Friday: December 14, 2012
- University of Chicago receives mystery package addressed to one Henry (Indiana) Jones Jr.
An interesting read if only for the care and detail that went into the package itself. The package was received by the admissions department and reportedly almost thrown out until a student worker made the discovery. Could this be some new viral marketing in the making or a student with a really unique application package? Who knows - but either way, this is pretty neat.
Tuesday: November 3, 2009
- Apple trying to pitch iTunes subscriptions to television networks.
...Apple is pitching a monthly subscription service to the TV networks, an iTunes-based alternative to cable packages that would cost about $30 per month.
Thursday: September 10, 2009
- Google would really like to start receiving micropayments from you for select content.
The system could allow consumers to buy a package subscription to several publications and then pay for other stories on an a la carte basis.
Monday: August 24, 2009
- Metroid Prime Trilogy available today for your beloved Nintendo Wii.
The first two installments of Prime series now include 16:9 widescreen versions and an updated control scheme for Wiimotes (so you can flail your arms around and duck behind the couch when Ridley attacks).