I'm pretty sure that the MPAA respondant would not have mentioned the rsearch result that Lavinia Carey from the British Video Association did
UK research shows that, on average, downloaders are film fans who view the same number of legitimate films (cinema, rented and bought DVDs) as the average active DVD consumer
Posted by Pacanukeha at 14:08
It seems that the Canadian Red Cross does not approve of video games using a red cross icon to represent a health-up. Yes, they are certainly making the most out of your charity dollar aren't they.
Posted by Pacanukeha at 14:06
Much fooforaw about a 24 year old Bush appointee in the NASA public relations department censoring senior scientists and their publications.
Posted by Pacanukeha at 00:46
It seems that there are limits to how far certain Danish newspapers will go to exercise their free speech muscle and apparently it is as far is they want provided that it is unlikely to offend anyone who might actually buy their paper. The money quote:
Jyllands-Posten, the Danish newspaper that first published the cartoons of the prophet Muhammad that have caused a storm of protest throughout the Islamic world, refused to run drawings lampooning Jesus Christ, it has emerged today.
The Danish daily turned down the cartoons of Christ three years ago, on the grounds that they could be offensive to readers and were not funny.
Posted by Pacanukeha at 00:28
Oooooo. These kinds of shenanigans make me so mad! *shakes fist* Money quote:
In 2003 the top 1 percent of households owned 57.5 percent of corporate wealth, up from 53.4 percent the year before, according to a Congressional Budget Office analysis of the latest income tax data. The top group's share of corporate wealth has grown by half since 1991, when it was 38.7 percent.
Posted by Pacanukeha at 00:12
Yup! Yet another reason to blame my festively plump corpus on something other than laziness and lack of self-control. Science teh rox0rs! It is almost as good as religion for blaming my problems on someone else.
Posted by Pacanukeha at 13:36
OK. Carl Zimmer over at The Loom on Corante talks fun things. This wasp is just downright creepy.
The wasp slips her stinger through the roach's exoskeleton and directly into its brain.via BoingBoing.
Posted by Pacanukeha at 13:46