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Saucy Fast-Food Ad Campaign Looks at ‘Size’
Oct 11, 2004 2:00 PM PDTThere’s more proof that porn is going mainstream. CKE Restaurants is about to unveil a new television commercial for its Carl’s Jr. division that uses a double-entendre penis joke.
Startup to Give Remote Access to Digital Media Anywhere
Oct 11, 2004 1:00 PM PDTWant to keep your porn at home but accessible on the go? A new service called Personal Media Portal debuted Monday that could revolutionize the mainstream and online adult industry.
Titan Set to Unleash ‘Horse’ in November
Oct 11, 2004 11:30 AM PDTProduction company Titan Media just wrapped filming on its largest fetish film ever, according to the company. Directed by Titan CEO Bruce Cam, “Horse – Fallen Angel 5” will be available as a 6-scene, 4-hour film and in an extended director’s edition.
MoMoMate Sends Amateur Porn to Mobile Phones
Oct 11, 2004 11:00 AM PDTMoMoMate.com launches the UK’s first adult content service run by real UK girls and delivering their own quality amateur images to mobile phones via SMS.
CBC Profiles Webcam Girl's "First Time"
Oct 11, 2004 10:47 AM PDTOnline and in-person interview with a LiveCamNetwork.com chat hostess part of CBC documentary examining porn's effect on youth.
Layla Jade to Host KSEXradio
Oct 11, 2004 10:43 AM PDTLayla Jade to Host KSEXradio's 3rd Annual Listeners' Choice Awards
TheDailyWebmaster Launches News Portal
Oct 11, 2004 10:29 AM PDTDate: 10/08/04
Trannie Susan Shah Leaps to Her Death
Oct 11, 2004 9:56 AM PDTTransgender porn actress Susan Shah, also known as "Princess Shah," leapt to her death over the weekend from her W. 24th street Chelsea apartment. Police have confirmed that Shah's death was a suicide.
AdultLounge.com Launches Version 3.0
Oct 11, 2004 9:51 AM PDTOctober 8, 2004. Glendale, California- Adultlounge.com launches the release of newly updated and highly anticipated launch of the Version 3.0. Not only does this mark a brand new design for AdultLounge but it also offers webmasters with plenty of new tools and simple navigation.
Microsoft to Get Into Storage Business
Oct 11, 2004 6:00 AM PDTMicrosoft is trying to carve a niche into the backup-and-recovery business. The software giant said last month at the Storage Decisions 2004 conference it will enter the disk-based backup and recovery industry with the launch of the Data Protection Server, or DPS.
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