Sagacious Himself — brevity in circumlocution: never blague — suffering genius

February 9, 2019

women equal?

Filed under: 170914,backtardwards — Sagacious Himself @ 8:59 pm

Women are equal to men but have separate rights?  A right to infanticide?

No correlative duties?

lies somewhere

 

 

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February 7, 2019

I will pay reparations for slavery when…

Filed under: 170914,Righteous Rage — Sagacious Himself @ 9:05 pm
Tags: ,

… when I have some time to benefit from owning a slave myself.

… when a slave I have owned and used comes forward with irrefutable proof of prior ownership-use.

… when it is disproved I like everyone else in America is actually African-American as we are all mitochondrial descendants of Africans.

People with a a higher degree of African mitochondria owe those with lesser degrees (white people) reparations.

 

Pay up

 

 

 

January 27, 2019

Android adblocking without hosts & without vpn api AND WITHOUT ROOT

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 5:19 pm

Virtual Xposed will allow you to use MinMinGuard:

https://github.com/android-hacker/VirtualXposed/blob/vxp/README.md

http://repo.xposed.info/module/tw.fatminmin.xposed.minminguard

https://vxp.app/

https://vxposed.com/

.

 

Install virtual xposed. Install app (again or clone), install adblocking module

Enjoy your RIGHT to privacy.

Death to third party ads and those who inflict them.

 

 

 

 

January 21, 2019

delightful social engineering: strong arm USE of adblock with humor

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 12:25 am

There are anti adblock javascripts for sites.  Not enough people boldly use adblock.   Have a site you can modify with a bit of JS?  Now you can discourage whitelisting:

Blocks access to your site until you enable an ad blocker.

https://gitgud.io/billyo/Pesky-Adblock

 

Then try your hand at home network adblocking for $5.  Yes, for FIVE MONIES buy a “Raspberry Pi Zero W” from your nearest MicroCenter and install PiHole.  More sophisticated users will prefer pfBlockerNG via pfSense.

see also PiBakery

 

 

December 18, 2018

will not join fenease.org membership as it’s infested with Magical Thinking

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 1:31 pm

Feneas code of contact is antiscience frippery denying all two both genders while demanding promulgation of other falsehoods:

https://feneas.git.feneas.org/association/code_of_conduct.html

This is how NOT to engender fondness for federated protocols!

FAIL & shame on you

https://feneas.org/fosdem-decentralized-internet-privacy-cfp/

November 23, 2018

amazon badly breaks buyer/seller inbox but

Filed under: 170914,backtardwards,bookmarkify — Sagacious Himself @ 2:15 am
Tags: ,

THIS is the only URL for my Amazon inbox that works for every device:

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/message#!/inbox

I’m celebrating another year in the top 10,000 of Amazon Reviewers.  One might expect Amazon to care about my opinion on Amazon messages interface.

July 21, 2018

at long last, a tool to help onboard sheeple into Jabber Texting: XMPP compliance tester (accepts user submissions without github pull fun)

Filed under: 170914,bookmarkified,CIO — Sagacious Himself @ 7:45 am
Tags: ,

https://compliance.conversations.im/ [github project]

Have them pick a server near the top with an all-green row.  Tolerance can be extended to

  • servers with a red mark in the XEP-0398 column (far right)
  • XEP-0368 deficiency (third from right) can be overcome with manual client hostname specification

Any other red marks renders it an unacceptable social selection.

And now there are some excellent forks of Conversations with superb enhancements

aTalk ambitiously folds in Jitsi (libjitsi;WebRTC) secure video calling, and SIP.  Pix-Art Messenger [renaming it github discussion] is mostly inline with the UI aesthetic but focuses on sociability ‘out of the box’.  Jabber Texting without presence whatnots is of little value.  InputMice is destroying ‘status’ through feature erosion.  Pix-Art Messenger is preserving automatic status.  Other than LONG extended away I see little use for manual status as few will know to seek the text from the colorized availability.  I do miss mood PEP.  Plug-in?

Additionally a Conversations-Jitsi hybrid to watch evolve.

Give some kudos , suggestions, solicit features, or ask questions in the Conversations MUC:

conversations@conference.siacs.eu

Conversations recommends Gajim for windows.  I recommend Psi+ for windows.  For MacOS I plan to recommend Dino.  Monal has some OMEMO capability now.  ZOM is still an adventure few sheeple with enjoy.  ChatSecure has created numerous problems for friends with older iPhones.

If only Jabber Texting apps would cease offering substandard servers for onboarding registration. Ugh.

