Geek Links of the Week
The government of New Zealand has released the text of the whole Trans-Pacific Partnership. I’m trying to find a big analysis of it but it’s so big that people are just writing lengthy pieces on small aspects. [New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade]
This week in good news, Disney and JJ Abrams showed an early cut of Star Wars: The Force Awakens to a dying fan. [Furious Fan Boys]
Before this summer, how many people heard of Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars? You may have now that Psyonix hit it big with the release of Rocket League. It wasn’t an easy road to success for the dev. [Eurogamer]
I’ve never heard of this new social network tsu.co but Facebook has. They’re banning all mentions of the new invite-only social network from their network. Shameless begging: If anyone has a way of hooking a blogger up with an invite, my email’s in the about page. [CNN Money]
Comcast threw shade at Google Fiber. Comcast’s customers quickly threw it right back at them. [BGR]
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