The week kicked off with a look at why Wikipedia refused to delete a photo just because a ‘monkey owns it’ – as reported by the Telegraph newspaper.
A member recently switched to a Windows 8 computer and found that their USB3 compatible RAID drive was not seen when connected to a USB3 port, but works on a USB2 port.
A thread concerning obtaining detailed information about how robot.txts and crawlers are used. Needed for some confidential investigations.
Is anyone using google’s Nik Collection for image editing and would you recommend it? Always good to hear it as it is from ‘the coal face.’
The Woman whose pictures were used illegally In The Infamous Burger King “Blowjob” Ad Speaks Out.
Why would a Quatari prince want a 1600mm Leica lens? Whatever the reason it turns out to be a rather nice piece of kit as log as you have enough shekels to buy one!
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Compiled by Richard Kenward – www.artisan-digital-services.co.uk