I just came to realize that my most hated subject at the moment, EE204: Energy Conversion, in which I have flunked my exams 2 out of 2, would be useful to me as an aspiring Electronics Engineer. At first, as an ECE student, I thought I’m not going to need this course since I’m not planning to specialize in electric power generation that EEs should be doing.
USB flash drives and portable hard disk drives are commonplace today as PCs and digital media are conquering the market. But, while ease of use and portability of the UFD and HDD [as well as their digital content] increases, the spread of malware on them also increases. There are several ways to prevent this from happening, with or without the help of an AV product.
Desktop computer under heavy reconstruction. Watch out for falling debris. Park at your own risk.
A post that was long overdue now also filled with stupid thoughts. And by that I hope to still be a good read.