• Judge: Give Sony the IP Addresses of Anyone Who Visited Hacker Geohot’s Website

    6 Mar 2011, 00:03 by Milkshake8

    I've got bad news for those who have checked out the website of my favorite hacker-turned-rapper, George "Geohot" Hotz, at any point between January 2009 and now: Sony has been granted the right to acquire your IP addresses.

    Bluehost, the company who maintains Hotz's website, doesn't have much choice in the whole matter, of course:

    The approved subpoena requires the company to turn over "documents reproducing all server logs, IP address Logs, account information, account access records and application or registration forms" tied to Hotz's hosting. The Bluehost subpoena also demands "any other identifying information corresponding to persons or computers who have accessed or downloaded files hosted using your service and associated" with the website, including but not limited to the " file."

    Sony justified the subpoena by claiming that the data is…
  • Top 65 Albums, 12 EPs, and 10 Splits of 2007!

    3 Jan 2008, 21:33 by AtacamaRain

    Aight here it is all of you who still care, my year end list, once again none of these numbers are set in stone, but they are still in a general ranking as far as what i liked the most, (aka the difference from #42 to #50 isnt that great, but of course the difference from #1 to #50 is). This is nothing comparison to my 06 list but what can i say, i have a bit more of a life now and dont listen to music as much as i used to, deal with it. I dont even get why i ramble on each year before my lists to justify this stuff, someones gonna bitch anyways, so without further ado:


    1.Daniel Striped Tiger – Capital Cities
    2.Melt-Banana – Bambi's Dilemma [Noise-Rock]
    3.Blues – Snakepit
    4.Big Business – Here Comes the Waterworks [Stoner/Sludge]
    5.Do Make Say Think – You, You're A History In Rust [Post-Rock]
    6.Black Elk – Black Elk [Post-Hardcore]
    7.Rosetta – Wake/Lift (& Cleansing Undertones of Wake/Lift) [Sludge/Ambient]
    8.L'antietam – Arthur Carr