“Hey, I installed that app you like”

“Oh, my, that’s a horrible server choice”

.. tidbits

aTalk Github issue talking circles around e.164. See also SIP Sorcery forums

aTalk dev (Eng ChongMeng) needs gratis FOSS webhosting and domain for project propagandizing & help releasing via F-droid.

July 9, 2018

useful adblocking for Microsoft Edge

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 7:46 pm

If you can avoid using Edge please continue avoiding it.  If for whatever reason you don’t have enough organizational power to avoid this masochism do install JSpenguin’s Nano Adblocker for Edge (thanks to his Edge shim):

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/nano-adblocker/9nsxdx2tdb3v

https://www.microsoft.com/store/productId/9NSXDX2TDB3V

nano adblocker for microsoft edge

March 6, 2018

shady online site with $0 paywall?

Filed under: 170914,bookmarkify — Sagacious Himself @ 12:53 am

Not going to charge me? You’re right because the numbers will be fictitious.  Trust AFTER verifying

https://names.igopaygo.com/credit-card

For the dim: this isn’t fraud.

Find a site that generates a card, csv, date, and validates bin (NII+2)

If the site is checking only validity and NOT running any transaction this will work.

Reminiscent of cmaster2

 

February 27, 2018

fortnight uses xmpp

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 5:33 pm
Tags: , ,

That’s right, minions.  There’s another ‘app’ employing xmpp texting internally.

Sure, HD calling on mobile is still XMPP + SIP.  It’s everywhere.  Embrace it.

https://www.ign.com/wikis/fortnite/V2.5.0_Patch_Notes

fornight xmpp texting (jabber) ubiquity

 

 

December 25, 2016

Merry Holy Christmas: the end of third party interweb ads forever

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 12:26 pm

I have been keeping this to myself for some time.  Blocking ads.  It is a right by extension from privacy itself derived from dignity — granted by God.

  • reduce data costs
  • speed page load
  • sacrosanct privacy

FDQN.

problem: Sneaky platforms use wildcards or psuedo-random domains.

solution:  RegEx DNSMASQ

IP addresses

problem: seemingly innumerable

solution: netblock

 

The final solution: ASN

If an IP address is like a house, then ASN is like a plot of land in which neighborhoods of houses may be built.  I can eliminate ads before/as an ad platform builds out sneaky architecture.

bad guy SHORT term solution:  create one-off IP addresses outside know ASN

arms race solution:  by attrition a new ASN is identified and blocked

I win.  I win again.  More winning for everyone.

 

October 27, 2014

causally tolerate into existence

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 7:53 pm

September 12, 2014

ac66u Failed to execute /sbin/preinit ctf: module license ‘Proprietary’ taints kernel. wlc_phy_cal_init_acphy: NOT Implemented

Filed under: 170914,All Your Base — Sagacious Himself @ 4:41 pm

 

