28th Aug 2014 09:54pm
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TVCatchup No Adverts

TV Catchup, like a load of apps these days is getting more pants by the minute - mainly because "broadcasters" don't want them streaming their channels ... welcome to the digital age people! Welcome.

Anyways, if you're like me and prefer to watch your non-commercial stuff (i.e; BBC) on the BBC iPlayer then you don't get bugged by adverts, however using TV Catchup to watch already commercialised broadcasts requires you to sit and watch yet another boring advert (this is obviously to help fund TV catchup), well if you don't wish to see this advert at... []

28th Aug 2014 09:22pm
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Grindr Xtra for Free


[Update for the 'new' Grindr app here, thanks to Anonymous]

Well considering Grindr hasn't been bothered about security risks and stuff over the past few years within their app, I may aswell - as I'll just be ignored anyways - share a little hackety-poo that allows you to have Grindr Xtra on your iPhone for free! Forever too - well that's unless they update the program... hah.

Requirements:
- Jailbroken iPhone
- Flex 2
- Grindr (Dur!)

What To Do:
** I am hoping you have some basic knowledge of Flex? **

1) Add (+) a new App... []

12th Aug 2014 03:13pm
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Why Do People Buy Twitter Followers

If you've got an account on Twitter, you would've surely noticed by now that quite a fair few accounts seem to be sporting over 10,000 followers, yet they're only following about a fifth of them and that they aren't an actor, singer, politician, etc..

Now a majority of these said "followers" will actually be fake accounts, because if you're tech savvy enough, you would know that there's a slight flaw in Twitters mobile website which allows a simple bot (or most people just pay someone to do it) to register loads of fake accounts,... []

8th Aug 2014 03:16pm
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My previous post explained about the UK Police's latest crackdown on torrent sites and along with that, they also shut down Immunicity (which was just a normal free censorship tool). So with Immunicity no longer working and also shitloads of proxy websites going offline every week, what's the next best option?

TOR. That's what. TOR stands for The Onion Router - and like a router does, it directs traffic in different ways... with this it directs internet traffic through a volunteer network allowing you to totally avoid any "This page is... []

7th Aug 2014 07:37am
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Immunicity Taken Down By UK Police

Back in September 2013, I posted on here how to Bypass Stupid UK Internet Blocks using a nice simple (free) censorship circumvention tool, which bypasses any restrictions that you may get when on the internet set by your ISP via various proxies, called Immunicity.

However, during the early hours of this morning, it came to my attention (after thinking the service was temporarily down) that as of yesterday (August 6th 2014) the site is no longer accessible, in the most recent round of "dodgy" website culls by the... []

21st Jul 2014 08:40am
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dhIMG Instagram is a free program that works on pretty much any computer running Microsoft Windows and allows you to download images and videos from an Instagram profile easily. This tool can be extremely handy if you are wanting to backup your Instagram profile and don't wish to save every image manually.

Even though this falls in the dhIMG family (for bulk image saving), the difference with this program is the option to also save any videos that have been uploaded to an (open/public) Instagram account.

If you're already familiar with dhIMG Tumblr and dhIMG Twitter, then you'll know how... []

18th Jul 2014 10:11pm
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Well after a bout of storms last night, more are on their way. So I've decided to grab a collection of pictures that have been posted on social media in regards to this evenings storms - which have arrived an hour or two ago on the South-East side of the United Kingdom.

Please note that this post will keep updating during the evening, so keep checking back (newer images will appear at the bottom)

Hastings

Source: @Littelle

Folkestone

Source: @GaryHawkins82

South London

Source: @timeasley

Essex(?)

Source: @DarrylC91

Sussex
... []

17th Jul 2014 01:09am
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VERSION 1.6 NOW RELEASED

dhIMG TwitterThe previous version of dhIMG Twitter that I released ran into a few problems when Twitter changed the way it shows images, which caused the original program to not fetch any images.

This has now been sorted in this version, so you should now be able to download your images once again.

If a similar problem does arise again, just give me a heads up and I'll try and get around to fixing it as soon as I possibly can.

You can download the latest version from:
//dalehay.me/download/dhimg_twitter/

For instructions on how to... []

11th Jul 2014 05:13pm
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Damn non-smokers!

I have to rant and rave about this issue because it has been doing my head in for a long time now... non-smokers at pubs. First of all, we smokers have been forced outside to smoke to make pubs healthier atmospheres - yeah, talk about killing the atmosphere and global visions of a proper British Pub in favour of it being a place of your piss-dribble conversations over a cup of fucking coffee... I mean coffee?! There's already plenty of places that sell coffee, so why not go there if you want to talk to Betty... []

19th Jun 2014 12:10pm
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Shove Your Unit System Up Your Arse UKCMO

We've all started to get used to being pretty much told what we can and can't do in the United Kingdom in relation to our own choices during leisure time - from kids in the playground no longer being able to buy chocolate or high-sugar foods from the tuck shop, to being told (even though the Government highly publicised it as an amazing thing a few decades ago) that smoking is bad and should be pretty much outlawed.

However one grumble I have is with alcohol. Now I have a strong stomach... []

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