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Thursday, August 21, 2003
Wednesday, August 20, 2003
`Miami Vice' Actor Johnson May Sue German Ministry, Stern Says
"Johnson is claiming that the Finance Ministry tipped the media off about the case and his lawyer, Hamburg-based Matthias Prinz, is preparing to seek damages, the German magazine said, without saying where it obtained the information."
Tuesday, August 19, 2003
Cape Times - Hollywood finds itself at the mercy of cellphone-toting teenagers
The upshot is that people can communicate that a movie sucks faster and thus the industry can no longer "buy the gross" i.e. heavily promote a film they know will tank and still make money.
Monday, August 18, 2003
Yahoo! News - Man Shoots Six at His Surprise Party
"The man found out about the party in a forest cabin in south Norway beforehand and hid behind trees nearby with a shotgun as about 30 guests turned up on Saturday night, hoping to turn the surprise on his friends, " who were surprised he shot them.
The New Diamond Age
Two new diamond processes are coming out which threaten DeBeers stranglehold on the diamond market. Diamonds aren't rare, but supply is tightly controlled along with the large amount of marketing that has been done, diamond prices are artificially inflated. [Previous blog on this topic
]. While the eventual goal of the companys behind these processes is to make industrial products such as diamond wafers for chipmaking, they will finance themselves in the short term by selling diamonds to consumers.
Sunday, August 17, 2003
: "Britain is running low on beer "
"Brewing giant Carlsberg-Tetley was forced to ship in emergency supplies of lager from abroad because of this summer's heatwave, it emerged today. "
"Everybody has been working flat out to meet demand but we've also had to call over to Copenhagen to get them to ship some extra supplies in. "