Here’s an example of “people power” reversing a decision in a matter of hours. Ad company Adshel initially agreed to take to take down safe sex posters created by JuniorBrisbane for QAHC (Queensland Association...
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Here’s an awesome app for intrepid travelers. It’s called Bribespot. It uses geotagging to report instances of bribery and corruption. It’s a simple way to help you make choices about planning your route if...
After years and years of Australia losing out on video games simply because the government deemed them too risqué and a DANGER TO THE YOUTH OF THE NATION, Australia will finally have an R18...
“The goal of National Opt-Out Day is to send a message to our lawmakers that we demand change,” reads the call to action at OptOutDay.com, set up by Brian Sodegren. “No naked body scanners, no government-approved groping. We have a right to privacy, and buying a plane ticket should not mean that we’re guilty until proven innocent.”
A new form of file transferring has emerged, almost like a speakeasy USB hub; and it’s sticking out of a wall.
Ok, “RAGE” might be a strong term.
We’ve all seen it. A company spokesperson, or even the CEO, shows up on TV and tells you what a wonderfully socially responsible company XWZ is. Well now, instead of just helplessly sitting on your couch, Project Label is giving you a chance to throw in your opinion about a company to help create what is called a “social nutrition” label.
The Daisy. A symbol of happiness, peace, and the hippy movement.
Well back off! Because “the man” just trademarked it!
Is Al Jazeera poised to become American’s source for international news?
Flying can be frustrating; we all know that. But now there’s a new, instant, and very satisfying way to vent the rage that comes from sitting in a stifling hot airplane for 2 hours and having the pilot announce, “We’ll let you know when we are cleared for takeoff.” You can tweet your hateful outrage right from your seat.