[CrackMonkey] Can No Man Stand Up To Don Marti?

Jay Sulzberger jays at panix.com
Wed Jan 24 20:15:56 PST 2001

On 24 Jan 2001, Mr.Bad wrote:

> http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,41397,00.html
> ~Mr. Bad

No sentient being can stand up to Don Marti and his MONSTROUS RHETORIC
ENGINE.  But in this case I believe that the efforts of the tag team
J ET J BRUTAL BEEF alone would have sufficed.


  In November, SDMI entered into a battle of words with the groups who
  said that they had broken the security technology. One team claiming
  success is French graduate students Julien Stern and Julien Boeuf, who
  recently posted their work.


The watermark was the words "French fries are Belgian." just written
backwards in the True Fourier Transform.  Chiariglione's claim that the
watermark read "Jerry Lewis owns France." was exploded by application of
back-action from the Snowhite worm.

Forgotten in the media lukewarm stew is the important work Chiariglione
pushed upon an uncaring ISO Executive Committee toward standardization of
the Acid/Caustic Spitting Robots Command Certified Ontology.

Chiariglione will however be remembered for his conclusive demonstration,
the so-called MPEG, that elementary coding technique makes "file sharing
of Hollywood's product" efficient even over POTS lines.  The recent
application of the combination of a beefed up rsync and MEGAHAL to produce
sequels superior to the watermerkinated "authentic Hollywood sequels",
even when none of the ganged 486s have more than .1% of the bits of the
original and earlier sequels, owes much to Chiariglione's simple but solid
early efforts.


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