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.
Zombie Web tropes overrun today's headlines: Baauer is finally sued for using uncleared samples in "Harlem Shake," Sweet Brown is sueing Apple for using her news interview for capital gains, and pre-parent couples are taking to IndieGogo for handouts. Is there anything that can pull us out of this dystopic news bog? Okay, 700 free #1 Marvel issue comics are a start.
Well, maybe not the best ever, but the tiny aluminum suitcase for the new flash memory cards was much more eye-catching than the usual handouts.
The U.S. automobile industry needs to learn to be competitive again, and not simply for government handouts.
Local government finances project to distribute 64,000 packs of CDs with Linux and with free software for Windows and Mac OSes.
Newspapers are in trouble because of competition from the Internet. But is the Columbia Journalism Review's suggestion of taxpayer handouts wise?