Friday, August 29, 2014

Juggaar mid railtrack party


A group of youth enjoy their lunch while sitting in the middle of railway track may cause any mishap and needs attention of concerned authorities.

Charpai on cycle


Charpais being transported on cycle in busy town traffic.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Free cellphone charging at Pak railway


A free mobile charging utility at a Pakistani railway station.

Circus bear hitching a taxi ride


A circus bear leans out of the window for the photograph as it rides a taxi to its destination through the city traffic; another of those things that only happen in Pakistan.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Furniture transport on bike


A three seater sofa being transported by a motor bike; something that one would expect to see only in Pakistan.

Chain Clock


Breaking the clich├ęs, a chain clock for the work space instead of a round dial one.

Monday, August 25, 2014

Fixing the over heating charger


Rigged up overheating charger with an ice / chilled water bottle.

Caravan Boat


A one in all vacation ride that turns in to a boat.


Is water proof and has a furnished inside like a caravan bus.


Hooks up on stand without the car.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Uranium sale satire


"I purchased this product 4.47 Billion years ago and when opened it today, it was half empty." - Reviews are even more interesting than the actual hoax.

No country for old computers


A complete desktop computer rigged up without a casing for use. Who needs a casing.

Hair Brush as side view mirror replacement


A hair brush with a back mirror rigged up as a car's side view mirror.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Pakistani R&D start up designs ad hoc WiFi Gadget


Pakistani Tech and R&D startup, Highbrows Engineering & Technologies, creates a gadget that uses a battery to power up Evo Wingle anywhere for highspeed WiFi internet on the go for cellphones.

See below for images of the gadget taken from the Highbrows official blog: Ad hoc on the go Wifi from Evo Wingle without a power socket:





Juggaar Wallpapers

Feel free to download and use on your desktop. Keep checking for more [click image for full version].









Convincing fruit shop public service ad



Stop smoking, start eating fruit.

Payback juggaar


Guy leaves a 100 rs note in the broken light after mistakenly backing over it with his car; restores faith in humanity.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Ad hoc police armoured van check post


Police armoured van on the wall as an ad hoc check post.

Cell phone for Karachi


The new Nokia 7.65, Customized for Pakistani Conditions. Your days of being afraid to answer your phone in public are over!

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Sync between Dropbox, Google drive and OneDrive

After a long search for cloud syncing mechanisms that do not involve your PC to first download and then re-upload the files wasting precious bandwidth, and certainly not involving any paid accounts, MultCloud is the nearest solution with a outlook and windows 8 like web theme. It allows you to sync remotely between all mainstream cloud services without downloading the data first. The files are directly copied between the services - finally you can get the best of all your favourite services, sync between them and even use all their combined space for a larger storage for free. Now remotely downloading torrents to dropbox is only one of the magic things you can get from cloud.

The only caveat is that the website needs a lot of features inspite of its user friendly theme. Any syncing between the services has to be done manually by copy pasting the files or folders as displayed in the multcloud console. This is very user friendly if it is to be done for the sake of backing up, but not for continuous syncing. IFTTT would still be a better method for continuously syncing files. What multcloud needs to beat everything else in its competition is a feature that makes continuous two way syncing between the services fully automated. That is, virtual directories created in OneDrive (for example) copy or take in the data from dropbox (for backup). Or anything added to one service automatically updates in the other without having to login to multcloud. This would not only bring alot of free users to multcloud (which would then ofcourse like to upgrade for its current premium services) but also make the multcloud users refer much more friends to the network turning it into a hub for cloud management

The biggest turn off for multcloud is that you have to keep the console open till all your files are synced between the services or the connection is broken (and on top of it, the transfer is quite slow if you are copying a multitude of files and sub folders). So even if you did it manually, you have to stay on the web page. That hardly makes it the best of the remote syncing services, but it's a good starter as its very user friendly interface makes up for the rest.

Some alternative services are ZeroPC (1 Gb/bandwidth per month for free users) and Storage Made Easy (2 Gb/bandwidth per month for free users). However, their FAQs show almost exactly same features and unless better flexibility, higher transfer speed and the option of closing the browser (transferring in background) are not their plus points they do not stack up well at all against the unlimited bandwidth of the free multcloud service.

For now, I only use it for creating one time back ups from DropBox to OneDrive. If there's a service that catches up with the idea of unattended automation (without involving premium ofcourse), feel free to drop in comments and I will update this post.

Friday, August 15, 2014