Monday, December 11, 2006

It's a Trap!

Sony tried a pityful stunt to market the psp for this holiday season with some lame and pathetic videos. The resourceful dudes of the figured it out pretty quickly and discovered that the viral marketing agency Zipatoni.
The Guardian is taking the story. NeoGaf makes fun of it.
Hilarity ensues.

So wanna see a really good ad that doesn't try to take you for a fool?
try this one
or if you really want a viral one; why not the Giantology for Shadow of the Colossus or I love bees for Halo2

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Brain Age

began brain age today: 48 years old brain....
Well there is a lot of room for improvement

Jail the Pr0n

Life sentence For pr0n
BEIJING (AP) - The creator of China's largest pornographic Web site was jailed for life on Wednesday, state media reported.

Xinhua News Agency said judges at the Taiyuan Intermediate People's Court in Shanxi province gave the life sentence to Chen Hui and handed down terms of 13 months to 10 years to eight others after they were convicted of profiting from pornographic dissemination.

Chen, 28, and his accomplices started the Qingseliuyuetian (Pornographic Summer) Web site in 2004, and opened a further three porn Web sites, attracting more than 600,000 users.

Xinhua reported that police said it was difficult to know the exact amount of profits the Web site earned. Police found about 200,000 yuan ($25,000) in the bank accounts of the nine.

When the site was closed in October last year, it contained more than 9 million pornographic images and articles, the police said.

China has the world's second-largest population of Internet users after the United States, with more than 123 million people online.

The government encourages Internet use for education and business, but strictly controls content and tries to block access to material deemed pornographic or subversive.

Welln, what can be said? It seems that the world is facing a new outbreak of protect the children from evil porn fallacy lately...

新しい ケイタイ あります!!!

My dad brought me a killer smartphone back from the US of A: a Nokia E61.
Very nice phone indeed: UMTS, EDGE, Wi-fi, Bluetooth: i can now check my mail even when i'm in my bed. Once passed the pain that is to put contact from the old phone to the new one, it's really a joy to use.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Boa Rocks

Got new BoA Mini CD and yes it's awfully cheesy, far too much sweetness, but i'm hooked...
Buy it; it's an order!

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

ZOMG, violent Pr0n

our friends accross the channel found that the invicible iron gamer and the Mighty roleplayer are too strong to fight against, so what did they do?
They attacked a more fringed group of people that are far less prone to revolt

Mother wins ban on violent porn

Liz Longhurst joined by her supporters outside the House of Commons
Liz Longhurst won support from MPs for her campaign

Mother's reaction
A mother whose daughter died at the hands of a man obsessed with violent internet porn has won her fight for a ban on possessing such images.

The government has announced plans to make the possession of violent porn punishable by three years in jail.

It follows a campaign by Berkshire woman Liz Longhurst whose daughter Jane, a Brighton schoolteacher, was allegedly strangled by Graham Coutts.

Mrs Longhurst's campaign was backed by MPs and a 50,000-signature petition.

In November last year the petition won cross-party support when it was presented to the House of Commons and was backed publicly by the solicitor general, Harriet Harman MP.

Since her daughter's death Mrs Longhurst, 74, from Reading, has fought a long campaign to ban the possession of images of sexual violence.

Doubts remain over ban

Mrs Longhurst said: "My daughter Sue and myself are very pleased that after 30 months of intensive campaigning we have persuaded the government to take action against these horrific internet sites, which can have such a corrupting influence and glorify extreme sexual violence."

Jane Longhurst, 31, was found dead on Wiggonholt Common, near Pulborough, West Sussex, on 19 April 2003.

She had been strangled with a pair of tights and her body kept in storage for weeks before it was found.

In 2004, musician Coutts, 36, of Waterloo Street, Hove, West Sussex, was convicted of her murder but on appeal he was ordered to serve a minimum 26 years in jail.

Trial jurors had been told of his obsession with strangulation and how he looked at internet sites connected with the fetish.

It is already a crime to make or publish such images but proposed legislation will outlaw possession of images such as "material featuring violence that is, or appears to be, life-threatening or is likely to result in serious and disabling injury".

Home Office Minister Vernon Coaker MP said: "Such material has no place in our society but the advent of the internet has meant that this material is more easily available and means existing controls are being by-passed - we must move to tackle this."

Mrs Longhurst said legislation, which would apply to all websites, would mean her daughter's death had not been "entirely in vain".

Reading West MP Martin Salter, who backed the campaign, said: "This campaign has taken a huge amount of time and effort but it has struck a chord right across the country.

The move by the government would close a legal loophole.

"It is great news that the Government has not only listened but has responded to calls to outlaw access to sickening internet images, which can so easily send vulnerable people over the edge."

The new law will not target those who accidentally come into contact with obscene pornography or affect mainstream entertainment industry working within current obscenity laws.

But the proposed legislation has drawn opposition from anti-censorship groups and organisations who represent people involved in sadomasochist activities.

Shaun Gabb, director of the anti-censorship organisation the Libertarian Alliance, said: "If you are criminalising possession then you are giving police inquisitorial powers to come into your house and see what you've got, now we didn't have this in the past."

This year five Law Lords sent Coutts' case back to the Court of Appeal to "invite that court to quash the conviction".

It was argued that jurors in the original trial should have been offered the option of manslaughter as well as a murder verdict.

The law is so vague that i'm pretty sure that any fetish could fall under this.
Panties fetish, S&M, military pr0n...
Hey, with some luck even gangsta videoclip would be outlawed...

Bianca, i think that they want you to push you out of business!


Tuesday, August 08, 2006

And i didn't even knew that Israel had a national cricket team !

Thursday, August 03, 2006

House of W

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Out of dimension

Until 08/02,