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Was the mighty CrackBerry the victim of a drive-by shooting by rival drug lord Steve Jobs in a getaway car driven by Android?
According to Taiwanese animators, the answer is a resounding — albeit not altogether tasteful — yes.
Next Media Animation, which first leapt to the world’s attention with a cartoon version of Elin Nordegren going after Tiger Woods with a golf club, has just released a one-minute film illustrating BlackBerry maker RIM’s troubles.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
Tagline: President by day. Hunter by night.
Seth Grahame-Smith, author of the history-horror mashup novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, gets to adapt his own book for the screen (ka-ching!) in a film that purports to delve into the legendary American president's secret journals. What do we learn? Only that "Honest Abe" had a double life as history's greatest ever hunter of the undead.
Taiwanese animation company, Next Media Animation, is covering the Facebook IPO in its own surrealistic way.
The 1999 made-for-television movie about how Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created Apple, and their impact on the development of the personal computer. Along the way they establish close relations to Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer and Paul Allen of Microsoft. The film follow both personal and professional events, spanning from the early 1970s to 1997.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is secretly negotiated, instead of debated by elected politicians. More people need to be informed about this process – pass it on.