Dec 31 16:00:11 syslogd started: BusyBox v1.17.4
Dec 31 16:00:11 syslog: module ledtrig-usbdev not found in modules.dep
Dec 31 16:00:11 syslog: module leds-usb not found in modules.dep
Dec 31 16:00:11 kernel: klogd started: BusyBox v1.17.4 (2014-04-14 08:46:33 CST)
Dec 31 16:00:11 kernel: start_kernel
Dec 31 16:00:11 kernel: Linux version 2.6.22.19 (root@asus) (gcc version 4.2.3) #1 Mon Apr 14 08:49:34 CST 2014
Dec 31 16:00:11 kernel: CPU revision is: 00019749
Dec 31 16:00:11 kernel: Found an ST compatible serial flash with 32 64KB blocks; total size 2MB
Dec 31 16:00:11 kernel: Determined physical RAM map:
Dec 31 16:00:11 kernel:  memory: 07fff000 @ 00000000 (usable)
Dec 31 16:00:11 kernel:  memory: 08000000 @ 87fff000 (usable)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Built 1 zonelists.  Total pages: 585216
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/mtdblock3 console=ttyS0,115200 init=/sbin/preinit
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Primary instruction cache 32kB, physically tagged, 4-way, linesize 32 bytes.
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Primary data cache 32kB, 4-way, linesize 32 bytes.
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PID hash table entries: 2048 (order: 11, 8192 bytes)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: CPU: BCM5300 rev 1 pkg 0 at 600 MHz
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Using 300.000 MHz high precision timer.
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Dentry cache hash table entries: 65536 (order: 6, 262144 bytes)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Inode-cache hash table entries: 32768 (order: 5, 131072 bytes)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Mount-cache hash table entries: 512
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Initializing host
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Reset RC
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Initializing host
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Reset RC
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Fixing up bus 0
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI/PCIe coreunit 0 is set to bus 1.
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Fixing up bridge
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Fixing up bridge
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Enabling device 0000:01:00.1 (0004 -> 0006)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Fixing up bus 1
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI/PCIe coreunit 1 is set to bus 2.
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Fixing up bridge
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Fixing up bridge
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Enabling device 0000:02:00.1 (0004 -> 0006)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: PCI: Fixing up bus 2
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: IP route cache hash table entries: 4096 (order: 2, 16384 bytes)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: TCP established hash table entries: 16384 (order: 5, 131072 bytes)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: TCP bind hash table entries: 16384 (order: 4, 65536 bytes)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: highmem bounce pool size: 64 pages
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: pflash: found no supported devices
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Boot partition size = 262144(0x40000)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Creating 2 MTD partitions on “sflash”:
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x00000000-0x00040000 : “pmon”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x001f0000-0x00200000 : “nvram”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Found a Zentel NAND flash with 2048B pages or 128KB blocks; total size 128MB
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: lookup_nflash_rootfs_offset: offset = 0x0
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: nflash: squash filesystem with lzma found at block 9
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Creating 4 MTD partitions on “nflash”:
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x00000000-0x02000000 : “linux”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x001345e4-0x02000000 : “rootfs”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x04000000-0x06000000 : “linux2”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x041345e4-0x06000000 : “rootfs2”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Creating 3 MTD partitions on “brcmnand”:
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x00000000-0x02000000 : “trx”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x04000000-0x06000000 : “asustrx2”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: 0x06000000-0x07f00000 : “brcmnand”
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: dev_nvram_init: _nvram_init
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: u32 classifier
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel:     OLD policer on
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: Netfilter messages via NETLINK v0.30.
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: nf_conntrack version 0.5.0 (2048 buckets, 16384 max)
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: ipt_time loading
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: ip_tables: (C) 2000-2006 Netfilter Core Team
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: net/ipv4/netfilter/tomato_ct.c [Apr 14 2014 08:48:57]
Dec 31 16:00:12 kernel: ip6_tables: (C) 2000-2006 Netfilter Core Team
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: VFS: Mounted root (squashfs filesystem) readonly.
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: Warning: unable to open an initial console.
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: Failed to execute /sbin/preinit.  Attempting defaults…
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: ctf: module license ‘Proprietary’ taints kernel.
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: et_module_init: passivemode set to 0x0
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: et_module_init: et_txq_thresh set to 0x400
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: bcm_robo_enable_switch: EEE is disabled
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: eth0: Broadcom BCM47XX 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Controller 6.30.163.2002 (r382208)
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: wl_module_init: passivemode set to 0x0
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: PCI: Enabling device 0000:01:01.0 (0000 -> 0002)
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: eth1: Broadcom BCM4331 802.11 Wireless Controller 6.30.163.2002 (r382208)
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: PCI: Enabling device 0000:02:01.0 (0000 -> 0002)
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: eth2: Broadcom BCM4360 802.11 Wireless Controller 6.30.163.2002 (r382208)
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: Algorithmics/MIPS FPU Emulator v1.5
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: SCSI subsystem initialized
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: ufsd: driver (8.6 U86_r187446_b122, LBD=ON, acl, ioctl, rwm, ws, sd) loaded at c0214000
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: NTFS (with native replay) support included
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: optimized: speed
Dec 31 16:00:13 kernel: Build_for__asus_n66u_2011-10-27_U86_r187446_b122
Dec 31 16:00:13 syslog: module cdc_wdm not found in modules.dep
Dec 31 16:00:13 syslog: module qmi_wwan not found in modules.dep
Dec 31 16:00:13 syslog: module cdc_mbim not found in modules.dep
Dec 31 16:00:14 kernel: wlc_phy_cal_init_acphy: NOT Implemented

June 24, 2014

raspberry pi permanently identify overclocking folly limited cycle flash

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 4:02 am

When folly of overclocking enabled raspberry pi [in the future] ought record state using PROM where value is unimportant but ‘ever set’ is sufficient to prevent value hacking

write-once

 

june 24 2014 draft

 

 

April 17, 2014

“free”dompop screws customers a new way shocking: Bring Your OWn Gullability Device

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 2:11 pm

 

Find new gotchas from people willing to entrust their credit card information to freedompop scam

http://howardforums.com/showthread.php/1816843-FreedomPop-is-now-offering-BYOD!

