Play Frogger with real traffic and fake frogs. DirecTV pulls a bonehead move and locks out a lot of their customers from their content. Assassin’s Creed may have blatantly ripped off it’s content. A bicyclist uses GPS to create meta art. Man gets arrested for going through TSA checkpoint naked. A group in the U.K. try to make coding more accessible to kids. All this and this weeks Epic Fail, Oh Asia You So Crazy, and Ryder Says Things.
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Apparently you can be sued for pirating a movie by the recording industry, even if you don’t own a computer or internet access – a retired woman in Germany found this out the hard way. We talk about SOPA and a workaround that could be used if SOPA is enacted. Universal Music Group shows their hand when they take down a video from Youtube that puts them in a bad light.
Ever heard an explanation of Star Wars in broken English? This week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!” shows us what that sounds like.
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Steve Jobs dead at 56. Siri means something completely different in Japan. PassMyWill allows you to send your passwords to your loved ones posthumously. A theater professor’s Firefly poster deemed threatening by campus public safety. Make your own speed vest to show motorists how fast you’re going. Fakegirlfriend.co is a new service that will pose as your girlfriend. Psystar loses its appeal in Apple lawsuit. Plus, this week’s Epic Fail!
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