Looks like Netflix may be about to start to do their dirty work for them: Netflix's new terms allows the termination of accounts using a VPN
Though I'd probably vote for metadata, I'll submit LOVEINT as it's creepier cousin.
So essentially, ignorance of the law can be an excuse?
This is the part I'm interested in. Why read books on this and not actual books? The newspaper part I understand. iPods, ditto. I'm not trolling or trying to start an argument, just curious. Sorry if it seems unenlightened.
The public domain contents of Google books alone would be my biggest incentive to buy any device in this category one day.
That museum video is equal parts horror & comedy.
That's another thing I find odd about Tool. They're all Sacred Geometry and stuff, but some of their fans are just angry munters.
Funnily enough, some of the Tool members themselves have the exact same sentiment
Specifically the question: "Do you feel out of touch with your audience?"
Also, from the same interview on the subject of that 'sacred geometry' crap.
"... some of that stuff just might naturally, accidentally come out. But it's not in any way a product of our design."
I found it an interesting counter to what a lot of Tool fans spout like gospel. I just buy the albums because I like the music.