I don't really play many games these days, mainly because none of the equipment I own is powerful enough to play the games and they're not as fun these days either where more time and effort have been put into the graphics than the game play itself (give me [PSX era] Spyro The Dragon, Crash Bandicoot or Tombi anyday!)
These days when I do play a game, it's usually some sort of boring - yet addictive - increment game (like Cookie Clicker or AdCap!). Simple games that you can spend about 5 minutes a day catching... [read more]
The end is nigh for Internet Explorer - the dreaded 19 year old web browser that we've all came to hate. Riddled with more bugs than your local town hooker, Microsoft have now stopped with the development of Internet Explorer (obviously security patches and stuff will still be sent out) and are now focusing on their new web browser titled Spartan.
I've yet to get hold of a copy of Spartan to give it a little whirl, but I'm guessing - as both IE and Spartan run off the Trident engine - it'll just be Internet Explorer... in a dress... with... [read more]
The past couple of weeks when watching the odd few things on TV, I've noticed another advert from BT - you know the ones, the storyline type ones with those two lads and a woman. Well, in this advert the lads had a mate around watching Breaking Bad on Netflix, and says:
Lad 1: "Well we did it"
Lad 2: "Two days solid"
Lad 1: "Breaking Bad, done!"
That immediately got me gobbing off to myself (as I wasn't around other people when I first watched the advert *starts playing All By Myself*), the reason for me gobbing off... [read more]
The internet these days is a weird and wonderful place, however what's real and what's not is usually a problem for many folk to decipher, especially since the popularisation of Photoshop. Which is why I always like to check my sources (if available) before believing something.
However, a lot of places didn't check their sources with this story. It went viral Tuesday with various websites carrying it with various titles like "Cheerleader Takes Dump On Teammates In Mid-Air", as you can see in this article.
It didn't take long to do the rounds on Facebook, Instagram... [read more]
For a lot of men around the world, yesterday was like all of their Christmas mornings coming (literally) together at once, thanks to a hacker who has been able to breach the security surrounding Apple's iCloud and harvest pictures and videos from various high profiled celebrities accounts and release them online.
At first, the anonymous (not the decent group Anonymous) hacker was at first basically given the middle finger by many people who didn't believe him/her that this had been done, so the hacker responded by posting a preview screenshot.
... [read more]
It seems that the service you've made is still being restricted. Well done on what you're doing so far though. :)...
Dale Hay (9th April 06:20)
I have finished developing Twitter Gallery version 3.
You can view and download photos up to 4000 timelines (usually more than 1000 photos)
Alif (8th April 16:58)
This is what I found when putting in one of the above links and being brought to some weird thing then going back. I am still not sure if I should click yes or no because now I am paranoid of what my...
Mandy (1st April 17:38)
Thank you so much sir. I was unable to extract any zip in my D: drive because of this stupid administrator.
sirsanss (1st April 08:08)
I tried to search some research papers on google scholar, I found nothing, with the(Crispin-Buxley phenomenon), but when I try individually I found many articles and researches with the last name Cris...
Suleman (26th March 17:46)