“Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.”
StubHub victim of international cyber fraud ring, company say
Reuters: eBay’s online ticket resale service StubHub announced late Tuesday that it was the victim of a massive international cyber fraud ring.
The company’s head of global communications said his firm had been working with law enforcement around the world for the last year on the case, which authorities plan to disclose details of on Wednesday as they announce arrests.
Guys, web rings took a turn for the worse after the 1990s. Now look what happened to them, good thing their mom GeoCities isn’t alive to see this.
Twilight of the Pizza Barons
"Believing more choices meant more chances for screwed-up orders, Monaghan insisted on a bare-bones menu: only small and large pizzas and Coke to drink. “We had to beg on our knees to get Diet Coke in,” says Harry Silverman, a former Domino’s chief financial officer."
"Little Caesars grew slowly until the mid-1970s, when Ilitch started promoting two-for-one pizza deals. “Pizza! Pizza!” worked so well that he installed conveyor-belt ovens to keep pies coming."
AMC/HBO/ETC, I have a TV show for you. It’s called Barons, it’s set in Detroit in the 70s and 80s, and instead of the standard one brooding man building an empire, it’s got TWO! That’s two times as many movie stars to leverage. Not to mention the obvious love from social media you’ll get from all the listicles going nuts over a tv drama that involves pizza.
I’ll take my emmy now.