If you have visited DailyTechTuts.com in past few days, then you might have noticed snow flakes falling all over this blog! Check out following video to see the snowfall effect in action:
Why this was done?:
This is the month of December and winter season can be experienced in almost all parts of the world. Some countries in the northern hemisphere also gets plenty of snowfall during this season.
December month is the month of major festivals like Christmas and New Year.
I got very much inspired by the falling snow effect on the official WordPress.com homepage and many of its sub-pages. Even many free users of WordPress.com reported sudden activation of snowfall effect on their blog.
Important Note: As per the official rule of LIC of India your ONLINE premium can be paid 30 days in advance from the due date of your policy. Also if due to some reason your policy has been lapsed, then online payment for such policy can’t be made at all. Under such conditions you are required to go to your nearest LIC office and pay your policy premium in person.
You may already know that starting 1st of October 2015, BSNL will automatically upgrade your internet connection speed from 512 kbps to minimum 2 Mbps, until you exceed your Fair Usage Policy (FUP) limit. Once you have exceeded your FUP limit, BSNL will start redirecting almost all domains (except Google, Gmail etc.) in your web browser to an IP address which will show you following message:
Dear customer since you have exceeded the fair usage limit provided as per your opted plan. You will be able to browse with the reduced speed from now on. However you can browse at the higher speed by appropriately adding/upgrading a voucher.