21 February 2009

strange email differences.

When I send emails from my mobile phone they all work normally except for one set. The first one here is from a normal email.
    From:     yewenyi@athree.com.au
Subject: syd
Date: 14 February 2009 12:24:04 PM
To: mail@yewenyi.net
Reply-To: yewenyi@athree.com.au
X-Apparently-To: mail@yewenyi.net via 74.6.114.45; Fri, 13 Feb 2009 17:24:14 -0800
X-Yahoofilteredbulk: 202.124.68.57
X-Originating-Ip: [202.124.68.57]
Authentication-Results: mta105.biz.mail.re3.yahoo.com from=three.com.au; domainkeys=neutral (no sig)
Received: from 202.124.68.57 (EHLO auummr1om04.three.com.au) (202.124.68.57) by mta105.biz.mail.re3.yahoo.com with SMTP; Fri, 13 Feb 2009 17:24:14 -0800
Received: from auumvs2fe03.three.com.au (auummr1vp02.three.com.au [10.176.58.185]) by auummr1om04.three.com.au (MOS 3.8.3-GA) with ESMTP id DRA64433; Sat, 14 Feb 2009 11:24:09 +1000 (EST)
Received: from auumeb0fe02.three.com.au ([10.176.58.143]) by auumvs2fe03.three.com.au with ESMTP id n1E1O9B4009199 for ; Sat, 14 Feb 2009 11:24:09 +1000
Received: from [10.225.223.250] ([10.225.223.250]) by auumeb0fe02.three.com.au (MOS 3.5.5-GR) with ESMTP id ADU21044; Sat, 14 Feb 2009 11:24:08 +1000 (EST)
Message-Id:
X-Mailer: EPOC Email Version 2.10
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Language: i-default
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
and the second is from the strange ones. These one have the header in the body, the email addresses themselves are wrong and the title of the email is misplaced and hence my email client cannot find it.
 From:  yewenyi@athree.com.au
Date: 21 February 2009 9:45:04 AM
To: mail@yewenyi.net, Spoin@three.com.au
Reply-To: yewenyi@athree.com.au
X-Apparently-To: mail@yewenyi.net via 74.6.114.34; Fri, 20 Feb 2009 14:45:08 -0800
X-Originating-Ip: [202.124.68.60]
Authentication-Results: mta108.biz.mail.mud.yahoo.com from=three.com.au; domainkeys=neutral (no sig)
Received: from 202.124.68.60 (EHLO auummr1om02.three.com.au) (202.124.68.60) by mta108.biz.mail.mud.yahoo.com with SMTP; Fri, 20 Feb 2009 14:45:08 -0800
Received: from auumvs2fe02.three.com.au (auummr1vp02.three.com.au [10.176.58.185]) by auummr1om02.three.com.au (MOS 3.8.3-GA) with ESMTP id AUY28575; Sat, 21 Feb 2009 08:45:06 +1000 (EST)
Received: from auumeb0fe02.three.com.au ([10.176.58.143]) by auumvs2fe02.three.com.au with ESMTP id n1KMj6wD031615; Sat, 21 Feb 2009 08:45:06 +1000
Received: from [10.227.46.11] ([10.227.46.11]) by auumeb0fe02.three.com.au (MOS 3.5.5-GR) with ESMTP id ADU51188; Sat, 21 Feb 2009 08:45:04 +1000 (EST)
Message-Id: <200902202245.adu51188@auumeb0fe02.three.com.au>

k Blog
Subject: prostitutes
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2009 09:45:01 +1100
Message-ID:
X-Mailer: EPOC Email Version 2.10
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Language: i-default
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Edit: added (2009.02.24)

Here is another trace from when my yahoo mail bounced the email. For a while, my yahoo mail disappeared from the network.

