- 1 Overview of FairGame
- 2 Are you sure?
- 3 Did this review miss something on diversity?
- 4 In a Mortgage-Crisis Settlement, Did a Bank Get Off Easy?
- 5 Is it any good?
- 6 What are VitalSource eBooks?
- 7 What is FAIR GAME?
- 8 What’s the story?
- 9 Where Does this Leave the Software Industry?
- 10 You haven’t finished your review yet, want to submit as-is?
- 11 History of FairGame
Overview of FairGame
Are you sure?
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Did this review miss something on diversity?
Research shows a connection between kids’ healthy self-esteem and positive, diverse representations in books, TV shows, and movies.
In a Mortgage-Crisis Settlement, Did a Bank Get Off Easy?
An accord with the Justice Department requires Credit Suisse to pay $2.8 billion in consumer relief, but others are providing much of it.
Is it any good?
Director Doug Liman takes a story about secret meetings, phone calls, and article-writing and makes it dynamic and suspenseful.This kind of political thriller can be tricky to make; the tendency is either to throw in too much politics or too many thrills (see Green Zone for an example).But Liman finds a nice balance with FAIR GAME, sticking fairly close to the real-life facts, even if he does employ a few tried-and-true Hollywood tricks for easy shortcuts.
What are VitalSource eBooks?
Routledge & CRC Press eBooks are available through VitalSource.The free VitalSource Bookshelf® application allows you to access to your eBooks whenever and wherever you choose.
What is FAIR GAME?
FAIR GAME: A Chicago Spectacle is a new, student-written play that will be created and performed this fall.The show is presented by Sit & Spin, a not-for-profit student theatre group committed to expanding the definition of theatre by giving artists opportunities to explore unconventional, risk-taking and site-specific works.FAIR GAME will take place in Cahn Auditorium this fall (Nov 30-Dec 2).Audience members will be completely surrounded by the show; they have freedom to roam the entire building and follow whichever actors or scenes catch their interest.
What’s the story?
In 2001, Valerie Plame (Naomi Watts) is working as a covert CIA operative.Her husband, Joseph Wilson (Sean Penn), is a former ambassador.After reports of a huge sale of yellow cake uranium, the CIA agrees to send Wilson to Niger to investigate.He determines that no such sale took place, but months later, the White House reports the opposite and uses this information to justify going to war in Iraq.Wilson responds by writing an op-ed piece in the New York Times.Unfortunately, Plame’s identity comes out in a subsequent news story, thereby destroying her career.The timing couldn’t be worse: She was in the middle of trying to rescue a family from Iraq.And now she and her family are receiving death threats …
Where Does this Leave the Software Industry?
The Supreme Court's reversal of the Federal Circuit's
judgment is on balance a win for the technology industry,
especially those companies for whom achieving interoperability with
existing platforms is required for product offerings.The decision
provides protection for software developers who otherwise would
need licenses to copy portions of APIs to make their programs
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