— Rainbow flag disappears from Minnesota campus following campaign on the Facebook website calling for its removal.
— Does Warhol have the fit that’s right? Andy: “Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art.”
— Vancouver postal workers angry about delivering hate mail from fundamentalist Baptist group: “It says AIDS is ‘the plague of the 21st century, the consequences of the sin of homosexuality,’ which it also describes as ‘ungodly, unhealthy and unnatural.'”
— Barry Diller is the highest paid executive in America according to reports, with one-year salary estimates ranging from $85 to $295 million, most of it in stock options.
— Madonna takes adoption case to the Court of Public Opinion.
— Guitarist Andy Taylor splits from Duran Duran. The band had come back together in 2000, but unfortunately, few noticed.
— Patent application for full-screen video iPod revealed.
— Gay vote increasingly important in Brazil: “In Sunday’s presidential run-off, even the conservative candidate, former Sao Paulo state Gov. Geraldo Alckmin, supports a stalled bill in Congress that would legalize gay civil unions. That has won him points with gays who attended the parade, but most support President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.”