Few days ago, I wrote a little program which read files and it will get the latest version when the file is updated. Therefore, this is a live reader program. This is good for reading log files. Please check here to download.
Note that: This is a test program, so we are not responsible for any kinds of damage.
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After the flood in Brisbane, I figured out I need an Online data backup service. The water can wash out my computer, all of my data. Thus. I did a research. There are a few providers of free Online data backup service.
1. SkyDrive - That is a Microsoft Cloud Harddrive. That is huge, you will have 25GB.
2. Ubuntu One. It integrated with Ubuntu. That just likes mounting a drive. You can drag and drop files to your online drive. It will have 2GB free online storage. But they are not using Ubuntu, you cannot use it!
3. ZumoDrive, it comes with my yahoo mail. It will have 1 GB free storage. After you took a tour about their service and install their windows application, link a folder to their, etc. You have 1 GB free.
4. Box.net - It has 5GB free storage and it got a very nice HTML5 app for Chrome! I like their apps
I think we are good enough to do a data backup for myself at this stage!
Last week, Google is released the Android 3.0 Preview. They said this version has improved UI Components for larger devices. Therefore, this version is Tablet PC. That is great. This current version Android is for smart phone only. That is strange to use this in 7" tablet.
Moreover, it got their 2D and 3D graphic rendering. That sounds in response to Tablet PC as well. Tablet PC can have better CPU and graphic card! Lastly, the feature I love most is Google eBook! You can access via an Android tablet to Google eBook. That is very hard to say how's great in text. Please watch their Android 3.0 video!
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Please read the blog post from Google about Android. That is very hard to say in details, because they got too many changes in their version.
My Galaxy S was hanging, then I tried to press the buttons. That is a very normal behaviour. But while I was pressing various buttons, a strange things happened. It did a screenshot. My phone is not root yet! What have I done?! I did not know what buttons I pressed. I spent some time to try reproducing that. Then I found while I am holding the back button, and then pressing the home button. I can do the screenshot.
After that, I tried to read the operation menu, that is not such function record. But I did a google search, there are a lot of people found out this trick!