“Tiger Woods is banned from letting girlfriends near his kids in a divorce deal netting his ex a record $750 million settlement, The Sun reported Wednesday. The golfer agreed to keep single women away from daughter Sam, three, and son Charlie, one. He can bring a new flame into their lives only if he marries her. In return, former wife Elin Nordegren ,30, gets the biggest payout ever seen in a celebrity divorce. But she can never publicly speak out over his alleged flings with socialite Rachel Uchitel, reality star Jaimee Grubbs, porn queen Joslyn James and up to 17 others.”—FOXNews.com - Elin Nordegren Gets $750M, Custody of Kids in Exchange for Silence in Tiger Woods Divorce
“Want to try FaceTime? Give us a call," the Apple promo text message said to iPhone 4 users on Friday, pitching a cool new feature that lets users see each other while they talk on the phone. Just one little problem. The number in the message sent out to try and win new users was 1-888-332-3846, and that number belongs to Brilliant Bouquet Company in Chaska. Apple meant to send out this number: 1-888-FACETIME (322-3846). But ever since the gaffe, thousands of people have called the shop — and caused a major headache.”—Apple promo goof buries Chaska flower shop in phone calls - Minneapolis / St. Paul News - The Blotter
"…Those same subversive tendencies that led Jann Wenner to help found the magazine in 1967 were reawakened under the presidency of George W. Bush. And now, rather unexpectedly, Mr. Wenner’s magazine is hitting its journalistic stride — aggressively tackling the American government on financial regulation, the environment and the war in Afghanistan — with a Democrat in the White House, one that Mr. Wenner supported.”
Fashionistas, take notice. London-based Burberry is plugging its typically stylish fall/winter 2010 collection with a new digital campaign that’s centered on a new website where visitors can get use their mouse to manipulate several images and videos featuring Blue Steel-faced models and their new Burberry gear. ( via Media Bistro)
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