Seth Wisely said

August 29, 2010

(download or watch) 828 Restoring Honor and 827 America’s Divine Destiny on the archive

Filed under: CIO, Gulagosphere — Seth Wisely @ 12:48

both 827 and 828 are available in SD on The Archive:

also watch the prelude to 828: 827 America’s Divine Destine on The Archive:

.and the Glenn Beck American Revival [Faith 101, Hope 101, and Charity 101]


For a while people have suffered with the flash-video available at cspan

^ a bit over 41,000 views so far

spoke forward to 02:15 and watch through 03:00 at the very least


edit: found 827 & 828 on The Archive

Seth Wisely said: mainly lame stream media is a waste of bandwidth. FoxNews for less liberalism.  I would prefer zero liberalism (ditch oreilly and gretta)

August 26, 2010

FCC pissed: ruling cannot rape internet, pillage truth

Filed under: CIO, Gulagosphere — Seth Wisely @ 22:39

This, second circuit court of appeals decision against FCC wicked demands in new york, is almost as entertaining as the delicious obamanation irony on theft. Essential commerce in obamanation is theft of real property… if only it were mere piracy!  New obamanation jobs on the horizon: reporting neighbors and friends who do not watch commercials; soon gulag guards for those unwilling to submit to obamanation propaganda.  Female “birth” control is already a holocaust orders of magnitude worse than all murders prior by socialism the world over.

FCC, like clinton and similar ilk, claimed “it’s for the children” where if “it” were free speech, is akin to the right to keep and bear arms would of course only apply to the government.

Should the FCC win the right of tyranny over the internet kiss the dream of great minds coming together goodbye along with dissent and dissemination of truth.

Seth Wisely said: power cannot be taken it must be freely given by consent of the governed.  This, too, is self evident (to those not re-educated in state institutions)

August 25, 2010

“thanks” for the downtime, wordpress! that’s some mighty fine logic

Filed under: Less Insecure — Seth Wisely @ 09:22

hmm… on the day I decided to lose my HDMI HDCP side stepping speculation on the world.. poof.  Careful what you save as a draft?


I “got to” learn how less than spectacular the wordpress export feature is


Seth Wisely said: the best blog is a self hosted blog

August 24, 2010

circumventing HDMI HDCP without crypto attack — obvious loophole in HDMI “protection”?

Filed under: fascist fiat, knowledge can empower — Seth Wisely @ 09:46

Where’s an Electrical Engineer when I need one?

dark side of HDMI sink: lift signaling from LCD ribbon and map back to component

As I edit my blog to push this out from drafts into the ether I find my blog disabled.  oh, the conspiracy!

Happen to have schematics for any 1080p LCD TV (ribbon cables) and the bits that precede it? 🙂

Capture 1080p stream after decryption: no complex HDCP circumvention lab.   LCD ribbon pinout to component will require a few bits & chips, and a bit more time.  This is not a “piracy” issue.  This is about MY convenience.  I pay to pipe in TV media.  I wish to record it on hardware of MY choosing, in an encoding scheme of MY choice.  “whole house DVR” is lametard marketing speak for poorly implemented TV NAS.

MY TOS precedes ALL others in my home and on my gear.

competent volunteers?  Electrical engineering thesis project perhaps?  I speculate (wildly?) that any HDMI capable laptop would be an excellent victim as equally awesome as any low cost or super popular TV model would be

HDCP promotes lan “piracy”.  HDCP is creating “casual” pirates out of soccer moms, and pirates out of DIY PVR users.  Most people are willing to pay for content — I am.  I, however, am not interested in participating in the masochism of it all.. few are.

Please correct any misconceptions I might have.

edit: No, this is not the same as the hackaday article concept

Seth Wisely said: content fascism be damned

August 23, 2010

PNGcrush, OptiPNG, SuperPNG, PNGout, big png, RIOT, oh my

Filed under: bookmarkified — Seth Wisely @ 22:17

SuperPNG (simple photoshop plug-in)
big png (photoshop plug-in)
R.I.O.T. portable
R.I.O.T. dll plug-in GIMP/GIMPhoto/IrfanView

oh my

the RIOT portable application allows fast, BATCH, extreme compression for my PNG (RGB or RGBA).  awesome!

Seth Wisely said: diversity for its own sake is folly, but often good for the market

August 19, 2010

expanding linkdump collections

Filed under: bookmarkified, interweb — Seth Wisely @ 21:09 LQ socnet scavenger



August 18, 2010 planning new project: ?

Filed under: bookmarkified, interweb — Seth Wisely @ 14:04

Perhaps it will fill the niche of the formerly amazing ‘free’ file hosting service.  It would allow one to upload a file of ‘any’ size and their backend would generate RAR spans, and URL to download from multiple ‘free’ file hosts NS allows one to upload a file up to 400 megs (via extremely vexing web form) to up to 14 of 20+ various ‘free’ file hosting providers.  It then generates one URL from which one may choose an individual host.  Advantage?  While a certain host is on timer or “bandwidth exceeded” there is another host in the array to complete a download of a RAR span — either manually or with spiffy java- or PHP tools 🙂

Hopefully MirrorCreator / spreadfiles will offer FTP uploading soon.

Seth Wisely said: only the cretinous pay for ‘free’ file hosting

August 12, 2010

new exim rule: REJECT all addresses containing any variant of “noreply”

Filed under: Less Insecure — Seth Wisely @ 21:17

Email is for communication NOT broadcasting.  Any X-headers containing variations of no-reply or from/sender addresses containing variations of no-reply with be REJECTED (boing)

Everybody.. bounce bounce bounce

Seth Wisely said: no-reply = no-accept

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