Facebook’s Latest Changes and You

I’m sure you’ve heard by now that Facebook has nefariously changed their terms of service in a bid to grab copyright to all your photos and text. That, coupled with the fact that they are making serious inroads in their efforts to pull all innovative ideas straight out of your brain via electrotelepathy, is worrisome Read More …

Internet Thief Tries Virtual Art Heist, Calls it “Art Project”

Jonathan Bailey’s latest post on PlagiarismToday.com reminded me of how he and I first met. It seems that artists are now the preferred target of scrapers – ironically, about the time Google’s image search gets pretty good, and the only good likely to come of all this is that it may provide incentives for it Read More …

Fair Warning and a Picture of the Deadly Black Jalapeno

The growth-stunted angry black jalapeno rips off its innocuous tiny white flower to burst into being as an angry red nubbin about the size of a baby ladybug. That’s how I look when people plagiarize my stuff, by the way. Read More …