Postcards from the Bleeding Edge
Saturday, November 13, 2004

  It GPLS me not under the GFDL

I was pleased today to find that my tiny tribute to Richard Stallman, the song "It GPLs Me", had got linked into the online version of Sam William's biography of Richard: Free as in Freedom in the chapter Small Puddle of Freedom.

The book notes that I hadn't given permission to use the song under the terms of the GFDL (the Gnu Free Documentation License)

well... RMS gave me permission to use it under the terms of the Comedic license.

So far as I know, that supercedes the GFDL...

And I do have to re-record It GPLS me - I have a way better studio now, and my singing has improved a lot since 1999, tho I still need overdubs.
 

  10x10... and It GPLS me

10x10. Weird, but Wow. Via
Bloggercon III.


 

  Transcription ante - a way to make money from audioblogging, internet radio, and podcasting

I've been writing up a business plan for a new VOIP service that I've been calling "Transconf". I'm discouraged at the state of the market it's in, but encouraged by Richard Branson's philosophy - "The time to get into a business is when it's abysmally run by someone else".

I typed on today, trying to finish the first draft, exploring business models, relatively undaunted by the number of partners I'd have to interface with, the costs of advancing the states of the technologies I wanted to use, the backend costs, the margins, and the quality control issues... I ran the spreadsheet: I needed about 650k to get to beta, and over 12m to get to cash flow positive. Although that latter figure didn't include realistic margins for actual revenue I got kind of discouraged, and went outside for a nicorette. It's hard to think, 24 hours into trying to quit smoking....

An idea dropped out of the sky. It wouldn't take much to develop, and would end up profitable for everybody. I'd drop everything and work on it if I didn't have so much invested in the core ideas of transconf... I still might get to work on this....

as I'm way behind on podcasts, with radio recordings, and on my favorite audio site (IT Conversations)...

Audio Transcription Antes

Fact: Transcription services have a cost of about $180.00 per hour of recording, even with computer assistance. As Doug Kay points out, a basic transcription can be had for much less in India.
Fact: Much audio content on the net is not being transcribed, and much of that is not worth being transcribed
Fact: Text information has more value than purely voice information (it's more easily linked to, googled for, reused, etc -)
Fact: If the cost of transcription could be scaled to meet demand, everybody would enjoy metcalfe's law effects in supply and demand for moving voice to text.

The idea is basically - have a service that wraps around any given audio file
that allows writers and readers to ante in on having a transcription of that recording available.

Add a "Transcribe This" button to any given audio feed, and it's rating system. Clicking on that button gives an ebay-like status on how close it is financially to getting transcribed, and allows readers to "ante up" to get it closer to being transcribed. "Transcribe this" could also be built into mp3 players and the like...

When the ante reaches the minimum required to get the recording transcribed, the audio gets sent off to the transcription service, it gets transcribed, the transcription gets emailed to the audio owners and the people that ante'd up (conveying a first mover advantage), and a few days later the transcription can be made public...

... thus lowering the costs of the audio -> text conversion for all...

does that work for anyone? Press? Public? Podcasters? Politicians?

 

  Physics Geek: Great American Smokeout

Physics Geek: Great American Smokeout

I more or less managed to quit smoking cigarettes a while back (I still bum them), but I picked up a tobacco pipe instead, which smells better and tastes better. Until today I justified still smoking the pipe because I love getting double takes from cops - "what the heck is that guy smoking?")

I also believe that smoking raises IQ by 5 points. Example - In the 60s, everyone in NASA smoked. Result: We got to the moon in 9 years. In the 00s, no one in NASA can smoke on duty. Result: We can't get back to the moon in less than 16 years.

I've just learned that even if I quit smoking that I'm still at least 14 IQ points smarter than either Bush or Kerry. I also scored 40 pts higher on the SATs than Al Gore. This proves to me that IQ is not a indicator of success in life or politics - that other factors, environment(Yale, marrying rich), heredity (the blue blood kind), discipline, and just plain luck - are far more important than IQ. Damn it.

So the smart thing is to quit smoking and clean up my immediate environment - and then start to hang around places like Yale.

I've got to put 7 more years, dumber, on the tail end of my life if I want to get to the asteroids.

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Friday, November 12, 2004

  Odd applications for genetic engineering

Deer that glow in the dark



and Hypoallergenic cats?

A correspondent reacts:Slashdot, google.

What next? I was rather struck by the tone of allerca's web site, no matter how hard they tried they seemed to be straining at presenting their "product" as a loveable animal. They might have done better by trying to talk about it as a new breed of cat... and taking rhetoric from cat breeder sites.

I can't help but wonder what sort of testing was done to create these animals. And, what happens, when, inevitably, they escape into the wild and cross breed with other cats.... Is it a monsanto scenario? Does the genetic modification persist across generations?


 

  An overdose of death takes a good writer

Iris Chang was found dead in her car in Los Gatos tuesday. I'd probably driven right by it on my way to San Jose that day.

