Hell, PS3 is more open than 360. At least you can use your own damn hard drive in it. And you used to be able to run Linux on it.
Homeopathy has been proven countless, countless times to do absolutely jack-fucking-shit. About five seconds of wiki-ing found this. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1874503/?tool=pmcentrez There is nothing ignorant or arrogant about disregarding some ancient bullshit when every single piece of legitimate scientific evidence shows that it's just ancient bullshit.
The one thing I like about manuals is the satisfying heft they add to the package. Now with the extra-light cases and no manuals it'll feel a little more like I'm being ripped off spending $60 on a plastic disc.
That site sure as hell was designed by a 66 year old.
Sweet. This is the only positive YRO story I've ever seen in my life.
This is an excellent essay. It made me realize why I hated "math" in school. "Here's a new type of problem, here's the algorithm to do it, now do it fifty times" is not teaching.
You admitted that you were too flabbergasted to put together a coherent sentence. It's not my reading comprehension.
Agreed. Why don't we just eliminate medical science all together? We're all gonna die anyway, who cares if it's at 20 or 85? We're all fucked, right?
You don't think being an executive at a huge corporation is work? Fun fact: If they did nothing, no one would want to get signed.
I hate major labels as much as the next guy, but to be fair supporting the corporation that the artists rely on for profit kinda is helping the artists.
Agreed. The whole idea of "you infringe on the copyright of the copyright owners who are lobbying the fuck out of us and we can just take away your internet" is just freaky.
These aren't "similar plans." There's a huge difference between perks for new buyers and punishment for used buyers.
I'm seeing the logic here as this: You didn't pay for our software, so we're not going to let you pay for our software. How exactly does that make sense?
I'd hardly call Girl Talk a band. More like a spacebar jockey.
Most musicians who use samples in their releases get permission from the copyright owner of the sample. I don't even slightly doubt that someone on a major label like Kid Rock had every sample he used cleared by the copyright holder. If you get sued for sampling, it's because you didn't get it cleared.