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kottke.org — How does copyright work in space? When Commander Chris Hadfield covered David Bowie's Space Oddity on board the International Space Station: how were the intellectual property rights handled? The song "Space Oddity" is under copyright protection in most countries, and the rights to it belong to Mr Bowie.
usa.people.com.cn — From editor: Most Chinese people think that Americans are honest, reliable, and righteous. But once you live in the country for a while, you may discover the descriptions above are a bit misleading. Today's topic, "The Dishonest Americans Series", does not refer to all Americans.
pitchfork.com — Daft Punk are standing on a helipad overlooking downtown Los Angeles as fireballs make their sequined suits glisten with hot heat. It's a few days before this year's Coachella, where the duo's shiny new duds will premiere by way of a Jumbotron trailer for their fifth album, Random Access Memories.
jezebel.com — A Reddit user going by the handle "european_douchebag" posted a surreptitious photo of a Sikh woman with the caption "i'm not sure what to conclude from this." The user's apparent confusion stems from the fact that the woman-bound by her religion not to cut her hair or alter her...
gawker.com — For decades, the Wall Street Journal has paid tribute to the wealthy and powerful with a little woodcut-style portrait on its pages. Today, perfection has been attained. Ronald McDonald, the costumed creep who has long terrorized children who simply wanted some chicken-feet nuggets and a Transformers toy, got a WSJ "stipple."
nbcnewyork.com — NBC 4 New York As Anthony Weiner launched his first day on the campaign trail for New York City mayor, it was pointed out that the homepage of his campaign website features the Pittsburgh skyline instead of the Big Apple The Roberto Clemente Bridge and Pittsburgh skyline are clearly seen in the campaign website header, as first noted by Richard Lampasone on Twitter.
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