Aww. That photo has a Boxee Box in it. I miss that little device.
They clearly meant it "this phone," since they used a wish from a Genie to unlock it.
It's still there, at least in the form of a press release from a branch office - https://www.fbi.gov/sandiego/press-releases/2012/smartphone-users-should-be-aware-of-malware-targeting-mobile-devices-and-the-safety-measures-to-help-avoid-compromise
Heh, just for fun I'm going to run this by some friends at Random House, which currently owns KnopfDoubleday.
Might as well stir things up at the other end.
The arms race around this is going to be brilliant.
I wonder if it's a certain medical device company. They've recently been emailing me asking me to remove comment spam that they created years ago and offering the princely sum of $1 per link.
Am I the only one who's getting an image of unmasked villains railing against meddling kids?
Nice to see that Chris Dodd really wanted to make the most out of the run down fun house by scaring all potential business off. Now if only he'd have used that ingenuity to craft a better business model...
Probably should have tagged that with a sarc mark, but I really can't afford the licensing fee.
As a combat vet and a fan of violent video games, I'm a bit offended that he would consider MW2 as a training simulator. Having done both, I can say that MW2 is incredibly unrealistic, and that goes doubly for the multi-player.
Perhaps Breivik should have just downloaded and played the video game that the US government had created explicitly to be a combat training simulator? America's Army is still free, right?
I want to introduce legislation that mandates laws be introduced with numbers based on a logical schema so that bad legislation (looking at you, US PATRIOT Act) can't be introduced in a manner that works against detractors in campaign ads.
I wonder, if I call it the "I Love America Act" if anyone would vote against it?
I actually did run into an issue with linking and permission before. I was working on a project that was attempting to leverage data from the BBB. Doing my due diligence, I perused the BBB's ToU and the first item on the list regards hyperlinking.
There's a short list of organizations that link to the BBB without prior written approval, everyone else must get it and then can only do using terms permitted by the BBB.
Compared to them, Gannon seems down right permissive.