Today, Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, and Pixar, resigned from his position. He’s perhaps the most loved figures in IT industry. His commencement speech at Stanford in 2005 is among my favourites. It tells the story of his struggle and how he lived up with failures and kept going on and on…
Check it out and you won’t regret these 14 minutes…
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
Denim is perhaps the most desired fabric and jeans if the most favourite apparel among many. From the process of gathering cotton to creating a pair of jeans, there involve various steps. All the main stages of how jeans are made are shown in the video below.
I love music, I love singing, and most of the times I sing to myself, apart from singing among friends circle sometimes. Lately, I recorded my vocals using a karaoke track [digital music of the song without vocals]. I was only doing some recording check, so I thought I should share it with others. It’s a raw version, and only a short clip of the audio song.
For those who don’t know, this song is originally sung by Kishore Kumar, for the movie “Amar Prem“, and it is composed by S.D Burman.
Here’s a very famous Urdu ghazal written by Mirza Ghalib: “Koi umeed bar nahi aati
Koi soorat nazar nahi aati”
This version is sung by the young Pakistani signer AliZafar, in a TV show “Dil se”. This track is also included in his latest Album titled “Jhoom”. It is composed by Yousaf Salah Uddin. This version is so soft and easy-listening. I’m sure you’ll love it.
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has also performed this Ghazal in his typical Qawwali style, in the same composition.
Ever wonder what kittens are actually thinking?
Wonder no more. When an adorable 6-year-old inserts her own literal narrative to the photos in a children’s book titled Kittens, the result is quite hilarious.
I’m presenting here two of the classic hits from old Indian and Pakistani Cinema. Lyrics of both of these songs revolve around blowing wind, and thus referring to the “excited” mood of the female character. Believe me, both of them have catchy tunes.
Song Title: Hawa mein Urta jaaye
Movie: Barsaat 
Artist: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Composer: Shankar-Jaikishan
And the second one:
Song Title: Main uddi uddi jaanwaan
Movie: Heer 
Singer: Munawar Sultana
Music: Safdar Hussain
Lyrics: Hazin Qadri
The comedian Jud Laipply performs various forms of popular dances of the western music scene in this 6-min. sequence. Laipply shows us dance moves from Elvis, Movie Grease, The Bangles, Michael Jackson and so many more styles that are still hit and iconic.
Ever thought what kittens are actually thinking?
Then wonder no more. When an adorable 6-year-old inserts her own literal narrative to the photos in a children’s book titled Kittens, the result is quite hilarious.