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The Sports Car of ISPs
Why’s my Internet so slow?! I won’t disparage any particular service provider, but we’ve all experienced more »
Sam Smith owes royalties to Tom Petty for “Stay with Me,” Petty says similarities are a “musical accident”
When Sam Smith’s song “Stay With Me” was first released, several critics noted that the more »
Supreme Court’s Standard of Review Stance
Last week the Court announced its unanimous opinion for 2 of the 3 intellectual property more »
Should Professional Athletes Have Free Speech On the Field?
In contemplation of further research, I pose the question: Should professional athletes be entitled to more »
Seahawks Want to Trademark “Boom” and the Number “12″
Just in time for Superbowl season, the NFL championship contender, the Seattle Seahawks, are reportedly more »
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Monthly Archives: July 2011
UPDATE: ArsTechnica has a great success story about finding a lost/stolen Droid. Notice again how the San Diego police refused to help, despite GPS coordinates of a house, and the author/phone owner had to act in his own capacity to more »
I was watching Fox just now, and Shepard Smith covered a series of text messages exchanged between a mother and daughter during the mass shooting at the Norwegian youth camp. The contents of the messages gave me goosebumps–not the good more »
My professors always told me that reading gossip blogs was a colossal waste of time. Sirs and madams, YOU STAND CORRECTED! Leighton Meester’s family life is a total trainwreck 25-year-old Gossip Girl Leighton Meester had been sending her mom, Constance, more »
All our tubes are maybe not belong to us completely…or something: A separate internet could curb cyber threats CIVIL LIBERTARIANS, RISE! EXCELSIOR! But seriously: Several lawmakers and the current Cyber Command chief Gen. Keith Alexander are toying with the notion more »
On June 19th, ICANN – the group that regulates domain names on the internet – approved a proposal to expand the Internet’s top-level domains (TLDs) beyond the 22 existing generic top level domains that exist currently. So just in case more »