Monthly Archive: 2010 January

nude by micmojo (via Flickr)

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nude a set on Flickr by micmojo (aka Jan Scholz)

Washington Memo – Supreme Court Gets a Rare Rebuke, in Front of a Nation (via NYTimes.com)

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The President’s pubic rebuke of a Supreme Court decision was a rare moment, but should indicate the egregiousness of the court’s action: The core of the Citizens United decision said corporations have a First Amendment right to make independent expenditures in candidate elections. Only a constitutional amendment, which is exceedingly unlikely, could undo that core […]

France, Germany Say Stop Using Internet Explorer 6 (via InformationWeek)

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December’s “Operation Aurora” cyber attack from China, which Google disclosed last week, has prompted French and German information security organizations to recommend against the use of Internet Explorer 6, at least until a patch is released to address the vulnerability. France, Germany Say Stop Using Internet Explorer 6 — InformationWeek

Steve Jobs looking…good?

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Steve Jobs has never been trend-setter fashion-wise. His taste in clothes is impossibly bland and predictable. He probably cares much more about the mark that Apple’s hardware and software will leave on the world than the medium-washed blue jeans and black mock-turtleneck he wears without fail.

Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domestic Robocop

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The shape of things to come: YouTube – Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domestic Robocop

“The Most Dangerous Man In America” trailer

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Are you sick and tired of powerful and depressing documentaries, or do you have room for one more? Apple – Movie Trailers – The Most Dangerous Man In America

“natt” by retales botijero (via Flickr)

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This is a diverse set of photos of a beautiful model by a Spanish artist named Retales Botijero. I especially like the waffle shots. Awesome!! natt – a set on Flickr by retales botijero

What Would Milton Friedman Say? (via HBR)

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The Supreme Court’s recent decision about corporate freedom of speech should be curdling your blood. Some even think free market capitalism champion Milton Friedman is rolling over in his grave because of it. Here’s what Harvard Business Review editorial director Justin Fox says about it: His point was that CEOs shouldn’t go around imposing their […]

Legalese of the Day: “substantially indistinguishable”

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Got an email from the Courage Campaign Institute that had a gem of an irony in it: Our lawyers rejected their ridiculous claims. They not only pointed out that parody is protected by the law and precedent, but noted the irony in Protect Marriage’s attempt to silence us: “While our client does appreciate the irony […]

CNN.com finds indie partners in Vice and Sub Pop

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Interesting development in the media landscape: From next week, CNN.com is offering two new web series in partnership with Vice’s VBS.TV and Sub Pop Records. This is material of a sort that CNN would be unlikely to produce itself. Vice magazine is known for its controversial content which features violence, sex and social issues. The […]

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