Re: The Talk2 List random observaion

2012-03-05 Thread shaun everiss

talk2 has almost 0 traphic dustin.
There is just no real descussion on this list no more.

When going through some old e-mail, I realize that I've stopped 
receiving regular Novell training updates. This makes me sad. I was 
originally NCNA certified almost exactly ten years ago, and now it's 
the end of an era. I can't forward those messages to talk2 anymore 
for no one to care about. This makes me a very sad person, and a 
very redundant one, since I've already mentioned this once before.


Oh well. Back to your life.

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The Talk2 List teamtalk servers

2012-02-29 Thread shaun everiss

Hi all.
Just wandered on how to set one of these up.
I plan to run a temperary service for a net radio station and for my own use.
Obviously because of bandwidth, etc it wouldn't be a perminant thing.
I have 50% of it figured out I think.
I know with no-ip I can make a domain and download an updater client 
for the ip address.
I know I can with the teamtalk install and uninstall scripts I cann 
remove and add the server with ease.

I have a few questions though.
1.  if I put no ip to be bound to when the wizzard asks me will it 
log to my own ip in the box or just localhost.
If it locks to the current ip and thats bound to a no-ip domain by 
typing that in teamtalk can I then connect to that.


What security things do I need to do to allow this to happen.
Do I need to foreward the tcp and udp ports I plan to use for the 
incomming and outgoing connection.

I have always been able to out go to ports with  out any issue.
But here is the problem.
I would prefur not to open ports.
Even though hackers can't actually see the network due to no sharing, 
I really don't want to have to fiddle with routers each time, as I 
don't want to have the server online 24-7.

What do I need to adjust for security, etc.
I guess I can turn off shares though if thats needed, well.I guess I 
could pasword protect the servers, but hmmm the other one was public.

At least the other one i used was public access for standard users.
What is the best platform to run the server on.
My portable can run it, on wireless or cable but going back and 
foreward may be a problem, since if I need to kill wireless to 
switch  to network or something funky happens with it thats it, it goes.

I have a couple options.
the first like mine on xp pro is a desktop with almost the same specs.
Its my dad's work box and can stay on for the day or however long I 
need it for.
The other is my brothers i3, but that has win7 and I have no idea 
about security for that to run teamtalk and stuff on it, and since he 
uses it for everything under the sun I'd prefur not to use it, but whatever.

I am trying to find out how feasable it is to run a server here.
I know the duc and the server clients take up once I have running 14 
mb, with the client takes up about 5% cpu and 12 mb making for a 
total of 26mb, which all systems will take.

once the server is running do I need mics, connected to the box it runs on.
when the server connects is it connecting to my system or just the 
server and do I need a password and username for my system in order 
to connect to the server.
it all looks straight foreward, and resource use is low, what is 
bandwidth usage  like I wander.

if you use audio a lone on highest codec do you use that much?
I need to know the running costs of such a server.




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Re: The Talk2 List One of the best 404 messages

2011-07-03 Thread shaun everiss

someone is a major pdaudio fan here.
At 09:04 p.m. 3/07/2011, you wrote:
Since there's not much going on this list these days and I haven't 
contributed to it much either, I thought I'd try to liven it up at 
least a bit by posting this rather amusing 404 message I just found 
while attempting to click on something. Of course I know other sites 
do it, but not many, so it's still interesting.


404: I THINK YOU BROKE SOMETHING...

Or maybe it was our fault.

It is possible someone here dropped the website and the page you are 
looking for fell out.


Or perhaps that page never existed and you just dreamt it up.

Either way, you might want to try searching for what you were 
looking for in the search box on the right hand side of the page, or 
http://www.thecmuwebsite.com/click here to return to 
theCMUwebsite.com home page.

Vanja
http://www.sudar.co.ukhttp://www.sudar.co.uk
http://mashupradio.net
MSN/windows live messenger: mailto:suda...@hotmail.comsuda...@hotmail.com
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Re: The Talk2 List PDAudio realtime2011

2011-06-29 Thread shaun everiss

the archive was cool.
I put in a few hours last night on it.
really cool.
The phone thing was wow.
I especially liked you with munkying round with speakers and voice 
mail systems, reminds me of a movie i saw but i forget the title.

At 02:05 a.m. 30/06/2011, you wrote:

Not really.  It is actually fine the way it is/was.
However, there was a sertain isolation, which you'll hear later in 
the archive, which if existed, could have made a neet ring noise 
when people called.


- Original Message - From: shaun everiss sm.ever...@gmail.com
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 7:32 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List PDAudio realtime2011



who knows.
I have however figured the link to and gotten the archive.
I have listened only to the first 2 hours last night but its really 
cool guys.

Keep up the good  breaky work.
On that note it would have been funny if if someone had either 
farted or played the farting sound with echo whenever a word like 
break, broke, etc was mentioned.

At 02:05 a.m. 28/06/2011, you wrote:

Amused!  very much so.  oh well, wonder how it managed to do that
- Original Message -
From: mailto:patr...@pdaudio.netPatrick Perdue
To: mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COMtalk2
Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2011 4:45 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List PDAudio realtime2011

There's only a huge bloody problem with this promotion. It showed 
up a day late. Wah ha ha!


On Jun 25, 2011, at 4:12 PM, Derek Lane wrote:

As summers show up year after year, this list has this amazing 
trend of getting more and more boring.  oops, what a bad start to 
a little promotional  email huh.
Anyways, although this is sadly the case, it doesn't mean the 
lives of those, or events mentioned on this list are just as 
boring.  In fact, it could be argued that they happen to be a 
great deal more interesting. However, should this not be the 
case, or should you want to  be a part of something strange, 
PDAudio realtime2011 begins today at 8:03 pm eastern on 
TBRN.  There has  been no things and stuff or WDGLFM for a while 
due to various reasons, so  the results of opening mouths, mics, 
and phone lines should be something interesting.
After bad things, did AM Talk0 manage to return?  What is AM 
talk0? Who/what is the zoom dog?  Find out these things and 
more  in the process of listening.
Chances are, you know how to do this by now, but if not, go to 
http://www.tbrn.netwww.tbrn.net and follow the links.  If you 
have winamp, foobar, or something which offers the same 
functionality, have it open the following URL, and you'll be set.

http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogghttp://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg





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Re: The Talk2 List PDAudio realtime2011

2011-06-28 Thread shaun everiss

who knows.
I have however figured the link to and gotten the archive.
I have listened only to the first 2 hours last night but its really cool guys.
Keep up the good  breaky work.
On that note it would have been funny if if someone had either farted 
or played the farting sound with echo whenever a word like break, 
broke, etc was mentioned.

At 02:05 a.m. 28/06/2011, you wrote:

Amused!  very much so.  oh well, wonder how it managed to do that
- Original Message -
From: mailto:patr...@pdaudio.netPatrick Perdue
To: mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COMtalk2
Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2011 4:45 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List PDAudio realtime2011

There's only a huge bloody problem with this promotion. It showed up 
a day late. Wah ha ha!


On Jun 25, 2011, at 4:12 PM, Derek Lane wrote:

As summers show up year after year, this list has this amazing 
trend of getting more and more boring.  oops, what a bad start to a 
little promotional  email huh.
Anyways, although this is sadly the case, it doesn't mean the lives 
of those, or events mentioned on this list are just as boring.  In 
fact, it could be argued that they happen to be a great deal more 
interesting.  However, should this not be the case, or should you 
want to  be a part of something strange, PDAudio realtime2011 
begins today at 8:03 pm eastern on TBRN.  There has  been no things 
and stuff or WDGLFM for a while due to various reasons, so  the 
results of opening mouths, mics, and phone lines should be 
something interesting.
After bad things, did AM Talk0 manage to return?  What is AM 
talk0?  Who/what is the zoom dog?  Find out these things and 
more  in the process of listening.
Chances are, you know how to do this by now, but if not, go to 
http://www.tbrn.netwww.tbrn.net and follow the links.  If you 
have winamp, foobar, or something which offers the same 
functionality, have it open the following URL, and you'll be set.

http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogghttp://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg






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Re: The Talk2 List PDAudio realtime2011

2011-06-26 Thread shaun everiss

yeah a day late.
I was not even there for the show yesterday.
I presume there is  no cartime but when the archive goes live I will get that.
At 08:45 a.m. 27/06/2011, you wrote:
There's only a huge bloody problem with this promotion. It showed up 
a day late. Wah ha ha!


On Jun 25, 2011, at 4:12 PM, Derek Lane wrote:

As summers show up year after year, this list has this amazing 
trend of getting more and more boring.  oops, what a bad start to a 
little promotional  email huh.
Anyways, although this is sadly the case, it doesn't mean the lives 
of those, or events mentioned on this list are just as boring.  In 
fact, it could be argued that they happen to be a great deal more 
interesting.  However, should this not be the case, or should you 
want to  be a part of something strange, PDAudio realtime2011 
begins today at 8:03 pm eastern on TBRN.  There has  been no things 
and stuff or WDGLFM for a while due to various reasons, so  the 
results of opening mouths, mics, and phone lines should be 
something interesting.
After bad things, did AM Talk0 manage to return?  What is AM 
talk0?  Who/what is the zoom dog?  Find out these things and 
more  in the process of listening.
Chances are, you know how to do this by now, but if not, go to 
http://www.tbrn.netwww.tbrn.net and follow the links.  If you 
have winamp, foobar, or something which offers the same 
functionality, have it open the following URL, and you'll be set.

http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogghttp://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg






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The Talk2 List a small update

2011-06-17 Thread shaun everiss

Hi.
I know that a lot of people on here  follow my lj here
I think maryann, amy arfy and onj are among these.
Yesterday livejournal has decided to take their mobile site offline.
When it came back I found that all posts from the 19th of december of 
last year on have not been posted.

I am totally cheesed off.
I only use this to blog about my goings on, only 1 post a week sometimes 2.
I have a couple options
wordpress at smeveriss.wordpress.com
The main site sucks but the mobile one rocks.
A better one is crashmaster.klangoblog.net which I can easily get up.
I will advise my loyal readers if any exist where I decide to put my patronage.
I am making a couple enquiries  into having my blog on a couple 
friend's servers.

This will give me some space maybe email posting.
I have no resources to have my own server stored locally though or a 
server for the job.

The bandwidth is something I am not sure I could afford to.
So there you have it.
I have no idea if I will ever start blogging but I think klango is a 
safe bet if i do.

