All entries for October 2004

October 30, 2004


Is as nice as silence
is not like a silence
If you mention it ,you wont crack it

Is a big secret
is not like a secret
If you mention it ,you wont break it

If you mention it
you will extend it,

be brave

take it

mention it

make it

October 26, 2004

Dancing Apple

Dancing Apple

An apple fell down from a green tree in a jungle…

Turning ,turning ,turned and moved around
Crawlled in the pure water of a brook in the jungle
A frog who was afraid of this action
Suddenly turned around
Some drops of water splashed on me ….

Slowly slowly I followed the moving apple
And with the sound of my footsteps "tep tep"
I became involved in the music of jungle
Hundreds of nice memories were in the bow of the brook
Puneh (a flower) and green grass were entwined (hugging) each other
There was wild, noisy music in the jungle….

The apple twist dance was divine with the music

Reza 1998 – Tehran

October 21, 2004

How to clone a hard disk

You have a hard disk and you would like to clone it ( identical )on a new hard disk (for instance the size of the first hdd is not enough and you would like to have everything the same but on a bigger hdd , or you just want to backup everything including your windows and so on ) , what you need to do:

Maybe you think “so easy just install the second hdd as slave , then format it and then start some copy and pasts” , or maybe you prefer to use an image software.

Copy and paste will copy your data files and folders but can not make the second hdd bootable and windows wont start.

The image software also needs lots of space , but there is a different and easy way :

1-Install the second hdd as slave
2-Format it
3-Close all open programs , including anti viruses
4-Go to command mode (using “cmd” or “command “)
And run :
“ Xcopy C:\ X:\ /s /e /c /r /k /h /q “

(C: source , X: destination)
and wait for Dos prompt , ignore sharing error messages

now you can remove the first hdd , change the clone one to master and start your windows as nothing has happened.

p.s: adding /v can verify your copied files , but takes more time.


October 15, 2004

Invite your eyes to the beauty of art.

This is a sample pattern on a Persian rug , isnt this beautiful? And its more interesting if you know usually all members of a family work days and nights to finish a masterpiece like this . They knit their life on it , their happy moments , their hardship of life.

so , this time if you step on a real Persian rug , just step on carefully. Its also an art to know how to take care of a piece of art.

October 07, 2004

Motto on the entrance of the United Nations building

(Persian) Iranian poet Saadi, wrote a poem eight century ago that later became a motto on the entrance of the United Nations building.
Saadi, eloquently manifested:

The sons of Adam are limbs of each other, Having been created of one essence.
When the calamity of time affects one limb The other limbs cannot remain at rest.
If thou hast no sympathy for the troubles of others
Thou art unworthy to be called by the name of a human.


writing in Persian:
Bani aadam aazaye yek digarand
ke dar aafarinesh ze yek gooharand

cho ozvi be dard aavarad roozegaar
degar ozvhaa raa namaanad gharaar

to kaz mehnate digaraan bi ghami
nashaayad ke naamat nahand aadami

October 06, 2004

Some people sometimes travel –Travelouge

Some people sometimes travel
Sometimes I travel too
From west to east, east to west I do

Some people sometimes travel
Sometimes I travel too
From west to west, east to east, it happens also

Some people sometimes travel
Sometimes I travel too
From myself to myself, though
Even my heart to my heart so

But I never had travelled from love to love,
Imagine, could you?


October 02, 2004

Once upon a time there was a Majeed

Once upon a time there were twelve of my friends and me living together for about 6 months under one roof, all of them so very nice people with no problem whatsoever but one! Three of them had a common name: “Majeed” , so we decided to give them a funny suffix and they converted to “Majeedov” , “Majeedovski” and “Majeedovich” , that not only solved the problem also gave us some fun.

These two weeks of beginning term in the University of Warwick I am so busy (having more than 30 calls a day ) so company decided to give me a hand by calling a nice person coming everyday from London to help me and guess what ? his name is Majeed !

I told him the story and asked him to find a suffix for himself before I decide to give him one by my choice, but in the end I realised his name is Majid (or Majed) but they pronounce it Majeed ! and he had a narrow escape.

Names and alphabets are just a piece of hardware, and this is our art to make a software to bring art and fun to life and find memento in friendship.


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