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Power Walking energy floorIn the sustainable energy market, Energy Floors, a Netherlands-based firm is trying hard to make its place. They sell products like Sustainable Energy Floor and Sustainable Dance Floor, that convert footsteps into electricity. As soon as anyone steps onto the floor, the tile flexes round about 10mm, and that movement is converted into electricity-15 Watts on average, and up to 25 Watts peak. If the tiles are connected together, 40 to be precise, the network can produce up to 1kW and this is possible due to the modular nature of these tiles.Power Walking energy floor 2Although we do not know how these magnificent tiles are made but for what we know is that it’s not piezoelectric. For what we can see, it looks like a rack-and-pinion that drives a small permanent magnet generator.

The flow of electricity is directed by a controller module. Charging low voltage devices, charging batteries, or lighting pathways with LEDs is all that can be done from the 12V output.

Power Walking energy floor4When you step on the blocks, they light up and this intrigues people to step on them again. Thus it would be an attractive marketing technique too.

As much fun as they may sound, these aren’t a techie joke or a high-tech toy. Russian Railway Research Institute has partnered with them and hopes to put Energy Floors on railroad platforms and high-traffic walkways. They also plan on looking into the use of this technology in order to gain energy from the movement of cars and trains.

Interesting fact, apart from the company’s sustainable focus, not only are the floor tiles made out of recyclable materials but has an expected lifetime of 30years.

Power Walking energy floor3Laurence Kemball-Cook delivers a TED talk on this concept:

‘Sustainable energy is a multifaceted industry. Solar, wind, and hydroelectric are the big players, but small energy-harvesting products have their place as well. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Energy Floors could make that step more productive.’

 

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Programming is an art.

There are plenty of compilers around to program.The famous C,the beautiful Java,the useful HTML,the elusive oracle and the simple .net…

So why assembly language????

Those of you who ever had a go at cracking and all other stuff will have a readymade answer to it.No cracking without a crack at assembly language.

If u are not in the cracking Biz why do you need it?

No programmer is complete without mastery over assembly language..your program ruins slow or there is some deep glitch.you work on it day and night and still the glitch remains a glitch.here comes the assembly language.You analyse the processes and come at a diagnosis…

Assembly language makes you powerful.it is the base on which everything is built.

Without assembly language you will always remain a novice.whatever you build or achieve.

So lets start the learning process.

You must have heard that the—-

Assembly language is hard to learn and understand

Its difficult to debug

It’s a messy outfit

Why do you want to save a little space using assembly language when you have so much space?

Believe Me, learning assembly language is easier than most high level languages..

Once you learn assembly language everything else comes naturally..

Assembly language has several benefits:

• Speed. Assembly language programs are generally the fastest programs around.

• Space. Assembly language programs are often the smallest.

• Capability. You can do things in assembly which are difficult or impossible in HLLs.

• Knowledge. Your knowledge of assembly language will help you write better programs,

even when using HLLs.

LESSON1 – THE REGISTERS AND SEGMENTS

 

LESSON 2 – BASIC OPERATORS

 

LESSON3 – INTERRUPTS LABELS AND DB

 

LESSON4 – STACK (PUSH,POP) AND MORE COMMANDS

 

LESSON5 – FLAGS AND JUMPS

 

LESSON6 – MEMORY MOVING

 

LESSON7 – PROCEDURES AND MACROS

 

LESSON8 – EXTERNALS AND PUBLICS

 

LESSON9 – INCLUDING INFO IN THE EXE

 

LESSON10 – PORTS, TIPS, SUMMARY

 

Beware of ‘Skimmers’

Last fall, two brothers from Bulgaria were charged in U.S. federal court in New York with using stolen bank account information to defraud two banks of more than $1 million.

Their scheme involved installing surreptitious surveillance equipment on New York City ATMs that allowed them to record customers’ account information and PINs, create their own bank cards, and steal from customer accounts.

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Skimming typically involves the use of hidden cameras (top) to record customers’ PINs and phony keypads (right) placed over real keypads to record keystrokes.

What these two did is called “ATM skimming”—basically placing an electronic device on an ATM that scoops information from a bank card’s magnetic strip whenever a customer uses the machine. ATM skimming is a growing criminal activity that some experts believe costs U.S. banks hundreds of millions of dollars annually.