Shaun



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Re: The Talk2 List Tonight on The John Zone

2010-03-09 Thread shaun everiss
where  do you check all those zones.
Hmmm if they had daylight savings it would be lindt.
lint enough is strange enouf but lindt is chocolate and to have something named 
after that sweet thing is good.
Oh dear here is a simpsons quote.
sweet sweet candy!!!
At 03:17 a.m. 10/03/2010, you wrote:
  There actually is.  Line Island Time.  Right now I believe it's UTC+14.  
 After we moved back to Standard Time in November, it took me an hour to look 
 up each of those time zones and make sure everything was in order.

On 3/9/2010 8:02 AM, Brandon Hicks wrote:
There isn't actually a time zone called lint is there?
If so, wow.

That is all.

John Clower wrote:
 Until the cease and desist order goes through, it’s time for another 
 edition of The John Zone tonight on The Beyond Radio Network! March 9 is 
 notoriously an insignificant day historically, and perhaps this year will 
 not break the trend. However, the two previous days have been far more 
 eventful. On March 7, the 82nd Academy Awards were held in the illustrious 
 Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Literally dozens watched as the 
 pioneers of the cinematic world gave each other Oscar statuettes forged in 
 the fires of sweet buttery pop corn and sticky theater floors. The John 
 Zone shall therefore commemorate this momentous event as only The John Zone 
 can.

It has been widely disseminated that yesterday was International Women’s 
Day, but perhaps just as significantly, March 8 also happened to be the 
anniversary of the first airing of the iconic classic, Beavis and Butt-Head, 
which premiered seventeen years ago yesterday. Honoring both separately 
would be easy enough, but wouldn’t it be even more enjoyable to combine the 
two? Yes, this can be done.

There are also many a birthday of note: including Bow Wow, 23; Chingy, 30; 
C-Murder, 39; Shannon Leto of 30 Seconds to Mars, 40; Johnny Kelly of Type O 
Negative, 42; Brendan Canty of Fugazi, 44; Mark Lindsay of Paul Revere and 
The Raiders, 68; President Zillur Rahman of Bangladesh, 81; as well as the 
downright spritely Phoebe Knapp and Tsar Alexis I, who are a mere 161 and 
381 years of age, respectively. More Texas-related recordings, a new mashup 
from Jeffrey Rainey, vintage incrimination from a 13-year-old me, your 
requests, comments, and exaggerated descriptions of what you’re having for 
dinner can be heard tonight beginning at 11PM GMT, 6PM EST, 5PM CST, 4PM 
MST, 3PM PST, 1PM HAST, noon SST, and on Wednesday at midnight CET, 1AM EET, 
9AM EST, 10AM EDT, noon NZDT, and 1PM LINT via either 
http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg.m3u or 
http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.mp3.m3u.

There isn’t really a cease and desist order, by the way.
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Re: The Talk2 List setting up facebook chat on miranda

2010-03-05 Thread shaun everiss
then why bother with the fb chat plugin then.
At 10:45 p.m. 5/03/2010, you wrote:
If you have the Facebook Chat plug-in installed, disable it by opening the
options dialog, selecting plug-ins in the tree view, and unchecking
facebook.dll in the list of plug-ins.  Restart Miranda once you've done
this, and open the accounts dialog.  Click the add button, give the
account a name like FB Chat, Facebook, or whatever else you want to call
it, preferably a different name to the account created with the
facebook.dll plug-in.  Choose Jabber as the protocol.  Once the account
has added, select it in the listbox.  When asked to choose a network type,
i.e. secure or public XMPP, just leave it on the default setting.  Enter
your Facebook username (not! email address) and password, and enter
chat.facebook.com as the server address.  Hit OK, set the account to
online, and the account should work just fine.

--
James Scholes

Earlier, Rachel D Keyte wrote:
Hi guys,
  I know a lot of you are keen miranda users, so have come for help.
I just got miranda today (Andre's version) and can not setup facebook
chat to work with it.  my actual facebook is showing online but not
jabba.  Someone told me that the jabba type needs to be set to xmpp
public server, so I set it to that, and enter in my user name and
chat.facebook.com in the edit combo box. but i find that once I OK
that, the type defaults back to facebook chat.
I've also tried leaving it at facebook chat while entering
chat.facebook.com but that doesn't work either.
what am I doing wrong people?
Thanks,
Cheers! :)



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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [access] WFA User Protest

2010-03-02 Thread shaun everiss
yeah it did other things to.
At 06:11 a.m. 3/03/2010, you wrote:
Here here. I've saved up and purchased all of my assistive tech over the 
years. No group of people is entitled to things for free just because of what 
may be wrong with them. Remember that virus that disabled all of the pirated 
copies of JAWS a couple years ago for Christmas? I'd really like to shake the 
hand of whoever put that crack together. I still chuckle about it when the 
incident comes to mind.

Steve


On 3/2/2010 10:21 AM, Amanda Rush wrote:
Thanks for the compliment Doug. Now let me open up another can of worms.
I'm not necessarily going out of my way to piss people off, but if it
happens, oh well.

I think that, to a large extent, a lot of blind people think they're
entitled to accessibility from the private sector, and not only that, but
entitled to it for free. Yes, it would be nice if we lived in a perfectly
accessible world, where everything worked and we didn't have to pay extra
or put in any extra work. But we don't. And at least in the US, (I live in
the US so I can't comment on the UK or other countries), the ADA, which
has very few teeth in itself, doesn't apply to the private sector, unless
they're receiving government funding. And even then, there's the
reasonable accommodation clause. So we really are, in most cases, better
off hacking our own solutions together, and maybe sharing them with each
other so there's less re-inventing of the wheel. Because trust me, if I
were to, say, call FS and tell them that all this Red Hat crap I'm dealing
with is almost inaccessible, and I want better support for terminal
emulators, they're pretty much going to tell me to fuck myself because
there's not enough of a market share for that sort of thing, and same goes
for virtual machines and all these other nice new technologies they don't
officially support.



-Original Message-
From: mai...@andrelouis.com [mailto:mai...@andrelouis.com] On Behalf Of
Doug Langley
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 10:12
To: talk2
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [access] WFA User Protest

Also, the WFA concept of free life time upgrades also put a nail in its
coffin.  Wheres the insentive for Vodaphone to develop a program which
wont bring them any sort of positive cash flow? This is a gps program
and it needs updated data on a regular basis and wheres the insentive
for vodaphone to do *anything* that wont bring them at least the ability
to break even? First and formost its about money and 777 blind people
that signed a petition who arent obligated (by the license agreement) to
ever give them another penny arent going to be insentive enough to do
anything about it.


On 3/2/2010 7:03 AM, Doug Langley wrote:
   
I'm glad to see someone else with a brain. No one ever takes these
internet petitions seriously. I signed it but only because it can only
help more than hurt. That being said, if people spent as much time
working on a new solution instead of trying to save an old dieing one
we would probably all be better off.  This is vodaphone. they hear
from more people in a single hour than they will in this hole
petition.  And all this petition is doing is asking for a reason why.
so we can spend 3 months getting 778 signatures so they can say,
because it didnt make business sense. Thank you for contacting
vodaphone we hope we can service you in the future.

On 3/2/2010 6:57 AM, Amanda Rush wrote:
 
K this is a record. I was turned off by about the second line of this
guy's message. I totally get being angry about accessibility or the
   
lack
   
thereof, but begging for signatures is like begging for charity.
   
Neither
   
one works very well, and getting angry with the people you're trying to
get signatures/charity from isn't a good thing either. Also, IMO, (and
it's probably only my opinion, and we know what those are like, but
   
this
   
is the crux of the entire accessibility fight), companies like this one
and every other one ignore these sorts of petitions because, even if
every
single blind user were to call their bluff, we're not a big enough of
their market to matter as far as sales or whatever. And in the case
of the
FS petition, we can all bitch and whine till we're out of breath, but
the
fact is that 90% of their clientel is government contracts. So they can
pretty much do whatever, and the other AT companies will eventually go
along or go out of business, and so there's no real insentive for FS
to do
anything positive. Note: I'm not a huge FS fan. At all. So I hope no
   
one
   
takes this as rooting for them.

And wow, DJ Patty, haven't heard from you in *ages. I was wondering
   
what
   
had happened to you. Good to see you're still around.

Amanda



-Original Message-
From: mai...@andrelouis.com [mailto:mai...@andrelouis.com] On Behalf
Of Dj
Paddy
Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 17:35
To: talk2
Subject: RE: The Talk2 List Fw: [access] WFA User Protest

Guys just displaying understandable anger 

Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [access] WFA User Protest

2010-03-02 Thread shaun everiss
hmmm do it anyway.
Ok I can't prommise any donations but I am part admin of a podcast site, I can 
submit material for inclusion, I can probably promote  the project heck could 
even get my own section basedon that project if I wished at least I think I can.
At 06:32 a.m. 3/03/2010, you wrote:
this is something I've been pondering for the last 2 weeks after a 
conversation with onj
the Asterisk pbx uses a bounty system to get stuff done. So, basically you 
take donations for 3-9 months, then offer the money to developers to complete
the project. and the project that I invision is an open source product based 
on google maps that's multi plat form. pc, and winmo/symbian.  WX widgits
are availible for all our major platforms.

In theory this isnt hard to setup but I can smell the headaches from a 
thousand miles away.  People want donations back, people dont like the finished
product etc.  I'm not sure I want the project but It does leave me tempted to 
do it.

On 3/2/2010 8:40 AM, Brandon Hicks wrote:
block quote
That would be the best, and if I had the knowledge I'd do it or talk to them 
about it. Hopefully someone will, because Loadstone could be good if it just
streamlined the process of getting maps and POIs and got access to the better 
maps from Google.




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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [access] WFA User Protest

2010-03-01 Thread shaun everiss
hmph.
well I myself think simbian rocks.
win mobile, well from what I hear it crashes like no one's business.
On that note wander why  no one has designed something around a linux distro, 
ubuntu, maybe nvda and something else.
could probably work to.
and you could run linux apps on your mobile.
At 10:35 a.m. 2/03/2010, you wrote:
I suspect everyone on that list has already signed. He needs to get the word 
out through additional channels without trying to guilt trip the reader into 
signing it. Frankly though, I don't think there will be much luck. A telecomm 
company that has hundreds of thousands of customers doesn't care about a 
thousand blind people, no matter how angry they get. Just look at what 
Microsoft is doing to Windows Mobile; yanking the rug out from under everyone 
with no regards to keeping products like MobileSpeak functional. Why petition? 
Microsoft obviously doesn't give a flip, and neither do these guys.

