I have been granted a U.S. Patent No. 8,116,514 for the watermarking technology behind AWT2.
Today I had to deal with a device that can be connected to PC via Linux only (as there is no drivers for Windows). So, to be able working with it first I installed VMWare Virtual Machine under my Windows 7 host PC, then installed Ubuntu under this VM. However, to conveniently access the device using SCP protocol I was recommended to use WinSCP that is Windows tool. So, I installed Wine under Ubuntu and then installed and run WinSCP under Wine. In a conclusion, what I actually did is: I run Windows utility under Windows emulator running on Ubuntu which itself run under virtual Machine on Windows 7 host PC.
…Isn’t that crazy?
If you need to make a request via HTTP from Windows/*nix command line and obtain server response (example: you want to run some remote script via HTTP and then process its answer), there is a special utility exactly for this purpose. The utility called WGet:
In command line run: wget.exe http://somesite.com/script.php
As a result, server response will be stored in file. You can download files via HTTP in the same manner. Very convenient and useful tool.
It’s my pleasure to announce a preview stage of free music recognition service – AudioTag.info.
AudioTag.info — is a free music-recognition service. It allows you to identify almost any unknown piece of music quickly and easily. Its use is very simple: you upload a short audio fragment or an entire song, the robot analyzes it and provides you with the information about the track title, artist name, album title, etc. Your audio fragment can be in almost any file format and of almost any quality (aurally recognizable, of course) — it can be an MP3 file downloaded from the Internet or a short recording made with your old tape recorder and stored as a low-quality .WAV-file.
Amazingly great idea. Will this open a new era of 3-dimensional graphics?
Is it going to be a reality?
Exciting and just amazing video, information and technology.