You really shouldn’t be reading this. You haven’t even played with the nice new toys Santa brought you.
- Not so fast! According to Ray Beckerman, the lawyer the RIAA loves to hate, the RIAA is still clogging the courts with file-sharing suits, and shows no signs of stopping;
- Matthew Yglesias gets paid to blog. I don’t. Matthew Yglesias has a huge audience. I don’t (this week is an exception). Matthew Yglesias can say almost anything he wants to say. I can say anything I want to say. I think I have the better deal;
- The astonishing Christmas light display of Leon and Ann Paschal (last year’s version – this year’s was bigger);
- Will the New York Times be the next major company to ask for a bailout? Perhaps if the paper reported news rather than burying it…
- In what must be a record for one day, Wal-Mart settles 63 wage-and-hour class actions;
- At what point will lawsuits challenging Barack Obama’s eligibility to serve as President be sanctioned as frivolous? Here comes another one;
- Thoughts on the constitutionality of revoking the pardon to real estate fraud artist Isaac Toussie. It depends on what the meaning of the word “issued” is.
- Is “mark of the beast” litigation the next big thing? Hilarious;
- Eartha Kitt, who had the sexiest voice on earth, has passed away. (Via folo).
Now go play with your toys.