As much as I like MobileSpeak and especially Mobile Geo, I'll be banking on 
the Android platform in a few years when both WM and Simbian are dead.

Steve


On 3/1/2010 3:39 PM, Onj wrote:
you're not head of a large blindy organisation, though.  And though I agree 
with your standpoint, to a point, if I ask you, will you sign instead?  I'm 
asking as someone who, unless Loadstone really decides to do something 
useful, will have no GPS undder his platform.  You have Mobile Geo and you 
are lucky for that, however it shall be a cold day in hell I switch to 
Windows smart.  Especially with all the incredibly um, interesting? changes 
they are trying to implement at this time.
So, ignoring that message, which to be fair the guy did have a point, he 
wasn't saying it to individuals but to large organisations, please sign it. I 
can't ask more than that really.

From: Stephen Clower st...@steve-audio.net
on Monday, March 01, 2010 7:20 PM

So... he wants more signatures, but the only way he feels he can get
them is to insult everybody? I won't sign now simply because of the
author's attitude, despite his good intentions.

Steve

On 3/1/2010 2:12 PM, Onj wrote:
I haven't seen a message on this list for months.  Why not let the
content of this message speak for itself?

From: Neil Barnfather - TalkNav ta...@talknav.com
on Monday, March 01, 2010 6:02 PM

A quick note to all of you who have, and those who as of yet have not
signed
the WFA user protest site.

Before I start my message the link right here and now is
www.talknav.com/protest

Firstly, a note to all of you who have signed, thank you, but I have
to at
this stage say that it is way too few who have made this effort. We are
nearing 700, yet for Vodafone to take this seriously we need thousands.

To date we've not even got close to even the number of users of the
application signing, let alone additional support.

Can I especially ask those of you who either work with or for the
organizations that supposedly represent us as blind folk, yes you
lot, those
of you at the RNIB, CNIB, AFB, NFB, etc, etc, you lot really have
made me
rather upset and irritated.

To date I've posted two messages via each of your web-sites informing
you
all of our protest, has any one of you got back to me to ask for more
detail, have you mass mailed your members, have you lobbied in our
favour,
have you, no sir. Is this an outrage, is this a complete lack of
competence
when it comes to supporting those who you claim to represent? This
individual thinks so. So if you represent, or have a contact at your
local
blind organization please forward this message, we, or certainly I,
am very,
very disappointed in you all.

As for those private individuals who have not yet signed, even if you
do not
own Access or a Symbian phone, your name should be on this list, the
list
says something about who we are and what we stand for as blind folks, it
says that we will not lay down and be ignored whilst our tools to
freedom
and mobility are stolen from us. It says we have a voice and we are
prepared
to use it when necessary.

This protest is about more than just Wayfinder Access, it is a
symbol, now
please, I urge you all, we need this link spreading, we need it sharing,
Face Book pages, Twitter, those of you who produce pod casts, mailing
lists
etc, etc, if you believe in your freedom to mobility and your rights to
accessible products then make your mark.

More than this, those you know need to say that they too are in
support of
our cause, so get your address book and forward this link,
personalize it
with a few lines of message, get the word out there.

The protest site has a league table on it at the bottom of the public
signatures page, it's dynamic and countries move about on the list.
To date
we've only had a tiny portion of blind people around the world sign up.
Spread the word folks.

www.talknav.com/protest

This issue rests squarely in your hands, make a difference today...

Regards.

Neil Barnfather.

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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [access] WFA User Protest

2010-03-01 Thread shaun everiss
hmph.
thought symbian was opensource.
oh well what  exactly will we all use after all that goes away.
not that I care much there will probably be for the forseeable future old 
phones mine still works.
I suppose we will have to use all the broken windows and simlinux systems then.
android looks promising though the google nexus was a joke really was.
Its a pitty we can't just have a version of win7 or xp on a mobile.
Its a shame that the only phone that is mac is an iphone.
Would like to have hmm a mac powerphone imagine what cool things I would be 
able to do with that.
At 10:54 a.m. 2/03/2010, you wrote:
Given what's out there right now, it can't be done. Platforms are very, very 
different, and a lot of what products like Orca or NVDA need to operate aren't 
present on handsets. Android is based on Linux, by the way. A screen reader is 
in the works, and while it's not very useful now, it may be great given 
another year or two of development. Nokia is abandoning Simbian as we all know 
it in loo of a Linux/Simbian hybrid which is just as broken as Windows Phone 7 
will be

Steve


On 3/1/2010 4:51 PM, shaun everiss wrote:
hmph.
well I myself think simbian rocks.
win mobile, well from what I hear it crashes like no one's business.
On that note wander why  no one has designed something around a linux distro, 
ubuntu, maybe nvda and something else.
could probably work to.
and you could run linux apps on your mobile.
At 10:35 a.m. 2/03/2010, you wrote:
   
I suspect everyone on that list has already signed. He needs to get the word 
out through additional channels without trying to guilt trip the reader into 
signing it. Frankly though, I don't think there will be much luck. A 
telecomm company that has hundreds of thousands of customers doesn't care 
about a thousand blind people, no matter how angry they get. Just look at 
what Microsoft is doing to Windows Mobile; yanking the rug out from under 
everyone with no regards to keeping products like MobileSpeak functional. 
Why petition? Microsoft obviously doesn't give a flip, and neither do these 
guys.

As much as I like MobileSpeak and especially Mobile Geo, I'll be banking on 
the Android platform in a few years when both WM and Simbian are dead.

Steve


On 3/1/2010 3:39 PM, Onj wrote:
 
you're not head of a large blindy organisation, though.  And though I agree 
with your standpoint, to a point, if I ask you, will you sign instead?  I'm 
asking as someone who, unless Loadstone really decides to do something 
useful, will have no GPS undder his platform.  You have Mobile Geo and you 
are lucky for that, however it shall be a cold day in hell I switch to 
Windows smart.  Especially with all the incredibly um, interesting? changes 
they are trying to implement at this time.
So, ignoring that message, which to be fair the guy did have a point, he 
wasn't saying it to individuals but to large organisations, please sign it. 
I can't ask more than that really.

From: Stephen Clowerst...@steve-audio.net
on Monday, March 01, 2010 7:20 PM

   
So... he wants more signatures, but the only way he feels he can get
them is to insult everybody? I won't sign now simply because of the
author's attitude, despite his good intentions.

Steve

On 3/1/2010 2:12 PM, Onj wrote:
 
I haven't seen a message on this list for months.  Why not let the
content of this message speak for itself?

From: Neil Barnfather - TalkNavta...@talknav.com
on Monday, March 01, 2010 6:02 PM

   
A quick note to all of you who have, and those who as of yet have not
signed
the WFA user protest site.

Before I start my message the link right here and now is
www.talknav.com/protest

Firstly, a note to all of you who have signed, thank you, but I have
to at
this stage say that it is way too few who have made this effort. We are
nearing 700, yet for Vodafone to take this seriously we need thousands.

To date we've not even got close to even the number of users of the
application signing, let alone additional support.

Can I especially ask those of you who either work with or for the
organizations that supposedly represent us as blind folk, yes you
lot, those
of you at the RNIB, CNIB, AFB, NFB, etc, etc, you lot really have
made me
rather upset and irritated.

To date I've posted two messages via each of your web-sites informing
you
all of our protest, has any one of you got back to me to ask for more
detail, have you mass mailed your members, have you lobbied in our
favour,
have you, no sir. Is this an outrage, is this a complete lack of
competence
when it comes to supporting those who you claim to represent? This
individual thinks so. So if you represent, or have a contact at your
local
blind organization please forward this message, we, or certainly I,
am very,
very disappointed in you all.

As for those private individuals who have not yet signed, even if you
do not
own Access or a Symbian phone, your name should be on this list, the
list
says something about who we

Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [MECHAT] Please sign the petition to stop the department for transport axing the London freedom pass!!!

2010-01-26 Thread shaun everiss
hmph
well technically in nz we get a discount on taxis and a discount on busses and 
trains however since busses were free most seem to take it as free still
Its a good idea to have your card updated though but again no one watches the 
thing.
At 10:14 a.m. 27/01/2010, you wrote:
Just got this on an e-mail list i'm on, and was shocked. I, for one, have 
signed this, and i erge you, if you're in the uk, to sign this as well. Thanks
- Original Message - From: Danielle McCullough 
danielle.mccullo...@bluebottle.com
To: mecha...@listserv.aol.com
Sent: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 1:02 PM
Subject: [MECHAT] Please sign the petition to stop the department for 
transport axing the London freedom pass!!!


Hello all,

The department for transport, in their infinite wisdom, have decided that they 
need to cut £2900 of boroughs' agreed funding, and a good way for them to 
save money, as usual, is to take away from the disabled - by threatening to 
axe the freedom pass.

Please click on the link below to sign the Petition to intervene to secure the 
Freedom Pass by protecting the previously agreed level of concessionary travel 
funding for London, for 2010-11, from the proposals currently being consulted 
on by the Department for Transport that would cut £29 million of agreed 
funding for the boroughs, following the DfT's re-opening of a 3-year funding 
deal in its third year.

http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/29m4freedompass/

You will be required to enter your name, email address and home address. After 
doing this, you will be sent an email, in which there will be a link that it 
will ask you to click on to confirm you would like your electronic signature 
to be added.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Danielle
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The Talk2 List viruses again

2009-10-16 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
now it appears I get a virus with the name install.zip.
this is not once a day, I suspect the server is infected or something.
it all comes from poor onj.



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Re: The Talk2 List viruses again

2009-10-16 Thread shaun everiss
hmmm well its sertainly going to talk2 I have got this several times a day, any 
way to block these?
if not I may just have to go away.
its not happening on other lists.
hmph.
At 06:10 p.m. 17/10/2009, you wrote:
Read your headers.  These are coming from the outside, in.  That server never 
runs anything, so it's unlikely to be effected, but it's easy enough to spoof 
email even if you're not trying.  Apparently some people are just bored enough 
to do so, and make it look like it's from me.  It's all about spf and other 
crap.

From: shaun everiss shau...@xtra.co.nz
on Friday, October 16, 2009 11:02 PM

Hi.
now it appears I get a virus with the name install.zip.
this is not once a day, I suspect the server is infected or something.
it all comes from poor onj.



