When you send Scoopt a photo, you automatically grant us an exclusive worldwide licence to market that photo for a period of three months. During this three-month period, you agree not to publish the photo anywhere else.
When the three months are up, the licence becomes non-exclusive. We will still try to sell your photo but now you can also publish it yourself on a photoblog or a picture sharing site — or anywhere else at all.
Check out some of the new features coming to us in Mozilla Firefox 2 Beta 1: browser session restore in case of a crash, support for client-side session and persistent storage, ability to re-open accidentally closed tabs… (0 comments)
Wikipedia article of the day: Bohemian Grove is a 2700-acre campground located at 20601 Bohemian Ave, Monte Rio, California 95462 belonging to a private San Francisco-based men’s fine arts club known as the Bohemian Club. Every year (since 1899) Bohemian Grove is the location of a two-week (covering three weekends) encampment, beginning in the middle of July, of some of the most powerful men in the world. (note: Bohemian Grove is unrelated to Lair of the Golden Bear) (1 comment)
I made a quick script to part-of-speech tag the original list of 6,500 artist names that we were considering. This left us with a set of common band name grammars (popular ones were NNP NNP and NNP #.)
Mocked by comedian Jon Stewart for calling the Internet a bunch of tubes, U.S. Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Ted Stevens said on Thursday he is open to going on Stewart’s popular “Daily Show” for a rebuttal.
and then the moneyshot:
One congressional aide said the show had explained the controversial Net neutrality issue “better than any corporate lobbyist or policymaker I know.”