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No, EA won't license guns in its 2013 games--but it never has

House bill would mandate guns with .007-style smart tech

www.computerworld.com
Inspired by the latest James Bond film, a House Democrat has filed legislation that would require all U.S. gun manufacturers to build smart technology into handguns to keep unauthorized people from using them....
House bill would mandate guns with .007-style smart tech
EA will no longer pay gun makers for the right to depict weapons in games

Some More Inconvenient Truths: Al Gore Talks About "The Future" at SXSW

allthingsd.com
Former Vice President Al Gore took to the stage at the SXSW interactive festival today to tell a packed auditorium at the Austin Convention Center about the future. No, really, “The Future,” which is the name of his new book, with the heavy-duty subhed of “Six Drivers of Global...
Some More Inconvenient Truths: Al Gore Talks About "The Future" at SXSW

Mark Zuckerberg's Big Lobbying Group Accused Of 'Effectively Bribing Politicians', And 'Misleading Supporters' (FB)

www.businessinsider.com
Mark Zuckerberg's new lobbying group FWD.us is getting blasted by Josh Miller, founder of Branch, an online discussion startup. After meeting with the president of Zuckerberg's lobbying group, Miller says, "FWD.us is employing questionable lobbying techniques, misleading supporters, and not being transparent about the underlying values and long-term intentions of...
Mark Zuckerberg's Big Lobbying Group Accused Of 'Effectively Bribing Politicians', And 'Misleading Supporters' (FB)

EA Says It's Going To Keep Using Manufacturers' Guns In Its Games -- It's Just Done Asking Permission

www.techdirt.com
Given the current climate surrounding guns, violent video games and all points where the two intersect, it's not surprising that a large developer like EA would attempt to distance itself from gun manufacturers. No, EA isn't going to stop making video games with real-life weapons in them. It's going...
EA Says It's Going To Keep Using Manufacturers' Guns In Its Games -- It's Just Done Asking Permission

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?
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