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Re: The Talk2 List Tonight on The John Zone - Babies, the Chinese, Pooping Playlists, Football, and More

2009-09-22 Thread shaun everiss
if I may go on the china thing, I think the i like chinese track from monti 
pithon will be appropriate.
thanks for letting us know about the onj.
At 05:58 p.m. 22/09/2009, you wrote:
 First and foremost I must open this sort of trailer by offering my 
 congratulations to Andre and Kirsten on the birth of their son, Jacob Peter 
 Louis, born yesterday at 6:58 AM BST with a weight of 10.6 LBs.  
For those who haven't, I encourage you to offer up your well wishes when you 
can.  With a baby boy that big, his parents will need all the well wishes they 
can get, I'd imagine.
 Next, I feel the need to preface this promotion by letting everyone know that 
 The Beyond Radio Network has not fallen down on itself.  Due to the actions 
 of a few jerks from China who had nothing better to do over in the land of 
 Hu, archives and autimation have been taken down throughout the course of the 
 rest of September to prevent any additional costs on data and bandwidth and 
 such.  Therefore in honor of their sudden, but malevolent, interest in the 
 network, tonight's edition of The John Zone will pay tribute to them in the 
 most sardonic way possible.  (The availability of show archives will resume 
 on October 1.  
In the meantime, consult each show broadcaster for any desired archive, as 
most of us plan to post September broadcasts on personal or alternate servers 
for the next week or two.)
 A recent series of Twitterings from two of the station's most beloved and 
 elderly Sacramentons posed the very interesting question of what tracks could 
 comprise the ultimate music to poop by playlist.  I have my own selections 
 of course, but tonight I encourage listeners young and old, black or white, 
 regular or not so regular to tune in with suggestions of your own.
 I know that few of the usual listeners are even remotely interested in the 
 sports world.  However the Dallas Cowboys suffered a loss at the first 
 regular season game held at the new billion dollar Cowboys Stadium this past 
 Sunday evening at the hands of the New York Giants.  Never missing an 
 opportunity to open myself up to on-air ridicule, this is another chance for 
 those of you in Yankee territory to give this Texan a hard time, as the game 
 was not decided until literally the last eight seconds of the fourth quarter. 
  If not for the supply of chicken wings and roasted peanuts, I would have 
 cried.
 Finally The John Zone celebrates several notable September 22 birthdays: 
 including Emilie Autumn, 30; Mystikal, 39; Matt Sharp of Weezer, 40; Joan 
 Jett and Andrea Bocelli, 51; Toni Basil, 66; and Jeremiah Wright, 69; as well 
 as Bulgarian and Malian Independence Day.  
Your requests, comments, and fizzy drinks are as always welcome.  So tune in 
tonight to http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg.m3u beginning at 6PM EDT, 5PM 
CDT, 3PM PDT, 11PM BST, and Wednesday at midnight CEST, 8AM CST, 10AM NZST, 
and noon CKT, and let's kick off the change of seasons the way such autumnal 
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Re: The Talk2 List remix tracks

2009-08-10 Thread shaun everiss
well I was bored to be brootally honest.
I have audacity, I just pushed stuff together because I really was bored.
Yes its rough but I really have no actual tutorials for anything or have 
plugins for everything although I have most things.
I'd get soundforge but I never figured out how to use it and I never was able 
to get a good registered coppy except v8 and I hardly could even use that.
even though I was told never was able to figure it out.
I got the idea by shoving files together in the actual folders, to be honest if 
I had access to bits of songs and parts and bobs I'd actually try but I have no 
experience at all.
At 03:31 p.m. 10/08/2009, you wrote:
I'm curious: why are you remixing remixes on top of remixes? Haven't heard it 
yet, but that seems kind of counter-productive. Did you at least compensate 
for levels, I.E. not mix at unity? Peaks of 0DB+0db= at least +6db depending 
on dynamics, and in the digital world, that's a bad old time, you know.
shaun everiss wrote:
Hi.
this first track is not part of the upload because I plum forgot about this 
last night.
http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/1407689/freaky%20fwuff%20fever%20%20repulsive%20mix.ogg
mix freaky fwoof and the djtt remix together actually makes it all sound 
quite good.
Concider this a sample track, I promice the rest of the 21 tracks I have done 
will be up once dropbox decides to finnish the upload.

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The Talk2 List mashups and remixes

2009-08-09 Thread shaun everiss
Hi all.
I am bored.
and so I am combining tracks in audacity.
and making mixes.
some of which may need extra tweaking.
So far if there is an instromental, I will do it.
mostly its djtt and onj because its all remixes of things.
I am also doing ninjams and other things.
I will post the file on dropbox and send a link at the list.
Note that these are rough mixes, also, if things work out then who knows.
anyway just letting the list know.
if anyone wants me to do something special, just name a track.
Oh and everyone retains the copywrites to their tracks, I can't claim to 
anything except mashing stuff up.
or rather combining them.
Some of the tracks may need chopping, lowering, etc.
some don't combine or anything at all.
usually I would be listening to tbrn shows but since the system releases 403 
errors at me to get the latest files I am bored.
I will send people things when finnished.



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The Talk2 List ok guys remix time

2009-08-09 Thread shaun everiss
Hi all.
ok guys.
after doodling round the folders I think I have doubled most of the tracks that 
I think should sound ok doubled up.
I did imports on audacity.
anyway this 156mb file will be hitting dropbox tomorrow, I'll leave it up there 
for as long as people want although I probably will have to have someone host 
it if I ever need to put a big file up there.
here are the tracks.
2pac and bruce hornsby - changes (the way it is) double up mix.ogg
This has the instrumental as well as actual music, sounds ok.
though saying that people need to be the judge with this.
also there were mixes I'd like to do but for pitch changes I couldn't, also 
some just didn't sound good.
Please note, that these are raw remixes.
some need to be trimmed, some need to be lowered some.

15 17 fun remix.ogg
This is part of the ninjam, if someone wants to trim the last 2 mins at the end 
or something they can.
a new dimention old vs new.ogg
not sure if this really matters or not.
I was going to do that to one fine doob, put steve's version with the normal, 
but I lost that file in a hard disk crash.
oh well.
another rainey rooftile.ogg
hmmm instrumentals and djtt tracks shoved together.
seems to work.
bec in a bin alternit bass mix.ogg
loads of base on this one saying that once its been done with it probably is 
not going to be that much of a good thing.
bec in a disco.ogg
again more versions of the same track, sounded ok.
bec waterflow mix.ogg
this seems to have a watery effect when mixed, note I don't put effects, I mix 
the music and it makes its own fx I have no control 
cher believe unbidden love funk.ogg
This has a semi funk effect on it, again it came that way.
Common things on 2 solos.ogg
this actually worked well, really sounds goodl.
conference underwater mix.ogg
This does actually sound like underwater.
random fx again.
Disfunctional part 4, the double cheeseburger.ogg
this has parts1 and 3 in it, sounds like a keyboard with a big amp in it.
Reminds me of the board I used in melbourne when living there.
that thing could pump bass.
east enders chill mix.ogg
this has the origional track mix as done by onj.
the instrumental done by said person and the djtt mix.
origionally it was like just the first 2 tracks.
Eminem - I just don't give a fuck (onj vs dj tt  megabass.ogg
this was the only track of this guy that actually did mix properly and sound 
good.
the second one was a bit louder but not much changed.
freaky takeoff.ogg
this is all those files in one big chunk.
Unfortunately it may not be nothing or it may be everything, sounds like a 
takeoff now.
Inconsequencial - big band.ogg
sounds ok, though you could argue it clashes a bit.
maybe if its edited some then it will work.
my main reason was because the ninjam version has not had drums.
Leaving full loadout.ogg
this may need actual volume adjustment but it came out just as the title said.
loquacious woodblock mix.ogg
again I have no actual control of fx.
this sounded like woodblocks or rather the drums did.
Mariah Carey - Loving you long time (TT vs Onj megablast.ogg
this has both instrumental and vocal tracks in it, its basey and sounds ok.
missing  you full version.ogg
this is everything bar the vocal bits.
as they didn't start at the same time as the others
softly does it megabass.ogg
well its everything again a bit clippy but I think it will work.
Unconventional - 3 guitars.ogg
this is the actual track and the standard and ederol guitar parts.
I think thats everything.
21 tracks that I could see.
I promice it will be up tomorrow.
if anyone thinks what else I should be mixing tell me.







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The Talk2 List heavy stuff fm

2009-07-18 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
ok listen.tbrn.net is up again.
got heavystuff fm however its not playable in winamp, its like something is 
wrong with the file is the size supposed to be 148mb?
I will try to convert the file to wave then recompile the file as ogg again but 
it will not play currently.



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The Talk2 List heavy stuff fm

2009-07-18 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
ok I just redownloaded the file using the direct download from listen.tbrn.net, 
and it played fine.



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The Talk2 List jesusphone

2009-07-18 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
Can someone please send me the jesusphone waltz thing, I have done msn to onj 
several times and an email but I either have not caught him or he is really 
snowed under.
I am trying to doodle with an idea with it, that is mixing it with the 
origional waltz.



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The Talk2 List arfy archives

2009-07-18 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
just been doing msn with arfy his archive directory is still blank  like there 
is nothing in it, can someone please fix it. thanks loads in advance.



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The Talk2 List heavy stuff fm

2009-07-12 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
just got the file is the size supposed to be 59mb?



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The Talk2 List archives offline

2009-07-12 Thread shaun everiss
Hi all.
listen.tbrn.net is offline.



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Re: The Talk2 List TBRN Presents heavy stuff FM

2009-07-11 Thread shaun everiss
hmmm I see the archive, but its showing me a 403 error when ever I try to get 
it.
At 03:45 p.m. 12/07/2009, you wrote:
Yes, and ts uploaded.
Enjoy.
- Original Message - From: shaun everiss shau...@xtra.co.nz
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Saturday, July 11, 2009 11:18 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List TBRN Presents heavy stuff FM


hmmph is this thing archived?
I have now missed this event.
At 05:59 a.m. 12/07/2009, you wrote:
In my slot, I will welcome you to heavy stuff FM, the result of Brandon H, 
Patrick, and myself, being in my studio.  So listen for ACB things, random 
stuff, and more.
http://www.tbrn.netwww.tbrn.net




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The Talk2 List blart radio archives

2009-05-19 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
ok guys now it appears I don't get the error I got earlier like yesterday but 
every file returns a internal server 500 error.
the folder appears fine though.
please fix?