BYOD sounds too good to be true.  Bring Your Own Gullibility included at no extra cost for now!

.

“free”dom pop dictionary

grandfather = not-grandfather, or discontinue

.

.

 

 

 

March 26, 2014

osx steam’s com.googlecode.google-breakpad ? appnapp

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 7:56 am

Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS

rw-/rwx SM=PRV /Users/USER/Library/Application Support/Steam/*

com.apple.AppKit  _DPSNextEvent +
com.apple.AppKit  -[NSApplication nextEventMatchingMask:untilDate:inMode:dequeue:] +
vgui2_s.dylib  vgui::CBaseOSXSurface<CBaseSurface>::RunFrame() +
vgui2_s.dylib  CVGui::RunFrame() +
steamui.dylib  CVGUIApplicationSteamUI::RunFrame() +
steamui.dylib  RunSteamPlatform(vgui::IVGuiSetup*) +
steamui.dylib  Main(int, char**) +
steam  RunSteam(int, char**, bool) +
steam  main + 3817
steam  start + 53

 

com.googlecode.google-breakpad0x0033832d google_breakpad::ExceptionHandler::WaitForMessage(void*)

 

CIPCServer::Thread_MainLoop()

 

nanosleep$UNIX2003

 

CSteamController Thread
libsystem_kernel.dylib  __semwait_signal +
libsystem_c.dylib  nanosleep$UNIX2003 +
libtier0_s.dylib  ThreadSleep +
steamclient.dylib  CSteamController::CHIDIOThread::Run() +
steamclient.dylib  non-virtual thunk to CSteamController::CHIDIOThread::Run() +
libtier0_s.dylib  SteamThreadTools::CThread::ThreadExceptionWrapper(void*) +

 

CNet Encrypt:0
libsystem_kernel.dylib  __psynch_cvwait +
libsystem_pthread.dylib  _pthread_cond_wait +
libsystem_pthread.dylib  pthread_cond_timedwait$UNIX2003 +
libtier0_s.dylib  SteamThreadTools::CThreadSyncObject::Wait(unsigned int) +
steamclient.dylib  CWorkThread::Run() +
libtier0_s.dylib  SteamThreadTools::CThread::ThreadExceptionWrapper(void*) +
libtier0_s.dylib  CatchAndWriteContext_t::Invoke() +
libtier0_s.dylib  CatchAndWriteMiniDump_Impl(CatchAndWriteContext_t&) +

 

unnamed thread
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib  mach_msg_trap +
1 libsystem_kernel.dylib  mach_msg +
2 com.apple.CoreFoundation  __CFRunLoopServiceMachPort +
3 com.apple.CoreFoundation  __CFRunLoopRun +
4 com.apple.CoreFoundation  CFRunLoopRunSpecific +
5 com.apple.CoreFoundation  CFRunLoopRunInMode +
6 com.apple.AppKit  _NSEventThread +
7 libsystem_pthread.dylib  _pthread_body +
8 libsystem_pthread.dylib  _pthread_start +
9 libsystem_pthread.dylib  thread_start +

 

March 23, 2014

speedy or

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 10:16 pm

http://dslreports.linkline.com/SpeedTests/140/speedtest.jar

directly:

http://dslreports.linkline.com/SpeedTests/linklineST/

 

March 20, 2014

spiffy multiplayer crossplatform strategy stay afloat: windward

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 11:33 pm

cross platform multiplayer RTS water ships desura free-from-DRM

Desura:Windward

Single-player, Multi-player, Cross-Platform Multiplayer, Co-op, Local Co-op

 

 

 

March 3, 2014

Never invest reading business column by Oliver Pursche: he can’t understand much or priciples of successful reasoning

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 3:34 am

Advance to Aristotle 101 not collecting $200

forbes.com/sites/investor/2014/02/27/bitcoin-falls-short-on-several-levels/

Personally, if the choices are between crap and reading Oliver

A potential asset is not an asset.

As  a currency, Bitcoin has nothing that you want or need:  namely centralized governance, and the backing of an asset with value.

In this context BitCoin has the same backing as the US dollar: fiat.  Market regulation is ever so helpful to achieve control: removing liberty from the market not much unlike the fed puppet sucking value from the economy.

