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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Technology Changed Art

Technology has taken art into a new level of creativity. Let us talk about how technology has changed traditional art into digital art. We know that internet is ruling the world with its power. So, artists decided to present their art online with the help of internet. This is possible with use of technology.

You must have seen art galleries and attended painting exhibitions in your life. These doesn’t work well these days so artists find a way where they can get more attention and more praise for their work. Most of the artistic stuff is now seen online and is circulated to the art lovers.
There are some places where exhibitions are held and we do respect them. But presenting paintings, sculptures and art work online is in trend. Some of the artists are also showing their art on the basis of card swipe panel or coins.

How this work – when you enter coins or swipe card in the panel, the panel shows you some of the art work for a few minutes and then gets closed and if you want to see it again or explore more, further you need to swipe your card or add coins into it. This is how artists are using technology.

How digital artists are using technology for their art work
Digital artists already in touch with technology are aware of the systems that are in trend and use them to create their art work and sell them online.

Some of the professional digital artists are earning a lot of bucks by selling their art work. They can also design the ones that you want and are also ready to make any modifications you need.

They use different software to explore their skills and made it more impressive. They are using technologies that offer new ways to express their art work in a realistic way for much more time.

They are using different types of media and mix them to provide a more creative art work. Their 3D art work looks as real as it is present live in front of you.

Technology not only brings changes in education, medical field, industry and business but also brings a huge change in the art work and the artists as well.

Technology opens different paths for the artists to enter into for a good earning. They made their profession more powerful along with their art work.

Opening Up to the Internet

It is worth noting that establishing connection for an internet access primarily has to do with protocols at various levels of the end to end connection, so suffice to say that there is a high probability that a website you are visiting could not display due to a breach in one or many Internet Protocols.

With the emergence of the Internet in the 90’s till the early 2000’s there was the limitations of Internet access to the end-user only by means of the personal computers and laptops but this monopoly was broken with the development of the Wireless Access Protocol (WAP) which was adapted by Mobile Service Providers in the beginning of the year 2000.

This is the development that gave rise to a more sophisticated regime of handsets within a short time with the birth of the much hyped WAP technology, the protocol phased-out within the first 5 years, WAP was no longer the protocol of choice for emerging devices when bandwidth became the De facto for interactive streaming with the development of more reliable faster mobile internet protocols on stream.

Just a little over a decade and a half, and we see an overwhelming digital culture where household appliances, lifestyle gadgets and consumable electronics are in tight competition with traditional mobile devices over the internet space. From Pens sunglasses, apparels, television sets almost every other appliance and device is internet ready birthing a new identity as Smart Devices.

The emergence of smart devices and the redesigning of our traditional elements is what is being labeled in recent times as Internet of Things (IoT). Sounds like internet of everything to kitchen ware and where incandescent light bulbs are now re-engineered with a more intelligent Light-emitted diode or a more advanced organic LED is able to interact intelligently with other networked devices wirelessly.

Gartner says that, a typical home could contain more than 500 smart devices by 2022 which may include wardrobes, and water sink. And these could be most basic home and in a related report, Fortune Tech, is forecasting that global mobile traffic will grow eightfold over the next four years, reaching 30.6 exabytes monthly by 2020 due to the explosion of IoT and what’s interesting is the fact that the average smartphone user today consumes about 1.4 GB of data every month and this is expected to increase to an average of 8.9 GB.

IoT affects the average household and the behavior of the general consumer at large and where ever you find yourself either indirectly in the technology paradigm, there is lots of prospect and opportunities that can be maximized for the benefits of the general society.

The consumer industry drives a fundamental paradigm in the way users interact and personalize devices by transmitting small amounts of data from these devices in the monitoring, controlling and sensing functionalities imbedded in them.

51% of the world’s population in 2017 are occupants of the Zettabyte era where it is estimated that we are reaching a data consumption of 1.2 Zettabyte or 1.2 billion Terabyte.

A bold statement by former CEO of CISCO, John Chambers states that there will 50 billion devices online within 5 years.

This may not be a bloated estimation, considering the fact that Facebook application alone consumes a daily rate of 600 Terabyte of data from user interactions.

Executive Chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt has disclosed a sterling statistic which states that we create as much information in two days now as we did from the dawn of man through 2003.

Globally 8.4 billion things will be interconnected to the Internet of Things in 2017 according to Gartner Report and it goes on to state that 5 billion of which will be consumer appliances alone.

The more connected things we have, the more the rise of the data economy and how well information can be structured for the improvement of life and modernization of culture.

