Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 30th, 2011

Ah. “MMS and Windows Media based web streams don’t play in Lion’s QuickTime X 10.1 Player.” arseh.at/q68

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@jasonjordan My pleasure, Sir. An easy conversation. Now, to figure out why the audio stream was misbehaving my end. ;)

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Thanks, @Snowy2307 @iiadamogrady, but they don’t work ‘cos I have a faulty installation. Fixing that now.

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And… the radio spot is done. I did record it my end (so I sound great and @jasonjordan on the end of a phone).

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Bingo! Thanks, @mattcdef2000, tunein.com works just fine. I just want to record my end too.

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Does anyone know the direct URL for the @6PR audio stream?

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Hmmm. I can’t get the @6PR audio stream working on my new MacBook Pro. The copied-across Flip4Mac is broken. No time to reinstall.

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OK, I’m talking Anonymous and the @Stratfor hack on Perth radio @6PR in about 10 mins. Listen at 6pr.com.au

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@jasonjordan ROFL! Okies, let’s do it live then. That’ll work nicely.

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@jasonjordan Sure, give me 10 minutes to gather my thoughts? Call it 2250 AEDT / 1950 AWST?

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@jasonjordan What time are you thinking of doing it? I’m starting to fade a little.

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But it’s a shame that @email_angel resorted to spambots to promote their service. /cc @BernardKeane

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Well, @BernardKeane, according to emailangel.org my email address is on a list somewhere, but it would’ve been an old, unique password.

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@BernardKeane I did find @Stratfor’s stuff useful, but then I drifted away from that sort of thing into more tech-oriented writing.

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@BernardKeane I should be in that list too. Somewhere. This is THE test of this damn thing, you know.

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@gabriellalahti Thank you. I’m going to use a better version of the chocolate factory metaphor [is is a metaphor?] in a written piece soon.

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Charlie Brooker (@charltonbrooker) on 2011’s news highlights. arseh.at/q65

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If Anonymous was after @Stratfor’s email archive, why muck around with credit card numbers? My answer at arseh.at/q5w

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Bu it’s still the slow build by Anonymous. Credit cards and user logins, yet the main act is (supposedly) the email archive.

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@chrisbrownie It’s probably a bad thing, yes @chrisbrownie, but it’ll keep the news media happy for a day or two.

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The link has been correctified, @frogpondsrock

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So, Anonymous just dumped ALL @Stratfor credit card data (75k) and complete historical user base (860k). arseh.at/q5h

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@jonoabroad Oh thank you. I didn’t think episode 16 of “The 9pm Edict” was particularly strong at all. But there you go.

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@benmoretti Well, a hack certainly gets more coverage if it’s a brand or an industry “everybody” knows and cares about.

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Well, that’s a couple of hours of tedious cross-checking completed. That calls for a mild celebration.

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@CassPF Oh shooting those cutaways annoyed me! That’s not my computer so I didn’t know where anything was.

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@CassPF We certainly recorded material about what might be in the emails and the effect that could have, but it wasn’t used.

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New blog post: “Talking @Stratfor hack on ABC TV’s 7.30”, plus some of my comments. arseh.at/q4o

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No problems, @_LeonieGSmith, there’s also an MP4 video file of @abc730’s @Stratfior hack story at arseh.at/q4n

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@sylmobile I’m not all that fussed by the “goes by the name” thing. Certainly an “Oops!” but not much more.

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Video of last night’s @abc730 story on the @Stratfor hack is now online, but not the transcript yet. arseh.at/q4m

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This morning is filled with confusion.

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Fri plan, unordered: Poke at client project management; errand to Top Ryde City; research for a couple of stories; early night.

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@jplonie If you cyber too much you’ll go blind. /cc @GeordieGuy @NewtonMark

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@DameEtcetera I think I understand what you mean, so thank you. I think.

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Pondering how much actual work to do today.

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Friedday, eh? And the last one we’ll have until next year? Well well well.

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Right, so @abc730 had to start at the very beginning. Who is Anonymous? Tough to explain through to links to the HBGary hack the time.

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Ah! A repeat of “7.30” has just started on @ABCNews24, so let’s see what I said (after editing).

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@skwashd Well, we know that’s where the credit cards were, but the emails and internal docs? That’s something / somewhere else.

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@skwashd I haven’t seen Drupal mentioned in the context of @Stratfor anywhere. The @WIRED story mentioned the commerce platform they used.

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