I have little interest in bitcoin because of the many nefarious types who mine — not that they mine but with whose resources they mine.

is the Fed pumping money into the economy

no

 

is the Fed pumping money into the economy to prop it up

no

or to help achieve policy goals?

no, unless sharing goals with a vampire

this is exactly the feature that enabled governments around the world to act in concert and stave off financial Armageddon in 2008 and 2009.

Sure if by stave off he means stoke up.

there are ideological issues associated with a central bank’s control over a currency

Merely little issues like individuality, liberty, self governance, accountability that surely were never discussed by the founders.

 

 

February 7, 2014

$2 introversion weekend sale “good” older games site

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 9:17 pm

http://gog.com/games##devpub=introversion_software

http://gog.com/game/darwinia

http://gog.com/game/multiwinia

http://gog.com/game/defcon

very-low-random RTS; darwinia the only not-multiplayer

 

February 3, 2014

scouring internets for bluetooth shutter release for android ios?

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 4:57 am

muku Shuttr

 

January 18, 2014

the-dma.org & aboutads.info:

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 4:06 am

January 11, 2014

recycled movies

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 9:02 pm

Omega Man : I am Legend

 

January 9, 2014

some web tools

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 4:01 pm

[pin]

free online photo editing, akin to photoshop

 

http://getloupe.com/create

 

December 12, 2013

procedural texture generation part ii

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 1:22 am

Of f/oss and commercial tools my favorite is my license for Filter Forge and my [professional] license for uncreatively named Texture Maker.

 

part I

SeeAlso.01 SeeAlso.02 SeeAlso.03 SeeAlso.04

December 4, 2013

sip hostile verizon? Android 4.3 464XLAT

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 7:21 pm

If you live in a verizon wireless world and consume too much unlimited data (or have a big bucket’o’data) you likely find yourself in a SIP hostile CGN universe.

464xlat-freedom-from-sip-hostility

 

“Bidirectional NAT-PT” voip
dns alg NAT-PT voip
rfc6264

December 2, 2013

@ cretinous admins of reseller isp email: SPF can accept dDNS fqdn to acomodate dynamic IP address of email clients using another ISP

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 2:10 pm

Someone’s email service was sold to an apparently dim bulb.  Now someone’s emails are being bounced by recipient systems.  Someone uses big name ISP, but their email domain was of a different small local DSL reselling ISP whose admin was barely capable of keeping up proprietary email server.  Smalltime ISP sold company to a slightly larger conglomerate.  Slightly larger admin is even more feckless than DSL reselling ISP having poorly configured SPF and other email policies.

Someone needs to be able to continue emailing from:  office ISP, residential ISP, mobile ISP.

Someone has a few options that feckless conglomerate admin could implement to allow someone’s difficult to change email address continue to function.  Changes to SPF TXT-record:

  1. add FQDN provided by someone:  dDNS (dynamic DNS A-record for someone’s dynamic IP address)
  2. someone could purchase a block of static IP address from ISP (ISP will not sell one IPa to residential clients)

.

#1

PRO: is least costly to someone and in no way technically challenging for feckless conglomerate admin.
PRO: suitable for business ISP and residential ISP

CON: DNS negative caching expiration (errantly refereed to as DSN propagation).  When IPa changes some few emails will be rejected as differential cached value and current value reach equilibrium.  Most problematic
CON: not suitable for mobile ISP (without vast hackery to hold IPa, chew battery).  VZW CGN extra-problematic.

.

Other than SPF options

  1. conglomerate un-disable SMTP AUTH for client

 

.

VZW CGN bane to Himself (PDF)

^ within verizon wireless document a verizon admission of what I’ve alleged: some handsets had [public] routable IP addresses (IPv4) until some didn’t.  (me and several dozen people with vzw savvy to the issue (vpn or sip)) — wherein I provided free re-education to verizon agents.  Will VZW inflict ULA (RFC 4193) with IPv6?  Sure as they’re demonstrably SIP-hostile.

.

