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+ - JFK's killer's window fetches £3 million

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Stormx2 writes "The window from which the fatal bullets which hit John F. Kennedy were fired has been sold on ebay for just over $3 million. MSNBC wrote about the window before the final bids were in. Naturally with all things JFK, some people theorize its the wrong window
From the auction:

Up for auction for the first time, the actual window and frame from the shooter's nest on the 6th floor of the Dallas Texas School Book Depository where Lee Harvey Oswald fired off those fatal shots that took the life of our 35th President of the United States — John F. Kennedy.

+ - "Amazon Bombing" to a DRM-Free World

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Stormx2 writes "defectivebydesign.org, the FSF's machine against DRM has begun using Amazon Tags to reach consumers. The iPod, Zune, and other products like Blu-Ray players have received an influx of defectivebydesign tags. defectivebydesign.org have been organising these kind of events for months, including phoning up record label executives and the RIAA itself. This idea follows another focusing on amazon. Ultimately, will non-tech-savvie consumers really care about 'tags'?"

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