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How to Avoid being Skimmed

– Inspect the ATM, gas pump, or credit card reader before using it…be suspicious if you see anything loose, crooked, or damaged, or if you notice scratches or adhesive/tape residue.

– When entering your PIN, block the keypad with your other hand to prevent possible hidden cameras from recording your number.

– If possible, use an ATM at an inside location (less access for criminals to install skimmers).

– Be careful of ATMs in tourist areas…they are a popular target of skimmers.

– If your card isn’t returned after the transaction or after hitting “cancel,” immediately contact the financial institution that issued the card.

How skimming works

The devices planted on ATMs are usually undetectable by users—the makers of this equipment have become very adept at creating them, often from plastic or plaster, so that they blend right into the ATM’s façade. The specific device used is often a realistic-looking card reader placed over the factory-installed card reader. Customers insert their ATM card into the phony reader, and their account info is swiped and stored on a small attached laptop or cell phone or sent wirelessly to the criminals waiting nearby.

In addition, skimming typically involves the use of a hidden camera, installed on or near an ATM, to record customers’ entry of their PINs into the ATM’s keypad. We have also seen instances where, instead of a hidden camera, criminals attach a phony keypad on top of the real keypad … which records every keystroke as customers punch in their PINs.

Skimming devices are installed for short periods of time—usually just a few hours—so they’re often attached to an ATM by nothing more than double-sided tape. They are then removed by the criminals, who download the stolen account information and encode it onto blank cards. The cards are used to make withdrawals from victims’ accounts at other ATMs.

Skimming investigations

Because of its financial jurisdiction, a large number of ATM skimming cases are investigated by the U.S. Secret Service. But through FBI investigative experience, we have learned that ATM skimming is a favorite activity of Eurasian crime groups, so we sometimes investigate skimming—often partnering with the Secret Service—as part of larger organized crime cases.

Some recent case examples:

  • In Miami, four Romanians were charged with fraud and identity theft after they made and placed skimming devices on ATMs throughout four Florida counties … all four men eventually pled guilty. More
  • In Atlanta, two Romanians were charged and pled guilty to being part of a criminal crew that stole account information from nearly 400 bank customers through the use of skimming equipment they installed on ATMs in the Atlanta metro area. More
  • In Chicago, a Serbian national was arrested—and eventually pled guilty—for attempting to purchase an ATM skimming device, hoping to steal information from ATM users and loot their bank accounts. More
  • In New York, a Bulgarian national referenced at the top of this story was sentenced yesterday to 21 months in prison for his role in a scheme that used sophisticated skimming devices on ATMs to steal over $1.8 million from at least 1,400 customer accounts at New York City area banks. More

One last note: ATMs aren’t the only target of skimmers—we’ve also seen it at gas pumps and other point-of-sale locations where customers swipe their cards and enter their PIN. (See sidebar for tips on how to avoid being victimized by skimming.)

 

A popular saying goes that programmers are machines that turn caffeine into code.

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And sure enough, ask a random programmer when they do their best work and there’s a high chance they will admit to a lot of late nights. Some earlier, some later. A popular trend is to get up at 4am and get some work done before the day’s craziness begins. Others like going to bed at 4am.

At the gist of all this is avoiding distractions. But you could just lock the door, what’s so special about the night?

I think it boils down to three things: the maker’s schedule, the sleepy brain and bright computer screens.

The maker’s schedule

Paul Graham wrote about the maker’s schedule in 2009 – basically that there are two types of schedules in this world (primarily?). The traditional manager’s schedule where your day is cut up into hours and a ten minute distraction costs you, at most, an hour’s worth of time.

On the other hand you have something PG calls the maker’s schedule – a schedule for those of us who produce stuff. Working on large abstract systems involves fitting the whole thing into your mind – somebody once likened this to constructing a house out of expensive crystal glassand as soon as someone distracts you, it all comes barreling down and shatters into a thousand pieces.

This is why programmers are so annoyed when you distract them.

Because of this huge mental investment, we simply can’t start working until we can expect a couple of hours without being distracted. It’s just not worth constructing the whole model in your head and then having it torn down half an hour later.

