Can we send the Walt-Disney-brained branch robot Patrick Farley wrote about ten years ago pls
... but are they cloaked?
BIT plane flew into the 'glittering heart of Silicon Valley' in the late 90s... through the protected airspace over some pretty big IT companies.
While on the subject of Bond:
FTA: "I am going to write in invisible!" -- best read out in your best Boris/Goldeneye voice.
The obvious quote is the scene from Hal Hartley's "Trust", where Ed's head gets put in the vice after an argument about (unnamed IT company) deliberately using faulty parts.
PC/Amiga classic 'Cannon Fodder' was also recently ripped off (certainly from a look and feel perspective, and all reviews mention the likeness) as an iphone/itouch game Warpack Grunts - with no credit to the original coders on their website. Considering the original devs have their own mobile phone development company I doubt they would have allowed this, and I hope they have sicced their lawyers onto them. I doubt Apple look too closely for prior art and are more interested in counting the filthy lucre their Jesus phone is piling up at their feet.
this is a test, I'mma writin' in my journal.
What constitutes suspicious to Flowers By Irene these days?
"Lol I trolled j00!", "I Can Be PartyV&?", "Does Your House Have Stairs?", "I'mma Blow Up Your Farm!"
http://www.ladidapeople.com/wp-content/uploads/musicmattersportrait.jpg (exercise caution, badware reported)
http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/7156/ladida.gif (logo closeup)
Their 'viral' marketing campaign includes vandalism -- paste-ups or posters all over Melbourne. They look shit, it's obviously derivative, they're begging for some Streisand action, why not deliver them some. Leave the graf and posters to people with talent
... or perhaps that's what they want
This rather strikes me as biting the hand that feeds you, with a dash of Streisand for effect. MJ fans can usually be relied on to buy every version of every album released on every continent. If they're not already aware of the bootleg industry, they are now. The article also fails to mention what relationship the UK and Australian police have in regard to sharing information. Can they provide information to prosecute someone who is breaking UK law if they're in another country? What if it's not against the law there? (convict jokes aside...)
How can you be fined for selling a copy of a recording that the studios and labels didn't create? Like the cinema industry, where insiders leak timed copies or review editions well before the screenies emerge, isn't it sound technicians and other crew who leak the better copies of concert footage?
The bootleg industry is a de-facto 'viral marketing mechanism' for everyone who profits from a tour, I can understand why it exists — and why the studios want to kill it, even though it will piss off MJ fans. They're about to run out of albums and merchandise to buy, anyway
(zore !zune !zerg !spore)
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Just put one wheel in front and one in back
paint it red
image issues solved. Now the giant transhuman destroying the city, that's a different question
She doesn't like McDonalds?
Batman doesn't like chocolate.