Friday, May 29, 2009

Hair & Fashion Show Tuesday June 2nd 2009

Play Girl Tuesdays Hair and Fashion Show on Tuesday June 2nd at Blue Ice Nightclub 22 Broadway Denver Colorado

This will be a great ladies night featuring the Hair stylings of Hot Heads Salon of Cherry Creek 162 st Paul Cherry Creek Colorado 303 399-3822 (for hair appointments)

The event will be held at Blue Ice Nightclub 22 Broadway Denver Colorado.
Happy Hour Drink Specials from 8pm-10pm

Fashion Show starts at 10:30pm

The event will be hosted by Jake Kulesh April 2008 Play Girl Centerfold

Today's Hotest Hip Hop, Reggae, Electro House and Oldschool hit music spun by World Famous DJs DJ Emir & Dangerous Dan smashiting it up on the wheels of steel in a four turntable set.

This is a great Denver Ladies Night with plenty of perks for the ladies including eye candy straight from the pages of Playgirl magazine itself! Actual Playgirl centerfold models! A different model each month!

Drink specials all night including:
$1 Domestic Beers
$2 Wells
$3 Jager Shots
$4 Cosmopolitans
$5 Martinis

For Flyer Designs like the One above
check out E-Designs the Design Division
They have extensive experience producing some
of the worlds best Nightclub Flyer Designs
and have plenty of samples to look at on their web site.

-Vanessa V.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Is Sarah Palin A Crack HO?

Well obviously Palin is not a "Crack HO" but a prank was recently spotted that used a url redirect from which then pointed to her official website.

A simple prank against former GOP VP nominee and current Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has finally come to the attention of Alaskan authorities, resulting in a cease-and-desist order as well as somewhat misdirected copyright claims. The owner of the site in question has caved to legal pressure, although one has to admit that the whole series of events was worth a chuckle.

Houston-based DJ Shu Latif registered ages ago (according to a Whois search, 1998), but decided to give the site a fresh face in 2008 after Governor Palin was chosen as the Republican Vice President nominee. She changed the redirect settings so that all traffic to would go directly to Sarah Palin's official website.

The change apparently flew under the radar until earlier this month, when Alaska's Attorney General Michael Barnhill sent a letter (PDF) to Latif demanding that she knock it off. Clearly, Barnhill and gang have no real understanding of URL redirects in general, because the letter asserts that made illegal use of the official seal of the State of Alaska without permission, and that Latif was in violation of the federal Copyright Act. Nevermind that the seal was on Palin's own site.

Latif must have been feeling especially kind, because she has since changed so that it does not redirect to the governor's website. Instead, she merely uses an illustration of Palin and a link to the site instead. However, we can't help but wonder what would happen if she chose to push back—she wasn't misusing any copyrighted images or even hosting anything herself, though it's possible that Palin's lawyers might argue that she somehow "misrepresented" the site and its trademarks by directing traffic through