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Did this research notice if there were any deaths caused by getting discracted when you jumped and the camera got into such position that you tried to get a nippleslip or see the panties?
Just what we need... surround ourselves with ourselves. That will challenge us and cause us to grow into intelligent, tolerant and well rounded individuals.
/. just keep getting weirder and weirder.
How about the naked Lara Croft modders? Which slot do they fall into?
Tricky question, don't you think?
(Insert 'you must be new here' joke now)
"Everyone and their dog knows that the media is being torn asunder by the forces unleashed by the internet. Almost every movie ever made is available on BitTorrent, half of television's history is easily accessible worldwide courtesy of copyright-flouting Chinese video websites and, despite the success of legitimate services such as iTunes and Spotify, illegal downloads continue to dwarf online music sales."
The article argues that it's not illegal downloads that are destroying the media but instead it's the fault of industry as a whole retreating from production.
Interesting comparison to free and open source software. Slashdot gets a mention also."
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