 

someone could purchase a block of static IP address from ISP (ISP will not sell one IPa to residential clients)

November 7, 2013

interweb pillagers bring tired defeated ravings to wiki*dia

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 10:17 am

While refining stylish profiles to discourage wiki*dia usage I noticed this

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Greasemonkey#Ethical_issues.3F

defective business model syndrome re-re-hash-ad-nausem

 

July 11, 2013

MOVED: verizon wireless CGN (Carrier Grade NAT) : MOVED

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 11:52 pm

April 9, 2013

140proof.com self aggrandising poor rhetoricians

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 11:28 am

June 13 2012

social advertising? LLOL

[140proof of blathering irrelevancy]

playing in the mud with retarded sheep? that’ll get you far

March 14, 2013

aug 13 2012 draft: lightweight windows IVR server

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 2:25 pm

windows user?  vaguely familiar with voip but no personal PBX?

you might enjoy running an IVR server.  It acts as UA (sip client that registers to your voip provider[‘s extension])

http://www.myvoipapp.com/docs/mss_services/auto_attendant/index.html

hmmmm this Chromium profile does not play well with WP.  Sigh must fab new profile exclusively for wp

[image: registration tab]

If Plum’s QuickFuse is too daunting (it’s not, but using what you’ve designed probably is) then you can easily dsign your IVR without knowing a lick of VoiceXML.

  • Send callers to a sub_account of your voip
    • (sadly/foolishly not all VSP offer this),
  •  the IVR server is registered to that sub_account,

and torment people with “press 1 for hangup on automated dialers, press 2 to ring my home sip device, presss 4 to play globalthermonuclear war”

Combine with either/both

  • CallerID_number filtering
  • CNAM filtering

Ideal to

  • harass telemarketers into blacklisting your number
    • having your number market as “troublesome” is far more effective than requesting DoNotCall list addition
  • automatically request  “add to DoNotCall list” and “remove from all lists” and “do not call again [click]”
  • waste caller’s “valuable” time with logical loops
  • simulate a real person
    • use timeout for each leg instead of requiring response
    • “hello”
    • pause
    • “please explain that”
    • pause pause pause
    • “interesting”
    • pause
    • “tell me more about that”
    • loop_explainthat
  • require undesirable callers listed to ELABORATE telecommunication terms
    • read-in boilerplate terms from your favorite site with jibberish minutes in
    • use text to speech to avoid personal tedium and increase caller frustration
  • require acceptance of call recording else hangup
    • transfer on acceptance
  • FAKE speech recognition,
    • “say 1 to blah, say 2 to notblah”
    • I’m soar-eee response not recognized
    • loop ad infinitum or however many minutes you want to pay for torment at value rates $0.005/min
  • ideal for 419 scambaiting
    • optional voicemail capture with your favorite free SIP provider

 

 

February 21, 2013

UFD vid pid via lsusb & hwinfo

Filed under: 170914 — Sagacious Himself @ 9:46 am

 

05dc:a440 Lexar Media, Inc. JumpDrive Lightning [2gigs, boot:joy]

Device: ID 05dc:a440 Lexar Media, Inc. JumpDrive Lightning
Device Descriptor:
bLength                18
bDescriptorType         1
bcdUSB               2.00
bDeviceClass            0 (Defined at Interface level)
bDeviceSubClass         0
bDeviceProtocol         0
bMaxPacketSize0        64
idVendor           0x05dc Lexar Media, Inc.
idProduct          0xa440 JumpDrive Lightning
bcdDevice           30.00
iManufacturer           1 Lexar Media
iProduct                2 JD Lightning
iSerial                 3 55500005555000055555
bNumConfigurations      1
Configuration Descriptor:
bLength                 9
bDescriptorType         2
wTotalLength           32
bNumInterfaces          1
bConfigurationValue     1
iConfiguration          0
bmAttributes         0x80
(Bus Powered)
MaxPower              500mA
Interface Descriptor:
bLength                 9
bDescriptorType         4
bInterfaceNumber        0
bAlternateSetting       0
bNumEndpoints           2
bInterfaceClass         8 Mass Storage
bInterfaceSubClass      6 SCSI
bInterfaceProtocol     80 Bulk-Only
iInterface              0
Endpoint Descriptor:
bLength                 7
bDescriptorType         5
bEndpointAddress     0x81  EP 1 IN
bmAttributes            2
Transfer Type            Bulk
Synch Type               None
Usage Type               Data
wMaxPacketSize     0x0200  1x 512 bytes
bInterval             255
Endpoint Descriptor:
bLength                 7
bDescriptorType         5
bEndpointAddress     0x02  EP 2 OUT
bmAttributes            2
Transfer Type            Bulk
Synch Type               None
Usage Type               Data
wMaxPacketSize     0x0200  1x 512 bytes
bInterval             255
Device Qualifier (for other device speed):
bLength                10
bDescriptorType         6
bcdUSB               2.00
bDeviceClass            0 (Defined at Interface level)
bDeviceSubClass         0
bDeviceProtocol         0
bMaxPacketSize0        64
bNumConfigurations      1
Device Status:     0x0000
(Bus Powered)

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