[ILUG] Re: please tell me
silvandelaney at eircom.net
Thu Sep 20 11:55:41 IST 2001
20/09/2001 03:55:52, Patrick Martin <sheryle at mediaone.net> wrote:
of course encryption is better, especially if done befor embeding the message into an image.
and i agree that this is unfortunatly one of the "easy" ways to get a very speciffic group of people
surfing and viewing. it's frightening stuff realy.
and yes i knew about the russian photographer: we during study- times in duesseldorf academy of art
(joseph beuss) paid a lot of attention to that aspect of his work.
we didn't quit have the tech - help of today in those day's:the late 70's , but still were able to come up
with some *nice* stuff.
thanks for your help, pat.
>Encryption would be a far better choice for attaining privacy. I wasn't
>implying that you were doing anything devious. I was admiring the
>devious nature of embedding data into images from an hacker/engineering
>standpoint. Somewhat related, image hackery, was a colorization process
>developed in the 1800's by the Russian photographer Sergei Mikhailovich
>Prokudin-Gorskii which produced color photographs. It's kind of eerie
>to look at a 200 year old color still with kodak quality.
>And I wholeheartedly agree. I'd rather see people embed data into images
>rather than throw bombs :-)
>silvan delaney wrote:
>> not cool or devious stuff at all if you consider that all these guy's are*
>> listening* very intently to almost every bullshit that's going round! don't
>> we have need for privacy, without throwing bombs?
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