Why Winning the Dancing Baby Lawsuit Is a Big Deal For the Internet

In 2007, a home video of a baby dancing to Prince’s 1984 masterpiece Let’s Go Crazy was uploaded onto YouTube. Eight years and a few dozen lawyers later, a federal appeals court has ruled that uploading the video was an OK thing to do — a judgement that is of surprising importance to the rest of the internet. »9/14/15 9:47pm9/14/15 9:47pm

Woo-Hoo! You Can Eat at Krusty Burger and Drink at Moe's Right Now

Universal Orlando's Springfield expansion to its The Simpsons Ride won't be completely finished and ready for the public for a while. But Fast Food Boulevard, a part of the attraction featuring restaurants from the animated series, officially opened over the weekend and Inside the Magic was there to capture what it's… »6/03/13 10:49am6/03/13 10:49am

Spotify Just Signed Another Major Label, Now Halfway to US Domination

AllThingsD is reporting that EMI Music has just signed a deal with Spotify. Counting Spotify's previous deal with Sony, the awesometastic music service now has two of the four major record labels locked up. The other two? Warner, who has said nice things about Spotify before, and Universal, who happens to be the… »2/17/11 3:15pm2/17/11 3:15pm