Alright my babies, it’s the end of the year and I’m exhausted from all the festivities, so I’m going to make this brief. MacWorld Expo is coming up and, per usual, Little Stevie Jobs has big news for us. He is supposed to officially announce the deal that Apple just signed with Twentieth Century Fox regarding online video distribution. The Financial Times reports that it “could change the way people pay for online video content.” Come on, Financial Times. When has Apple ever changed the way people use computers? GUI? OSX? iTunes? The bloody iPod? Well, it’s exciting. If we have access to the whole iTunes library and can secure a digital copy of anything for a period of time, it’ll be like Netflix, except with instant gratification. For the full story, head on over to Macrumors.

I’ll see you next year, childrens. In the meantime, here’s my favorite internet image of 2007. Enjoy:


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