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The Talk2 List tbrn blart radio archives

2009-05-19 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
ok guys the archive links are a bit screwey.
Its only because listen.tbrn.net is not hidden that I was able to fix it.
http://listen.tbrn.net/BlartRadio/blart.090516.ogg
is the direct link, not www.tbrn.net/archives/BlartRadio although this should 
itself work.
however the point is that this is the solution to the issue I was having.
so now steve won't have to doodle round to find what the heck is wrong with it.



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Re: The Talk2 List Are you as boring as Greensboro?

2009-05-01 Thread shaun everiss
oh yeah I forgot that one.
At 11:52 a.m. 2/05/2009, you wrote:
Actually, he did already, during the broadcastathon last summer
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To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, May 01, 2009 5:53 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Are you as boring as Greensboro?


hmmm patrick would be cool if you actually did a show from outside or even 
did a show with various backgrounds.
ie war zone construction site, rock concert, and other such things, space 
ship?
You have the sfx and you know you want to or not.
At 02:00 a.m. 2/05/2009, you wrote:
 From now until it rains, or I get bored with it, or lots of people tell me 
to stop, I'm streaming from outside the house using a pair of mics to show 
you all how boring it is around here. Find out for yourself if you are as 
boring as the city of Greensboro by tuning into 
http://listen.tbrn.net:/outside.ogg.m3u

or not.

Hey, I haven't done this in two years, and not much has  changed since 
then... Not really, anyway.

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Re: The Talk2 List Marrage day

2009-04-20 Thread shaun everiss
I listened to the archive to.
I still have like 3 eps of blart, and several other recordings patrick kindly 
released.
At 07:37 a.m. 21/04/2009, you wrote:
Listening to the wedding live would have proved difficult or very expensive 
where i was, seeing as i was in spain, but i did listen to the archive when i 
got home yesturday. Nice to see that it went well. Congratulations man.
- Original Message - From: Vanja Sudar va...@sudar.co.uk
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Monday, April 20, 2009 6:21 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Marrage day


Congratulations man! Unfortunately i didn't listen to it live as I was out, 
but I listened to the archive yesterday morning. I'm very happy for you, so 
once again congrats to both of you!
Vanja
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To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Saturday, April 18, 2009 1:21 PM
Subject: The Talk2 List Marrage day


Well, today's the day then.  My marrage.  Yep, tied down, but it's a good 
thing.
In any case, with luck if all goes to plan and things don't break, you fine 
people will be able to tune into the wedding as it happens live from the 
comfort of your own homes by pointing your winamp to
http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg.m3u
at 11 AM EST, 4 PM UK and the rest you can work out I'm sure.
The stream is most likely going to be spotty in places, using 3G to stream 
will do that, but an uninterupted archive will be made available at a later 
time.
In any case, I suppose I should continue to get ready.  Thank you to all 
those that want to listen and can make it.  Wish me luck.



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Re: The Talk2 List Marrage day

2009-04-18 Thread shaun everiss
h I may make some of it can't damn sleep.
Grr.
At 12:21 a.m. 19/04/2009, you wrote:
Well, today's the day then.  My marrage.  Yep, tied down, but it's a good 
thing.
In any case, with luck if all goes to plan and things don't break, you fine 
people will be able to tune into the wedding as it happens live from the 
comfort of your own homes by pointing your winamp to
http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg.m3u
at 11 AM EST, 4 PM UK and the rest you can work out I'm sure.
The stream is most likely going to be spotty in places, using 3G to stream 
will do that, but an uninterupted archive will be made available at a later 
time.
In any case, I suppose I should continue to get ready.  Thank you to all those 
that want to listen and can make it.  Wish me luck.



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Re: The Talk2 List Marrage day

2009-04-18 Thread shaun everiss
thanks.
something for me to do.
wrote:
Hi all,
Just letting everyone know who may not have seen the twitter, the
wedding is now available uninterupted.

http://tbrn.andrelouis.com/wedding.ogg

Have fun, and there will be my perspective, videos and other fun
things coming as soon as possible. Stay tuned for those.

On 4/18/09, Mary Ann mary...@tbrn.net wrote:
 Congratulations Andre! I am so sad that I missed the live stream of the
 wedding. This is one archive that I will not miss. As soon as it's uploaded,
 I am going to listen and share, even though after the fact, with you in your
 joyous occasion.


 I am so happy for both of you.

 Mary Ann

 - Original Message -
 From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net
 To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
 Sent: Saturday, April 18, 2009 2:01 PM
 Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Marrage day


 Well, folks, it's over. The illustrious Mr. Andre P. Louis done went and
 got hitched. For those who tuned in to the live broadcast, sorry about the

 breakage. Network connectivity wasn't ideal. Fortunately, I have an
 unbroken archive which is being uploaded as we speak, from, of all places,

 the wedding reception itself. Go figure!

 Stay tuned for a rebroadcast at 5:00 PM EDT (normal time of the Louis Bin)

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The Talk2 List maxtore drives

2009-04-16 Thread shaun everiss
Hi all.
I have just found a maxtore drie going cheap at harvy norman.
about 170 bucks for 500gb.
I know there are bad things with these drives but I don't know what.
are they prone to falier I was origionally going to go with  a westerndigital 
or a sigate, both because I have had a wd arc whos case has died and another 
because my friend has a sigate which is real quiet almost non existant.
I need something that will store data, its going to be a secondary backup, ie 
the drive will get data put on it and then after every 6 months or  so I will 
power it on to transfer stuff over.
I hope to replace the case on my primary western digital and run it into the 
ground.
I will be a heavy user of either drive though.  so they need to last a long 
time.
OI don't mind if the case power supply or case controler goe but I want 
something that will not easily break with switches, etc and will stand a 
reasonable ammount of abuse and ware.
Ok so I am not going to drop it and I will try not to take it away with me to 
much  if at all, howeverI don't want it to die for no reason just like if I 
pick it  off the desk and say forget to switch it off or something screwy like 
that not that will happen however.
I know the western digital drives will power down when not in use, so something 
that will do that or is so quiet that I won't notice it running.



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Re: The Talk2 List maxtore drives

2009-04-16 Thread shaun everiss
aah ok.
I have a western digital drive which I need to replace the case for  however 
sounds good.
At 09:49 p.m. 16/04/2009, you wrote:
Hi Shawn:

No, there is nothing wrong with Maxtor, they are great drives. I would trust 
any of my high priority data with them. You'll be safe to go buy one and put 
all your most important stuff on it.

Once you get your data on your new maxtor drive, don't bother backing it up 
anywhere else, because it will never die or develop bad sectors.

shaun everiss wrote:
Hi all.
I have just found a maxtore drie going cheap at harvy norman.
about 170 bucks for 500gb.
I know there are bad things with these drives but I don't know what.
are they prone to falier I was origionally going to go with  a westerndigital 
or a sigate, both because I have had a wd arc whos case has died and another 
because my friend has a sigate which is real quiet almost non existant.
I need something that will store data, its going to be a secondary backup, ie 
the drive will get data put on it and then after every 6 months or  so I will 
power it on to transfer stuff over.
I hope to replace the case on my primary western digital and run it into the 
ground.
I will be a heavy user of either drive though.  so they need to last a long 
time.
OI don't mind if the case power supply or case controler goe but I want 
something that will not easily break with switches, etc and will stand a 
reasonable ammount of abuse and ware.
Ok so I am not going to drop it and I will try not to take it away with me to 
much  if at all, howeverI don't want it to die for no reason just like if I 
pick it  off the desk and say forget to switch it off or something screwy 
like that not that will happen however.
I know the western digital drives will power down when not in use, so 
something that will do that or is so quiet that I won't notice it running.

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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [dolphinusers] tbrn

2009-04-13 Thread shaun everiss
naa.
I was talking to john on msn about why you guys couldn't or rather couldn't 
afford to host archives etc etc.
Not promising things but I am trying to help.
At 09:00 p.m. 13/04/2009, you wrote:
Did anybody say we didn't have the space to store archives?  How embarrassing!
God, now we all look like low-down losers or something.  Fucktard!


From: shaun everiss shau...@xtra.co.nz
on Monday, April 13, 2009 7:22 AM

To: all lists/ others.
From: shaun everiss shau...@xtra.co.nz
Subject: tbrn

Hi.

I am emailing on behalf of a station I listen to called tbrn.net.
They are in the process of moving their stuff.
Issue is they have no place to store their archives of shows.
We are probably talking 500gb 1tb pluss and its going to be ever expanding.
This is a free radio station so they don't have the cash  to host stuff.
They can't host stuff on their own connections of the various staff, because
of data caps.
They don't have storage for the archives.
To tell you the truth I don't know what the ammount currently is but it
grows every week each file in ogg betwene 80 and 200mb each and longer
depending on things.
Ofcause they can't afford any  space at the ammount they are dealing with.
Its got to the point where there are no archives currently up except b7y
direct link which means either I have to get the stuff from journals, etc
which are not always updated or ask. At any rate they would like any
suggestions.
This message will probably be forewarded to several lists but since I have
had conversations with you I'd give you a crack at it first.
Ofcause depending on when you get this everyone else will have a copy of
this as I will be doing a message after this to lists.
They can't afford much if anything they are mostly studants all blind I
think some have jobs but not sure.
Any help will be appreciated
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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [dolphinusers] tbrn

2009-04-13 Thread shaun everiss
hmmm.
I got all my info from john as I was wandering what the complicated 
explaination about the issue with the archives not working with bluehost as not 
much came out.
Now even I am confused here is john telling me you guys don't have the storage 
here you do.
Then onj says that the pages for the archives will not come up and I took that 
to be never, and the site says will be back up soon.
I am confused what it is supposed to be.
And I am not scared of complicated explainations.
I should also note that there are blogs that are not updated etc so right now 
to get archives you need to know the djs msn/email and one blog and hope its 
updated.
Would be nice if I could at least find the archives I want in case stuff is not 
updated on sites, etc.
At 09:50 p.m. 13/04/2009, you wrote:
Yeah, no more hacking off and throwing half-baked information without facts, 
thanks.
We're well covered, in some ways better than we've ever been, and more 
redundantly too. When the site comes back online (and yes, there are several 
valid reasons as to why it currently doesn't exist, which I won't discuss 
here), this will be abundantly clear.
Sure, the site is still broken, but guess what? TBRN is free for everyone... 
except those who actually put the money and effort down to make the project 
work, myself being one of those contributers.
It is not a job requiring first priority, it's a fun thing to do for us, and 
hopefully all who participate.

