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Accentuated

AccentuatedBlendover Episode 121:

Bookended by playful accents, Dwayne DeFreitas guests on Blendover, and we find that Jonathan Lee Richards has filed a new lawsuit. Meanwhile, the Patent War is coming to an end… but what’s next? Later, we discuss stereotypes vs. diversity in TV; and then we catch up on the film adaptation of the Elisa Lam case. Also, what’s up with those Anti-Homeless Spikes in London?

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Topics Discussed:

  • Shout-Outs
  • Mass Shooting Events are now Terrorism
  • Jonathan Lee Riches
  • The Patent Wars of the Early 21st Century
  • Makana
  • Stereotypes vs. Diversity in Television Media
  • The Elisa Lam Case
  • WTF: Spikes for the Homeless
  • #YesAllWomen

BlendoveR is the “trendover” podcast, bringing you the news that the news isn’t covering. Presented by Greg Davies, we focus on topics that are not trending across the web and in the mainstream media, and have a knack accurate predictions of coming events, trends, and media coverage.

 


 

Shout-Outs

Dwayne DeFreitas @ Twitter

Get To The Damn Point

The Drill Down

Terr Ciavarra – Media Nox @ BandCamp

 


 

Mass Shooting Events are now Terrorism

Police officer safety or surplus zeal: Military equipment spurs debate

THIS IS AN UNMISTAKABLE ACT OF DOMESTIC TERRORISM!

 


 

Jonathan Lee Riches

2014Exclusive: A Pair Of Future TMZ “Exclusives” Die Before Your Eyes. Exclusive.

Litigious inmate files motion to intervene in murderer Michael Ballard’s appeal

Michael Eric Ballard pleads guilty to four Northampton murders – UPDATE

Troll seeks restraining order against Donald Sterling, NRA

Wikipedia: Jonathan Lee Riches

 


 

The Patent Wars of the Early 21st Century

All Our Patent Are Belong To You

Apple and Google to end patent lawsuits, work together on patent reform

Apple Vs. Samsung: Apple Wins Battle But Losing War?

Supreme Court decision makes it easier to stick patent trolls with court costs

Two Supreme Court Rulings Making it Harder for Patent Trolls

 


 

Makana

We Are The Many – Makana

Makana sings Occupy protests songs to President Obama and APEC leaders

Makana @ Amazon

Makana – Official Site

Makana @ Facebook

Makana @ Google+

Makana @ Instagram

Makana @ MySpace

Makana @ SoundCloud

Makana @ Twitter

Makana @ Wikipedia

Makana @ YouTube

 


 

Stereotypes vs. Diversity in Television Media

Asian workers now dominate Silicon Valley tech jobs

Redefining Hollywood: ‘Diversity Makes More Money’

This Fall, TV Looks Much More Diverse: Now Don’t Screw It Up

Wikipedia: Silicon Valley (TV Series)

 


 

The Elisa Lam Case

Nicolas Winding Refn NOT Bringing the Elisa Lam Story to the Big Screen

 


 

WTF: Spikes for the Homeless

Anti-homeless spikes are part of a wider phenomenon of ‘hostile architecture’

Anti-Homeless Spikes Installed Outside London Apartment Building Spark Massive Outrage

Outcry over anti-homeless ‘spikes’ in London

Pay This Bench Money or It Will Poke You With Spikes

Supermarket Agrees To Remove ‘Anti-Homeless’ Spikes After Activists Pour Cement On Them

 


 

#YesAllWomen

#YesAllWomen @ Twitter

George Will: Colleges become the victims of progressivism

HOLD THE FUCK UP – Let’s step back for a second, Tumblr!

Washington Post Columnist Claims Being A College Rape Victim Is Now A ‘Coveted Status’

 


 

Music Featured:

  • We Are The Many” by Makana from the album Ripe

 


 

Music used in the BlendoveR Intro Theme was performed and written by GOTHIC KNIGHTS
[Music and clips are copyright to respective owners, and are used under Fair Use]