I would easily drop 100$ or seeing Firefly return as long as that means I get HD digital copies of it once its done. Easily. Probably a little more if it came with enough other benefits. Firefly is quite easily my favorite series to ever have been and I even liked Serenity.
Nathan Fillion however is currently involved in Castle, which I also find to be a truly great series. I could only hope that he could work on both until Castle has run its course naturally.
These days on the internet there are a plethora of sources for information and news. Having a policy saying that you do not want traffic and don't want people talking about your articles seems incredibly short sighted.
It is almost as if they want to be driven out of business. This strikes me as a pretty big flag being waved around that says "read somewhere else if you want to share anything you read".
I know I am getting to this thread pretty late, but I wanted to point out all that the judge said about their 'evidence'. Does it bother anyone else that the evidence the judge pretty much tossed out is most likely the same level of evidence that ISPs in the US want to start using to punish their users at the behest of corrupt copyright organizations?
Look at your ad, now back to mine. Now back at your ad, now back to mine. Sadly it isnít mine, but if you stopped focusing on yourself and started advertising wisely it could look like mine. Look down, back up, where are you? Youíre watching my ad, thinking of the ad your ad could look like. What did you think of? Back at mine, itís an ad that people actually like. Look again the ad is now viewed over 44 million times. Anything is possible when you think before you create an ad.
Having just suggested the game, I decided to look up more info about it. Turns out the game is put out by Ubisoft and has a 3 system activation limit (although you can call them for more, like that somehow makes it better).
I guess if somebody is going for the lesser of two evils, go with Anno 2070 and its a way better game (says my friend). Personally I will for sure not be getting into either of them.
Have a friend who is pretty into these games. He played the beta some.
If anyone is looking for a game that is leaps and bounds beyond the Sim City series, give Anno 2070 a try. He says if I get back into them, this is by far the best, and blows Sim City out of the water without trying.
They should sell songs for one US penny and high def movies for a dollar.
Using a little bit of hollywood accounting they would have made back only their 21 million, while sticking it to the MAFIAA wonderfully hard at the same time.
I used to and still do like movie previews. I may rarely go to the theatres anymore but I do like them. What I do not like are product advertisements. I went to the movies. If I wanted product advertisements I would wait for the movie to come to over the air TV.
Well that is okay since he didn't hack anything. At least not with the case the DoJ picked up here anyways.
a technique that I think can sometimes be inappropriately used
That strikes me as a technique that should never be used, and would only be used by those who do not really value justice. They more so value the idea of 'winning'.
If a prosecutor really valued justice, they would only charge people with crimes they actually commit, and not just try to throw the book at somebody because they didn't like them or disagreed with something they did.
This is rather interesting. Just recently in the slashdot article about iiNet over in Australia walking away from the copyright groups, people were wishing we had our own iiNet's all over the world. A bunch of those tech savvy users on slashdot pointed out that TekSavvy was a good one to be with for Canada. If they are looking to destroy the good image they have with the techies, this would easily do it in a single move (or failure to move as it is). And the thing is, those who were praising TekSavvy are the exact ones who would notice this if TekSavvy doesn't stand up. With the precedent already set in Canada, it can't really be that costly to fight the initial request, can it?