I really enjoy it when folks completely masticate facts, run them through a 
waste disposal unit, then regurgitate them as proper info, after gluing the 
pieces together with feces.

 Onj wrote:
Did anybody say we didn't have the space to store archives?  How embarrassing!
God, now we all look like low-down losers or something.  Fucktard!

From: shaun everiss shau...@xtra.co.nz
on Monday, April 13, 2009 7:22 AM

To: all lists/ others.
From: shaun everiss shau...@xtra.co.nz
Subject: tbrn

Hi.

I am emailing on behalf of a station I listen to called tbrn.net.
They are in the process of moving their stuff.
Issue is they have no place to store their archives of shows.
We are probably talking 500gb 1tb pluss and its going to be ever expanding.
This is a free radio station so they don't have the cash  to host stuff.
They can't host stuff on their own connections of the various staff, because
of data caps.
They don't have storage for the archives.
To tell you the truth I don't know what the ammount currently is but it
grows every week each file in ogg betwene 80 and 200mb each and longer
depending on things.
Ofcause they can't afford any  space at the ammount they are dealing with.
Its got to the point where there are no archives currently up except b7y
direct link which means either I have to get the stuff from journals, etc
which are not always updated or ask. At any rate they would like any
suggestions.
This message will probably be forewarded to several lists but since I have
had conversations with you I'd give you a crack at it first.
Ofcause depending on when you get this everyone else will have a copy of
this as I will be doing a message after this to lists.
They can't afford much if anything they are mostly studants all blind I
think some have jobs but not sure.
Any help will be appreciated
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The Talk2 List tests

2009-04-12 Thread shaun everiss
Hi just checking as I have not got messages from here in a bit



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Re: The Talk2 List back

2009-04-01 Thread shaun everiss
h well unless I can find something other than isp mail which is free easy 
to register and doesn't include varification like google and yahoo I suspect I 
will not be moving.
in fact isp mail is ok just the spam filter used to be that it got to little 
now its to much.
and its only list mail for me everyone is fine.
Some say I should buy a domain and get a vps and then run that.
however I don't see the point, as long as I can get my mail.
out of 126 messages overnight about 5 were spam.
its 5 to many but my isp filters block  around  40 lagit messages per 5 spams.
I suppose that is standard.
I have not used gmail for ages so I suspect my gmail account has expired.
and not sure if it would work anyway.
At 03:08 a.m. 2/04/2009, you wrote:
I would not use the spam filters on your ISP.
I wouldn't even use ISP email at all.
I wouldn't reformat so  many times like you do and use norton ghosts, I 
wouldn't be from on a small island where they outlaw beastiality, because I 
bet you have some old 80 men that like to have sex with small mice but can't 
do that over there.


On 3/31/2009 9:44 PM, shaun everiss wrote:
Hi all.
I am back online stupid spam filters on isp.



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Re: The Talk2 List back

2009-04-01 Thread shaun everiss
yeah venison.
issue I have to set it for each message.
I have just got 7 spams today, out of 200 messages.
I ccalculated that about 100 of my messages were coming to me but 40-50-90 
messages say in 200-300 were never reaching their destinations.
in short I can't be bothered trying to buggerise around with the system.
Used to be bad when I got loads on loads of spam but the blacklist spamhouse 
filters seem to keep it under control.
as long as I don't get more than 12 per day and not all at the same time, I 
don't mind, its just when 20 or more at each check are spam that I may have to 
choose to turn the filter on.
One good thing now is I can chat on agrip again, and now I won't miss a show 
announcement for tbrn which I was on a regular basis.
At 04:38 p.m. 2/04/2009, you wrote:
Hey, he just has to set those filters CORRECTLY, and they work. And as far as 
you and beastiality, oh wait, never mind. *places goats and sheep in a secure 
pen with armed guards*



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Subject: Re: The Talk2 List back
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 10:08 AM

I would not use the spam filters on your ISP.
I wouldn't even use ISP email at all.
I wouldn't reformat so  many times like you do and use norton ghosts, I 
wouldn't be from on a small island where they outlaw beastiality, 
because I bet you have some old 80 men that like to have sex with small 
mice but can't do that over there.


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The Talk2 List back

2009-03-31 Thread shaun everiss
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The Talk2 List winamp5.5

2007-10-11 Thread shaun everiss

Hi all.
Winamp 5.5 is out.
New installers and such.
Optional toolbars as well as other things.
a bad thing is that when you play mod files and xm files well at 
least on my system the system will crash when you exit.

I resolved this by using the bass module plugin emulator.
But winamp has upgraded its engines and crashes if I try to use that plugin.
So I can't use it, wa!
Luckily though all the other plugins work fine.
and there is all these new things.
Unless you care to there are optional things like winamp toolbar and 
winamp remote.

I'm of 2 minds to install these extra things.
I don't care for the toolbar, and I don't know what remote is.ANd its 
all 6 extra mb to get, later.




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Re: The Talk2 List Happy birthday to us!

2007-06-04 Thread shaun everiss
well if we keep the tbrn tradition up, the world will end on a thursday that 
started to lose on a wednesday ending on friday 13 the week before which would 
have been rather blaa.
After which the world ends except most don't notice or care that it has because 
those that were smart wouold have slept through it.
At 01:22 a.m. 5/06/2007, you wrote:

Well, if your friend goes with the end of the world, he will do so on a nice 
round number.
Fun times.
- Original Message - From: Thomas (TJ) Olsen [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2007 8:19 AM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Happy birthday to us!


2012 is an interesting date,  as loads of  races decided that was when the 
worlds ending, i think the agreed on date, was like Dec. 30 or my friends 
30thbirthday

tj
- Original Message - From: derek Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2007 7:22 AM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Happy birthday to us!


Why would Jesus come back, the world go poof, or whatever,  on 060606?
I mean, the bible says jesus kind of wants to show up and take people away 
and all that, but do you really think he has that kind of twisted humor, 
despite God creating those who do?

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Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2007 4:09 AM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Happy birthday to us!


Well, for me, my birthday is on a sunday next year, and it was on a 
thursday last year and well yeah, i had exams on my bloody birthday. Yeah, 
thursdays suck! And who actually believes that boolshit about 2012, i 
personally don't. Aparently the very same thing that is suposed to happen 
on 2012 was suposed to happen on the 6 of june 2006, but it never did did 
it.
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
On 5/31/2007, 7:03:18 PM EDT, Vanja wrote:

You can't stop me! Well maybe you   can, but if you do very strange
and bad things will happen in the world.

Yes, maybe so, as both you and Derek's birthdays are on Thursdays
this year. In fact, two little Thursdays in a row, in this case.

Mine is on a Thursday next year, thanks to 2008 being a leap year.
Andre
is lucky, and doesn't have to have a Thursday birthday until 2013.
Hmm, 30 on a Thursday? That might be a bad day for the bin, indeed!
Well... assuming we're still around after 2012, of course.

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Re: The Talk2 List blog to check out

2007-05-26 Thread shaun everiss
I only got a few things, reason is that a load of this is just soundtracks.
At 10:50 a.m. 27/05/2007, you wrote:

I'm using free download managers spider feature to get the whole lot of it.
Then, when I need something to listen too, I will have a look.
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Subject: Re: The Talk2 List blog to check out

I've taken this one step further. Here's the actual link to the index page 
featuring all the downloads from the blog. Derek, here's a shit load of stuff 
to remaster. Have fun. 
http://forbiddencryptsmusic.com/http://forbiddencryptsmusic.com/



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Re: The Talk2 List blog to check out

2007-05-26 Thread shaun everiss
actually most of this stuff is quite good in its present form.
There is stuff I don't even know about.
and some of it realy rocks.
At 10:30 a.m. 27/05/2007, you wrote:

I've taken this one step further. Here's the actual link to the index page 
featuring all the downloads from the blog. Derek, here's a shit load of stuff 
to remaster. Have fun. 
http://forbiddencryptsmusic.com/http://forbiddencryptsmusic.com/


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Re: The Talk2 List The new No to All button

2007-05-22 Thread shaun everiss

thanks much.
This is something even I have not descovered.
ANother undocumented shortcut.
At 11:57 PM 5/22/2007, you wrote:
I just thought I'd post this in case some of you aren't on my LJ 
friends or don't read it, etc.


Have you ever seen the familiar windows dialogue with the following options?
Yes
Yes to All
No

Have you ever wanted a No to All button?  It's possible, and I 
finally figured out how to do it yesterday.  Just press Shift 
N.  Sighted peoplle can apparently hold down shift while clicking 
the No button, but I don't know if that's still working.
Anyway, it does work, it's very useful sometimes, and I thought some 
people might find it useful.


Now I go to write about Spanish books in English.

Maria


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Re: The Talk2 List Avril's latest: Only the best damn thing if you're 14

2007-04-20 Thread shaun everiss
I am not a fan really.
The only avril things I like are those done by weird al yankavic.
At 08:08 p.m. 20/04/2007, you wrote:
my sister is addicted to that stupid shit pile! it needs to die!
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Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Avril's latest: Only the best damn thing if you're 
14


Hmm.  With Avril, it seems to be like...One step forward, ten steps back.

THis sounds like an immature pile of shit.  I was a little worried when I 
heard that stupid girlfriend song, and now...It looks like Avril's jumped 
the shark, folks...And I'm going to have to live with this album because a 
few of my friends like her music...Oh god.
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Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2007 12:17 PM
Subject: The Talk2 List Avril's latest: Only the best damn thing if you're 14


This from Toronto's largest newspaper; I thought we were supposed to have 
love for our fellow Canadians?  Huh.  Guess not.  Honestly...The globe isn't 
usually this bitchy.

Avril's latest: Only the best damn thing if you're 14
The Globe and Mail
The Best Damn Thing is not the worst damn thing, but it is a calculated 
thing -- a shallow, callow, unrefreshing thing. Avril Lavigne, the sassy-imp 
pop
creation from Napanee, Ont., is a 22-year-old married woman posing as a 
child and performing to an audience that counts training bras and braces for 
their
teeth as their year's eventful acquisitions. Add the new album from Lavigne 
to the list, and now the pink, sparkly cellphones really begin to squeal.

