DirCaster V1.0 Released Today!

Release of the new, milestone version 1.0!

DirCaster Includes Major updates to DirCaster by Chris Arndt who added these updates:

  • Added README.md and documentation.
  • Centered table to cleaned up the page layout.
  • Update getID3() library by James Heinrich to v1.9.20 (2020-06-30)
  • Updated index.php to use config_inc.php Updated index.php table to add duration Updated index.php layout and misc code cleanup Updated changlelog for HEAD to point to git log
  • Fixed PHP7 errors

DrBill.TV #483 – Video – The Big Tech is Evil Rant Edition!

Dr. Bill finally gets to have his rant about the evil that is Big Tech censoring free speech, and he demonstrates RoboForm, his new choice to replace LastPass as his password manager!

00:31 Introduction
02:57 Geek Software of the Week: RoboForm
06:07 RoboForm Demo
09:04 My rant at Big Tech!

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DrBill.TV #483 – Audio – The Big Tech is Evil Rant Edition!

Dr. Bill finally gets to have his rant about the evil that is Big Tech censoring free speech, and he demonstrates RoboForm, his new choice to replace LastPass as his password manager!

00:31 Introduction
02:57 Geek Software of the Week: RoboForm
06:07 RoboForm Demo
09:04 My rant at Big Tech!

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DrBill.TV #482 – Video – The I Got My Camera Right Edition!

Dr. Bill covers his new camera setup, his new lens, his new Samsung Galaxy a71 5G phone, and more! Google will no longer pay small creators, a StarLink install, a SuSE Linux IPO may be coming, Roku deals for Black Friday, the Wonder Woman 1984 movie will be on HBOMAX!

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DrBill.TV #482 – Audio – The I Got My Camera Right Edition!

Dr. Bill covers his new camera setup, his new lens, his new Samsung Galaxy a71 5G phone, and more! Google will no longer pay small creators, a StarLink install, a SuSE Linux IPO may be coming, Roku deals for Black Friday, the Wonder Woman 1984 movie will be on HBOMAX!

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Wonder Woman 1984 is Coming to HBOMax

Putting Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max Is a Smart Move

Wired – By: Angela Watercutter – “FACE IT, STANS: This was inevitable. After having its release date bumped no fewer than three times, Wonder Woman 1984 is going to debut in US theaters and on HBO Max on December 25. That means you may not get the big popcorn-filled summer-weekend blockbuster opening you would’ve liked—and that Diana Prince probably deserved—but you will be able to see director Patty Jenkins’ sequel to her 2017 hit Wonder Woman, and you will, if you so choose, be able to watch it from the comfort of your couch.

It’s probably for the best. As much as any film fan worth their salt wants to plop their butt in a stadium seat with an overpriced soda to watch a superhero movie, Covid-19 is still tearing through the country, and the one villain Wonder Woman can’t lasso is ’rona. The US is averaging more than 150,000 new cases per day, and as winter sets in, there’s a chance that number gets worse. Half of the country’s theaters are closed, and cinema chains have been frustrated with studios delaying their major releases this year. (A spokesperson for the National Association of Theatre Owners declined to comment for this story.) While fans are being asked to wait for other films that had been primed for a 2020 release, like Dune or the James Bond flick No Time to Die, getting to see the year’s Last Film Standing on any platform is a bit of a respite.

Warner Bros. has called its move to release Wonder Woman 1984 in theaters and on its streaming platform at the same time “historic.” It could also prove to be a bellwether. Even before the pandemic, the streaming wars were heating up. Every content-producing company with a back catalog—and even some without (ahem, Apple TV+)—was launching its own service, walling off its own garden of movies and television shows. Now, with theater attendance plummeting as Americans quarantine, services like Disney+, Peacock, and HBO Max allow their corporate owners to test whether going straight to consumers with major movie releases the same day they hit the big screen is a viable option.

