Just not to confuse anyone, the "2" in the title is just a numbering as my 2nd post with the title "Nintendo 3DS".
My sister and I were at Gamestop today; I headed on over to the 3DS on display and saw the wear and tear on it.
The moment I saw my brother's 3DS; that was the exact thing that came to my mind. I guess it should be handled with care to make it aesthetically appealing.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Sunday, June 12, 2011
Yesterday, I upgraded our router's firmware with the DD-WRT firmware.
The reason why I upgraded it with the DD-WRT firmware was because I couldn't sign into Spiral Knights, and many people on the forum with the Linksys WRT54G router couldn't sign in too. Plus, these routers are no longer supported by Linksys/Cisco.
From my understanding, DD-WRT enables some features to your router which it normally didn't have. I think it enables commercial-grade Cisco features (I think).
Monday, June 6, 2011
I cleaned my camera's sensor
I recommend not cleaning your camera sensor by yourself unless you already know the consequences of what would happen if you damaged your sensor.
When I found out that my camera's sensor was dusty and had growth on it, my heart just sank. Then I started researching on how can I clean my camera's sensor.
A lot of people say that the camera's sensor is very delicate and any damage to it will render your camera useless.
Then I found out from a website that the most used method is by swabbing the sensor with Eclipse and a Sensor Swab. I'm sorry, I can't remember the website.
Here's how my camera's sensor looks like before I cleaned it. You can clearly see the moldy growth and the dusts.
And here it is after cleaning it.