Thursday, April 11, 2013

Dear Drew - What Had Happened Was Episode 8

Welcome to another episode of What Had Happened Was. In today's episode we explore some interesting "science", some new privacy laws (hopefully), large corporations bluffing start ups, bad internet service providers, and our unbelief at an article about "voluntary kidnapping". Listen to it all on today's episode, "Dear Drew..."

Show Notes:

  1. How a banner ad for H&R Block appeared on—without Apple’s OK - Ars Technica
  2. Comcast Caught Hijacking Web Traffic - Ryan Kearney Blog
  3. News Corp threatens to move Fox to cable-only channel if Aereo isn't shut down - The Verge
  4. New California "Right to Know" Act Would Let Consumers Find Out Who Has Their Personal Data -- And Get a Copy of It -
  5. Study: Walmart Most Popular Place For People To Fall In Love At First Sight - CBS Houston
  6. Consensual kidnapping service, inspired by The Game - Boing Boing

[Where is the fucking counterculture? Mythos Media.]

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