TorrentFreak are running a story about the means and methods used to track filesharers on P2P networks. The firm responsible for finding those sharing copyrighted works, Logistep AG, are using a piece of software called File Sharing Monitor. Continue reading “This is How We Catch You Downloading”
OK, I have decided that the standard has been slipping lately in this blog, so I am making a return to bring it back to it’s former glory!
Now the title is a little misleading. This isn’t about Crysis, it is about the CryENGINE2, or more specifically, the editor which allows you to utilise this engine. It just so happens the demos that are available are all for Crysis maps (the only game to be written with the engine…yet). But I have to say the editor looks like it could be a whole new game in itself!
If you are reading this post it means three things:
1. The post-by-email settings on the blog are correct.
2. The cron job I set up on my home server to tell the blog to check its
mail is working properly.
3. My phone can actually send emails.
Even though the options for posting from phones seem somewhat limited, this
will be handy in a couple of situations. One is ‘I’m out and want to post
but don’t want to log into the blog’, another is photo/moblogging. I’ll
need to do some setting up to get the second case to work, but if I can get
it going like dr Dave does his it’ll be sweet.
Here’s to a bright future of email posting!