RSync is useful for fast incremental transfer of data. It is very popular across business organizations as it comes with some pretty handy features which sets it apart from the rest. Some of them are;
1) Security – One can transmit the data using the ssh tunneling which provides encryption & safety from eavesdroppers.
2) Speed – Since rsync transmits only the data which has changed over subsequent time, the transmission is fast as only the bits which are changed are transferred & not the entire file. This can mean tremendous saving of time. It also comes with options which lets you fine-tune the transfer which can further improve the transfer speed.
3) Less Bandwidth Intensive – Rsync uses compression & decompression algorithms at the sending & receiving end respectively. This not only speeds up the transfer but also saves the bandwidth.
You might have noticed photographs where subject is pin sharp while the background is hazy giving a feel of motion. Such photographs are known as pan shots. Panning gives the image a dynamic perspective. Panning helps in showing action in still photographs & is often used in sports photography. Though similar to Bokeh but still Panning is way different than Bokeh. Bokeh doesn’t portray motion but panning does.
Whenever your Linux system boots up, certain daemons(equivalent of windows services) are loaded into the memory in background. These daemons provide certain functionalities & launch certain applications in some events. Daemons run in background all the time from bootup & get into action when a particular event happens on a system.
Today high resolution camera’s produces heavy files especially if you shoot RAW. Further, if you’re the one who shoots videos(720p or 1080p) with your DSLR then you know how quickly your card gets packed to the brim. The best way to offload this data off your memory card to your computer is by using a card reader. A cheap card reader would work well for most cases but also in most cases it would take a long time to do its job.