The material is mostly fun and frivolous, a fact the singer readily admits. 
My last record had songs that were, like, so literal, she told USA Today,
referring to 2004's Under My Skin. This record isn't a serious diary. It's 
not even really about anything I'm going through right now.

What she's going through these days is married life with Sum 41's Deryck 
Whibley, her new husband, with whom she shares a newly purchased 
$9.5-million L.A.
mansion. Are there tunes about her man? I have a couple of, whatever -- 
love songs, or whatever you want to call them, Lavigne said. Yes, Avril, the
resolute Keep Holding On is what we call a love song.

You wouldn't know that the Complicated singer is involved in a mature 
relationship, not with songs (written with the help of professional 
tunesmiths) that
have her bashing boys, being bratty and looking for catfights down at the 
mall. On the drummy, driving first single,
Girlfriend (with the cheerleading Hey Mickey
beat), Lavigne is full of herself. She's like so whatever, sings Lavigne, 
in bitch mode. You could do so much better.

Like Girlfriend, the following I Can Do Better comes swift with tom-toms and 
expletives deleted, with our helium-voiced heroine giggling and growling to
an old Billy Idol riff. The acoustic strummed intro of the pop-rocking 
Runaway sounds familiar as well; here, Lavigne is having a bad day. The 
title track
is a swirl of fun, with a highly confident star (oddly employing a faux Brit 
accent) cheered on by that pom-pom squad again: Give us an A, give us a
V.

Give us a break, which is what we have with the strings and sobs of When 
You're Gone
and the piano-serious Innocence, with its Sarah McLachlan-like vocal 
nuances. But we're back to merriment on the hip hop and punk lite of I Don't 
Have to
Try, with its fast churn and choir of backup-singing chipmunks. Lavigne is 
fun and assertive, telling her boy that she's the one who knows the dance and
she's the one who wears the pants. Don't you disagree, 'cause you know it's 
all about me.

Is it all about Avril? Of course it is -- she's the scene, she's the drama 
queen. Is she having fun with her bratty, spit-at-the-photographer 
reputation?
You would suppose so. Is this album of any interest to any listener over 14? 
Probably not. Does that even matter? No, it doesn't mean a damn thing.



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Re: The Talk2 List OT: survey

2007-04-17 Thread shaun everiss
I didn't complete the test either.
I was able to understand the buttons but some samples plum refused to download.
At 04:06 a.m. 18/04/2007, you wrote:
Hmmm, if you're going after blind folks, survey monkey, with those ajaxy 
non-radio button like things wasn't a smart option.  Also, for me at least, 
the samples were much too slow and the questions weren't meaningful.  I keep 
my jfw anywhere between 70 and 100 percent (depending on what I'm doing), and 
assign emotions to the speakers myself based on context, just like when a 
sighted person reads text.  
That was sort of like holding up cards with printing (in a too large font) on 
them and asking for the emotional context of the printing.  I suspect the data 
you get is going to be randomized by people's current feelings towards 
doctors, post offices, and dinner.  It might have helped slightly if you had 
used another language for the text, at least in that regard.
Tasha Raella Chemel wrote:
Hi all,
Sorry for the off topic post.
 
As part of my  linguistics class at Brown, I am conducting a survey on  the 
emotional qualities people perceive  when listening to  a speech synthesiser. 
My online survey should take you no more than 20 minutes to complete and I 
would really appreciate your help. The links to the survey are below. Please 
choose either the July to December or the January to June link based on your 
birth month. If you have any questions about the survey, please feel free to 
email me at  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED].  Also, please feel free to pass 
this on to any one you think would be intrested (blind or sighted).
 
Tasha
Jan-June:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=454843671754
July-Dec:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=103063672407
 



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The Talk2 List teamtalk

2007-04-07 Thread shaun everiss
Hi all, looky what I found on teamtalk, on the website it says that 3.2 is out, 
looky here.
http://bearware.dk/teamtalk/v3.3/TeamTalk_v3.3_Setup.zip
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Re: The Talk2 List teamtalk

2007-04-07 Thread shaun everiss
well this 3.3 build is around and its not a beta.
However it is not on the main site.
but you still can get it though.
At 12:25 a.m. 8/04/2007, you wrote:
I would think so, seeing as how the various builds of 3.3 are beta's and 3.2 
has been out for a while.

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Subject: The Talk2 List teamtalk


Hi all, looky what I found on teamtalk, on the website it says that 3.2 is 
out, looky here.
http://bearware.dk/teamtalk/v3.3/TeamTalk_v3.3_Setup.zip
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Re: The Talk2 List tbrn web page has issues

2007-04-04 Thread shaun everiss
I can't get the info to get said someone though.
At 05:09 p.m. 4/04/2007, you wrote:
i'd like to congratulate you--you've let roughly 50 someones know--only 1 of 
those someones if that many can actually do anything about this.

hope this helps

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Subject: The Talk2 List tbrn web page has issues


Hi.
All.
I want to do a show so onj tells me to check schedual.
Check schedual, good mondays are free, tuesday my time, and yip its also free.
My show will be a computer  related thing, with some metal music, electronic 
and some other things, tech news, my own experiments, and my boredom, with 
any suggestions.
Ok.
click contact us.

Error!!! you are not authorised to access this page, access denyed.
Um, hmm the website has issues and I want the guy that manages the show 
content so I can put my idea for checking.
I have some casts I did for another cast site I could use if necessary 
including that site where I write things on, http://technology.menvi.org is 
the site by the way, you will find some revews on there, my writings pepper 
the page and the casts that th
e owner does do have some of my reviews, most notably for ie7.
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The Talk2 List tbrn web page has issues

2007-04-03 Thread shaun everiss
Hi.
All.
I want to do a show so onj tells me to check schedual.
Check schedual, good mondays are free, tuesday my time, and yip its also free.
My show will be a computer  related thing, with some metal music, electronic 
and some other things, tech news, my own experiments, and my boredom, with any 
suggestions.
Ok.
click contact us.

Error!!! you are not authorised to access this page, access denyed.
Um, hmm the website has issues and I want the guy that manages the show content 
so I can put my idea for checking.
I have some casts I did for another cast site I could use if necessary 
including that site where I write things on, http://technology.menvi.org is the 
site by the way, you will find some revews on there, my writings pepper the 
page and the casts that the owner does do have some of my reviews, most notably 
for ie7.
Anyway just thought I'd let someone know.



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Re: The Talk2 List Fwd: RE: 208 key keyboard

2006-11-30 Thread shaun everiss
as far as I know, the apple box is one thing, the screen has the processer, 
main board, hard disk, video cards all in one thing, cd and floppy disk drives.
There is a box where all the power things go, and the moniter and mouse and 
keyboard.
and width wise its all small.
And  one of these muthers are damn quiet, quieter than any pc I have heard so 
far.
At 09:12 PM 11/30/2006, Maria L wrote:
Hard drives inside monitors scares me.  I'm curious why you like the idea. For 
me, having the freedom not to plug in my monitor makes me happy, plus it would 
mean you couldn't just buy any old monitor for your comp anymore.

Maria

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Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Fwd: RE: 208 key keyboard


I like the windows keyboard.
Its one thing ms have done right.
The windows key and the app key beside it are actually good, ms hardware as 
supposed to their software is mostly good.
I wouldn't mind the power to turn on and off my system from the board though, 
have hard drives inside moniters, and other apple things.
On the subject of moniters and such, what does the usb port in some flat 
panel moniters used for?
I tried plugging in a usb drive and nothing happpened, the only reason I can 
think of is connecting an another lcd.
At 02:53 PM 11/27/2006, Samuel Glonka wrote:
Anyway, what about the windows key?  Do we really want to standardize on
the microsoft keyboard?  Why not the apple one with no start button?  Or
wouldn't a typewriter keyboard be even more standard?  No alt key, either.
Patrick Perdue wrote:
On 11/26/2006, 8:57:59 AM EDT, Derek wrote:


Oh dear, it seems that Patrick of two and a halfyears ago doesn't know
how to count. The standard number of keys is and has always been one
hundred four

Nah, that particular keyboard has no applications key.
That's why it  was 103, not 104.


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Re: The Talk2 List Fwd: RE: 208 key keyboard

2006-11-29 Thread shaun everiss
I like the windows keyboard.
Its one thing ms have done right.
The windows key and the app key beside it are actually good, ms hardware as 
supposed to their software is mostly good.
I wouldn't mind the power to turn on and off my system from the board though, 
have hard drives inside moniters, and other apple things.
On the subject of moniters and such, what does the usb port in some flat panel 
moniters used for?
I tried plugging in a usb drive and nothing happpened, the only reason I can 
think of is connecting an another lcd.
At 02:53 PM 11/27/2006, Samuel Glonka wrote:
Anyway, what about the windows key?  Do we really want to standardize on
the microsoft keyboard?  Why not the apple one with no start button?  Or
wouldn't a typewriter keyboard be even more standard?  No alt key, either.
Patrick Perdue wrote:
 On 11/26/2006, 8:57:59 AM EDT, Derek wrote:

   
 Oh dear, it seems that Patrick of two and a halfyears ago doesn't know 
 how to count. The standard number of keys is and has always been one 
 hundred four
 

 Nah, that particular keyboard has no applications key.
 That's why it  was 103, not 104.


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The Talk2 List pdaudio

2006-11-24 Thread shaun everiss
Hi, when does pdaudio stream start?



Re: The Talk2 List Yamaha Motif Classic for sale

2006-10-12 Thread shaun everiss

what are you replacing it with?
At 12:51 p.m. 12/10/2006, you wrote:

Hi all:

I'm selling my YAmaha Motif classic, fully loaded, It comes with 64 mb
of ram, PLG150-vl acoustic modeling plugin board, sustain pedal and BC-3
breath controller. I don't want this thing in my house anymore, someone
please take it. Yes yes, get it the hell away from me!
$400 and it's yours.

I can't deal with this anymore.


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Re: The Talk2 List BN, PM, and moves from FS

2006-09-20 Thread shaun everiss

note takers are good if you want to do sertain things.
However codefact.com has software that will allow you to use a 
standard handheld pocket pc and pocket hal is around also.

