Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Top 12 Do's and Dont's of Copyright Law

Most people don't understand copyright law - which can be very costly if they do something illegal. It's so easy to copy, share, modify text, images, audio, video nowadays that learning the keys of copyright law is a smart move.

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NIN releases Garageband files for their newest single Survivalism

This is similar to what they did with The Hand that Feeds and Only files. You now have the ability to completely construct / deconstruct Survivalism however you want to. They plan to release every song off of Year Zero like this, nice!

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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Stardust Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, implodes this morning

From Stardust to just dust. The Las Vegas Strip's first mass-market casino-hotel was imploded early Tuesday in a hail of fireworks to make way for Boyd Gaming Corp.'s $4.4 billion megaresort Echelon.

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Monday, March 12, 2007

Can't Wait For Grindhouse! Out April 6th

Isiah Thomas, Knicks agree on multiyear extension

I never thought for a second at the begining of the season this would happen, but today Isiah Thomas got a multiyear contract extension. Nine months after he was warned the Knicks needed to show "evident progress" or he'd be out of a job, the Knicks stand alone in the final 8th spot in the East and just a half game out of 7th with 19 games to go, convincing Owner James Dolan he is the right man for the job.

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Sunday, March 11, 2007

Official 2007 NCAA Men's Basketball Bracket

March Madness is here! Hot off of the presses... here is the full field of 65 teams. Top seeds in this year's tourney: UNC, Kansas, Ohio State, and Florida

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300 Makes $70 Million This Weekend

300 marched to the top of the b0x office spot this weekend making it the first certified blockbuster of 2007 as the bloody action tale debuted with ticket sales of $70 million over its opening weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.

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Richard Jeni Dead: Comedian Found Shot, Suicide Suspected

Veteran Comedian Richard Jeni best known for the the movie The Mask and Frequent Tonight Show apperances was found today in his appartment with a self inflicted gun shot wound to the head, he was 45. Read more about this sad story about the death of one of the best stand-up comedians.

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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

EXCLUSIVE: New Spiderman3 Screenshots - Check out Venom!!!

Here are a bunch of new, exclusive screenshots from Spiderman 3. They include up-close detailed images of Venom looking mean as all hell. And some images of the Sandman, but who cares about him. Last but not least there are some pics of the Green Goblin and his snowboard-like flying contraption.

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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

7 Confessions of a Cingular Sales Rep

The need for cell phone sales reps to cleanse themselves in the healing waters of the Consumerist is nearing an all-time high. Reps from all over the cell phone universe are flooding the tip line, a tidal wave of lost souls begging for redemption... Ok, not really, but a guy who works at Cingular just wrote us with some tips for the readers.

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Monday, March 05, 2007

How to: Get Your Girlfriend to Play Video Games

Many men, at some point, are forced to part with their beloved
game console by supreme order of their female counterparts. This can be avoided using proven game system/girlfriend social activities to gradually introduce gaming culture to your loved ones. You may not get her into Resident Evil, but she might end up playing games you both can enjoy.

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8 Insider Tips From a Former Verizon Sales Rep

From saving 25% on a new phone by saying you lost your phone to tips on how exactly to haggle with the customer service people, a former salesman for the cellphone giant offers a slew of insider information to help you save money. Read on and save!

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Bush: We Don't Have a 'Plan B' for Iraq

A group of governors asked Bush and Marine Gen. Peter Pace about their backup plan for Iraq. What would the administration do if its new strategy didn't work? The conclusion they took away was that there is no Plan B. "I'm a Marine," Pace told them, "and Marines don't talk about failure. They talk about victory." "Plan B was to make Plan A work."

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