Breasts Not Bombs
Take my advice and don't bother looking. None of these people need to be seen nekid. There should have been a counter-protest for them to put their clothes back on.
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Things of interest to me.
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"From Huntington, West Virginia, a “humid valley east of the Ohio and west of the Mason Dixon,” The Poo Syndicate is a loose collective of childhood friends -- artists, writers, and the unemployed -- who have turned their geographic identity crisis into a post-modern artistic endeavor: bring WV’s cultural detritus to the masses. With the Poo’s sponsorship, objects snagged from flea markets across West Virginia adorned the shelves of Brooklyn’s City Reliquary earlier this year during an Art Collector‘s night, the collective’s first step toward introducing hillbilly bizarre to New York’s art elite."
"Nevertheless the man who was shot was under police observation because he had emerged from a house that was itself under observation because it was linked to the investigation of yesterday's incidents." the Friday statement said.
"He was then followed by surveillance officers to the station. His clothing and his behavior at the station added to their suspicions," the statement added, apparently referring to reports that the man was wearing bulky jacket on a summer day.
Throughout Saturday, the police refused to give any further details. Then, in the late afternoon, Scotland Yard issued a statement contradicting the earlier police comments.
"We believe we know the identity of the man shot at Stockwell Underground station by police, although he is still subject to formal identification," the new statement said. "We are now satisfied that he was not connected with the incidents of Thursday, 21st July."
The statement repeated that the man had been seen emerging from an apartment house under police surveillance and had been followed by officers.
If back in September when we started playing with Google Adsense someone told me it would turn into a $1M a year business I would have laughed. A million bucks without a sales person? Give me a break!
However, yesterday we broke our $2,100 record with a $2,335 day. That’s an impressive number I know, because if we can take that number to $2,739.72 we’re at—wait for it—$1M a year.
For some perspective, take a look at some averages:
January we did $580 a day on average.
March was a $737 a day average.
May was a $1,585.57 average.
* Monday, June 27. Grokster decision issues from U.S. Supreme Court. Court concludes that "statements or actions directed to promoting infringement" should trump the safe harbor represented by the Sony-Betamax decision. Applies to secondary liability for user infringement in connection with all products "capable of both lawful and unlawful use." Fact of probable "staggering" scope of direct infringement by users, while not controlling, undeniably shades the analysis.
* Tuesday, June 28. iTunes 4.9 debuts, now with podcasts. The good news: many podcasts are copyright friendly. The bad news: many, not so much.
* Wednesday, June 29. The Wall Street Journal reports that "Apple will weed out podcasts that include full-length songs for which [sic] podcasters don't have permission to use," and that "Mr. Jobs says Apple has an agreement from music companies that allows podcasters to play 30-second song clips in their shows."
* Thursday, June 30. Apple Podcast Subscriptions Top A Million.