Okay, so we haven't been around for some time. Busy, busy and all.
Before I start with anything, I'd like to warn you that this mischief isn't about the dogs but the CCTV company I talked with yesterday. So before anything else, let me showcase some solo pictures of Rin.
|As you could see, Rin loves the camera. She doesn't avoid it like Peanuts or Chooey.|
|She even comes close to it and creates her own photo effects such as WARPING.|
|Her inquisitive side allows her to have me catch pictures like this. And no, we aren't promoting the beer bottles at the bottom.|
|This is her NOSE POSE. Are you guys familiar with this?|
Rin hates the flashy beast but she's never experienced that from me, so even when I raise my phone's camera to catch her in action, she doesn't bother with it at all.
Now for the mischief part, have you ever experienced having your computer remotely accessed by tech support people because you couldn't fix the problem yourself?
Well, this was what happened to me yesterday. I was setting up the CCTV of my sister's home when I was stuck at logging into it. Without a manual to read or a software to install, I had to call their tech support.
While talking on the phone, the tech guy kept asking for my name and number. I didn't give my number because I didn't know them. I just wanted to know how to fix the problem. But they kept on insisting that they even messaged me in TeamViewer still asking for my number.
|Source: Wikimedia Commons|
Note: TeamViewer is an application used to access a computer remotely with that same application in it installed.
Okay, now for the mischief part. These guys were very insistent that they still messaged me even after fixing my CCTV issue. And yet again, I tell them that I don't give my number to strangers. Trusting that they had the courtesy and respect of most technical support agents, I left TeamViewer on while I was talking to my sister.