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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch by Shane Reynolds.



The Great Pacific Garbage Patch by Shane Reynolds.



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Data attributes rock – as both CSS and JavaScript know them

Data attributes rock – as both CSS and JavaScript know them:

Great post about data attributes and how they can help you minimize logic.

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Great Coke Zero and James Bond marketing campaign. Worth the...



Great Coke Zero and James Bond marketing campaign. Worth the watch.



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Great hand-lettering by Martin Schmetzer.



Great hand-lettering by Martin Schmetzer.



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Google I/O 2012 - The Web Can Do That!? Great presention by...




Google I/O 2012 - The Web Can Do That!? Great presention by Eric Bidelman, covering some of my favorite new features in CSS3, some super-interesting bits of HTML5 like and the download attribute, and some amazing A/V demos at the end (getUserMedia FTW). A fantastic preview of the next stage of web applications.



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Great video with lots of different techniques by Studio AIRPORT.



Great video with lots of different techniques by Studio AIRPORT.



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Great movie poster illustration. Pick it up on etsy.



Great movie poster illustration. Pick it up on etsy.



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Great stuff. Seen on FFFFound.



Great stuff. Seen on FFFFound.



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This is awesome. Great Idea by Nate Luetkehans. Seen on...



This is awesome. Great Idea by Nate Luetkehans. Seen on FFFFound.



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Hollywood's Next Great Business Model: Praying That Stars Die

Hollywood's Next Great Business Model: Praying That Stars Die:

parislemon:

When asked why The Bodyguard was pulled from Netflix streaming following Whitney Houston’s death, Dan McDermott got the following response from a Netflix rep:

I just went and talked to my main supervisor as to why the movie had been pulled and the reason it was pulled was the production company pulled the streaming rights from us because all the publicity after Whitney Houston’s passing there was an opportunity to make really a very large amount of money on the DVD sales of her movies. So they’re going to pull all the streaming titles we have of Whitney Houston so they can make more money off the DVD sales of her movies.

What fucking scumbags. Not Netflix, which sadly has no control over situations like this, but the movie studio. 

It seems like Hollywood is eyeing two business models in order to preserve their precious DVD sales (which are tanking more each day):

1) Make it basically impossible to rent a film. It used to be that you could rent a movie the day it came out for sale on DVD. Then it was 30 days later. Now it’s 56 days later. And you can’t even think about renting the films for 28 days.

As a reminder, torrents currently have no such window.

2) Hope and pray that big time stars die to temporarily boost sales. And instead of doing everything in you power to ensure that fans have easy access to remember the stars they cherished, pull all access except for the most expensive and limited variety in order to maximize profits.

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