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Wow. Look at all the sites that closed after MegaUpload got shut down

threecloveredmochi:

itoxicpuppet:

chicksdigthephoenix:

highb100d:

tearoutmyinsides:

MegaUpload - Closed.
FileServe - Closing, does not sell premium.
FileJungle - Deleting files. Locked in the U.S..
UploadStation - Locked in the U.S..
FileSonic - the news is arbitrary (under FBI investigation).
VideoBB - Closed! Will disappear soon.
Uploaded - Banned in the U.S. and the FBI went after the owners who are gone.
FilePost - Deleting all material (will leave executables, pdfs, txts)
Videoz - Closed and locked in the countries affiliated with the USA.
4shared - Deleting files with copyright and waits in line at the FBI.
MediaFire - Called to testify in the next 90 days and it will open doors. Pro FBI
Org Torrent - Could vanish with everything within 30 days “he is under criminal investigation”
Network Share mIRC - Awaiting the decision of the case to continue or terminate Torrente everything.
Koshiki - Operating 100% Japan will not join the SOPA / PIPA
Shienko Box - 100% working China / Korea will not join the SOPA / PIPA
ShareX BR - group UOL / BOL / iG say they will join the SOPA / PIPA

sites that are still up

  • dropbox
  • box.net
  • uh
  • ummmm
  • well
  • uh
  • idk
  • but theres those??

NO

PIIIIIIISS

Notice how it says China/Korea says they won’t join PIPA/SOPA. Now I may be over generalizing it, but what does that say?

(Source: gbdans)

What time was this taken?
#smdh
thebrooklynbanter:

A few joggers brave the wet weather prior to Hurricane Irene on the Belt Parkway Promenade, near the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Photo taken from 91st street, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

What time was this taken?

#smdh

thebrooklynbanter:

A few joggers brave the wet weather prior to Hurricane Irene on the Belt Parkway Promenade, near the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Photo taken from 91st street, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

WUT.
j/k. It’s actually beautifully intense.
newshour:

A supermassive black hole has been found shredding and swallowing a sun-sized star that wandered too close.

WUT.

j/k. It’s actually beautifully intense.

newshour:

A supermassive black hole has been found shredding and swallowing a sun-sized star that wandered too close.

Spell Qaddafi right.

theatlanticvideo:

The West Wing’s Leo McGarry on the Correct Way to Spell ‘Qaddafi’

In the pilot episode of NBC’s West Wing, White House Chief of Staff Leo McGarry calls the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle to correct the spelling of Qaddafi’s name. Unfortunately, the Times hangs up on him before McGarry reveals his correct version, 

17-across is wrong … You’re spelling his name wrong … What’s my name? My name doesn’t matter. I’m just an ordinary citizen who relies on the Times crossword for stimulation. And I’m telling you that I’ve met the man twice, and I’ve recommended a preemptive Exocet missle strike against his airforce so I think I know how … They hang up on me every time.

I totally don’t get QR codes. Actually I get them. Especially in this example. But it’s more like I have not made myself get with the program and install an app to do this. So instead i just see these symbols everywhere and feel confused. Story of my life.
washingtonpostinnovations:

Social sharing, via QR
This Sunday, The Washington Post did a twist on the old QR codes we’ve been putting in the paper. Instead of sending our weekend readers to more Web content or features from a quick QR scan, we sent them straight to a Facebook sharing link. The idea was to pick a story that we thought readers of the Sunday printed product would want to share in the moment. We used Eli Saslow’s piece on a Somali American man whose nephew joined the extremist al-Shabab group, and who now tries to keep others from the lure of jihad. Our logic in launching this was simple: It’s Sunday, we know you’re busy and might never get to your desktop computer to share this. But perhaps you’ve got your smartphone handy to scan a QR code. 
Cory Haik / Deputy editor, Universal News 

I totally don’t get QR codes. Actually I get them. Especially in this example. But it’s more like I have not made myself get with the program and install an app to do this. So instead i just see these symbols everywhere and feel confused. Story of my life.

washingtonpostinnovations:

Social sharing, via QR

This Sunday, The Washington Post did a twist on the old QR codes we’ve been putting in the paper. Instead of sending our weekend readers to more Web content or features from a quick QR scan, we sent them straight to a Facebook sharing link. The idea was to pick a story that we thought readers of the Sunday printed product would want to share in the moment. We used Eli Saslow’s piece on a Somali American man whose nephew joined the extremist al-Shabab group, and who now tries to keep others from the lure of jihad. Our logic in launching this was simple: It’s Sunday, we know you’re busy and might never get to your desktop computer to share this. But perhaps you’ve got your smartphone handy to scan a QR code. 

Cory Haik / Deputy editor, Universal News 

Burger King King was creepy. Good call getting rid of him.
nbcnightlynews:

Burger King is firing the King.

Burger King King was creepy. Good call getting rid of him.

nbcnightlynews:

Burger King is firing the King.