Tonight, I spent around 3.5 hours coding Incriminating Twitter, which gets potentially incriminating public tweets to show the importance of thinking before tweeting.
It’s a shame that the US Government (and affiliated companies, such as Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Skype) have been lying to us about our privacy. This post will go through some alternative services for increased privacy.
I had quite the experience eating at a (previously) preferred hot pot restaurant in Toronto today.
In no particular order, below is a list of free online file space I’ve managed to grab =) Included a referral link wherever possible (with the purest intentions) so you get more space (~500mb to 5GB). 360yunpan (36 TB) – 36 TB here Weiyun (10 TB) – 10 TB deal here Baidu (2 TB) – […]
I’ve recently gotten more involved with online security – by creating a Chrome extension, Cygen – and as a result, I’ve decided to look at the password guidelines of 3 of the major Canadian banks. The importance of having secure online banking access is paramount, and the results of my little analysis is quite disappointing.