Those note takers do have their place, but yeah I can do more on this laptop.
At 01:04 a.m. 20/09/2006, you wrote:
Yeah really, we can complain all we want, but the point is, that's 
how the real world of business and capitalism works these days. It 
might be good or not, but that's how it is. I'm sure if somehow Bill 
Gates started working for apple he'd suddenly say that the windows 
is the worst thing that ever existed, OK, I'm being  sarcastic, but 
you get the point.  As for the actual issues of BN, or PM or any of 
that crap, I don't care about them either, I really don't give a 
crap about any of them note takers. Give me a laptop any time, I can 
do  a lot more for paying a lot less.

Vanja
http://www.sudar.co.uk
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AIM: vanja121
Skype: vanja121
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On 9/19/2006, 1:44:14 AM EDT, Matthew wrote:


You've got a point there, but he was making money in his other job...


Ever considered the ever so slight possibility that he just may have gotten a
better deal?

You're boring.

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Re: The Talk2 List superficial message of the day

2006-08-25 Thread shaun everiss

except the few that escape on a stolen ship or maybe not?
At 02:05 p.m. 25/08/2006, you wrote:

On 8/24/2006, 9:28:07 PM EDT, kerry wrote:

 How is this proven and that means we only have 6 years to live Oh my god!


Yep, that's right, six years. Get drunk and party, for after 2012, there
will be nothing left... No trace of humanity... The proverbial good
boof, if you will.
The ultimate Tango Uniform. The final 73... Oh yeah!


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Re: The Talk2 List Fwd: model talker now works with jaws and window eyes!

2006-08-22 Thread shaun everiss

hmm coolness in a bag.
At 05:59 a.m. 22/08/2006, you wrote:
This is disturbing, would you all not agree? I'll have to test this 
out later this week when I get some free time.




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Subject: model talker now works with jaws and window eyes!
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Hi,

Someone from microsoft has figured out why model talker will not 
work with jaws and window eyes and other sapi5 applications! The 
reason is a dll is not registered in the c:\windows\system32\ 
folder or directory. Once you register this dll you may use model 
talker with jaws, window eyes, and any other sapi5 application 
available that sees it. Any voices you create with the InvTool 
program will instantly show up in the list of available voices once 
you are done creating the voice. There are jaws scripts for the 
Invtool program to help people use it a little better. I have them 
if anyone wants them. If someone would be willing to make 
window-eyes set files that'd be great!
Here are the directions for registering the dll. Please review each 
direction and or command carefully with your screen reader's review commands.


1. go to start menu and then to run.
2. in the run dialog box type:
cmd
and press enter. alternatively, go to your windows 95/98/2000/me/xp 
command prompt.

3. at the command prompt type:
cd\windows\system32\
4. after each command at the command prompt you must press enter 
for the command to be executed.

5. you should now hear or see c:\windows\system32\
6. now type:
regsvr32 mtttseng.dll
press enter and a dialog will come up saying that the dll is registered.
press enter on ok and you're back at the command prompt.
now type exit and you're back in regular windows.
Now go ahead and see if model talker works with your screen reader! 
Again, any voices you create will instantly show up in the list of 
model talker voices. have fun and hopefully we'll have some new 
screen reader voices to pass around on or off list to each other soon!


Josh

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The Talk2 List tbrn server

2006-08-18 Thread shaun everiss

Hi.
 guys whats  up with tbrn.net?
Its offline or rather the web and archives part is, not the streams.
I was getting some onj files and other stuff from it and it decided 
to die on me.

I can still get streams though.



The Talk2 List dumb but

2006-08-03 Thread shaun everiss

Hi all.
This may sound dumb to some of you.
I have never used settings packager.
How do I install the myspace package into jaws 6.20?


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Re: The Talk2 List Freaky fwoof fever

2006-07-17 Thread shaun everiss

nice track man.
At 05:22 AM 7/15/2006, you wrote:

Hi. Today I released a new track, actually I uploaded it late night 
yestorday, but I was too tired to tell anyone about it.

Derik sent me a demo from his foxtex multitrack recorder that he has.
I don't know who did it but it's called fostex fever. It's got 8 
tracks including 3 vocal tracks.
I time compressed fostex fever from 104 to 120 bpm. I only used 
the vocal tracks.
I mixed it with the instrumental parts from the freaky freaky fwoof 
song. The lyrics from freaky fwoof is coming from att Mike. I used 
the interactive demo page and wrote the lyrics in to it. I time 
compresssed that from 75 bpm to 60 and 120 bpm, and I mixed in a bit 
of Andre's how comes at the end.

Enjoy!
http://www.tbrn.net/djtt/freaky%20fwoof%20fever.mp3http://www.tbrn.net/djtt/freaky%20fwoof%20fever.mp3


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Re: The Talk2 List For anybody who don't know me and my music

2006-07-14 Thread shaun everiss

Happy to meet the person behind the cool music.
I have all your stuff.
Yeah it would be good to know when a new track comes up.
I check every month or so and grabb what I want.
At 02:06 AM 7/14/2006, you wrote:


Hi.
I just subscribed to this list on my new e-mail address.
For those who don't know, I'm known as Dj TT. I'm coming from 
sweden, so that's why my spelling of things might be weird sometimes.
I do alot of mixing and cool things using Cool Edit 2000, prosonics 
timefactory (and that's a program for time stretching), and you can 
find my stuff at the following address:

http://tbrn.net/djtthttp://tbrn.net/djtt
I have loads of things there, including alot of mixes of Andre's stuff.
That's just what I had to say right now, and I'm planning on posting 
here when I release a new track or a new mix.


Pease

Dj TT (a.k.a Tor)


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Re: The Talk2 List translations, year 3

2006-07-14 Thread shaun everiss

Oh man.
Weird nightmare.
really is weird.
At 02:15 AM 7/14/2006, you wrote:

Ok people, this has been talk2's most borring summer, and thus, a 
bit that I started 2 years ago, which is still funny to this day in 
such times as these!

props to google, of course.

original text.
written by Andre Louis

braille needles that go up and down and as your hands go sideways, 
the needles are so sharp they stab you time and time again, and all 
you can do about it
is wish, just wish they would stop.  The pain of the poison from the 
tips of each individual group of 8 dots is beginning to take it's 
toal on your system,

and all you want to do is just shut down.
Shut down and feel nothing more.  Ever again.  Nothing...
And the world reclaims you like it should, the way it did before you 
were even thought of, and you are powerless to stop it, and you 
still continue to try
and read the passage of the book, over and over again like a stuck 
record, because you know nothing else.  You've always known this is 
how it would end.

 Death by dots, death by you're own hand, literally.
Each time you skim the line with your fingers more of the poison 
seaps into you and you get weaker and weaker still and yet you read 
until the last.
Then, finally, you are gone.  Death or what you think is death, has 
reclaimed you, but it really isn't that at all.
This is the same dream or rather, nightmare you have been having for 
months now, and you've no idea where it came from or why it 
continues to haunt you

night after night, but it does, and what are you going to do about it?

***from german to english and back again:
Braille needles, which go off on and and are during your hands 
laterally to go, the needles thus sharp, which they erstechen you 
time indicator time again, and everything you over it to do can is 
desire, fair desire, which they would stop.  The pain of the poison 
of the points of each individual group of 8 points begin to take it 
are toal on your system, and everything, which you would like to do, 
is closed straight.  Nothing more close and believe.  At all 
again.  Nothing…  And you like the world recuperation it should, the 
way, which did it, before you were thought even on and you powerless 
are, it to stop and you still continue to try and read the passage 
of the book, over and over again like a clung recording, because you 
do not know anything otherwise.  You always knew that this is, as it 
would terminate.   Death by points, death by you are to possess hand 
literally.  Every time you slide the line with your fingers more 
that poison seaps into you and you weaker and weaker silence and 
receive nevertheless, reads you to last.  Then you are finally 
gone.  Death or which you think, death, has you is back-demanded, 
but it really at all is not.  Come of, did this is the same dream or 
rather, nightmare, which you had for months now, and you do not have 
an idea, which he or why he continues, you to frequent night after 
night, but he, and which you will do over it?


***from Italian to english and back again:
Braille needles, than is extinguished over and and is during your 
hands laterally to go, of the needles the sharp therefore, than 
erstechen you time of the time pointer still and all over it to make 
can is desire, just desire, that they would arrest.  The pain of the 
poison of the points of every specific group of 8 points begins to 
take it is toal on your system and all, that you have intentional to 
make, straight it is closed.  Nothing finer and believes.  At all 
still.  Nothing…  And appreciate the recovery that would have, the 
sense of the world, than it has made, before that there are even 
thinks to you over and powerless you are, it in order to arrest 
itself and still continued to try and to read the passage of the 
book, repeatedly still like a joined recording, because you do not 
know on the contrary null.  You have always known that this is, 
poichè would finish.   The dead women from the points, died from you 
are to possess the hand literally.  Every time that fairies to slide 
the line with yours more barrette that they poison seaps you and in 
Hush more weak person and more weak person you and receive however, 
them law to the last one.  Then at last you have gone.  Died or that 
thoughts, the dead women, have them behind-are demanded, but really 
at all it is not.  Come of, this is the same dream or rather, 
incubus, than hour you have had for the months and not to have an 
idea, than or because it continues, you to attend the night after 
the night, but he and that you will make over it?


***From english to spanish and back again:
Needles of Braille, that excessive extinguished and and is during 
your hands laterally to go, of the needles the sharp therefore, that 
still you time of the indicator of the time and throughout to do can 
is desire, right desire, that it would arrest.  The pain the poison 
of the points of each specific group of 8 points begins to take it 

The Talk2 List fx radio

2006-06-07 Thread shaun everiss

Hi all.
How do I connect to fx radio with winamp?
I enter in http://tbrn.net:/fx.aac
in the winamp url box and push enter I then get a connecting message 
and seconds later that winamp has stopped.

I have v 5.22 I can connect to all other automated streems.



Re: The Talk2 List Fw: Congratulations.

2006-06-07 Thread shaun everiss

grin
hmmm I'd like the 386 with nothing on it.
I have a nice dead 386 and I want to play old stuff.
At 06:40 PM 6/7/2006, you wrote:

On 6/7/2006, 2:01:44 AM EDT, Hayden wrote:

 Now for a limited time you can buy two items of our woman's marked down
 lingerie and get along with your cracked copy of Windwos Vista, a 
free broke

 128 ram stick!!
 Only, here at WallFart!!


Not only that, you'll also get a dead Maxtor 60 GB IDE hard drive, a
cracked flat-panel LCD monitor, and a brand-new,
never-opened IBM 80-386 dx25 system, equipped with Windows Vista!



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