Saturday, December 04, 2010

Links

  • Interactive Kama Sutra Comes to the iPad: But for how long given their content restrictions?
  • Book that caused uproar in Noxon in 1934 reprinted as fundraiser: Based on the residents of a real town, the romance novel "Boxcar, Montana" was suppressed when it first came out in the 1930s.  Now it is being revived as a snapshot of life in the town at that time.
  • The porn supremacy: Porn pioneered many forms of technology, not mentioned: first planned fully 3D TV station in the planning stages... for porn. 
  • Thor: The Mighty Avenger #6 : "It's odd, then, that the cover of the most genuine and sentimental romance comic I've read maybe ever features Thor about to slug Fin Fang Foom with a hammer on the Rainbow Bridge to Asgard."
  • P.S.: I was also going to link to a post about the movie "Beastly" on Examiner.com.  But seriously, Examiner owners, I know you want advertising dollars but I am not going to send anyone to a site with the content squeezed into a postage-stamp sized space surrounded by every kind of blinking, flashing and popping advertisement.  Oy.

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