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Comic-Book Superrman Impervious To Copyediting

Executives at DCC Comics have announced the debut of comic-book character Superrman, whose invulnerability to copyediting protects him from nefarious outside forces and intellectual-property lawsuits. “Thrill to the exploits of Superrman, the only child of a doomed plant! Gasp in awe at his Superr-Strength, X-Roy Vision, and his ability to leap mall buildings in a single bounce!” read a press release issued by DCC. “Superrman’s only weakness? His vulnerability to…

More likely to have a mobile, use the net, listen to radio and read papers: it's the girl

After one of the most comprehensive studies of the effect on children of the explosion in media choices of the past 15 years, the regulator Ofcom said girls aged 12 to 15 are more likely than boys to have a mobile phone, use the internet, listen to the radio and read newspapers or magazines. Only when it comes to playing computer and console games do boys overtake girls. Given the…

Trek 2.0, Boldly Going to Hell

Hey, do you feel your TV is too big? Do you long to combine your television viewing experience with dopey chat-room talk about sex with robots? Is your knowledge of Star Trek so encyclopedic that the term “spoiler” means nothing to you? Then G4 TV has a show for you! –Lore Sjöberg –Trek 2.0, Boldly Going to Hell (Wired) The background image on my laptop is a graphic of the original…