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Adele Major
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Producer @ B-Reel. Australian, unwilling nomad. Scandophile. Likes Mexican food.
Producer @ B-Reel. Australian, unwilling nomad. Scandophile. Likes Mexican food.

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Blog post up - The perils of drinking and tweeting, aka why Wil Anderson thinks I'm a psycho. http://adelemajor.com/?p=1485

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Just watch this. Right now.
This is too good to pass off, my childhood soul has demanded for this to be shared immediately.

Hey Googlers, if I have two Google+ accounts (eg one for work and one for home), can I link them somehow? Bad enough having Facebook, Twitter and Google+, but two Google+ = social media hellscape.

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The copyright monopoly is now officially insane. Yesterday, in a verdict in the UK, a non-copy was judged infringing on the copyright monopoly (which, by definition, is a monopoly on copying).

http://falkvinge.net/2012/01/26/copyright-monopoly-goes-insane-non-copy-judged-as-infringing/

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After discovering my senator, Dianne Feinstein, had no Twitter account, I sought a more low-tech to communicate my displeasure over her PIPA support. Wow, no Facebook or Google+ account, either.
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This is what the internet is made for!! Hitler reacts to SOPA. (under SOPA posting this clip to youtube would be liable for 5 years in prison)

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Hey Google, check out the misleading crap the MPAA is saying about you, trying to say that copyright takedown notices are censorship and yet #SOPAs DNS changes/arbitrary asset freezes without a court order would apparently not be. MISLEADING AS HELL.

"Google has not blacked out its website but it is also protesting today. Here are the facts about Google: it has more power than any other company or country in blocking searches or websites. It already blocks searches in the United States without claiming censorship. As it states on its policy blog today, “Last year alone we acted on copyright takedown notices for more than 5 million webpages.” Google knows full well that what it already does in the U.S.—and what it would be required to do under the proposed legislation—is not “censorship.”
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