can finally pull out Hotmail into my Gmail account. I bet a lot of you are doing the same thing too!! For those of you (like me) that used their Hotmail account as a garbage collection(spam, chain mail, random registration, etc.), you can set up a few filters and a few labels to manage all the mail that comes from Hotmail. 😀

: You can use TemporaryInbox as a temporary mail for registration purposes. Btw, don’t forget that you could also access Hotmail on your web-enabled mobile phone from 

Hotmail POP3 Settings:

POP server: (Port 995)   
POP SSL required? Yes
User name: Your Windows Live ID, for example
Password: The password you usually use to sign in to Hotmail or Windows Live
SMTP server: (Port 25 or 587)   
Authentication required? Yes (this matches your POP username and password)
TLS/SSL required? Yes


Note: You will need the information above to set up Hotmail in email program on your PC or mobile device.

Guide: How to access Hotmail from within Gmail?

Step 1: 

Open your Gmail account > Settings > Accounts > Choose “Add a mail account you own“.

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Step 2:

Enter the settings as shown below, (of course, use your own username).

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Step 3:

Follow the instructions on screen to continue, a verification code will be sent to you Hotmail account.

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Step 4:

Confirm the verification and you are done. 😉

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Voila, your Gmail account is now ready to receive mail from Hotmail. You can set up your own filters and labels. It works great.  Gmail rocks, Enjoy 😀

What is POP3?

Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) is an Internet standard protocol used by local e-mail clients to retrieve e-mail from a remote server over a TCP/IP connectionWhat is POP3? It is a protocol that allows almost any e-mail software program that you’ve installed on your mobile phone or PC(if supported by your device and e-mail program) to get messages from your e-mail inbox on the web and deliver them in the designated program. ~ From Wikipedia

Free Unlimited SMS in Mauritius

5 03 2009

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// Wep … You want to send an sms? You don’t have credit on your mobile phone? No worries, sign up on, its a Mobile Social Network that allows you to send free “Unlimited” SMS worldwide(including Mauritius). Wadja supports 80 character messages. There is no delivery confirmation. It covers over more than 500 networks in over 200 countries, so chances are that your friend will live in a place where your text message will reach them. On the top of all, its free. Thanks flyz to Ziad for this nice tip.

Still here, hmm … what next !! Just some tips on how to use this service and on how to configure your account(which is pretty easy).

Step 1: Registration

Go on, fill in the details, enter a valid mail and “Join Wadja”.

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They will send you a confirmation mail.

Step 2: Sending an SMS

Login to your account, once it has been confirmed. Click on “Compose”(2), choose “SMS”(3). Enter the receiver phone number, the message and finally click on “Send”.

Note: Don’t forget to enter the country code just before the phone number(for Mauritius its +230).


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Step 3: Add your mobile number to your account (optional)

Now, go through this step only if you want the receiver to know your own phone number, just select “Add mobile number”(4) from the list. 


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Enter your phone number and a verification code will be sent to your mobile phone for confirmation.

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Hooray, your account has been configured. Btw, this website has been specifically designed to be viewed on your mobile phone or handset device. You can access it from your mobile phone and send SMS via wap. You can also check out SmsFree4All. 

Enjoy! 😉

Triple Torrent Download Speed

2 03 2009
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// Yep…with price reductions and increased speed on broadband and Orange My.T in Mauritius, its  time to accelerate your download speed. This is a step by step guide on how to configure uTorrent to triple your download speed. I recommend uTorrent(the number one choice) as BitTorrent client. If you are new to torrent world then you should first check this tutorial for port forwarding. 

: I assume that you have done the port forwarding stuff. If not, here is a step by step tutorial(made by myself) for forwarding a port in the router(myT livebox). You can still go by without port forwarding, but speeds will not be optimal. 

Disclaimer: Proceed at your own risk! I will not be held responsible if this document causes your computer to explode or burst into flames. In real serious terms, if any corruption of data, hardware damage or any other kind of damage/losses/etc. arises from the use of this tutorial, I will not be responsible for it. 

Step 1: Increase the number of Max Half Open TCP connections

Let’s starts, Windows XP limits the number of connections a Bittorrent client can attempt to establish simultaneously at any given time. The default limit in Windows XP is 10, its a barrier against virus multiplication(to slow the propogation of worms) but its also drop torrent speeds considerably, as torrent needs a large number of simultaneous connnections.

What is Half Open TCP Connection? 

A half-open connection is when your computer has requested a connection to a remote computer, but has not received an acknowledgment back. If the remote computer is overloaded, it can take some time for it to acknowledge the request, during which time your local connection sits there, half open. Eventually it will time out.


To change this limit:

  • First you have to download that patch.

                             For Winblows XP Service Pack 2: Download Patch Here

                             For Winblows XP Service Pack 3: Download Patch Here

  • After that you need to disable your Internet connection/Unplug your Internet cable and restart your computer.
  • Then run the patch to set the connection number, set it to 200.  (Some said that 500 to 600 is better).

