Happy Friendship Day 2016 for whatsapp

Happy Friendship Day 2016

Here we end for the most awaited day, Friendship day. Words are not enough to describe a friend that make our life easier and happier and filling the most mesmerizing memories with oneself. It’s said that the most beautiful relationship in the world is none but the Friendship, and here we are celebrating this day to dedicate to all our friends who are near or much far from our life.
Asking for any solution and they make us to forget the problems are “Friends”. Studying late night together and start talking about something weird is a “Friend”. Stuck in a traffic and the first person that comes in our mind for help is a “Friend”. Much more things are happening when we are in this most awesome relationship.
Friendship is what that gives meaning to life and provides the best direction for future. We all laugh, we cry and we learn with friends together. We eat, we shop and we work with friends together. And when we fight for what we believe and change the world, we do that with friends too.

Thus we celebrate this day to honor our most precious thing to be in our life and make something incredible.
Best Friend always sticks Together. ! So Friendship day is here! People search for friendship day quotes, Friendship day quotes for whatsapp, friendship day wishes and status to be shared on whatsapp, happy friendship day 2016 whatsapp status . we have shared some awesome collection of whatsapp one liner status for friendship day . check out out best and cooliest collection of Happy Friendship Day 2016 Quotes  , Happy Friendship Day 2016 status.

Happy Friendship Day 2016 Wishes Quotes

  • A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out. Happy Friendship Day!
  • How long shall v b friends? Do u want a clue? As long as stars twinkle in the sky, till the water runs dry & till the day I die. We will b friends. Happy Friendship Day 2016 Quotes!
  • Friendship is always a sweet responsibility, never an opportunity. Happy Friendship Day!
  • The rain may be falling hard outside, But your smile makes it all alright. I’m so glad that you’re my friend. I know our friendship will never end. Happy Friendship Day Dear !!!
  • She is a friend of my mind. She gathers me, man. The pieces I am, she gathers them and gives them back to me in all the right order.
  • A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart, and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words. Happy Friendship Day 2016 !
  • A friend is a push when you have stopped, a chat when u r lonely, a guide when u r searching, a smile when u r sad, a song when u r glad.
  • A single rose can be my garden… a single friend, my world. Happy Friendship Day!
  • Friendship is a strong and habitual inclination in two persons to promote the good and happiness of one another.
  • A true friend is someone who thinks that you are a good egg even though he knows that you are slightly cracked.
  • Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me and be my friend
  • Friends are like mango… you’ll never know which is sweet and which is not. Well, I’m lucky coz I was able to find the sweetest mango in U! Happy Friendship Day!
  • Sometimes being a friend means mastering the art of timing. There is a time for silence. A time to let go and allow people to hurl themselves into their own destiny. And a time to prepare to pick up the pieces when it’s all over.

From Paintings on Stone Walls and Papyrus to E-Paper – Mediums of Reading

At the 2010 Dealer Convention, Sony presented a small exhibit of e-paper technology that has the potential to be used in Sony Reader devices in the future. The e-paper on display uses plastic substrate, instead of glass substrate, which is less likely to wear damage, is lighter, flexible, may be bent and is difficult to break. It would take more than plastic substrate to render e-paper more paper-like and Sony is being very hush hush about how it would make the leap to such a resilient e-paper material. If engineered, such an e-paper could be a defining factor in the future designs of e-readers over the next few years. Indeed, LG already claims to be manufacturing just such a product.
While the earliest sparks of the human desire to form narratives can be found on the stone walls of caves - where drawings (depictions), not writing, encapsulate the human experience – humans have been constantly evolving the writing materials by which they preserve their experiences and stories. From drawings (pictographs) and carvings (petroglyphs) on the stone walls of caves, tree bark and papyrus, the use of animal hides (parchment) and the invention of wood pulp paper, innovation has strongly driven what writing materials are used by humans. With the advent of the printing press, the cost of writing implements started to decrease and the template of the typewriter was adapted for computers in the form of keyboards. Today, electronic media is the underlying force of innovation.
What is most interesting about the progression of this innovation is the way in which these advancements have started to come full circle. Not only has technology become pivotal to how we record our narratives (whether it is in news or literature), but devices previously known for their utility in writing (such as computers) are now being devised with the purpose of reading.
Most materials throughout history have been employed for both writing and reading; take for example paper, stone walls in caves, etc – all except the computer which has primarily been used for the production of text. Even though the rapid emergence of e-readers signify a turning point in human reading practices, the desire to have the medium of the computer operate as a device for both writing and reading is difficult unless the computer is capable of replicating conventional paper. At least this seems to be the popular conception publicised by critics and e-reader designers.
The majority of analysis on e-readers would suggest that the computer monitor, as it presently exists (flat screen or not), is one of the only mediums which cannot easily be used for both writing and reading. Contemporary conceptualisations of e-reader designs seem to stake the success of the device on its capacity to replicate and mimic the experience of conventional paper. In this way, the proposed technological advancement of e-readers is hinged on its capacity to embrace the essential characteristics of older reading mediums. In this way, reading technologies are in a state of janus-faced innovation; embracing forward-thinking toward the digital, yet relying on the success of a tried and tested previous model.