All mobile phones from basic phones to smartphones comes in two different formats. One would be the factory unlocked format and the other is the locked format. The locked version of the phone is produced by manufactures at the request of the service providers such as Rogers, Bell, Telus, AT&T, T-Mobile, etc. These companies can request for several types of locks such as, SIM lock, Network lock, Network Continue reading Why you should unlock the phone?
I just ran in to a huge problem. I accidentally deleted a documentary file over the network. The network drive was mapped to my computer and the folder was located on the server hard drives. No matter what back up I had, I deleted the entire documentary by mistake on the network drive and now I can’t find it anyway. This is a huge overlook that still we face in share folders in Microsoft Windows environment. I don’t know Continue reading Deleting files over a network
This is a documentary review…
Opinion: If you are a Geo Science student, I highly recommend watching this documentary series. Not only a this is a good educational TV program, but also the episodes are full of experts. The series is Continue reading Documentary: How the Earth was Made
Do you remember writing a letter on a piece of paper to a friend during the last few weeks? How about texting or calling that friend during the last few hours? What is the last time you used spell check on a typing software like MS Word? What is the last time you pick up a printed encyclopedia to find information for a school/work paper? Forget about going to the library and picking up the Encyclopedia Britannica because after 200+ years of printing the book in March 2012, the publishers decided they will only issue electronic/digital editions of Britannica. It is an advantage that items like Encyclopedia Britannica is now electronic. If you were to find a single article in the encyclopedia of full of thousands of articles, it will consume a lot of time to find the right one. With the electronic version you have the advantage to quickly search the item and dig into even more refined articles you didn’t even know about. The software version of Britannica will not only find all the related articles in a second, it will even create a map of according to relevance to the searched topic. But this is not the scenario for all the items available electronically. This paper will specifically address the issue of distractions related to technological tools. Continue reading Is technology making you dumber?
This is a documentary review…
Opinion: Well this is very entreating because this is a docudrama rather than just a documentary. While some docudramas targeted towards educated middle class, this seems to be targeted towards an under educated society. Why you ask? The narrator is cheesy and the narration and the acting itself has been over exaggerated. Almost all the time, the victim is depicted as a bad person, but in reality this may not be the case. Not only the topic is not a very strong one, but also the whole series has very little to no educational value. Continue reading Documentary: 1000 Ways to Die