Return-Path: 
Return-Path:
X-RocketTIP: 202.124.68.57: NO_TIP_HEADER_ALLOWED
X-RocketSRV: s_ip=202.124.68.57;d_t=1235258193;url=spoink.com,mailto:blog@spoink.com,three.net.au,mailto:0kqkzrrdtk1f.tzyygp14@smtp.three.net.au;Retro=Y;
X-Rocket-Track: cat=UK; info=ip:NN;ipsh:UK;mcusg:UK;sv:UK;sg:UK;subj:UK;url2db:UK
X-Originating-IP: [202.124.68.57]
Authentication-Results: mta101.biz.mail.mud.yahoo.com from=athree.com.au; domainkeys=neutral (no sig)
Received: from 202.124.68.57 (EHLO auummr1om04.athree.com.au) (202.124.68.57)
by mta101.biz.mail.mud.yahoo.com with SMTP; Sat, 21 Feb 2009 15:16:33 -0800
Received: from auumvs2fe03.athree.com.au (auummr1vp02.athree.com.au [10.176.58.185])
by auummr1om04.athree.com.au (MOS 3.8.3-GA)
with ESMTP id DRW93014;
Sun, 22 Feb 2009 09:16:31 +1000 (EST)
Received: from auumeb0fe02.athree.com.au ([10.176.58.143])
by auumvs2fe03.athree.com.au with ESMTP id n1LNGVMC008846;
Sun, 22 Feb 2009 09:16:31 +1000
Received: from [10.224.148.234] ([10.224.148.234])
by auumeb0fe02.athree.com.au (MOS 3.5.5-GR)
with ESMTP id ADU54540;
Sun, 22 Feb 2009 09:16:29 +1000 (EST)
Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2009 09:16:29 +1000 (EST)
Message-Id: <200902212316.adu54540@auumeb0fe02.athree.com.au>
From: "yewenyi"
Reply-to: "yewenyi"
To: Brian Yap , Brian Yap (AOL) ,
Spoin@athree.com.au

k Blog
Subject: unisex
Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2009 10:16:25 +1100
Message-ID: <0kqkzrrdtk1f.tzyygp14@smtp.three.net.au>
X-Mailer: EPOC Email Version 2.10
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Language: i-default
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

18 February 2009

Greed and Fear, file sharing and drugs

A little rambling philosophy about this case: Pirate Bay joy at charge change

Pirate Bay co-founder Frederik Neik said it showed prosecutors had misunderstood the technology.

The music industry played down the changes as "simplifying the charges".
In our society we let people do things but stop others. For instance you are free to kill yourself using cigarettes but not free to do so with other inhaled drugs in a system that is stymied by powerful interested and large amounts of money, the difference between those with power and money (tobacco) and those that don't (marijuana). One thing that has always surprised me is that you are allowed to buy bongs. Perhaps they could also be used for smoking.

Similarly, you can drive your car, but no one holds the car manufacturers responsible because you used the car to make a car bomb, do a kidnapping or transport some of those illegal drugs. But you are not allowed to do the same with your own personal tank. The benefit of the car is seen to outweigh the detriment. Also we probably do not have any need for tanks in day-to-day life.

So what we see here is a battle. A battle between powerful men with lots of money against those who provide a service. But is the service like a car or like a tank? I ask? I actually do not know enough about it to know the answer. But this is the question. If it is like a car, then the powerful men should be told to piss off. It is the criminals they are chasing, not the makers. If it is like a tank then you should put in place a regulation limiting the use to those with a licence.

Anyway I am impressed by the sheer gutsiness of the defendants. Bravo.

13 February 2009

god speed

I was watching a shuttle launch live a month or two back. One of the controllers said, god speed. I wondered how fast god speed might be: 888 kmh perhaps? (I was really really tempted to say 666 kmh) The boorish Americans on line did not get the joke. Really there is no place for such terminology in a space craft launch.

10 February 2009

China Development

I often speak of how impressed I am with how well the Chinese have done in their post-communist, capitalist era. However, I have discovered something disturbing about people in Sydney that is an extension of what I already knew, but I did not realise the depth of it.

These people are monopolar. They cannot think that two things are good at once. So you must be one or the other. I think it is a problem of monotheists suffer from. So if I say that I think China is good. They think that I am also saying Australia is bad. Of course this is not true. It is just a stupid assumption. Their slice of sides is totoally incorrect and tragic. But that is probably for another post.

06 February 2009

coloured police cars

One of my photos taken during the stupidity of the last APEC summit created quite a stream of comments. Here are some of them, with my crazy suggestion at the end.

purple police

c.j.b says:

The 'Purple Cops' are the State Protection Group? ...you're lucky they didn't shoot you in the face for just looking at them funny -

yeppoon_super says:

c.j.b the coloured cars are simply coloured Highway Patrol cars. Nothing fancy or special. Been around various parts of the State for years, simply put they get better resale than white cars.

ozczecho says:

hehehe...you got one as well...purple cop cars...someone help us :-)

adam.ramage says:

lol these cars were introduced to blend into traffic more reds blues and other colours are used . highway patrols use them heaps in NSW.
But at the end of the day, I think that they should be colour coded. This way you can know how the police will react.

White - for good police
Black - for bad police
Red - for police who really want you to drive off really fast so they can have a car chase.
Purple - for police who like having sex with suspects or people they have taken home.

Fell free to add the colour of your choice.

05 February 2009