Tags To Riches of the Day: Graffiti artist David Choe is no slouch when it comes to getting his hands dirty for big names: His artwork covers Jay-Z and Linkin Park's Collision Course; he's provided set decorations for Juno; an
Product Displacement of the Day: Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel (CSA), the French institution charged with monitoring radio and television content, has banned the words "Facebook" and "Twitter" from French airwaves. The popular social networks are only to be named when immediately germane to the topic at hand (e.g., a news story about either company).
What's In A Name of the Day: In an effort to give their newborn "a name that was unique and that was one-of-a-kind," an Israeli couple has decided to call their daughter "Like," after the familiar Facebook gesture.
Proud dad Lior Adler said he did have second thoughts: A hospital clerk's indifference caused him to worry that the name wasn't weird enough. "Her lack of enthusiasm ma
Another Follow Up of the Day: A Facebook rep released a statement yesterday concerning its controversial removal of an EastEnders screencap of two men kissing from a post about a gay kiss-in protest in London, saying the photo doesn't violate any policies "and was removed in error."
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Unfriendly Policy of the Day: Richard Metzger @ Dangerous Minds recently received a rather puzzling e-mail from Facebook, informing him that a photo his site posted on Facebook had been removed for violating "Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities," which prohibits "shares that contain nudity, or any kind of graphic or sexually suggestive content."