Big thanks to EaseUS for their partition recovery software

This is not something I do often but this software was a life saver today. Trying to install a Linux OS I had the brilliant idea of doing it through a partition of my external hard drive. The partition was already there I just needed to format it to FAT32. I right clicked on it selected format chose FAT32 and tada! an Error occurred that Windows was unable to format it. Going back I see that not only the 40gb partition was gone but also the 900gb partition containing photos, code and other files. Most of it probably recoverable through my online backup but not all of it..

Searching quickly for partition recovery the first software that came up was EaseUS Partition free recovery wizard. Installed the software cautiously optimistic that at least some of the files would be recovered. The automatic mode detected the partition but the Proceed button was disabled. It was only by searching that I realized that there is a progress bar and the software was searching the rest of the drive (so if you are using it don’t be surprised that the button is disabled wait for the bar to complete). The automatic search took 3 hours for my 1TB USB 3.O drive but after that once I clicked proceed it was all done in under a minute. All my files appear to be there and working fine.

So big thanks to EaseUS for this free software. And if you need it you can get it from the link below, I just hope it stays free:

By |April 30th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Microsoft Visual Studio is now free

This happened a while ago but it is very important for this website. In a surprising move Microsoft has made Visual studio free. Ok maybe not for everyone (some restrictions apply) but this website falls into the category that can benefit from this new rule. This is a very pleasant development as it has enabled us to finally upgrade from Visual Studio 2010 to 2013 enabling us to do a bit more for you. With Windows 10 also bound to be free this website is very font of the new approach by Microsoft as it is very similar to our own.

We also want to take this opportunity to mention something else. As you noticed we are now working on some web projects on ASP.NET (we don’t have a lot of experience on web applications so please be patient) so keep an eye out. If you have some experience in either bot programming or ASP.NET and you want to help (or contribute) feel free to contact us. Any contribution to this website is greatly appreciated so even if you are only starting to learn sent us a message and we would be happy to hear your thoughts or to see some code ideas.

And oh yes if you want to download visual studio community edition you can get it here

Why I stopped using hubpages

This blog post will look most likely completely unrelated to my other posts but I will be writing about topics such as this every now and then. First off I would like to say that I appreciate hubpages for all that it has done for me as it was my first blogging website and it also got me my adsense account and amazon associates account. It all started from nothing and has evolved to this very website (which was my full time employment at some stage) so my appreciation has to be stated beforehand. I understand that this article would be a better fit for my hubpages account as a farewell letter than here but it was a decision I took since I won’t be using that account anymore.
First off I should say when this issue started. Hubpages got hit very hard (like a lot of other websites) during the Panda update and like other websites they changed their strategy implementing new rules and new features (such as the switch from folders to sub-domains) and this has mainly worked out. Don’t get me wrong hubpages always had rules and rejected articles but it never was down to heavy moderation of good posts.
One of the first issues I experienced was when someone duplicated my article with relatively few minor changes (my article was posted 3 months before the other article appeared). What happened was I received an email saying my article was spam and was quoted from somewhere else and they rejected it (that is 3 months after my article was published). A quick search revealed that this was a common issue hubbers had, and it was troubling. I tried getting the person [...]

By |September 10th, 2013|General|0 Comments|

Adding a +1 button to your WordPress sidebar

I’ve seen people comment that it is not possible to easily add a +1 to your WordPress sidebar (widget bar) if your theme doesn’t have it built in. As you can see my site has a +1 Button and it couldn’t be easier to add it on your side.
What you need to do is to install this free plugin “HTML Javascript adder” . You can get it here!
After you install the plugin and activate it all you have to do is go to Appearance->Widgets. Find HTML Javascript adder drug it to the Widget area you want it to be displayed at (for my site it’s the primary widget area). After you can see it in the widget area click on it and paste the following code as in the screenshot below click save and you are ready to go:

<!– Place this tag where you want the +1 button to render –>
<g:plusone annotation=”inline”></g:plusone>

<!– Place this render call where appropriate –>
<script type=”text/javascript”>
(function() {
var po = document.createElement(‘script’); po.type = ‘text/javascript’; po.async = true;
po.src = ‘’;
var s = document.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(po, s);

By |August 14th, 2013|General|0 Comments|

Garfield of the day for android source code

Hello guys,
Garlfield by day was my attempt for an android application (and now that I think about it, it kind of was my first bot). Since I’ve stopped developing for android I thought the source code may be helpful for someone so you can do whatever you want with it.

Not sure if I borrowed any source code from anyone else so if I did please claim the right for that part of the code and I will be happy to give you the credit.

By |August 8th, 2013|Progamming|0 Comments|

Setting up proxies in iMacros for Firefox

By |August 8th, 2013|Progamming|0 Comments|

iMacro script for Claimfans

This is an imacro script for facebook that helps you get Claimfans points by liking facebook pages. It requires you do add your claimfans and facebook username and password.

var i=0;
var claimfansusername=”MYCLAIMFANSUSERNAME”;
var claimfanspassword=”MYCLAIMFANSPASSWORD”;
var facebookemail=”MYFACEBOOKEMAIL”;
var facebookpassword=”MYFACEBOOKPASSWORD”;
var macroInit1 = “CODE: SET !TIMEOUT_PAGE 60\n”;
while (i< =0) { iimPlay(macroInit1+"TAB T=1 \nURL GOTO= \nTAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:TEXT FORM=ACTION: ATTR=ID:email CONTENT="+facebookemail+"\nSET !ENCRYPTION NO \nTAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:PASSWORD FORM=ACTION: ATTR=ID:pass CONTENT="+facebookpassword+"\nTAG POS=1 TYPE=LABEL ATTR=ID:loginbutton"); iimPlay(macroInit1+"TAB T=1 \nURL GOTO="); for (like=1; like< =3; like=like+1) { iimSet ("like", like); iimPlay(macroInit1+"TAB T=1 \nWAIT SECONDS=2 \nFRAME F={{like}} \nTAG POS=1 TYPE=SPAN ATTR=TXT:Like"); iimSet ("like", like); iimPlay(macroInit1+"TAB T=1 \nWAIT SECONDS=2 \nFRAME F={{like}} \nTAG POS=1 TYPE=A ATTR=TXT:Confirm \nTAB T=2 \nWAIT SECONDS=2 \nFRAME F=0 \nTAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:SUBMIT ATTR=ID:*"); } } Enjoy

By |August 8th, 2013|Progamming|0 Comments|

Welcome to our blog

As you may have noticed we had to take down our forum a few weeks ago. This happened for two reasons one it wasn’t used too much and it was causing problems with our host (overloading it for some reason). Although we changed our host we thought it wasn’t going to be of much use to bring it back and after finally figuring out how to create the blog (mainly because we didn’t have time to figure it out and laziness) we would like to introduce you to our blog. All the important content posted before to our forum will now be posted to our blog and if you have any questions the only way to contact us and ask questions now is through the contact us form or leave a comment below.

By |August 8th, 2013|General|0 Comments|