Archive for July, 2009

Have you ever looked at a picture at scratch your head, wondering how in the world did they take a picture like this? Sometimes, your reaction would be based on envy. You envy the professional that took the picture with the proper lighting, subject, timing, settings and colaboration. However, there are some pictures that make […]


Yesterday, while I was editing my other page http://www.saikit.ca, I decided to change the perma link settings from the default option to something else. After making this change, all my pages received the “403 Forbidden Error”. I contacted my website’s tech support team and they said that it has to do with permissions. Permission is […]


There is a DOS tool built into your Windows operating system that allows you to gather software Inventory information of your computer instead of going to Add/Remove Programs. With PSinfo, the inventory details are copied into a text file so that you can use it in reports. Whereas, in Add or remove programs, you cannot […]


The best place to start troubleshooting any computer related issue is the Event Viewer Log. If you are not an expert of computer and need the assistance of a professional, the least you can do is export the event viewer log for the technician. Here are the steps on how to export your computer’s event […]


#1: Law of leadership #2: Law of category #3: Law of mind #4: Law of perception #5: Law of focus #6: Law of exclusivity #7: Law of the ladder #8: Law of duality #9: Law of opposite #10: Law of division #11: Law of perspective #12: Law of extension #13: Law of sacrifice #14: Law […]


The Michael Jackson tribute down at Dundas Square started off with the DJ’s on stage playing the best hits from Michael Jackson. The MC proceeded to invite everybody onto the stage and it became a dance party. The DJs all had their turns on the turntable to mix their Jackson hits. The whole Dundas Square […]


I went to the Toronto Ribfest today at Centennial Park. Since it’s Canada day and the fact that other events are cancelled due to the Toronto Worker Strike, the Ribfest was more crowded than usual. Pictures from Ribfest: