The Minnesota Orchestral Association was six weeks into labor negotiations with its musicians in 2012 when it purchased at least 12 domain names with variations of the phrase "Save Our Minnesota Orchestra."On Wednesday, Song of the Lark, a blog run by Emily Hogstad, revealed that those URLs were sco ... More >>
"Woof!" said the dog. "Find another job," said Gregg Steinhafel.Target Corporation is hiring, but not just stockers and swipers for Black Friday: Now, they also need someone who knows how to keep Target.com from crashing.Yesterday, Target announced that online president Steve Eastman was leaving ... More >>
Just in time for the news that Northern Illinois' Jerry Kill is the new head football coach at the University of Minnesota, Comcast killed the Internet in Illinois and Minnesota. And in Michigan and Indiana, too. Update: The company's keeping quiet about exactly what happened, and why.
It's claiming violations of the Federal Trademark Act and deceptive trade practices, and accusing the organization of cybersquatting.
National American University or Naughty American University... Which would you rather attend?
Petters also owns polaroidsofmywife.com, nakedpolaroids.com, and shakeitlikeapolaroid.com. What kind of online personality is this guy trying to create?
Predictably enough, John McCain's fundraising appearances in Minnesota yesterday spawned another round of speculation about the possible inclusion of Tim Pawlenty on a presidential ticket.
DeLay to resign, RIAA doesn't like you burning your CDs onto your iPod, .xxx for pr0n has been shelved, the 50 greatest independent films of all time, a mushroom cloud over Las Vegas, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Remember some two months ago when conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt announced that he was going to start a web site devoted to a daily fisking of our local socialist rag the Star Tribune? Well apparently that idea generated about as much fervor as the arrivals of New Coke and Chris Gaine ... More >>
Online retailing giant eToys.com plays legal hardball with a similarly named group of digital artists
While some business owners fight for their names in court, David Unowsky surrenders Hungry Mind the easy way
Local politicos find themselves tangled in the Web