Evolution of Video Games



Video Game Personalities To Follow On Twitter
‘Today, we are going to focus on video game personalities you can follow on Twitter. Plenty of journalists, developers, and brands post on Twitter all the time, and each one brings something interesting to the table. Sure, you can simply read video game articles to keep up with the latest video game news, but if you want a more candid view from the people in the industry, Twitter is the place to turn. Follow these people, and you will be happy you did…’
the gamers

Water-proofing Spray NeverWet
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Want to email like a spy on the run? Use Lavabit
‘Edward Snowden is apparently using the service, which jumped into existence in 2004 as a result of privacy concerns about Gmail.

‘”At the time, Lavabit’s founders felt Gmail was a great service but that Google was actively violating the privacy of its users by displaying ads related to keywords in their e-mail,” says the Lavabit official website…’

Cassette Tapes Haunt Amazon-
Amazon sued $2.4 million in ‘blank cassette levy’ case

‘If you were born before the early 90s, chances are you’ve had more than a few dabblings with blank CDs and DVDs. You just might have forgotten about it.

‘However, Austrian copyright administrator Austro-Mechana certainly hasn’t forgotten about it, and is looking to reclaim at least €1.8m ($2.4m USD) in taxes for sales of blank recording media from e-commerce giant Amazon.

‘As outlined in a press release issued yesterday by the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg, the action brought by the copyright body relates to a period from 2002 to 2004, and it claimed an amount of €1,856,275 for the first half of 2004 alone, while seeking an order requiring Amazon to provide additional accounting data so it could establish how much it should owe for the remainder of that period…’


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