IoT is getting rid of our dependence on manual procedures and with a connectivity framework, knowledge sharing and access to information is so crucial and just a matter of time, data quality standards of information will need to be enforced for more things being connected to have a data quality compliance.

Technological Impact

Technology behind it: The technology is foolproof. The Iris and Fingerprints of a person are captured, scanned and held into a card. The entire process is done by very sophisticated devices and elite technology was used. This process is called the process of capturing the Biometric Identity of an individual. The Iris and the fingerprint of one individual will never match with the details of another individual in this world. That is why such a system was used. This card is commonly named as the AADHAR CARD..

How secure is it? According to experts the UIDAI details are kept in a highly secured server and it cannot be leaked. But it is only a matter of time to get its efficacy tested.

Demonetization: This is the art of moving currency away from the system and to provide detectable electronic modes of financial transaction. This also involves making the currency notes in circulation as invalid and issuance of new currency notes.

Technology behind demonetization: The technology lies in the art of printing notes. The mint stops printing the notes of old format and the government declares them ineffective. The mint then releases notes of new format.

Reason: The people keeping unaccounted wealth suddenly found the currencies kept in the secrecy of their homes invalid. Hence they are deprived of their unaccounted wealth. Another reason is to make electronic modes of financial transactions almost compulsory.

Backlogs: Very few people keep their wealth in form of notes as it is hard to hide. People who kept it in the form of Gold or other precious things or precious objects those are easy to hide escaped the process. A large part of population cannot even sign their names. How they will conduct electronic modes of transaction?

Reason: The reason behind it is to prevent the increase of black money in the system.

Effectiveness: The literacy rate of India is low. Hence any person having a card can avail any financial facility provided he declares his income properly.

Backlogs: The backlogs of this system are also there. They are:

Misuse: Any wealthy person can put undisclosed wealth into the accounts of one UIDAI number seeded account of another person for a price in order to make their wealth clean.

Even after making this system mandatory a person can disclose his wealth in a partial manner and keep the rest by converting it into other forms like gold.

Info of Hacked Computer Recovery

How did they get there – I let them in, believe it or not. I allowed criminals access to the machine, and, as they say, I was fair game from then, on

Well, I tried everything available – ran Bitdefender Total Security, found a bit, but the problems were still there.

Ran Malwarebytes Anti-malware, got some results, but problems continued, so ran again in “safe mode”. Ahh, more trash and smelly stuff, but still not satisfied, so ran Malwarebytes antirootkit in “safe mode” Really got a result, but I was clearly running into system slowdown and hesitation, now.

Checked the Microsoft.com site for assistance. Was directed to the Microsoft endorsed engineers who, after a negotiated fee, helped me understand how bad the damage was to the machine system. Yes, I sat on my hands and did a silent scream!

The answer was to completely replace the windows 10 O/S, so after some frantic backing up of stuff I really wanted to keep, it was time to pull the plug.

On a side note, it always amazes me that even though I do regular backups, there is always stuff I really need but had not included in the backups – little stuff like the desktop file with all those program references…

OK, so to the main purpose of Computer Recovery;- to recover the PC (These instructions were carried out on a Toshiba Laptop running the latest version of Windows 10)

First, make sure your machine is connected to the internet.

Regardless of all the bumph that Microsoft offers as how to start, I had to hold down the shift key (keep it down, while the computer restarts), and use the mouse to click on power/restart.

OK, now I have the start screen: “Choose an option”.

Choose the option “Troubleshoot”

Clicking on “Troubleshoot” gives you an option.

Click “Reset this PC” and you have another option:

Clicking; “Just remove my files” will remove all of your files and re-install a fresh Windows O/S

– but there is another choice, here: Click “Remove everything”, and you get the final set-up screen:

Reset this PC

Yes, the moment has arrived;- click “Clean the drive fully”!

Now the system will clean the disk data, re-install Win10 (in this case) and prepare the computer for you to begin the task of re-installing all your programs and data files.

Just take a careful look at anything you are going to re-install – do I need it, or better still, what is it – maybe a foreigner?

There will be a number of images to indicate progress

You will have plenty of time to think about your programs you may or may not want – the system re-install will take a while, and your machine will re-start more than once or twice…

OK, good luck with your future efforts. If you find these instructions do not work for your system or brand of computer then I suggest you search the web to discover what works for you.

Just remember, don’t trust anyone who approaches you unbidden, don’t let anyone have access to your machine except those who you have good reason to trust, and make sure you have protection in place as well as a regular backup system. All good practices to help ensure you don’t need to do computer recovery again.