The current state of the art is represented by games like Electronic Arts’ Dead Space, which came with a seven-month media barrage – first a series of comics, then an interactive web experience and finally an animated movie on DVD.
Carmen’s Union president James O’Brien and other members of the executive committee were charged with unlawful assembly, union spokeswoman Cayenne Isaksen said, after padlocking a gate outside the building during the pre-dawn protest. The seven pleaded not guilty during court appearances and were released on personal recognizance.
For consumers, the choice came down to this: They could pay full price for the new book, or they could pay less for an equally shiny new volume.
Perhaps it’s time to start calling a spade a big freaking shovel and Milonic Solutions should start listing the offenders on its website with a link directly to them so we can start boycotting their products and tell them why (“Orrin Hatch: Software Pirate?,” June 19, 2003).
In general, the weather may seem like a trivial, non-threatening topic of discussion when one is making polite conversation.
“The hands-off policy has given us the flexibility to innovate and respond to consumer demand,” said Kyle McSlarrow, chief executive of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association.
“Captain America” held impressively from its second weekend, which saw the eighth-highest of all time at $72.6 million. Should the $33.1 million estimate hold, “Captain America” will wind up tied with 2012’s “The Hunger Games” as the 17th highest-grosser in its third weekend.
You also need to be sure you use the correct settings and the correct plugs. Most multimeters will have a switch to put it in “ammeter” mode and special plugs to measure the electric current. Here, check out this extremely old analog meter (which is awesome) next to a modern digital multimeter.
The hackers released an even bigger batch of data Thursday, including what appears to be internal emails from Noel Biderman, CEO of Avid Life Media, which owns Ashley Madison. (That file was corrupted, but a new version was released again today.)
The FTC is suing Kruchten in civil court for allegedly swindling his customers out of thousands of dollars in fraudulent charges for “bandwidth overuse.” According to FTC investigator Steve Wernikoff, his office found that Kruchten’s bandwidth charges were made up.
A penniless student traveling the world courtesy of strangers he meets over the Internet is roaming Europe in high style.
The American Civil Liberties Union worries that programs featuring people who haven’t yet been convicted of a crime subvert the notions of due process and individual privacy rights. In Oklahoma City’s case, the executive director of the state ACLU affiliate said the city was plagued with lawsuits from men who were arrested for merely talking to prostitutes.