Ping Blog December 2010 | Easy Techs!


Sunday, December 26, 2010

The Story of John Nash

Professor R.J. Duffin wrote only one line in his recommendation letter when a young boy named John Nash applied at Princeton for graduation in 1948, “This man is a genius”. Born in 1948, this man is a real genius and one of the best mathematicians in the planet. His famous ‘Nash Equilibrium’ is a cornerstone in the field of economics. He won Novel Prize for his work in 1994. His work on cooperative games and governing dynamics are also equally famous. While he was still an undergraduate at the Princeton, he had managed to prove Brouwer’s fixed point theorem. Later, he solved one of the Riemann’s most perplexing mathematical solutions.(Read More)

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Your Final Blow, At The Exam Hall

Once you are ready to take exam, one you feel you have made out all possible counter moves, you make the final tackle. Your final blow is what you make in the exam hall. This final blow of yours determines your position in the exam results. If you recoil from the tackle, you should be seeking an average position or somewhere below it but if you manage to stand still after the final blow then you deserve to be the best!(Read More)

Friday, December 17, 2010

Your Next Exam Has An Ace For You

6 of 9 students tend to forget things at the exam hall. The extent to which they tend to forget things ranges from 20%-65% of what is asked in exam. They are confident that they have gone through that section of the course and yet forget to devise the answer required. Students fail even their preparation is complete and they fail every now and then. Change the way you remember things and knock yourself out of the category of those students.(Read More)

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Taking Exams, Now You Will Love To:

How do you feel about an exam that you are set to take next week or when your university exams are on? 19 out of 20 students do not feel good about it. Let me ask you, how do you feel when you have Champion’s League Final Match or ICC Cricket World cup Final Game? Well, it’s certainly a “Whoa!”  It definitely is exciting and you are absolutely not going to miss it even if it is on 2012-12-20 night.
Because it is interesting, far more interesting and exciting than those fat books with worthless words of knowledge that is never going to be helpful to you!
Now, let’s come back to reality. Exams suck! But, they are inevitable and yes, they will always be with you until you die. Here in this article, I have tried to take a quick look over the methodologies adapted by those geniuses, who have successfully managed to get good grades at their University Exams and Assessment Tests, while they prepare themselves for the battle. Those methods can be useful to you as well and who knows, you could be the next University Exam Topper!(Read More)

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Thinks Like the Actors in the Theaters

Have you ever wondered how the actors of a play can remember such long dialogues of the script and be fluent while presenting them?
How can actors in a theatre remember all of the script of the entire drama all at once?
 Is there some sort of magic? Nope!
 Actors never try to rot remember their dialogues for the play. All they do is they put themselves into the role of the character they are playing and feel the character’s intension so that the dialogues comes naturally and fluently. Researchers have found out that the secrets inside all this is a technique called “active experiencing”. ACTIVE EXPERIENCING is a process of breaking down the written script into logically connected intensions. Person using this technique uses physical, mental as well as emotional channels to communicate to those stuffs related to that person as a result it becomes easier for him to act and present himself as the same person. (Read More)

Saturday, December 4, 2010

The Greatest Mind of the Century: A Post Mortem

Who would not like to have a brain like that of Albert Einstein, after all it is his brain that produced all the confusing relativistic explanations and made him the greatest scientist of all time. I have tried to get into his brain and drag out some of the facts about his brain.  And here I present those facts:
·         Albert Einstein is one of the intellectual giants in the history. But medical reports say that Einstein suffered from childhood dyslexia and he himself has admitted that he started to talk comparatively later (not earlier that 3 years of age) and had problem remembering words.

·         Although he had these childhood problems, doctors say his brain was adept at the end of his life. (Read More)

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Its All About Your Brain

Your brain uses a fifth(20%) of all your blood. It needs it to keep up with the heavy metabolic demands of its neurons. It needs not only oxygen but glucose too

A 10 minute loss of oxygen will usually cause significant neural damage. Cold can lengthen this time, which is why cold-water drowning victims have been revived after as much as 40 minutes - without brain damage.(Read More)