Linkblogging for 12/10/09

Just a few quick links today:

An app for (ptui!) iPhone that splits the universe for you.

Terence Eden suggests we should mutualise the post office.

Rick Veitch draws Harvey Pekar as Darkseid.

Peter Watts wonders what the drug companies are going to do about the apparent increased effectiveness of placebos.

Pillock saw Yoko Ono in a Corolla.

And Marc looks at his favourite solo Lennon.

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2 Responses to Linkblogging for 12/10/09

  1. Hexar says:


    I don’t have an iPhone, and I couldn’t justify the monthly costs if I wanted one, but I don’t get the hate.

    • Andrew Hickey says:

      I hate them because Apple are a gigantic multinational corporation who charge ridiculous amounts of money for products which they create by ring-fencing the commons (taking BSD operating systems and closing them up) but who manage to persuade people that by buying their products rather than the near-identical products of their competitors, they’re being rebellious – and people actually feel smug for falling for their advertising.
      I also hate Apple because they have a de facto monopoly on legal downloads of music, while blocking users of competing software from purchasing music from their store.

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