How to Keep Teeth White Naturally


There are many effective methods of teeth whitening available, but some come with heavy price tags. Here are some steps you can take at home to whiten teeth naturally without breaking the bank.

Things You’ll Need:

  • Straw
  • Toothbrush
  • Lemon Juice
  • Salt
  • Baking soda
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Strawberries
Step 1:
Limit your consumption of drinks that stain tooth enamel. A few of these include coffee, tea and red wine. If you simply can’t cut back on these beverages, consider drinking them though a straw to limit the amount of liquid that actually comes in contact with teeth.
Step 2:
Brush your teeth immediately after eating, especially if eating foods that stain easily, such as berries.
Step 3:
Rub raw strawberries on your teeth, preferably pureed. There is an enzyme in strawberries that acts as a whitening agent. You’ll want to brush and rinse after applying the strawberries to remove the natural sugars and acids they may leave behind.
Step 4:
Eat crunchy foods that require a lot of chewing such as carrots, celery, broccoli and apples. These foods are abrasive and will remove built up plaque, which dulls the appearance of teeth.
Step 5:
Dip your toothbrush directly into baking soda and brush. The results are worth the lousy taste.
Step 6:
Combine lemon juice and one teaspoon of salt to make a paste-like substance. Brush your teeth and rinse. Again, not so pleasant on the palate, but your teeth will thank you.
Step 7:
Use hydrogen peroxide to brush your teeth. Dip your toothbrush into a small capful of the peroxide and brush as you would with regular toothpaste, being careful not to swallow. Rinse with water.


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Tutorial : Basic GPRS Tricks [Must See]


Hello Friends,
Gone, Are The Days Of Paying Your Operator For Accessing GPRS On Your Mobile Phone Or P.C ..Now You Can Access The Very Same Service For Free:

Things You Need:
GPRS Enabled Handset
Home Page Of Your Operator Or Any Free To Access Site Provided By Your Operator

[ – ] TRICKS

This is the widely used tricks today.

A.) DOT
E.g. http://freetoaccesssiteofyouroperator.chaitanya.flyproxy.com [nofollow]

B.) @
E.g. http://freetoaccesssiteofyouroperator.chaitanya@ [nofollow]flyproxy.com

C.) CGI And PHP PROXY Trick – Add a proxy on the Phone Settings for this to work
E.g. http://freetoaccesssiteofyouroperator [nofollow]

D.) GLYPE PROXY – Similar to Phproxy
E.g. http://freetoaccesssiteofyouroperator [nofollow]

E.) SPACE TRICK – Adding a space on the end
E.g. http://freetoaccesssiteofyouroperator.chaitanya [nofollow](space)flyproxy.com

E.g. http://q= [nofollow]m.friendster.com

F.) REVERSE IP – This one works on OperaMini, by making the server of OperaMini as a Proxy

G.) Phonifier – Add a proxy on the Phone Settings for this to work
E.g. http://p/x.php?l=1&u=flyproxy.com [nofollow]

[ + ] HOW TO SETUP YOUR PHONE
So, how can we apply these tricks on our phone? You have to know the Operating System of your phone. Here’s the List of Mobile Phone Operating System.

Some of the Tricks maybe phone dependent too, like the space trick wont work on SonyEricsson Phones, IP tricks wont work on OS7 phones.

Lets say we have a php proxy
IP: moosebowl.com or 66.36.248.150
Port: 80

On Most SE Phones:
Menu, Settings, Connectivity, Internet Settings, Select SmartInternet, More, Advance Settings. Proxy > ON, Proxy > moosebowl.com or 66.36.248.15, Port > 80, SAVE.

On Most Nokia Phones:
Menu, Settings, Connectivity, Packet Data, Internet Settings, Select SmartInternet, More, Advance Settings. Proxy > ON, Proxy > moosebowl.com or 66.36.248.15, Port > 80, SAVE.

On Most S40 Phone(Manually Configured):
Goto Personal Config Settings, Choose Option, Add New, Select WEB.
1. Set these values.
– Account name: Name it anything
– Homepage: http://free [nofollow] to access site of your operator
– User Name: (blank)
– Password: (blank)
– Use Pref. Access pt.: NO

~Access point settings
– Proxy: Enabled
– Proxy Address: moosebowl.com or 66.36.248.150
– Proxy port: 80
– Data Bearer: Packet Data

~ Bearer Settings
– Packet data access point: internet
– Network type: IPv4
– Authentification type: normal
– Username: (blank)
– Password: (blank)

Go back to Personal Account Menu, Select this settings you had created, Option, then “ACTIVATE”

Then Add another account, this time Access Point(APN)
1. Set these values.
– Account name: Any name

Access Point Settings
– Data Bearer: Packet data

Bearer Settings
– Packet data acc. pt.: internet
– Network type: IPv4
– Authentification type: normal
– Username: (blank)
– Password: (blank)

Go back to Personal Account Menu, Select this settings you had created, Option, then “ACTIVATE”.

