The 404 1,225: Where the first issue is a gateway drug (podcast)

Baauer is finally sued for using uncleared samples in "Harlem Shake;" Sweet Brown's suing Apple for using her news interview for capital gains; and expectant couples ask for handouts on Indiegogo. Is there anything that can pull us out of this dystopic news bog? Free Marvel comics are a start.

Leaked from today's 404 episode:

- Baauer of "Harlem Shake" sued over unauthorized samples.

- Surprise hit "Harlem Shake" was a shock for artists heard on it.

- "Sweet Brown" sues Apple and radio stations for unauthorized interview.

- SXSW: Marvel to give away 700 first-issue digital comics.

- Marvel giveaway crashes Comixology's servers.

- If Grumpy Cat is the biggest news of all, is SXSW in trouble?

- Frownyface at these pre-parents asking for handouts on Indiegogo.

- OverDog on Kickstarter lets you play your favorite athletes in your favorite games.

Bathroom break video: Please rise for the National Anthem, featuring R. Kelly.


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