Horulanka, a group of young guys doing some music experiments on their spare time while doing higher studies. At the moment they are located in Melbourne, Australia.
Check out these awesome covers they have done. They don’t like to reveal them self but they are very talented, and couple of them are from very famous music families (don’t ask me who are they :p). And all of these are home made productions.
Just check following songs or go to their YouTube channel for full list of songs & new releases.
Subscribe the, on YouTube to watch them regularly.
This is the best one I like, Malak une ei numba mata (මලක් උනේ ඇයි නුඹ මට)
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Nisala Sara - Organized by Junior Old Boys' Association of Sri Sumangala College, Panaudra
The Junior Old Boys’ Association of Sri Sumangala College, Panaudra has planned to stage a Musical Programme on January 05, 2008 at 6.30 pm at the Town Hall, Panadura. Well – known singers Mr. Edward Jayakodi, Chief Instructor, Music Education, Ministry of Education, Ms. Deepika Priyadharshani Peiris and Mr. Mervin Perera will participate the programme. Music will conduct by our old boy and a famous musician Mr. Thissasiri Pepera.
For further information please contact CHAMARA PEIRIS – Vice President / Project Chairman on +94 712 967 967 (mobile) or email@example.com (email).
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Here I’m not going brief you about Web Standards, but I’m going to tell how we can use those best practices in Web standards to produce a valid (X)HTML page.
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Include the correct DOCTYPE declaration at the beginning of the file. A DOCTYPE (short for “document type declaration”) informs the validator which version of (X)HTML you’re using, and must appear at the very top of every web page. DOCTYPEs are a key component of compliant web pages: your markup and CSS won’t validate without them.
The DOCTYPE is case-sensitive so use the correct case: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "- //W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd" />
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Here anotherlistfromme this time it’s all about feeds which I have added to my Google Reader to read whenever I am free. Actually now I am addicted to Google Reader and these feeds. This list is bit long and it’s containing around 78 valid feeds.
Here I have sorted out the list in alphabetical order. This will contain feeds about Web Standards, Accessibility, Usability, User Experience, Web 2.0, Personal Blogs, Technical and Technology, Design Resources and some great online journals regarding web and it’s new trends. This is very helpful for me to keep my self updated on time.
If anyone know any good feed that I have missed here, feel free to add it via a comment.
[UPDATE - Tuesday, March 31, 2009]NethFM online stream replaced with their new stream link.
[UPDATE - Wednesday, March 18, 2009] New Sri Lankan Online Community Radio, Sinha FM has been added. It’s on air from Doha, Qatar. Sinha FM is a none profitable on line radio for all our expats working in out side of our mother land..
[UPDATE] I have re-ordered and index the list by alphabetical order. Hope this will be much more readable than before.
Here I am listing some good Sri Lankan Radio Stations and Music Portals with their online streaming feed. Remember some radio streaming feeds they providing are not valid, so in here I have tried my best to avoid those invalid feeds.
Organised by the Junior Old Boys’ Association of the Sri Sumangala College. Contact Dhanesh on 0777271969, Nirodha on 0772278495, Chamara on 0712967967 for more information about the event & for tickets.
I found a very useful Internet TV Portal. It has free access to 6856 TV-Stations from nearly all states over the world. The listed stations are checked daily for availability and made available in ranges from 24Kb/s to 2048Kb/s. Whether Entertainment, News or Online shopping – here you find all topics.