Posts tagged Cambridge
This is a first release of my Dissertation project Android app: StegDroid. It uses Echo Steganography to hide small amounts of data (A text-message’s worth) inside an audio message recorded from the microphone in your phone in a basically un-perceptible way. The data can be encrypted with a password. This is very early days, and there’s a lot of work to be done, but if you’re interested please have a go. QR code after the break.
Update – Now on the Android Market
The Tab, Cambridge University’s fastest growing, and most read student news site has appointed me site manager for Easter term 2010. Look out for improvements to the site coming soon…
Having a lot of fun playing around with it, you can see a few of my first attempts on Picasa Web Albums.
A quick site made in a couple of days, with a few extra tweaks later on. I had to make a site before the start of term for Cambridge University Amnesty International (CUAI), i.e. in about a week. I put this site together using wordpress, with extra plugins for the calendar, which I customized quite heavily, and advanced user control, to allow college reps to access specific pages on the site to keep them updated. Within a week the site is fully functional, and nearly all the content needed for the start of term is there!