A couple of years ago, I scoured the Internet for not only all of the photographs taken of the Tiananmen Square Tank Man, but also the highest quality photographs of each, as a way to ensure no individual, organization, or government can deny it ever happened. Here I present and provide all six of them, with […]
This seems to be a growing issue with Android phones, affecting users on versions 4.3 and 4.4 (Jellybean and KitKat). It’s particularly annoying because the camera is one of the key features for smartphones (e.g. selfies, food pictures, QR code scanning). Imagine an important event is unfolding before your eyes, you whip out your phone, […]
Our electronic data are something we usually take for granted until we accidentally delete it, physically lose it, or it deteriorates (datum = singular, data = plural). This post will go through best practices, and list tools/procedures on how to recover lost electronic data. The programs mentioned in this guide are mainly for Windows systems, […]
I am happily typing out this blog post while connected to my new Internet service provider (ISP), Start Communications, transferring from Rogers. This post will detail my rationale behind my choice, featuring quite a bit of number crunching.
April Fool’s Day is in 10 minutes (started typing this at 11:50pm). I’ve decided to put together a quick and simple guide for those of you who’d like to find out if an image if real or not.