Then Restart Your Phone. Done!

Another thing with S40 users, you can use a .prov file, the use of this one, it has all the settings needed, all you have to do is to find a way to have it Bluetooth or IR toward your phone.

Now onced all set, make a bookmark or enter this address:

http://free [nofollow] to access site of your operator

AA Proxy Page Will Open There You Can Enter Any URL And Browse And DOwnload Through Your Operator For Free!!

Websites You Need to Know About -Part-2


Tvtropes.org

Must-Read before Engaging in Mature Internet Discourse

This wiki is a comprehensive catalog of literary devices used in popular fiction, including tropes (different for clichés) used in most television shows today. Be wary, the site is a deep dive into the craft of story writing, and will change the way you enjoy books, television, and movies forever.

Knowyourmeme.com

Stay Up to Date with the Internet

Pardon us for considering our readers to be out of touch with the latest Internet memes, but you’d be surprised to see the statistics on how many average Internet users aren’t in touch with the latest Internet fads. For this reason, Know Your Meme exists to give your friends and family all an equal chance to laugh at, or with, the Internet. 

Kongregate.com

Play Flash Games in Style

top 50 websites
What do you get when you combine time-wasting flash games, an Xbox-like achievement system, a social network and a collectable card game? You get Kongregate; the best flash game hub on the ‘net.

Howcast.com

Instructional Videos that are Actually Coherent

From mundane tasks like washing your hair to complicated ventures like how to finance a home, Howcast hosts instructional videos that can help you get by in life. User-shared videos are well produced and get straight to the point, unlike the junk you’ll find on YouTube.

Interfacelift.com

Find the Perfect Wallpaper

top 50 websites
Interfacelift may not be the biggest desktop wallpaper site on the internet, but it is one of the best organized, with easy sorting by resolution, rating, or tag. With thousands of gorgeous photos and illustrations, available in tons of resolutions (including dual- and triple-monitor resolutions), Interfacelift is definitely worth a look next time you want to refresh your PC’s wallpaper.

Investopedia.com

Demystify Your Investments

top 50 websites
If you’re new to investing, the stock market and other financial institutions can seem like black magic—you put some money in, some charts go up and down, and hopefully you end up richer than you started. Enter Investopedia, Forbes’ collection of definitions and articles about all things financial. Written accessibly but not condescendingly, Investopedia will leave you feeling more confident about investing in no time at all.

Good-Tutorials.com 

Paint a Pretty Picture


You don’t have to be a designer to learn how to touch up photos, create your own graphics, or conjure up fancy web buttons. Good Tutorials is one of our favorite resources for making the most out of our entire Adobe Creative Suite. Additionally, if you’ve got a knack for web design, this site can also help with CSS, Flash, Java and PHP.

Drinkhacker.com

Learn How to Drink in Style

top 50 websites
Nothing says “sophistication” and/or “problem drinker” like leaving Drinkhacker open in your browser. With well-written spirits reviews and intriguing cocktail recipes, Drinkhacker’s got something to offer even the most casual drinkers.

io9.com

Be a Sci-Fi Superfan

top 50 websites
Ok, ok, so io9 is a Gawker blog, and therefore not exactly “under the radar.” Nonetheless, it’s one of the blog mega-network’s lesser known sites, and an absolute must-read for any science fiction fan (we know you’re out there). All mediums get covered — television shows, movies, books, and even comics. The editors know their Cylons from their Cardassians, and the editorials give you more to stretch your mind than typical geek debates

Customize.org

Spruce Up Your Desktop

top 50 websites
Customize.org is the biggest and best resource for pretty much any aspect of the desktop customization scene. On it, people post screenshots of their desktops, tricked out with popular apps like Litestep, Samurize and Rainlender, and share how they’re made. The site also hosts themes and skins for those apps and others, along with helpful how-to guides.

Mentalfloss.com

Learn a New Interesting Fact Every Day

top 50 websites
Did you know that giraffes have the highest blood pressure of any mammal? Or that Pope John Paul II was made an honorary member of the Harlem Globetrotters? No? Well, if you visited the Mental_Floss blog regularly, you would. With informative posts, infuriating quizzes and an “Amazing Fact Generator,” the blog is recquired reading for wannabe smart-alecs.

Musicovery.com

Find new music, the colorful way

top 50 websites
Musicovery is a music-finding service that’s a little different than the rest. To get music recommendations, you just specify a list of genres that you like, a timeframe, and whether you want your music calm or energetic, dark or positive. Musicovery searches up matching songs, and displays them in a color-coded map. Its library isn’t as big as some others, but the colorful visuals and unusual song selection make it worth a visit.

