There are three reviews of the book on Amazon. Shockingly, they all give the book five stars and are the only reviews posted on Amazon by the reviewers. The book sounds interesting, but I'd like to hear from someone who isn't the author's drinking buddy.
Cwix writes "A new law proposed in Belarus would require all net users and online publications to register with the state: 'Belarus' authoritarian leader is promising to toughen regulation of the Internet and its users in an apparent effort to exert control over the last fully free medium in the former Soviet state. He told journalists that a new Internet bill, proposed Tuesday, would require the registration and identification of all online publications and of each Web user, including visitors to Internet cafes. Web service providers would have to report this information to police, courts, and special services.'"
Phaethon360 sends in a piece that looks at how quickly game costs can add up these days, now that DLC, microtransactions and standalone expansions are commonplace, writing, "If you were trying to the think of the most expensive games to play, Rock Band or a monthly-fee MMORPG would come to mind. But Halo 3 is right up there, too." It's reminiscent of a recent post at IncGamers where the author tallied up how much he'd spent on World of Warcraft over the past several years, and was astonished to realize it numbered in the thousands of dollars.
In some ways this could change the debate about nuclear power and long-term waste storage. Should be interesting to see how this plays out. Wait around long enough and technology will usually shift and fold any issue.
"Getting the Love You Want" by Harville Hendrix http://www.amazon.com/Getting-Love-You-Want-Couples/dp/0805068953 29 years and counting