(Music Video) Bobby Dime$ X Driver's Seat prod. by Sap

His new album Google That is out now.. Click the title for details..

Depression: Sometimes, it is THAT BAD..

This is personal btw.. Not what I heard.. What I saw..

Suite 302/Carolinaware's Own are one..

New location for my 'home' barbershop. Read the post for details

I've walked that walk with someone..

Personal true story... Hope it helps someone.

The Foreign Exchange X New Music X So What If It Is...

New REMIX ALBUM coming 2/13/13 from them..Read posts for details..

JAMLA RECORDS x RAPSODY X IN THE TOWN FT. NOMSA MAZWAI

If you don't know about Ms. Evans, GET FAMILIAR DAMMIT. She can SPIT.. Period.

CAROLINAWARE'S TWITTER 2 X.. @OneoftheMs

Aka Mrs. Carolinaware's Own R.I.P. Rest In Power pretty gal..

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

(BTS/candids/pictures) A lil update on @Cyn_Santana










Definitely haven't forgotten about one of the baddest in the game. She is still outchea.



















I always like to add photos like this to 'piss' people off. I know many of you 'couldn't date her' 'cause you aren't secure enough to. Good to see there is someone out there who isn't like that. 


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(Video) @IamRashidaJones X @TheDailyShow Interview



Rashida Jones, cowriter and star of "Celeste and Jesse Forever and Quincy's daughter," discusses dating in the '90s and a movie adaptation of her socialite-spy comic book, "Frenemy of the State."







(Videos) Original Dream Team X Full Games (Well a few of them anyway)









Since the highlights are always shown...lets take a look at a few of the Original Dream Team's games... Well some of them. In their entirety. Naw, I don't expect you to watch them ALL. Some interesting ones though.











Verizon faces $1.25m fine for blocking third-party tethering apps | Android Community

Verizon faces $1.25m fine for blocking third-party tethering apps | Android Community

This is a win. A small one but a win for the customer nonetheless..



To get a bit more specific, Verizon purchased the C Block spectrum at auction intending to use the spectrum for its 4G LTE service. The purchase of C Block came with the requirement that Verizon had to keep C Block spectrum open to all devices and applications, something that Verizon ignored when it allegedly worked with Google to block its customers from accessing tethering apps on the Google Play Store. After receiving complaints from Verizon customers, the FCC launched an investigation and eventually arrived at the $1.25 million fine the company is being forced to pay today.
Verizon, for its part, maintains that it never blocked users from accessing these third-party apps, but with the company now being forced to pay the fine and comply with the open requirements for C Block anyway, what Verizon claims doesn’t much matter. Keep in mind that other carriers can still block access to tethering apps because they don’t own the C Block spectrum, and this FCC decision only applies to the spectrum’s owner. Therefore, this settlement with the FCC isn’t as far-reaching as some wireless customers would like.
Still, the FCC says that this is an important step forward in making sure that customers get to enjoy open broadband networks. “This case was the first of its kind in enforcing the pro-consumer open access obligations of the C Block rules,” said Enforcement Bureau Chief P. Michele Ellison in a statement today. “It underscores the agency’s commitment to guarantee consumers the benefits of an open wireless broadband platform by providing greater consumer choice and fostering innovation.” You can bet that Verizon isn’t all too happy with the FCC’s decision, but it’s good to be able to report on something that’s a win for consumers nonetheless.

Rapper Meek Mill In Court For Status Hearing - Philadelphia News, Weather and Sports from WTXF FOX 29

Before you say...'They are picking on him.." do your research. It is FAR AND AWAY NOT THE FIRST TIME. They even bought Beans lyrics into court on him...




They are listening y'all. Maybe you think you are 'out smarting these crackers' but they wrote the laws. Trust me. They are listening. Here is your generational reminder in case you forgot....


Rapper Meek Mill In Court For Status Hearing - Philadelphia News, Weather and Sports from WTXF FOX 29



Posted: Jul 31, 2012 10:46 AM EDTUpdated: Jul 31, 2012 3:08 PM EDT
Rapper Meek Mill,  whose real name is Robert Williams, was in court today for a prior gun and drug conviction.
Lou Savino, attorney for Williams,  tells Fox 29 that today's appearance is for a status hearing on that previous charge.  The defendant was paroled to House Arrest, which is completed, and now is on probation.   Williams has to go to court every 3 to 6 months to make sure he is in compliance.
William's song called, "The Ride" mentions mentions the D.A. that is handling his case.
In court, the judge warned the rapper not to mention the D.A. in his lyrics.
Fox 29 will bring you the latest on his court appearance on the Fox 29 News at 5 and 6.