Most of us have this habit of using the available public internet (e.g Office WiFi or our host's WiFi) for downloading the movies / softwares / TV shows or Porn stuffs via torrents. I am aware that the torrent downloads can be traced by the ISPs but I was under the impression that it can be narrowed down upto the connection on whose name the Internet connection is obtained. But today I got to know a simple way to track / monitor the torrent downloads done by the individual machines.. that too in a simple manner without the need of any additional software installed.
This is probably one of my favourite techincal post of all times because this post addresses a requirement whose solution which I had been searching for years. Before I proceed further I would like to tell about OCR to the readers who are not aware of it. We all are familiar with scanning the documents and saving them as PDF / JPG. But we can't edit the document in any word processing software like MS Word or Wordpad. So to edit a scanned document, it has to be converted into "editable" document. Here is where the OCR comes in.
The one that doesn't kill you makes you stronger - Neitzsche. When I was asked to upgrade the hosting plan which costs me $ 84 per year, I would have upgraded happily few years ago because it was monetised with Google Adsense then, but since the blogs are in Tamil (Non-English language) the Adsense account was revoked. So for the past few years I was spending on the webhosting as a means of hobby / entertainment out of my pocket. But this new plan is not that much worthy to spend, considering the fact that my blogsite had crossed its prime time and the number of visitors had come down considerably. So I just want to have a hosting just to save my domain name for future.
Recently my webhosting provider had sent a mail that since my account is taking huge amount of disk space (ACK comics - flipping books as well as APK file), the account HAS TO BE moved to VPS (Virtual Private Servers). Since I couldn't afford to pay that much amount, I am moving to free hosting by stripping off those features. Past few days had been spent in 'practising' the migration to the new host and I think I had learnt it to the level of passing the muster. Once completely moved, I'll write simple tutorials for migrating a Joomla site. So enjoy the online comics and save the APKs before they are pulled off on 12th Sep 2016.