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  • Click ‘Apply’ and Restart the computer again.  

Note: This patch modifies the TCPIP.sys file in Windows to allow a higher number of TCP connections.


Step 2: Set the number of TCP connection in uTorrent

  • Open uTorrent, go to Options > Preferences > Advanced.
  • In the right hand side pane, browse for “net.max_halfopen” and set to “190”, as shown in the picture below.
  • Click “Set” and finally “Apply”.

Note: The number of “net.max_halfopen” is set lower than the value set in TCPIP.sys.

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After these two steps, you should notice a considerable increase in speed(of course if you are downloading a file with with a good number of seeders).


Step 3: Changing the Protocol Encryption in uTorrent

When enabling protocol encryption, ISPs find it difficult if not impossible to detect that the traffic is coming from BitTorrent. I’ve enabled it but I don’t know if this setting has contributed to the increase in speed. Yep, logically you should get better speeds with encryption disabled.


  • Open uTorrent, go to Options > Preferences > BitTorrent.
  • Select “Enabled” from the list and click “Apply”.

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Step 4: Don’t forget to change the “Connection Type”

  • Open uTorrent, go to  Options > Speed Guide. 
  • In the “Connection Type” zone.
  • Set it to xx/512k (depending on your broadband connection).

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After running through each of the above steps, you should get a nice juicy download speeds. If you don’t see the green icon(as shown in the picture below), then something is wrong with “Port Forwarding”, check out the steps again in the tutorial to try solve this problem.


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Cupidon, petit con en Pampers

14 02 2009

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//Cupidon, petit con en Pampers, dangereux pervers frustré. T’es ridicule avec tes ailes de poulet sur le dos. Comment oses-tu attaquer les pauvres célibataires, avec une flèche en métal en plus. T’es actes stupides et naifs commencent à me faire chier. Je parie que tu ris constamment de mes malheurs.           

Bofff, ton nom me fait penser à un autre pervers obèse, le Pére Noël … un sacré menteur. Ça fait plus de 15 ans que j’ai commandé une Porsche(couleur rouge démon) et j’attends toujours ma voiture. Je vais donner des carrots à tes rennes pour qu’ils te pètent à la gueule quand t’es sur ton traineau.

La grippe aviaire a fait du dégât ! Depuis on bute tout ce qui vole. À Maurice, on a eu le fameux chikungunya ! Depuis on pique avant qu’ils nous piquent (pik li avan li pik ou). Mais toi Cupidon, sale volaille tes plus dangereux que ces foutus virus. Je me demande comment ça se fait que t’es encore en vie.

A cause de toi, le 14 février de chaque année, c’est le jour de la Saint Valentin, jour ou les mecs soi-disant galants doivent lécher le cul de leur soi-disant Aphrodite avec une rose à la main.

Tiens-toi à carreau petit emplumé, la prochaine fois que tu tireras sur moi. J’ai tout prévu pour te capturer, je vais t’enfermer dans une cage à hamster. Je vais adorer prendre des photos de toi en te lançant des cailloux sur la tête. Je te fais la promesse qu’on ira même faire un tour à la MSPCA dès que j’aurai un peu de temps libre, dommage que t’es moche j’aurai pu me faire quelques roupies en te vendant à la foire du dimanche.

J’espère que t’auras l’occasion de lire ce message un jour. Je te laisse mon msn, au cas ou t’auras quelque chose a me dire, c’est C’est dommage que je n’ai pas une baguette magique, devine ce que j’aurai pu faire avec!

Ris, ris donc sale pd ! on verra bien qui rira le dernier ! 

Très belle Saint Valentin à tous. Ca continue sur facebook, avec les comments.

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Google Search Went Down

31 01 2009


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//Wooooaa, what’s happening on the world wide web? Its 19:37 (GMT+4), a friend of mine just phoned me as he was having some problems with his new set of speakers. As usual, the easiest way to find a solution for him, was to google the problem. Guess what? Anything I searched on Google, the warning message “This Site May Harm Your Computer” appears underneath each of the results.                       

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If you click the title of the result, you’ll be shown the following warning:

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At first I thought that the problem was on my computer (maybe a virus or spyware), I logged onto my second PC, googled again, same problem. Even if I search for the word “Google”, I got the same message. Damn, Google went down, Google’s Search was completely unusable. 

 There are many possible explanations: Either Google went down or every server on the Internet becoming infected (lol… can’t be). Maybe Google servers were hacked (lol… why not) but one thing is sure, the problem is from Google side. Seems to be a major Google bug. Hope everything will be solved soon. 


Update Saturday 31 January @ 20:11 (GMT+4):

Just Google It! …Google Seems to be coming back to normal.  What happened to cause these false warnings? I will answer to it as soon as Google gives an explantion :).

Update Saturday 01 February @ 7:30 (GMT+4):

It was simply an error, human error. Here is the official explanation from Google (Marissa Mayer).