rkww writes "Following a wildly successful Kickstarter launch, London-based independent developer Nichol Hunt faced a problem — he had promised a free copy of his new game to each of his backers — and there were more than 700 of them. The bigger problem ? Apple will only issue fifty promo codes, and Apple Store gift cards have to be issued in the redeeming country. His solution ? Offer the game for free, in secret, for two days. You can predict what happened next..."Link to Original Source
rkww writes "The BBC editor's blog are very very concerned for the safety of their correspondent Alan Johnston who was abducted in Gaza on 12 March. They have launched an appeal asking for websites and blogs to carry a banner ad that spreads the message. Just paste in the code below.
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rkww writes "The BBC report that "Technology giant Apple has reached a deal with the Beatles to end the dispute over the use of the Apple name. Apple Inc will now take full control of the Apple brand and licence certain trademarks back to the Beatles' record company Apple Corps for continued use.""