In fact, talking to a lot of founders you’ll find out they feel like they simply can’t get any work done during the day. The constant barrage of interruptions, important stuff to tend to and emails to answer simply don’t allow it. So they get most of their “work work” done during the night when everyone else is sleeping.

The sleepy brain

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Ballmer‘s Peak

But even programmers should be sleeping at night. We are not some race of super humans. Even programmers feel more alert during the day.

Why then do we perform our most mentally complex work work when the brain wants to sleep and we do simpler tasks when our brain is at its sharpest and brightest?

Because being tired makes us better coders.

Similar to the ballmer peak, being tired can make us focus better simply because when your brain is tired it has to focus! There isn’t enough left-over brainpower to afford losing concentration.

I seem to get the least work done right after drinking too much tea or having a poorly timed energy drink. Makes me hyperactive and one second I’m checking twitter, the next I’m looking at hacker news and I just seem to be buzzing all over the place..

You’d think I’d work better – so much energy, so much infinite overclocked brainpower. But instead I keep tripping over myself because I can’t focus for more than two seconds at a time.

Conversely, when I’m slightly tired, I just plomp my arse down and code. With a slightly tired brain I can code for hours and hours without even thinking about checking twitter or facebook. It’s like the internet stops existing.

I feel like this holds true for most programmers out there. We have too much brainpower for approximately 80 percent of the tasks we work on – face it, writing that one juicy algorithm, requires ten times as much code to produce an environment in which it can run. Even if you’re doing the most advanced machine learning (or something) imaginable, a lot of the work is simply cleaning up the data and presenting results in a lovely manner.

And when your brain isn’t working at full capacity it looks for something to do. Being tired makes you dumb enough that the task at hand is enough.

Bright computer screens

This one is pretty simple. Keep staring at a bright source of light in the evening and your sleep cycle gets delayed. You forget to be tired until 3am. Then you wake up at 11am and when the evening rolls around you simply aren’t tired because hey, you’ve only been up since 11am!

Given enough iterations this can essentially drag you into a different timezone. What’s more interesting is that it doesn’t seem to keep rolling, once you get into that equilibrium of going to bed between 3am and 4am you tend to stay there.

Or maybe that’s just the alarm clocks doing their thing because society tells us we’re dirty dirty slobs if we have breakfast at 2pm.

Fin

To conclude, programmers work at night because it doesn’t impose a time limit on when you have to stop working, which gives you a more relaxed approach, your brain doesn’t keep looking for distractions and a bright screen keeps you awake.

 

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PakistanBelow are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Pakistan. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.

