Pharyngula seems to be down today, so here's the youtube video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxrorKWO09U
It is shocking that SlashDot would ignore this story.
Pharyngula has the story and links to a youTube video explaining the situation here: http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2009/10/ray_comfort_is_a_parasite.php"
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How about games that adapt to your skill level in obtaining the cash to purchase them. Many of us seem to be getting a bit rusty in that department.
Sure. Then you've got those real-world advertisers telling you what sort of content your game can feature, and the ones who actually want their logo anywhere near any simulated "grit" may suddenly be more difficult to find than initially anticipated.
When one speaks of "poisoning content with advertising", it's not just the eyesore potential that looms large. It's also very much the opening of the the flood-gates to advertisers using their financial leverage to poison the creative process that seeks their financial support.
What if the artificial brain is gay? What happens to its "rights" then?
It should be noted that upon installing the iPhone 3.0 update, one must once again agree to the iTunes Store Terms of Service. Careful examination reveals this contract to be sixty-seven pages in length. I shit you not.
This water is terrible! I want my free back!
(Okay, that was funnier when I was a kid and water was free.)