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Another awesome TF2 video:
Now that you’ve seen that, no time to waste, straight to the goods:
So it looks like NBC truly is insane. They split up with iTunes are now getting into bed with Amazon to sell their digital content… at you guessed it.. the same price it sold at iTunes for. And here’s another head scratcher for you. Though admittedly it’s a peculiarity coming from Sony so no-one should be overly surprised, but the question remains; what brilliant combination of people decided that in order to see any Sony video-game screenshot or wallpaper download you have to see this dialog pop up on every single image you want to see. So we’re talking about having to deal with this dialog box potentially dozens of times if you want to see the screenshots from some latest game they are either developing or publishing. No wonder the PS3 is doing so well.
Ahh the Labour (or Labor – the way you crazy Americans spell it) day edition of geeky distractions. Isn’t it ass-backwards that no-one works on Labour day? Shouldn’t this be the day everyone pulls up their socks instead of surfing crackbook or making their way through Bioshock. Ahhh, nevermind, I’m just bitter that my 360 isn’t back yet
Geeky Distractions… end of August edition.
Today’s big news is that NBC is dropping iTunes (no doubt cause of their stake in Hulu… nevermind the retarded name), and Apple in response is calling NBC out on its, to put it mildly, stupidity. Here’s how I envision the negotiations went:
NBC: We want to renegotiate our contract.
Apple: Cool, how about that iPhone, pretty snazzy eh?
NBC: We’re doubling our wholesale prices
Apple: Are you retarded?
NBC: $4.99 / episode is the cheapz0rz!
Apple: Seriously, are you retarded?
NBC: We quit
Apple: No wonder you retards are in 4th place.
Now on to some other news:
Reminder: Just a few days left in our SUMO giant-ass bean-bag contest. Keep on sending in those entries are team of monkey judges await to see your gaming setups. Now for today’s totally distracting news bits:
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