March 2, 2009
Pirate Bay prosecutor argues for one year prison terms
The chief prosecutor in The Pirate Bay trial wants to see each of the four defendants spend a year in prison for running the BitTorrent tracker website.
“Roswall compared Peter Sunde, Carl Lundström, Frederik Neij and Gottfrid Svartholm Warg’s involvement in The Pirate Bay’s operations with complicity in crimes like assault under Swedish law.”
“Tired of Twittering and chatting with FaceBook pals? Looking for a new fatal distraction? Perhaps it’s time to check out Cisco Systems’ online game tournament – called EdgeQuest 2. The game is designed to entertain while fueling Cisco’s lead generation efforts. But are vendor-driven games worth your time – and Cisco’s marketing budget?”
Who’s still using Windows 3.1? (And Amiga OS?)
David Ramel wants to know who’s still surfing with Windows 3.1 and Amiga.
“Ok, you know who you are. Fess up. CW’s Web analytics app shows somebody accessed our site this month using Windows 3.x. Even more startling, exactly one person used Amiga OS. Amiga OS? .”