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No Bank or Institution City Branch Name Swift Code
1 ALBARAKA ISLAMIC BANK B.S.C. (E.C.) KARACHI AIINPKKAXXX
2 ALBARAKA ISLAMIC BANK B.S.C. (E.C.) LAHORE AIINPKKALHR
3 ALLIED BANK LIMITED FAISALABAD (FAISALABAD CITY) ABPAPKKAFSD
4 ALLIED BANK LIMITED FAISALABAD (SITARA TOWER BRANCH) ABPAPKKA237
5 ALLIED BANK LIMITED ISLAMABAD (BLUE AREA BRANCH, CORPORATE BRANCH, ISLAMABAD – 0443) ABPAPKKA443
6 ALLIED BANK LIMITED ISLAMABAD (ISLAMABAD CITY) ABPAPKKAISL
7 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (199-UPPER MALL, LAHORE (0979)) ABPAPKKA979
8 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (BATH ISLAND) ABPAPKKATKC
9 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (BRANCH KARACHI (0949)) ABPAPKKA949
10 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE BRANCH, (OFF SHORE BANKING UNIT)) ABPAPKKAEPZ
11 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (GUJRANWALA CITY) ABPAPKKAGUJ
12 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (PESHAWAR CITY) ABPAPKKAPSH
13 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (RAWALPINDI CITY) ABPAPKKARWP
14 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (TRADE FACTORY WING, TRADE TOWER, CENTRAL OFFICE, KARACHI.) ABPAPKKATFW
15 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI (TREASURY OPERATIONS (TROPS), OPERATIONS GROUP, CENTRAL OFFICE) ABPAPKKATRY
16 ALLIED BANK LIMITED KARACHI ABPAPKKAXXX
17 ALLIED BANK LIMITED LAHORE (7-E/III, CORPORATE CENTRE, BRANCH LAHORE (0361)) ABPAPKKA361
18 ALLIED BANK LIMITED LAHORE (LAHORE CITY) ABPAPKKALHR
19 ALLIED BANK LIMITED MULTAN (CHEN ONE TOWER 74 ABDALI ROAD BRANCH) ABPAPKKA393
20 ALLIED BANK LIMITED MULTAN (MULTAN CITY) ABPAPKKAMUL
21 ALLIED BANK LIMITED SIALKOT (SIALKOT CITY) ABPAPKKASKT
22 ARIF HABIB BANK LIMITED KARACHI AHRBPKKAXXX
23 ASKARI BANK LIMITED RAWALPINDI (AWT PLAZA, RAWALPINDI BRANCH) ASCMPKKA001
24 ASKARIBANK LIMITED FAISALABAD (UNIVERSITY ROAD BRANCH) ASCMPKKA009
25 ASKARIBANK LIMITED GUJRANWALA (GUJRANWALA BRANCH) ASCMPKKA012
26 ASKARIBANK LIMITED GUJRAT (GUJRAT BRANCH) ASCMPKKA037
27 ASKARIBANK LIMITED ISLAMABAD (ISLAMIC BKG BR, BLUE AREA ) ASCMPKKA905
28 ASKARIBANK LIMITED KARACHI (CENTRAL FOREIGN TRADE UNIT) ASCMPKKAFT1
29 ASKARIBANK LIMITED KARACHI (ISLAMIC BKG BR, JODIA BAZAR) ASCMPKKA904
30 ASKARIBANK LIMITED KARACHI (ISLAMIC TREASURY DESK, KHI) ASCMPKKAIBT
31 ASKARIBANK LIMITED KARACHI (SAIMA TRADE TOWER BRANCH) ASCMPKKA002
32 ASKARIBANK LIMITED KARACHI (TREASURY DIVISION) ASCMPKKATRY
33 ASKARIBANK LIMITED KARACHI ASCMPKKAXXX
34 ASKARIBANK LIMITED LAHORE (CENTRAL FOREIGN TRADE UNIT) ASCMPKKAFT2
35 ASKARIBANK LIMITED LAHORE (ISLAMIC BKG BR, WALTON CANTT) ASCMPKKA906
36 ASKARIBANK LIMITED LAHORE (SAT BRANCH) ASCMPKKA006
37 ASKARIBANK LIMITED MULTAN (MULTAN BRANCH) ASCMPKKA013
38 ASKARIBANK LIMITED PESHAWAR (CANTONMENT BRANCH) ASCMPKKA004
39 ASKARIBANK LIMITED PESHAWAR (IBB, PESHAWAR) ASCMPKKA902
40 ASKARIBANK LIMITED QUETTA (CANTONMENT BRANCH) ASCMPKKA003
41 ASKARIBANK LIMITED QUETTA (ISLAMIC BKG BR,JINNAH RD) ASCMPKKA903
42 ASKARIBANK LIMITED RAWALPINDI (CENTRAL FOREIGN TRADE UNIT) ASCMPKKAFT3
43 ASKARIBANK LIMITED RAWALPINDI (HEAD OFFICE, RAWALPINDI ) ASCMPKKAHOR
44 ASKARIBANK LIMITED RAWALPINDI (IBB, RAWALPINDI) ASCMPKKA901
45 ASKARIBANK LIMITED RAWALPINDI (INTERNATIONAL DIVISION) ASCMPKKAIND
46 ASKARIBANK LIMITED SIALKOT (SIALKOT BRANCH) ASCMPKKA010
47 ATLAS BANK LIMITED KARACHI (FOREX AND TREASURY DEPARTMENT) DBHDPKKATRY
48 ATLAS BANK LIMITED KARACHI (TRADE PROCESSING CENTER (SOUTH)) DBHDPKKAKHI
49 ATLAS BANK LIMITED KARACHI DBHDPKKAXXX
50 ATLAS BANK LIMITED LAHORE (TRADE PROCESSING CENTRE (NORTH)) DBHDPKKALHE
51 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED FAISALABAD (FAISALABAD BRANCH) BAHLPKKAFSD
52 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED ISLAMABAD (ISLAMABAD BRANCH) BAHLPKKAISL
53 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED KARACHI (CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT) BAHLPKKACPU
54 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED KARACHI (EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE BRANCH) BAHLPKKAEPZ
55 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED KARACHI (ISLAMIC BANKING DIVISION) BAHLPKKAIBD
