First Life bills itself as a 3D Analog World. It makes ambitious claims about the users’ ability to ‘work, reproduce and perish.’ There does not seem to be a terms of service agreement, suggesting that users would have to rely upon the court system for intellectual property protection, a distinct disadvantage compared to, for example,…
My son asked me to order a “Get Fuzzy” book for him and I wound up blogging.
NY Times article on the demand letter
A website named StereoGum hosted this video and attorneys for Universal sent a demand letter and posted a courtesy copy in the comments thread as well as a copy of Universal’s letter to Bank of America (See the November 13 comments here for the text of the letter…
NY Times: “Agencies Are Watching as Ads Go Online.”
You will not be able to get the “Woo Hoo” song out of your head if you watch these consecutively.
This seems to be an authorized Vonage ‘People Do Stupid Things” commercial
Here is a self-described ‘mockery’ of the Vonage ad:
Another, labeled ‘Vonage…
Eric Goldman on more coulrophobia.