Tuesday, January 25, 2011

SKUM ? A school in Ahmedabad

It's called Shree Kelvani Uttejak Mandal which means Organization which Encourage Education but the first initials makes a different sense.

Monday, June 7, 2010

Hidden meaning in the logos of popular brands

NBC is among the biggest television networks of America. The 6 feathered peacock in its logo refers to 6 divisions at the time the logo was created. The peacock's head is on right side which is an indication of looking forward and not back.

The Sony Vaio is among top 5 laptop brands. This logo has a hidden meaning as well. The first 2 letters represents the basic analogue signal the last 2 letter which are 1 and 0 represents the digital signals.

 The old logo of Baskin & Robbins has number 31 with an Arc above the logo. The new logo took the idea further. The pink parts of the logo shows number 31 which indicated 31 flavors.

Toblerone are popular chocolate makers from Switzerland. It is located in the city of Bern which is also called the city if bears. If you look closely you will see a bear in the logo.

The logo of Amazon has indicates the philosophy of the brand. There is a yellow arrow which creates a smiley. It also connects the letter A to letter Z which means the store has everything from A to Z.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

A man living since 70 years without having food - true ?

No one was shocked when Mr.Prahlad Jani from India claimed that he is living without food since last 70 years. All these kind of claims were proved false in past. This 83 year old man now being checked by a team of 30 doctors. He hasn't ate or drank anything since 10 days doctors are observing him and he is perfectly alright without any sign of weakness.

Doctors are now studying about how a human can survive without food. It may help in future space projects

Friday, April 30, 2010

Rest in peace 3.5 inch floppys

It's a end of an era. The 3.5 inch floppy disks will be a part of history now. As the DVD and Pen drives has increased the capacity of storage, the Sony corporation who introduced these 3.5 inch floppy to the market in 1981 is going to stop manufacturing these from next year. These were on the peak of their sales in the year 2000