How to make a web site go crazy

This method was first reported on Destructoid. What you do is take all the images embedded in the web page and display them at a randomized location. You need to check it out to know what I mean.

Step # 1: Go to any Website. Let us choose

Step # 2: Delete everything in the address bar, the place where you type in a website’s address

Step # 3: Paste the following code in the address bar

javascript:R=0; x1=.1; y1=.05; x2=.25; y2=.24; x3=1.6; y3=.24; x4=300; y4=200; x5=300; y5=200; DI=document.images; DIL=DI.length; function A(){for(i=0; i-DIL; i++){DIS=DI[ i ].style; DIS.position=’absolute’; DIS.left=Math.sin(R*x1+i*x2+x3)*x4+x5;*y1+i*y2+y3)*y4+y5}R++}setInterval(‘A()’,5); void(0);

Step # 4: Press Enter. Watch the site go crazy

Here is a picture of Amazon before destruction

Amazon display picture

Top 5 Mozilla Firefox ad Campaigns

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Established in July 2003, The Mozilla Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving choice and promoting innovation on the Internet.  Firefox users and fans were always at the forefront in their effort to speak out for their favorite browser and express themselves in front of a worldwide audience.

The ad campaigns are usually promoted by Spread Firefox, a volunteer run Mozilla advocacy site, with over 50,000 registered members. During this phase of Firefox 1.0 promotion, community marketing into the mainstream was mainly through written testimonials.

#5: NY Times Spread Firefox Ad:

The Mozilla Foundation, places a two page ad in the December 16th 2004 edition of the New York Times. The ad, coordinated by Spread Firefox, features the names of thousands of people worldwide who contributed to the Mozilla Foundation’s fundraising campaign to support the launch of the Mozilla Firefox 1.0 web browser.

A year later after the NY Times Ad, Firefox 1.5 was released and during this phase, the Mozilla Foundation started a contest, promising prizes for users who submit the best homemade 30-second Firefox advertisements.

Firefox NY Times Ad

A Step by Step guide on Encrypting files using TrueCrypt

TrueCrypt LogoTrueCrypt is a free open source disk encryption software that works on both Windows and Linux platforms. No data stored on an encrypted volume can be read (decrypted) without using the correct password/keyfile(s) or correct encryption keys. TrueCrypt does this by creating a virtual hard drive that will read and write encrypted files on the fly. The advantage of using TrueCrypt is that you need not download it everywhere. All you need are the files truecrypt.exe, truecrypt.sys and the volume file you create which you can carry on your flash drive.

Step by Step Tutorial on how to encrypt your Hard disk or data or message using TrueCrypt

Step # 1: Download and install TrueCrypt

Step # 2: Once you Launch TrueCrypt, Click on “Create Volume” button. This launches the Volume Creation wizard that prepares the encryped drive location. Next, choose ” Create a Standard TrueCrypt Volume” and hit Next. Next, click on “Select File” button. Browse to a place where you want to store your encryped files. In this case, I am selecting askstudent.ajit Note: This is not the file you want to encrypt. Think of this as a Folder Name which in turn would contain the files you want to encrypt later on. Hit Next

Store Encryped Files