As originally published at Gamasutra.

[An update last year to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act freed up users to “jailbreak” their smartphones, and a lobbying group is now pushing the same thing for consoles. But is that what most gamers really want? Journalist Nick Brown examines the issue in this editorial.]

At this point, […]

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The Herman Cain Screw Job

On November 30, 2011 By

I felt like I appropriately titled this piece. Does anyone else feel like Herman Cain is being assassinated in broad daylight? I can’t help but think that someone really, desperately does not want him to be the nominee.

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Great work by Bachmann, Perry, and Santorum, three candidates who shouldn’t even be in the race at this point, who resorted to tag teaming Cain with complete inaccuracies in order to save their own flailing campaigns. Stay classy!

Sure enough I’m expecting that they will influence the majority of the GOP that is too scarred […]

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One More Thing…

On October 6, 2011 By

At the end of Tuesday’s Apple keynote featuring new CEO Tim Cook, some later commented that they were surprised that there was not the traditional “One More Thing…” from Apple. The famous tag line now¬†synonymous with Apple announcements will now have a more emotional and sentimental meaning to it, as the day after Apples latest […]

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The guys over at USDirect have developed a really great interactive map for the 2011 college football season. And every big time college football fan is going to want to bookmark this for the season.

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