Sanjoy Roy

[MCM, MCP, SCJP] – Senior PHP Programmer

Monthly Archives: December 2009

Melbourne Passport Office, Victoria.


All passport and certification of signature (authentications and apostilles) enquires should be directed to the Melbourne Passport Office.

Office hours: 08:30am ‑ 4:00pm Monday to Friday

Level 13, Casselden Place
2 Lonsdale Street (corner of Spring Street)
Melbourne VIC 3000

Location map

Passport enquiries:

Tel: 131 232

Email: passports.australia@dfat.gov.au

Notarial enquiries:

Tel: (03) 9221 5443

Email: notarialsvic@dfat.gov.au

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Monash Council Citizenship Ceremony


Applications

Applications for citizenship are made to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (telephone enquiries 131 880).

Applicants are advised in writing by the Department as to whether their application has been successful or not.

Citizenship ceremonies

Successful applicants are required to attend a citizenship ceremony, as the final phase of their being granted Australian citizenship. At the ceremony, successful applicants are required to pledge their allegiance to Australia and its laws. They are then presented with a Certificate of Australian Citizenship, which formally represents conferral of Australian citizenship. Read more of this post

ColorZilla – Eyedropper, Color Picker, Palette Viewer for Firefox


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Features:
* Eyedropper – get the color of any pixel in the browser window
* An advanced Color Picker similar to ones that can be found in Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro
* Zoom option makes picking colors easier
* Palette Viewer and editor. Palettes fully compatible with GIMP.
* Webpage DOM Color Analyzer – analyze DOM element colors on any Web page, find out what CSS rules set the colors, locate corresponding elements
* Online Palette Viewer – allows viewing, bookmarking and sharing any color palette online, click here for an example
* History and Favorites palettes
* Page Pan option allows to quickly pan the page without using the scroll bars
* Displays element information like tag name, class, id, size, relative mouse position etc.
* Outline elements under the cursor
* Multi-platform – works on MS Windows, Linux and MacOSX.
* Manipulate colors by their Red/Green/Blue or Hue/Saturations/Value components.
* Auto copy the generated or sampled colors in CSS RGB, Hex and other formats.
* Launch the DOM Inspector or Firebug (if present) with the last selected element
* Measure the distance between any two points in the browser window
* Get the color of dynamic elements (hovered links etc.) by resampling the last sampled pixel
* Customize the Color Picker resolution to give the best performance vs color precision
* Can be hidden when not in use

Grameenphone P5/P6 internet package, use efficiently


Grameenphone P5/P6 packages are data limited packages, taking the most out of them should be a priority.

To efficiently use your data quota, you should follow few things:

1. Use firefox browser with adblocker plus extension.Ads use lots of bandwidth, so using adblocker saves your bandwidth.
2. Don’t use torrent clients.Torrents uses both uploading and downloading, so while downloading a 20MB file with torrent, you may end up using 30MB or more of your data quota.
3. Use pidgin messenger instead of official yahoo/msn messenger.Official yahoo/msn messengers shows lots of ads which eats up your data quota, so using pidgin for chat will save your pocket.
4.Update softwares using update packs.Many softwares provide a smaller upgrader package when new versions are available. Download and use it instead of full package.
5. Turn off showing images on web pages when you only need text information. This will save you most bandwidth in the long run.

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