walrus2517 writes: It looks like Leonardo DiCaprio won't be sporting his iPod too much longer. According to this Greenpeace(http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id =upiUPI-20070405-122532-1884R&show_article=1) report, Apple is one of the least "green friendly" electronic companies, ranking near the bottom in nearly every category. I expect the GOP to demand Al Gore remove "An Inconvenient Truth" from the iTunes store any day now.
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policy | whitehouser writes: "With the fate of.xxx domains looming and no clear direction given by Congress, the adult industry appears safe for now. Religious advocates believe an online red light district will serve to advertise and not regulate pornography online, which has become a hot topic within Christian communities. Notwithstanding the adult industry's dominion over Internet content, Christian ministers seek to derail porn among Christians and others seeking counsel. Craig Gross, founder of a successful "Porn and Pancakes" community has found his way online and is promoting XXXChurch. The objective of his online venture is to help break people break their internet porn habits. While the domain name seems to contradict its purpose, it is achieving the objective: to help porn addicts with their problem. In an unscientific poll that shows 70% of Christians reported a problem with daily online pornography habits, and 76% of pastors reported the same. CNN broke the story. According to the article, every second there are over 28,0000 viewers of internet porn."
Ruach writes: Sci-Fi writer John Ringo writes a detailed description (almost a short story) of the PAIN of having to upgrade to Vista when his XP laptop died — hint he made a mistake "a BUNCH of my songs are from MSN Music, which has been closed down." It is so long his web master put it into a PDF. http://www.johnringo.com/Abyss/OMFG.pdf If this is the future of DRM computing — Linux will take over the desktop. A quote from near the end of the article, "If anyone can set me up on Linux, I might as well switch over. But I'm going to need major hand-holding. I've been an MS slave for a long time. But Vista has broken me." — John Ringo (Warning explicit language in article).