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Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Feb 6, 2009

No dirty business with CE, kids!

I believe crooks & cheats will have to be extra careful while dealing with CrazyEngineers. It would be a bit more difficult to fool the 'CEans' than regular people. Simply; because we are closer to technology than anyone else.

PS: Just caught a kid (Engineer) who clicked photographs yesterday and claimed they were clicked last month. I'm now seriously thinking about breaking all our ties with them. I'm not exposing the names.
raj87verma88
raj87verma88 • Feb 6, 2009
What type of photos?
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Feb 6, 2009
Thats why once I mentioned somewhere(don't remember when) "Quality of CEans matters a lot rather than their count". Otherwise this site will also become like few social networking sites or other such useless community sites.
Ashraf HZ
Ashraf HZ • Feb 6, 2009
Ah, whats going on?
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Feb 6, 2009
The kid ( actually, the body we are dealing with ) agreed to put our banner at the venue - and I doubted they did. I had asked them to click the pictures of our banner at the venue.

They came back with the pictures and I found out that the pictures were clicked on 4[sup]th[/sup] February 09 while the event happened in January 09.

They lied to us and got caught. Never in their wildest dreams they thought I'd find out when the pictures were clicked 😉.

Be careful while dealing with us, people!
Ashraf HZ
Ashraf HZ • Feb 6, 2009
Let me guess, the metadata of the photographs? 😛
Mayur Pathak
Mayur Pathak • Feb 6, 2009
I guess not many people know about metadata. 😀

I can make a prediction of who they are. 😁
rohit330
rohit330 • Feb 6, 2009
Metadata provides context for data.
Metadata for a photograph would typically include the date and time at which it was taken and details of the camera settings (such as focal length, aperture, exposure). Many digital cameras record metadata in exchangeable image file format (EXIF).
right friends...
Ashraf HZ
Ashraf HZ • Feb 6, 2009
Ok kids, even if you now know about metadata now and try to modify it, you still can't fool CEans!

We can perform image processing techniques to evaluate sunlight intensities, correlate it to meteorological database for a specific time frame and locality, and see whether the date taken matches the one you claim.

*evil laugh*
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Feb 6, 2009
ash
Ok kids, even if you now know about metadata now and try to modify it, you still can't fool CEans!

We can perform image processing techniques to evaluate sunlight intensities, correlate it to meteorological database for a specific time frame and locality, and see whether the date taken matches the one you claim.

*evil laugh*
Yep. *feels good*
silverscorpion
silverscorpion • Feb 6, 2009
i guess we have some nice forensic experts here.. Cool.
Rifaa
Rifaa • Feb 6, 2009
😎 U guy's a gooooooooooood.

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