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Intellectual Monopolists Revoke Your "Right to Read Out Loud"

New Kindle Audio Feature Causes a Stir -

"They don't have the right to read a book out loud," said Paul Aiken, executive director of the Authors Guild.

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The PWOT Bill Gates Interview

This spoof originally appeared on the now defunct (Pointless Waste of Time) Website in 2000.

The Bill Gates Interview

The Controversial Interview, from February 21, 2000

Q: First of all, thank you, Mr. Gates, for sitting down with us today.

Gates: No problem, Andy. I think your site is the best thing on the internet right now. By far.

Q: That’s very kind. I’d like to start by asking you to look into your crystal ball, so to speak. Where do you see computing five or ten years from now?

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Illiterate Ballmer Presents Apple

Steve Ballmer's Presentation Computer Is...

By Andy Patrizio on April 28, 2008 10:14 PM

Ballmer Presents Apple

Nothing else needs to be said.

(thank you, Digg)

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Why Danny Carlton is Blocked

Go to the "Why Danny Carlton is Blocked" redirect page to see the full article.

You've reached this page because you are Danny Carlton.

Danny Carlton, a.k.a. Jack LewisDanny Carlton is the infamous loony fruitcake who apparently has a problem with Ad Block Plus, the award-winning Firefox plug-in that blocks those intrusive adverts that nobody wants to see, on web sites like Danny Carlton's. This deeply essential anti-spam tool transforms Web browsing from the unbearable slog through (what has become) a cesspool of online advertising, into the Utopian haven of ad-free browsing that we can now enjoy, thus making the Interweb a safe and pleasant land, protecting Web surfers from notorious ad-revenue spammers like Danny Carlton.

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