It’s that time again, folks. How about a roundup of fun stuff that requires little to no explanation? The image you see is courtesy of Broken TV, and pretty accurately sums up how sick of anti-piracy notices I am on media that I’ve either bought or rented. While I’m on the subject, Boing Boing had a great screen cap of what kids who attempt to settle P2P lawsuits via the RIAA’s site see Anti-RIAA Manifesto.
And now, the links!
Google Video has the entirety of the BBC special ’End Day‘, which gives five possible ‘end of the world’ scenarios told in the span of a single day. Creepy and cool.
I’m a huge fan of Satoshi Kon’s films, and the upcoming Paprika looks just as awesome as his others. Check it.
Internet Radio might have just had it’s death knell rung with the Copyright Royalty Boards decision to drastically up the fees for streaming ‘net radio which, not only go into effect retroactively, but constitute upwards of 125% of sites like Radio Paradise’s revenue. Well done, you fuckers.
The Smoking Gun has a great collection of actual Super Bowl half-time show complaints, which should serve to further destroy any faith in your fellow Americans.
I can’t believe I keep forgetting to post this gem of a clip, but Santasm is the belated holiday cheer you need. And no, you can’t unwatch it.