56 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED KARACHI (JODIA BAZAR) BAHLPKKAJBZ
57 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED KARACHI (KARACHI MAIN BRANCH) BAHLPKKAKHI
58 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED KARACHI (L C CENTRE) BAHLPKKALCC
59 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED KARACHI BAHLPKKAXXX
60 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED LAHORE (LAHORE BRANCH) BAHLPKKALHR
61 BANK AL HABIB LIMITED MULTAN (MULTAN MAIN BRANCH) BAHLPKKAMUL
62 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED ABBOTTABAD (ABBOTTABAD BRANCH) ALFHPKKA068
63 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED ABBOTTABAD (IBD ABBOTABAD) ALFHPKKA547
64 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED AHMADPUR EAST (AHMEDPUR EAST BRANCH) ALFHPKKA122
65 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED ARIFWALA (ARIFWALA BRANCH) ALFHPKKA115
66 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED ATTOCK (ATTOCK BRANCH) ALFHPKKA120
67 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED ATTOCK (HAZRO) ALFHPKKA141
68 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED ATTOCK (KAMRA) ALFHPKKA191
69 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED ATTOCK (LAKKAR MANDI GHORGHUSHTI BRANCH) ALFHPKKA231
70 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BAHAWALNAGAR (BAHAWALNAGAR) ALFHPKKA164
71 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BAHAWALPUR (BAHAWALPUR BRANCH) ALFHPKKA085
72 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BALUCHISTAN (CHAMAN BRANCH) ALFHPKKA121
73 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BALUCHISTAN (CUTPIECE BRANCH) ALFHPKKA097
74 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BANNU (BANNU) ALFHPKKA154
75 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BATTAGRAM (BATTAGRAM BRANCH) ALFHPKKA230
76 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BHAKKAR (BHAKKAR BRANCH) ALFHPKKA202
77 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BHALWAL (BHALWAL BRANCH) ALFHPKKA105
78 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED BUREWALA (BUREWALA BRANCH) ALFHPKKA055
79 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED CHAKWAL (CHAKWAL BRANCH) ALFHPKKA129
80 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED CHAKWAL (IBD DHUDIAL DISTT CHAKWAL) ALFHPKKA548
81 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED CHICHAWATNI (CHICHAWATNI BRANCH) ALFHPKKA116
82 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED CHINIOT (CHINIOT BRANCH) ALFHPKKA111
83 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED CHITRAL (CHITRAL) ALFHPKKA142
84 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED CHUCHUNG (CHUHNG BR IBD) ALFHPKKA536
85 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED DASKA (DASKA BRANCH) ALFHPKKA112
86 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED DEPALPUR (DEPALPUR) ALFHPKKA192
87 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED DERA GHAZI KHAN (DERA GHAZI KHAN BRANCH) ALFHPKKA075
88 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED DERA ISMAIL KHAN (D.I. KHAN BRANCH) ALFHPKKA057
89 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED DERA ISMAIL KHAN (IBD DERA ISMAIL KHAN) ALFHPKKA532
90 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED DHARKI (DHARKI BRANCH) ALFHPKKA123
91 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED DINA (DINA) ALFHPKKA190
92 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (BABAR CHOWK FAISALABAD) ALFHPKKA187
93 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (FAISALABAD BRANCH) ALFHPKKAFSD
94 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (GOJRA) ALFHPKKA160
95 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (IBD CANAL RD FAISALABAD) ALFHPKKA544
96 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (IBD MEDICAL COLLEGE ROAD BRANCH) ALFHPKKA511
97 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (IBD SATYANA ROAD FAISALABAD) ALFHPKKA533
98 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (ISLAMIC BANKING, KUTCHERY BAZAR BRANCH) ALFHPKKA503
99 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (JARANWALA) ALFHPKKA159
100 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED FAISALABAD (KHURRIAN WALA BRANCH) ALFHPKKA209


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