Radiohead Fans Vs. Black-Market Sellers: The Battle To Leak The ‘OK Computer’ Tapes
How did this treasure trove of music, made more than 20 years ago by one of the most critically acclaimed bands of all time, find its way to the internet now? It involves a black-market rap leaker being outmaneuvered by one of the internet’s most active musical fanbases.
Uber was the most valuable private company in history, but the public market has not been as enthusiastic. The reason explains a lot about how the tech industry works.
There was a time when the iPAQ was ubiquitous part of the handheld market. But before that, the forgotten Compaq-borne brand surfaced in many bizarre contexts.
Beverly Hilton Pool Area – April 2019 (JF) We’ve assembled the below from published lists of loglines of the winning Black List screenplays for the years 2017 and 2018. The Black List screenplays represent the most popular screenplays amongst producers and directors and writers … screenplays that have yet to be produced into a film […]
A lonely poet has made a living writing poetry suicide notes in the world of the black market for people before they are about to commit suicide. No one knows she does this for a living, not even her boyfriend. It starts to wear on her and her relationship with her boyfriend starts to suffer as she withdraws from their relationship as he needs her most. Her boyfriend starts to question his own life and the twist at the end is he finds her business and contacts her about a suicide poetry letter.
Directed by Nick Mayer (USA)
Time to start with another one of my disclaimers. I love Antimatter so a new album by Mick Moss would have to be dreadful for me not to like it. That said, I do tend to have higher expectations for bands that I love. Fortunately, not only is “Black Market Enlightenment” a good album, it’s […]
After discovering a place here in Fresno that makes fresh ramen noodles daily, my interest in ramen has ratcheted up even more. On trips to Asia, particularly Japan, it has been a highlight. And on trips across our great country, ramen has always been a forethought rather than an afterthought. It was also my main […]
The Three Faces of Eve is a 1957 hit movie about a woman with Multiple Personality Disorder (now called Dissociative Identity Disorder). In the movie, Eve White, a timid housewife experiences severe headaches and occasional blackouts leading her to seek out a psychiatrist. While in therapy a different and distinct personality is discovered, the mischievous […]
This recently published report examines the global Black Carbon Sensor Devices for Air/Gas Monitoring market for the projected period of 7-years, i.e. between 2018 and 2025. The report highlights the accomplishments and opportunities lies in the market throughout the forecasted period. The report offers the thorough information about the overview and the scope of the global […]
I was talking to my stockbroker today and I said, “Waiter!” – Jay Leno, October 1987 Jay Leno’s opening joke on the Tonight Show got a huge laugh from the audience, and with good reason. That may sound a bit odd, but you need to consider the context. You see, his wisecrack came within days […]
One of the questions I get asked the most about my home is where I bought my black pendants that hang on either side of my bed. I originally fell in love with black rattan pendants when I saw Kristin Cavallari’s Instagram story in her kitchen one day, and I saw the cluster of bold, […]
Between 2002 and 2012, I was selling Shiver Soap in church basements, community centres and small festivals as a hobby artisan. I created the Half Moon based on what I wanted from craft show: a high level of organization from leaders, strong advertising effort despite small budgets and most importantly, I wanted innovation, affordability and a sense […]
KeyBank’s LaKisha Jordan Named one of the 100 Most Influential Blacks in Connecticut by the NAACP KeyBank today announced that LaKisha Jordan, Corporate Responsibility Officer for its Connecticut and Western Massachusetts markets, has been named as one of the “100 Most Influential Blacks in Connecticut” for 2018 by the State Conference of NAACP Branches. The designation […]