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(Proxy's directory is no longer called "Proxy" it's a "service" (Just a bit more tricky))
Seeing this site grow in popularity is exciting, and after a few comments and much though (when I get the time, life's pretty crazy right now)
We've changed the dir name for our proxy service for a few new people that will be using it. I thought, if you want to use a proxy to hide your tracks, you probably don't want the url your showing to have the word "proxy" in it. So I've changed the url to http://italktomachines.com/service so that the url no longer points to the word proxy in your admin's logs.
So please make a note of this and update your bookmarks. Oh yea, and your Welcome :)
(New Roles, New Colors! (Oooh High Techy no?))
Well being my hosting is getting more popular now that I've gone back to school, I've decided to disband the streaming radio to free up enough bandwidth for possible future needs.
I'd like to provide a nice and stable service, so this site's new role is strictly a chat server.
So here's the deal, Our Hosting site is now located at helloandwelco.me and this site (italktomachines.com heretoforth abrevieated as "ITTM") is a public chat server hosting both IRC and XMPP chat services.
The links above will provide you with a guided walkthrough of the steps you will need to do to connect to the ITTM chat servers. So far both the XMPP and IRC servers are seperate networks, and chatrooms do NOT proliferate between protocols, but it's something I'm looking into.
If your a more advanced user you'll have noticed the servers url above and put that in the needed places. Both servers offer encryption (XMPP requires it) and are offered by a self signed certificate. Being public and ad free (because I HATE ad's...), I can't afford a valid cert AND school. If this bothers you, you are more then welcome to send me a donation! I accept paypal and bitcoin.
My public bitcoin address for the ITTM network (all services) is: 1Cturtxo8zszvhwW82Dkj99KYoEpRKWaQq HOWEVER!
I figured a slow and anonymous way to show your preference for the network used is to offer individual bitcoin addresses for each as well, so Please leave your "vote" donation by using one of the following addresses!
Any amount that shows as a transaction on my client will count as a vote, so Vote as often as you like! Any amount is appreciated!
On a techy subject (like bitcoin wasn't nerdy enough for you) I've also done a little more work on this site as it's becoming more popular as well to make it both, more readable, and easier to customize.(Yea Paragraphs! LOL)
Originally all of the color's and formatting were done just by using html font codes, however I've moved to a .css file and will be updating the code to include a template I can use to post much easier. I'll also post a file to allow you to create a site using this template for free. (not like anyone really still uses plain html, image free sites, but I still love the look!) Check the downloads link for that later!
(Going back to the old faithful IRC! (Really Missed it too!))
It seems to be that time of year again. Additions and changes. So, not only have we added an XMPP Chat server we have also re-vamped and reinstalled our IRC server!
Please, if your not afraid of a little learning, as well as earning alot of geek cred, Join up in our IRC Chat room!
Server is of course: italktomachines.com Port: 6667 (Or 6697 for +SSL which is prefered!) the general chatroom is #Chat.
Also our IRC Chat link in the navigation menu above works again! No need to install anything if you don't want! Plus it's pre configured to join the main room by default.
- Enjoy and let me know what you think of the new system in the chatroom! (either one!)
(Back to the mix (No One to Blame))
Well, We've had another change. You'll notice it if you click on the Radio link above, We've changed over to the latest shoutcast dnas server, awesome as it is however, it's so new that none of the open source shoutcast streaming apps will work with it save for the very limited SC_TRANS that shoutcast offers. While this is a good thing, it's also forced us back to using a windows pc to setup and run the stream. While I've also started going back to school which has also forced me to install windows (it's a tech school and windows is a requirement) so the changeover hasn't really been a bad thing, it's just we can't claim to only use opensource software anymore. I've also lost the ability to use my cell phone to control the stream from whereever I happen to be.
So here we are again, using the much improved SAM Broadcaster software to bring you this stream live with an updated feel and a constantly updated page that will show you the currently playing song, number of listeners, etc. The addition of features is also what drove us to go away from the awesome MPD and back to SAM. So while the change was a little dissapointing, it's for the betterment of not only the stream but your ability to make requests without me having to field them myself.
Now if you go to the playlist/request section you'll be able to make up to 3 request's every hour and have them put at the top of the list after 1 minute so that you can all hear your favorites when you want! Enjoy and let me know what you think of the new system in the chatroom!
(*NIX FTW!!! (love you opensource!))
So we are now running fully under linux, no more windows client's setup to connect to our debian shoutcast servers, We're running the awesome (albet still missing some features) IDJC on linux desktop's (mostly Ubuntu but a few other's as well) and just wanted to mark the occasion, as I think that is really quite a statement. Everything now other then the bandwidth and one time MP3 license fee, this station is fully free! Of course we'd still love your help by bitcoin donations. We don't want your money, we just believe in the project and would like to help it get off the ground by spreading the word.
(Play us on your Sony PSP!)
So I've been working to get this station playon on other systems and have found the folks at pspradio.co.uk have gotten a great little shoutcast compatable radio player for the PSP! (still no word on getting it to work on the PS3 though, gay ass browser...) It works a treat! Just do a search for "ITTM" and you'll be wisked away to the land of the talking machines!
(Live DJ Set's are here!)
So I went ahead today and got myself setup to start doing live set's again. For the past few months of this streams life we've had little going on due to outside reasons (just life in general) however I felt the need to get my brodcasting up and running again, and would you believe it? My Netbook does this perfectly! So, now I can do live remote brodcasts and bring them to you in all it's 128k glory! Tune in before all slots are filled!
Being a small startup radio station for me and my homies, this site doesn't see much traffic as it's mostly just bot's and spiders hence the title " I Talk To Machines " however feel free to stop by our irc channel we also host at irc.italktomachines.com room #ittm port 6667 for normal connecitons and port 6697 for ssl encryption. If I'm in there I'll take requests :)
(more to come)