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A Silent Film Follows a Starlet's Heartbreak in 'Harbour Lights' - Premiere (Rolling Stone)
Oxford alt-rockers A Silent Film are currently crossing North America in
support of their latest effort Sand and Snow released this June on Creative
Media and EMI Now the band's got a new video for their enchanting sing-along
track "Harbour Lights" which intersperses shots of the band playing the cut...
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Afraid of a Zombie virus? Here’s a patent for doomsday (Salt Lake Tribune)
#### Afraid of a Zombie virus? Here’s a patent for doomsday
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Pandemic diagnostic and intervention tool for emergency dispatch, patent No.
8,335,298, invented by Jeffrey J. Clawson of Salt Lake City. Method for
correcting deformational plagiocephaly and other cranial deformations, patent
No. 8,332,978, invented by Steven Warnock of Sandy. Method for making an
electronic assembly, patent No. 8,333,011, invented by Charles Still of
Clinton, Mich., and David R. Stoscup of Plymouth, Mich., assigned to Autoliv
ASP Inc. of Ogden. Isolation elements, including...
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Obama’s jobs council chairman on China: State run communism might not be your cup of tea, but their government works (Michelle Malkin)
_**Written by Doug Powers_
Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of General Electric and head of the President's Council on
Jobs & Competitiveness, had a "made the trains run on time" moment on Monday
while addressing the efficiency of China's form of government -- specifically
Transcript via RCP:
> CHARLIE ROSE, HOST: China is changing. It may be being stabilized as we
speak. What does that mean for China and what does it mean for the United
States? Should it change expectations?
> JEFF IMMELT, CEO OF GE: It is good for China. To a certain extent, Charlie,
11 percent is unsustainable. You end up getting too much stimulus or a mis-
allocation of resources. They are much better off working on a more consumer-
based economy, less dependent on exports. The one thing that actually works,
**state run communism may not be your cup of tea, but their government
Sometimes the perception that a certain political system "works" depends
greatly on if you're the one driving the tank, or the one standing in front of
it. The ChiCom government might be "working" for select people in the country
at the top of that system or even for ...
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Gator Art To Cruise Ft. Lauderdale’s New River (CBS 4 Florida)
Delayed by a day, a 40-ton gator head mounted on a self propelled barge is
expected to cruise downtown Fort Lauderdale on the New River and into the
Intracoastal Waterway on Monday.
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Jay-Z Chats With Older Lady, 'Ellen,' On The Subway En Route To Barclays Center Show (VIDEO) (Huffington post)
For all the swagger that pours from his lyrics, Jay-Z sure comes across as a
nice guy when he rides the subway.
In a brief segment excerpted from "Life + Times," a 24-minute documentary
about the artist's involvement in building the Barclays Center, Jay-Z rides
the subway to his eighth and final show at the arena.
The fact that Jay-Z opted for the R train over his Maybach may be shocking in
itself, but it gets better: While on the train, he meets "Ellen," a charming
older woman who chats with the superstar for a bit. During the encounter, he
explains what he does for a living. "I make music," he says. Apparently
surprised by Jay's choice of transportation, Ellen soon lets loose those four
words we all secretly crave from a parental figure: "I'm proud of you."
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Outdated European Copyright Levy System Descends Further Into Disarray (Techdirt)
A couple of months ago, Ben Zevenbergen explained how the Dutch Supreme Court
was finding it difficult to reconcile different aspects of Europe's copyright
rules. At the heart of the problem is the copyright levy system, effectively a
tax on blank media that is supposed to compensate copyright holders for a
supposed "loss" from copies made for personal use.
One issue is whether this system should also pay for the claimed loss from
unauthorized copies. As Techdirt has reported, study after study suggests that
people who share files spend more on culture. Despite this, copyright
companies cling to the idea that they must be "compensated" for this sharing
by yet higher taxes on blank media.
This has led to huge hikes in the German levy, and big increases in the
Netherlands, where the manufacturers of equipment subject to the copyright
levy have decided to fight back, as reported in this IT World story: _
> Hewlett-Packard, Acer, Dell and Imation are suing the Dutch government over
new levies on hard disks, smartphones, tablets and MP3 players that are meant
to compensate the music and movie industries for losses caused by home
_ The copyright industries want ...