Hungry like the virtual wolf: Duran Duran announces that they will have their own island within the video game Second Life, on which they will perform actual live concerts. Nick Rhodes: “When I first discovered Second Life a few months ago, I was astounded by the possibilities that were there. When I started looking at the figures running around, chatting and interacting, I thought this is somewhere between a bizarre virtual reality TV show, a surreal real-life experience and a video game. Somehow the amalgamation was just irresistible – what became obvious was that Duran Duran should have a presence within there.”
Connecticut State Supreme Court refuses to allow Family Institute of Connecticut to intervene in that state’s ongoing gay marriage case.
Struggling Sheila Kuehl-sponsored California bill that would have mandated gay history be taught in public classrooms is watered down in order to pass. Now, bill simply orders that there be no negative portrayals of gays in textbooks or instructional materials.
P. Diddy promotes his new fragrance Unforgiveable with a ride on a jet ski in a tuxedo. It seems that everyone needs to make a splash with their own fragrance these days. But you know what is more unforgiveable? That someone has invented a new fragrance that smells like Stilton cheese!
A rundown of the new features you can expect in “Leopard”, the next Mac OS. Among the cool features are the ability to replace the backgrounds in iChat with photos and videos…
Can’t get enough of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy”? Arjan points us to a free club mix of the hot track.
Cruising control: A gay rights activist calls for an investigation of the Palisades Interstate Park Police for the homophobic targeting of consenting adults after a judge overturns the conviction of a New Jersey man for lewdness in a public park.