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Myanmar3 leh Zawgyi-One tawh anih in aki simtheiding nadeihleh hih a nuai a setting teng na bawl in.
Kawllai i siam keizong a kawlgam mi i hihna khat hi diam i computer tungah kawllai mah kisim thei leh ki utsese in a tua na ngawn i hih theihloh kawmkal pan a i zat ngeingei sa Zawgyi-One leh Myanmar 3 hong ki zangkhawm ta dihdih in khat tawh setting bawlleeng khattawh ki en theilo cihbang hi kawikawi in tuun bel kawllai news simnuam te a ding in lem taktak ta.

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Azom a Advanced meek
Fonts for: Western
Proportional: Serif
Serif: Zawgyi-One
Sans-serif: Zawgyi-One
Monospace: Zawgyi-One
Allow pages to choose their own font... bel maanpia (aki piak nai kei leh)
Default Character Encoding: Unicode (UTF-8)

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Create a Folder Name "con"

 Have you ever tried to create a folder named “con” on your windows xp or vista or any windows os ? You may have tried if somebody has challenged you to create one. You are told that you can’t create a folder named con on windows. But that’s not 100 % correct, We can create such folders but not following general ways.

Try to create a folder with any of these names CON, PRN, AUX, CLOCK$, NUL, COM1, COM2, COM3, COM4, COM5, COM6, COM7, COM8, COM9, LPT1, LPT2, LPT3, LPT4, LPT5, LPT6, LPT7, LPT8, LPT9 … You will not be successful if you go by general method of creating folder.
Why ?
When DOS was written, con, prn, etc were recognised as devices. So if such a folder could be created, there will be ambiguity about where the data should go, the virtual folder you created or the real devices (Since real devices are supposed to be virtual folders at device level).
How can we create folders with such restricted names ??
Some people advice you to create con named folder by fooling yourself :P by typing c then 0(zero) then n.. But lets get real ways..

Open the Command prompt by Start -> Run and typing cmd
C:> md \.c:con
then hit enter.

Replace the word con with any of the above-mentioned restricted/blocked folder names if you desire.
Now, Open My Computer and browse through the path where you created CON folder.(Drive C: in our case here). Hurray!!! we created it successfully. Now the next time, one can’t challenge us for this. Now try to delete the created folder. It won’t delete. Now try this in command prompt console (start  -  run  -  cmd)
C:> rd \.c:con
Its removed now…

Can you create con folder on windows xp ?
Why this method works ? How could it be created ?
Because of the UNC Path (Universal Naming Convention). The Universal Naming Convention, or UNC, specifies a common syntax to describe the location of a network resource, such as a shared file, directory, or printer.Since, these conventions didn’t exist under pure DOS, they are not backward compatible. The UNC syntax for Windows systems is as follows..
where RemoteHost is the computer name / IP address of the computer that you wish to connect remotely for accessing shared folder. The rest is the path.
(Here \remotehostdrive:con doesn’t make sense anyway, because without having a process on the remote host, there is no current ‘console’). It may be a security hazard as well because of the serial and parallel ports being accessible to  everyone who is allowed to read or write in any single directory.
The “.” in the command \.c:con suggest the local server. Now, we are pointing to our own computer. since, we have all privileges on every folder of your computer, we can easily create it through DOS mode(command console mode).   {credit for this explanation: Thinkdigit member}
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Hih tawh kisai alunglut a om leh ki hel thei hi hang ei.

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Tek Jung Mahat <>
Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2013 06:15:24 GMT
Subject: [y4smd] Call for Participation - NASA International Space
Apps Challenge: Kathmandu Hackathon, 20-21 April 2013
To: ICIMOD Youth Mailing List <>

Calling all software developers, engineers, designers and
technologists for the Kathmandu Hackathon!
In Nepal, we grew up listening to the mythical stories of Chandra Dev,
Surya Dev, Sapta Rishi, and Dhurba Tara. As youth, we were curious
about the Earth, moon, sun, and the stars, often looking into the
night sky and wondering what exists beyond the constellations.

