Monthly Archives: October 2010

deleting photos from facebook & CDN awareness

Delete a photo on Facebook and it will persist on the social network’s content delivery network and be accessible via a direct link for as long as two and a half years, reports Ars Technica. The issue was first raised … Continue reading

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undelete at your local drugstore

A drugstore chain is now in the media recovery business. Customers can bring in their USB drives, flash disks, or hard drives for recovery of deleted files. Walgreens offers the new service at more than 7,500 locations across the United … Continue reading

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“a deeply nested and complex series of subfolders”

Colonel Williams wrote detailed accounts of his crime and meticulously photographed the evidence, compiling the data in what prosecutors called “a deeply nested and complex series of subfolders” on two computer hard drives. – NYTimes.com This quote could represent the … Continue reading

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