Friday, August 17, 2012

Usernames & Passwords

Shakespeare said:  What's in a name ?

Well, there can be anything or nothing in a name, but  I suppose there is a lot that can be revealed from a username & passwords of  people. When there can be handwriting analysis etc, I wonder why we don't have username/password analysis. There is certainly a lot of insight that can be obtained from the same. usually one keeps the name of something unforgettable as password. On the lighter side, here is a collection of some of the same of characters from popular sitcoms to go first....

Username  : Sheldon_rocks
Password  : Sheldon_just_rocks*007^

Username  : Leonard
Password  : IwaanbeBadGuy

Username  : Rajesh_USA
Password  : Ilovemysweater&jetski

Username  : Penny_theactress
Password  : Ijustloveshoes

U : HowardWolowitz
P : SpaceScientist

U : Monicageller
P : iwannacleanthewholeworld

U : Rachel
P : fashionpassion

U : Ross_the_digger
P : Itsalwaysbeenrachel

U : Chandler_jokesinc
P : JaniceOhMyGod!

U : Janice
P : ItsalwaysbeenChandlerhhhaaaa!!!

U : Chandler_jokesinc
P : bingbingbing

U : Chandler_jokesinc
P : bingbingbing

U : Joey
P : Howyoudoin?

U : Phoebe
P : haanweirdohaan?

U : SonuNigam
P : ohohooooooahaaaaha   (song :  Ab mujhe raat din...)

U : MonmohanSingh
P : sshhhhhh.....

U: Rajnikanth
P: It is said that Super computers crashed after Rajnikanth keyed in the password.

U: Rajnikanth
P: The repeating digits of Pi.

U: Rajnikanth
P: No site dares to ask Rajnikanth the password, it just knows to login.

U : Charlie_Harper
P : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx&x

U: Alan_harper
P: Iamnotatotalloser_really

U: Jake_thecool_kid
P: Whatev

U: Priyanka_chopra
P: ihatethechipchip

U: ShahRukh_Khan
P: kkkkkkiran

U: SpellofNeha (my wife is a harry potter fan)
P: < doesn't need password, the spell is supposed to sign in into the account, but essentially one needs to be flying on broomstick first >

more to come along here.....

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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

A common freedom fighter

             Simple white khadi became his attire as his thoughts began to change with the ongoing freedom struggle. He started to think independently & stood for what is right. He was inspired by Gandhi, Nehru, Bhagat singh. He couldn't make up his mind whether ahimsa was the right path, but attended all the rallies, processions, felt great walking briskly behind the half-naked fakir.

P.S : This is the story of a non-popular freedom fighter or rather a common man in pre-independence times. Let’s take a moment to salute the brave souls who sacrificed their lives so that the future generations could live a life not dominated by others

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Sunday, August 5, 2012

One fine day

This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 30; the thirtieth edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton.
This post is a 55 fiction  - 55 Fiction is a form of micro-fiction that refers to the works of fiction limited to a maximum of fifty-five words.
             Sanjay always wondered what the beach offers that makes people so happy? Do they just forget all their problems relaxing in the serenity of the beach or is it just they catch a break form their routine lives they love & cherish. As far as he could recall, he had always sold peanuts on the beach. He thought he is just a kid & would figure out one fine day.

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