Through NASA's space exploration program, many questions about space
and the universe have been answered. NASA research and applications
have also helped us realize the benefits of using space technology for
earth observation - including in responding to disaster, understanding
climate change, monitoring agriculture, tracking air pollution, and
conserving biodiversity. Examples of this can be seen on the
International Center for Integrated Mountain Development's (ICIMOD)
Mountain GeoPortal<>.

Now, through NASA's International Space Apps Challenge, people from
all over the world have been given a chance to learn more about space
technology and earth observation applications and use their knowledge
and skills to develop meaningful solutions to help to address critical
global challenges.

This year, we are happy to announce that the people of Nepal have an
opportunity to participate in this challenge. Working with experts
from ICIMOD to learn more about the issues facing the region,
participants will use their skills and knowledge to develop solutions
to pressing problems, especially those that are affecting communities
in the Himalayas. This is an opportunity you can't ignore and
challenge you can't afford to miss!

We are calling on the best and the brightest software developers,
engineers, designers and technologists from Nepal to join us in
responding to real-world problems with solutions than can have a
lasting impact.

What is the International Space Apps Challenge?
The International Space Apps Challenge<>
is an international hackathon with events on all seven continents and
in space that will take place over a 48-hour period from 20 to 21
The event embraces collaborative problem solving with a goal of
producing open-source solutions to global challenges.

What is a hackathon?
Hackathons are technology development marathons that draw on the
talents and initiative of bright-minded developers, engineers,
technologists, designers, and anyone with a desire to make an
immediate impact on the world. They are focused on developing real
solutions to global challenges by the end of the event.

The first International Space Apps Challenge was held in April 2012 in
25 cities around the world. The event brought together over 2,000
participants (age 16-70) to address 71 featured challenges, which are
focused on contributing to space exploration missions and helping to
improve life on Earth. More than 100 unique open-source solutions were
developed in less than 48 hours.

To view the results, visit<>.

Because of the event's success in 2012, the International Space Apps
Challenge has been made an annual event. Our vision is that the
International Space Apps Challenge will continue to give people
everywhere an unprecedented opportunity to developed meaningful
solutions to help address critical needs applicable to both space
exploration and improving lives on Earth.

Global Event Locations
In 2012, the challenge took place in 25 cities in 17 countries on all
seven continents - from San Francisco to Nairobi. We anticipate this
year's event to be even bigger, with up to 70 official locations,
including one in Kathmandu, as well as virtual participation from
around the globe.

Get Involved
The only true requirement for participating in the event is a passion
for making a difference and getting involved. Anyone can participate
in the International Space Apps Challenge, which requires individuals
with a broad range of skills. Participants could include engineers,
technologists, scientists, designers, artists, educators, students,
and entrepreneurs - anyone who has a passion for changing the world
and is willing to devote two days to this exciting event.

About the Kathmandu Hackathon

Who are the organizers in Nepal?
ICIMOD and YoungInnovations Pvt. Ltd

What is the date of the hackathon?
20-21 April 2013

What is the deadline to register?
15 April 2013

Where will the Kathmandu hackathon be held?
Direction Exhibition and Convention Center Hall (DECC), United World
Trade Center (UWTC), Tripureshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal

How can I register?
Fill out the registration form by following the Register Now link on
the Kathmandu location's dedicated

What challenges can I work on?
NASA has compiled a list of featured
challenges<> for participants
to choose from that include a wide range of topics, including
possibilities for software and hardware development, citizen science,
and data visualization.

For regular updates:
On Twitter, please follow #spaceapps for international updates and
#spaceapps_ktm for updates on the Kathmandu Hackathon, as well as
@spaceappsktm @ICIMOD @MountainGeoPortal or @mobilenepal

International Spaceapps Challenge [NASA], Kathmandu:
Mountain GeoPortal:<>

All the updates will be shared through:

Contact info:
Suyesh Pradhan, ICIMOD
Mobile: 9803821405

Bimal Maharjan, Younginnovations Pvt. Ltd
Mobile : 9849958666

For more information please visit

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