Friday, October 1, 2010
Consumed Links - October 1, 2010
September 30th marked the 50th year anniversary for one of our favorite families, The Flintstones.
From mental_floss : 'TV’s favorite stone-age family first visited our living rooms on September 30, 1960. Originally pitched as The Flagstones, television’s first prime-time animated series ran for six seasons and became so popular that companies like Welch’s paid big bucks to get their products advertised by Fred, Wilma, Betty, Barney and Pebbles.'
Does The DMCA require internet disconnections?
From ars.technica : 'Torrentfreak ran an article last week about a small US Internet provider called Suddenlink, which apparently disconnects its users for six months after receiving three copyright infringement allegations. When a customer was disconnected and asked the reason, he was told that the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) requires it. But does it?'
Just because we all can use a distraction once in awhile, here are 10 WTF Images Of Famous People via Listverse. VIEW HERE
And finally, for now....
From Yahoo! 'A German student has created a computer game giving players a taste of life as an East German border guard shooting political fugitives fleeing to the West, to the outrage of victims' relatives.' READ MORE
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