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How to enlarge private Facebook photos

by Ruchira on June 9, 2013

Have you ever wanted to view someones privacy protected Facebook profile pictures? Yes I’m talking about those small thumbnails which doesn’t enlarge like normal when you click on it because those pictures are marked as private. When you upload photos to facebook you can set the visibility to public, friends of you or just you. When I […]

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Content thieves and the Google Penguin

by Ruchira on June 2, 2013

Google’s penguin updates are really having an impact on genuine web sites. This own blog is just a one of those. Some day on last November, traffic dropped overnight about 50% and I’m seeing a strong decline since then. You might guess that I deserve it, well no I never purchased links or never went […]

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Bootstrap framework is super popular among the web designers and there are too much web sites on the internet which uses the default bootstrap themes, making those easily identifiable as a bootstrap based web site. It’s a true fact that you can build super awesome and responsive themes by using Bootstrap. Twitter built Bootstrap to […]

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Xbox One hardware specs and Cloud features

by Ruchira on May 28, 2013

So its been a few days since Microsoft announced Xbox One and there aren’t any wow factors about Xbox one except for the new improved Kinect. And again Xbox seems to be behind on hardware department when comparing with the leaked specs of upcoming Play Station 4. Here are the specs of Xbox One if you are […]

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According to the head of Google’s web spam team Matt Cutts, Penguin 2.0 update has been rolled out on 22nd of this month. I have wrote about it 4 days before it went live. These updates sometimes takes time to come in to the effect worldwide  and you should be seeing changes now if Google Panda 2.0 […]

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If you are a Linux newbie and if you are used to Amazon EC2 or any other VPS control panels, Google Compute Engine terminal system will be confusing for you. Google Compute Engine uses Google’s own tool called gcutil tool to manage Compute Engine and its resources. Not only using it but configuring it is bit hard for […]

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Are you using a DSL modem/router to connect to the internet? Mostly everyone I found haven’t changed the default user name and password which is used to login to the modems admin panel. Most modems comes with the default user/pass combination of admin/admin , admin/password. So what is the risk of not changing these logins? Most of […]

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Just another Paypal phishing attempt

by Ruchira on May 21, 2013

When I was browsing through my new email account, I have saw the above email from Paypal saying my account is limited because of an identity issue? This email account is new and I didn’t used it much at all, And surprisingly this email was on my inbox not on the spam folder. I thought […]

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