Whether this strange experiment’s results are what Warner Bros. will want to see is another story. Wonder Woman 1984 was originally projected to be a billion-dollar blockbuster. It’s unlikely the release will have that kind of performance now, but it could significantly impact HBO Max’s subscriber numbers at a time—the holiday season—when folks are home and looking to be entertained. When Disney released the live-action remake of Mulan on Disney+ this past summer, downloads of the app reportedly increased 68 percent. HBO Max could see a similar spike, especially since the new Wonder Woman will be available to all Max subscribers automatically. (Disney charged $30 for Mulan on top of the regular monthly membership fee.) WarnerMedia also just made a deal to get HBO Max on Amazon Fire TV devices, opening up a whole new market of potential customers. (If they could do the same with Roku, which represents about half of the connected TV market, they’d be swimming, but that stalemate continues apace.)

Look, broadly speaking, this isn’t an ideal situation for anyone. Sitting in air conditioning in the middle of July to watch a movie at the multiplex is fun, and the prolonged theater closures brought on by Covid-19 are not good for the movie business at large. But according to Ann Sarnoff, head of the WarnerMedia group that oversees Warner Bros., it was the best way for the studio to keep its business “moving forward” while also appeasing fans and navigating a pandemic. Sure, Warner could have pushed the film into 2021 like most of the other big 2020 releases, but at a certain point, something’s gotta give. The problems brought on by the coronavirus may not end next year; studios should be taking a chance on alternative release strategies. If Wonder Woman can’t rope moviegoers into a new way of life, maybe no one can.”

Black Friday Deals on Roku!

RokuBlack Friday prices will be really low this year!

“Roku announced today that many of its devices will be on sale for Black Friday. If you’re planning to purchase a new device on the biggest shopping day of the year, here are the deals you can look forward to.
The prices listed below will be in effect from November 20-30 at major retailers where Roku devices are sold nationally.”

[Roku SE will be on sale for $17] (Walmart exclusive, available Nov. 27)
[Roku Premiere will be on sale for $24.99], down from $39.99
[Roku Streaming Stick+ will be on sale for $29.99], down from $49.99
[Roku Ultra will be on sale for $69.99], down from $99.99
[Roku Streambar will be on sale for $99.99], down from $129.99

Is an IPO Coming for SuSE Linux?

SuSE LinuxAccording to Linux Today:

“$6 billion Linux deal? SuSE IPO rumored

According to Bloomberg, EQT is planning an IPO for German Linux and enterprise software company SUSE. EQT is a Swedish-based private equity firm with €50 billion in raised capital. SUSE is the leading European Union (EU) Linux distributor.”

According to Wikipedia on SuSE Linux: “SUSE Linux is a computer operating system developed by SUSE. It is built on top of the free and open source Linux kernel and is distributed with system and application software from other open source projects. SUSE Linux is of German origin, its name being an acronym of ‘Software und System-Entwicklung’ (software and systems development), and it was mainly developed in Europe. The first version appeared in early 1994, making SUSE one of the oldest existing commercial distributions. It is known for its YaST configuration tool.”

Google Will No Longer Pay Small Creators!

According to a Slashdot post:

YouTube has updated its Terms of Service to include a new section that gives it the right to monetize videos from channels not big enough to be part of its Partner Program. Engadget reports:
That doesn’t mean new creators can start earning from their videos right away, though — YouTube said in a forum post explaining the changes to its ToS that non-YPP members won’t be getting a cut from those ads. To become eligible for the YouTube Partner Program, a creator has to be living in a country where it’s active, has to have 4,000 public watch hours in the last 12 months and has to have over 1,000 subscribers. YouTube only used to run ads on videos from channels that don’t meet those criteria under special circumstances, such as if the channel was previously a YPP member. Going forward, though, the website can monetize any video, so long as it meets its ad-friendly guidelines.

In addition to this change to its Right to Monetize section, YouTube has also added “faces” to the kinds of information people aren’t allowed to collect from its service. It explained that the website never allowed the collection of personally identifiable information, but it altered its language in the ToS “to be extremely explicit about what kind of data users” can’t collect. YouTube is rolling out these changes in the US first, but they will be effective worldwide by the end 2021.

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