She'd written a few powerful books, notably the "Rape of Nanking", which I'd read a couple years back. She was working on a new one about the Bataan death march, when the overdose of old atrocities began to overwhelm her.

Links: Mercury News & SFgate.

Note to self: Keep watching those G movies, it helps cope with all the things man has done in this sorry world.
 
Thursday, November 11, 2004

  The true american demographic

A more fair-minded independent voter sent in a copy of the democrat/republican demographic, showing the voting pattern of urban and rural voters. It's the city dwellers vs the rural dwellers, not the north vs the south.



It's about where the food comes from....
 
Tuesday, November 09, 2004

  Ashcroft resigns

Immediately the sarcasm started going around the office:

And without further comment:





 

  ICANN'T?

So, in the course of yesterdays DNS rants, I let slip my low opinion of ICANN - which I don't believe is a democracy, unless you're using American democracy as an example -

Chipper burst forth in a plea for personal responsibility in the commons - which changed how I've been coping with postmaster email. It's not every day that a discussion changes how you're thinking, so, here's Chip: I don't have time to write all my own material!

Long ago, I mean, LONG AGO I stopped reading my postmaster email due to being overwhelmed by spam, and this is a violation of the social compact that email is supposed to be. I blog now, because I can't handle my email volume as it stands.

I checked. I had 17361 messages in my postmaster mailbox! 99.9999% spam, I thought. It's too much, I can't deal with it

I tried an experiment today - although it adds to the packet overhead that Chipper is bitching about, I started forwarding my postmaster email to my gmail account, where I can at least report the spam to a service that will attempt to block it.

Or so I thought, briefly. All I'd be doing by forwarding it all to gmail is blocking messages from my own domain. There has got to be a better way... maybe I should implement razor.... I don't have a technical solution, but blaming network solutions, or ARIN, saying "ICANN'T", is not the solution.

I went back and looked at that mailbox again. It wasn't all spam, 17,223 messages were messages from my local cron daemon - I used to keep statistics on my router's utilization and the code has been broken for months. I just spent 10 minutes fixing that. Deleting all those messages crashed mozilla (note: this is the first time I've crashed mozilla in months)...

118 messages were from another daemon - only 19 messages were spam... and one, exactly one, explained why I hadn't got a response back from a friend when I'd emailed him a few weeks ago.

----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
jefe AT blaize.org (reason: 553 5.3.5 system config error)

----- Transcript of session follows -----
553 5.3.5 127.0.1.50. config error: mail loops back to me (MX problem?)
554 5.3.5 Local configuration error

Not one single mail was directed by a human at postmaster. Not One.

No one bothers to send mail to postmaster anymore!! Not network people - Not even spammers. Perhaps that's the answer - that postmaster has returned to being a valid, usable, email address, that we can, once again, use as a standard to communicate about network problems.

I put security, hostmaster & postmaster back into my aliases files. I'll be a better netizen from now on.

Paul Vixie, originator of the bind DNS system, still answers his postmaster email.

Maybe Jefe has fixed his mailer problem. Maybe I'll send an email to his postmaster to find out... nope, blaize.org is still broke...

But then I realized that I was sending that email to the wrong domain and the wrong email address, that I'd got his account and address reversed in my mind -

Heh. Being a responsible postmaster is a good thing. I'd forgotten that.

Just for the hell of it, I fired off an email to postmaster AT mci.com -

"Why on earth do you have a TTL of 0 on global.mci.com?"


 
Monday, November 08, 2004

  DNS performance goes to hell... to fight spam?

A couple internet veterans griped at me today:The world's most distributed database is breaking down, because people are afraid to cache anything... and we're still not using good crypto. It's SPF, says one... Self centered stupidity says another:

It's the collapse of the commons! sez a third... The internet. No one owns it. Everybody can use it. "Everyone can improve it".

Although I gain clarity in my DNS files by using CNAME chains, I cause two or three DNS lookups for every access to my web site and mail server. The packet overhead isn't much, but the added latency does add up. Note to self - REFORM! do a global search and replace on my DNS records so I return to a 1 to 1 match between IP and name... And:

Big sites using a TTL of 0 completely thwarts the intent of the several million DNS caches on the internet, to what end? There are far better load balancing solutions. If millions of sites set TTL to 0, the Net would collapse....
 
Sunday, November 07, 2004

  Virgins in flight - Gonzo Branding

FastCompany does a profile of Richard Branson. Choice quote: I've daydreamed of sleeper class in airline flight for years. What knucklehead thought that people wanted to travel for 5 hours in a half reclined position? Far better to have a few tiers of bunks - windows on the ceiling and base of the plane to see the stars and the ground from a perfect angle - and instead of the inane question at the front desk of "isle or window seat?", the question would be for the beds - something more like "Married or Single? Sexual preference?"...

Ahh, the courage to try something, and then try it again until it's right. I love that. And to go against the flow...

 
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