Websites You Need to Know About


It’s time to update the entries in your browser’s links toolbar. But with recent estimates putting the size of the internet at well more than 100 million distinct websites, it’s getting harder and harder to get a handle on all the great stuff that’s out there. That’s why we’ve compiled this list. And unlike some lists you may have seen, which try to name the very “best” websites, but end up just telling you a lot of stuff you already know, we’ve chosen instead to highlight 50 of our favorite sites that fly under most people’s radar. Think of it as the Maximum PC blog roll (remember those?). These sites represent great alternatives to popular web destinations like YouTube and Hulu, and include useful references, powerful web apps, and the unknown blogs you must absolutely bookmark.
You might have heard of some of these sites, but we’ll bet you haven’t heard of all them. Read on and find out. You won’t be disappointed.

Demoscene.tv

See What Can Be Done with 4 Kilobytes

top 50 websites
If you’re any kind of nerd at all, you probably know about the demoscene, where talented programmers create complex videos rendered in real-time, stored in incredibly small files. If you’re not familiar, you should make yourself acquainted with the scene, and all of the trippy, procedurally-generated content it has to offer. And hey, it’s not like you’re going to hit your bandwidth cap watching demos.
But what if you just want to see what all the fuss is about without actually downloading and running an executable? That’s where demoscene.tv comes in. Think of it as YouTube for the scene, letting you watch demos in HD on the web. And if you like what you see, the full demo executable is just a click away.

lite.Facebook.com

Clutter-Free Social Networking

You can admit it. Along with Twitter, Facebook is one of the sites that you absolutely feel compelled to check every day to keep track of your friends’ activities and latest funny links. But while we’re all for friend-stalking, we could definitely do without the AJAX-heavy sidebars and interface modules that clutter up the Facebook homepage. Try using Facebook Lite, which gives you lean views of friend feeds and your user profile. You get access to essential image and update posting functionality without being bothered by the newest Facebook game apps.

Letsplayarchive.com

Let other people play games for you

top 50 websites
The Let’s Play Archive maintains a list of hundreds of “Let’s Play” games, where somebody plays through a video game while maintaining a journal using text, screenshots and videos. Some are funny, while other’s just give you a whirlwind tour of a game you’ve never played before. Sounds dumb? Give it a try, you might just find it more engrossing than you’d imagined.

Soyouwanna.com

What They Didn’t Teach You in School


If you’ve ever needed some advice on how to do go about doing the most obscure, but didn’t really know who to turn to without receiving some sort of critical feedback, So You Wanna is a great resource for inquiring minds that think alike. So you wanna…audition for American Idol? Bottle your home-made beer? Get a travel visa to a foreign country? So You Wanna tells you all about it and assists you in your quest to become the all-knowing. Note that there is some NSFW content floating around the site. 

Google Building Maker

Crowd Sourcing the 3D World

14th Century cartographers would be right about Google Earth – its world is pretty flat. Despite high-resolution satellite imagery that lets you zoom in on your neighbor’s skylight, buildings are still part of one big flat surface. That’s where you come in. Google’s Building Maker is a website that lets you help design and create buildings for Google Earth. Using a plug-in based version of their Sketch-up modeling program, you can easily create a textured 3D model of your neighborhood or local landmarks and submit them to be included in the Google Earth database. The process is surprisingly simple and really fun to use. Google has rolled out the service to 50 cities so far, but plans on expanding its reach in the future.

Ikeahacker.blogspot.com

Outsmart the Swedes at their Own Game

top 50 websites
If you’ve been a college student or 20-something living on a budget in the last couple decades, chances are good that there are a couple of bits of Ikea furniture gracing your living quarters. The Ikeahacker blog shows you how other people have transformed their old Swedish furniture into something awesome.

ABOUT YOUR CELL


ABOUT YOUR CELL

Would like to know your mobile is original or not?!!

Type *#06#

After you enter the code you will see a new code contain 15 digits:

43 4 5 6 6 1 0 6 7 8 9 4 3 5

IF the digit number Seven & Eight is 02 or 20 that mean it was Assembly on

Emirates which is very Bad quality 😦

IF the digit number Seven & Eight is 08 or 80 that mean it¢s manufactured

in Germany which is not bad

IF the digit number Seven & Eight is 01 or 10 that mean it¢s manufactured in

Finland which is Good

IF the digit number Seven & Eight is 00 that mean it was manufactured in

original factory which is the best Mobile Quality …

IF the digit number Seven & Eight is 13 that mean it was Assembly on

Azerbaijan which is very Bad quality and very dangerous for health!!!