Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Anti-Anti-Piracy Seal: WARNING! Artists Supports Filesharing - The Peer-to-Peer Weblog - p2p.weblogsinc.com _ Some artist created the "Anti-Anti-Piracy" seal, I hope I see it next time I go shopping :)

Monday, May 30, 2005

A Gamers' Manifesto, some good points in that list.

Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Sony president says Xbox 360 is more like an Xbox 1.5 - CD Freaks.com

Don't be over confident with your machine Sony, or you'll lose the battle.

Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Wired News: My Great Big Console Adventure: "Square Enix said it is working on Final Fantasy XI for Xbox 360, which might have been more impressive if the company hadn't just told Sony's crowd it is working on Final Fantasy XII for the PlayStation 3."

Friday, May 13, 2005

Neowin.net - Where unprofessional journalism looks better - Microsoft Readies a 'Lean' Windows Client this stripped down XP focuses on enterprises currently running Windows 2000 (or worse) who don't want to upgrade their hardware.

It seems kind of strange that Microsoft new business idea is to focus on enterprises with old hardware that don't want to upgrade.

Monday, May 09, 2005

Apple pays no homage to Catalonia

Apple has raised the ire of perhaps ten million Europeans - because it chose not to deliver Catalan localization within Mac OS X 'Tiger'.

The move means Apple has ignored a local campaign in the 68,730 square kilometre Catalan region, which extends across parts of Spain, France, Andorra and Italy. The language is spoken by over seven million and understood by ten million people.

What renders the pill bitterest of all to swallow is that Apple has released Mac operating systems localized for Catalan in the past, systems between OS 7 and 9 offered this.

It gets worse: The company that localizes Mac OS X for Spanish, Portugese and French is based locally; in Catalonia.
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Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Slashdot | CMU Professor's Rebuttal Against RIAA Propaganda jsc writes "On Sunday, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published an article by Cary Sherman, president of the RIAA, stating that university students are hijacking Internet2 to pirate copyrighted works, and schools who don't actively combat file-sharing are teaching their students bad values like "acceptance of theft". The Post-Gazette didn't let Sherman get away with it, though... Today they published a letter to the paper from Roger Dannenberg, a professor of Computer Science and Music at Carnegie Mellon University, reminding everyone how past/present behavior of the RIAA and its members is an even worse model of values..."