[Hey, You!] In the YouTube era, common sense goes up in flames
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"H-E-L-L-O: Students have a right to privacy in their cell phones."That's not just the lament of the empty-eyed Hot Dog on a Stick girl handing you your lunch at the mall. It's the title of a new report by the American Civil Liberties Union's Southern California office, which finds privacy rights ... More >>
So yes, there is such as thing as a Michael Jackson Doctor Trial App, a mini "media center for the iPhone and iPad and Android devices." Released by Fox Television Stations, the app includes live video of the trial proceedings, recorded local news segments, photo galleries and biographies of thos ... More >>
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You knew it was going to happen: wannabe model Alexandra Wallace, now infamous as the UCLA girl who posted a racist rant against Asian students on YouTube, is not only all over the news, she's also gotten her rant remixed. More than once. And her video just got posted over the WEEKEND. (Watch the ... More >>
I haven't eaten at Carl's Jr. in years--still sore at them about eliminating their small cheeseburger--and do not understand the appeal of Foursquare. So maybe I'm not the most ideal person to report that Carl's Jr. has created a smartphone app--but the premise is pretty good.
iPhone users can use the many useful (and worthless) applications for their phone, whether it be to find their new favorite restaurant, to send their secret lover a message with TigerText--an app advertised for adulterers, you see--or to find the closest public restroom. Anything you want: There ... More >>
Rilo Kiley on April 24, 2008 at The Glass House By Gabriel Ryan Better Than: Driving all the way to Coachella and sweating your ass off. Download: Rilo Kiley's With Arms Outstretched I think last night was one of the most interesting Rilo Kiley shows I've ever attended. For one, the crowd was ant ... More >>
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