I’ve been following the antics of Team Kimberlin for over six years now, and one of the principal sources of amusement in the process has been watch Bill Schmalfeldt’s various hare-brained schemes fail. Three years ago, he tried to draw the pseudonymous blogger Paul Krendler into a lawsuit by publishing a book, Confessions of an Internet Troll, that infringed on Krendler’s copyrights. Of course, the Cabin Boy™ screwed up. His book also infringed some of my copyrights, so I went after him, and Krendler was able to sit back and watch. The TKPOTD from three years ago today dealt with one of the ways that the secret identity of the anonymous author of the book was found.
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Last week, great fun was had following the publication of Confession of an Undercover Internet Troll. The Vast Hogewash! Research Organization scours the Interwebz for interesting bits of data concerning Team Kimberlin. Recently, a member of the VHRO found this file:
The voiceprint analysis was intriguing.
BTW, here’s the Blogspot page mentioned at the end of the audio track.
Did someone say something about OPSEC?
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Nothing proceeded as the Cabin Boy™ hallucinated.