My opinion of Internet petitions remains unchanged: They are worth the paper they are printed on. (Hint: They are not printed on paper.) They're a manifestation of the distorted expectation—cultivated in grade school—that First Amendment rights extend to your relationship with a private business. »
Internet petitions are normally as effective in bringing about a desired result as closing your eyes and wishing really hard, but with more than 66.000 signatures accrued in just one week the petition for Namco Bandai to release uber-challenging dungeon crawler Dark Souls on PC seems to have gotten the company's… »
"Internet petitions" rank right up there with "zillion dollar Xbox Live DLC"
Yes, Diablo III is going to be much more vivid and vibrant than its predecessors, a fact that has some fans signing a petition
After years of hoping, praying, cajoling, and begging for a follow-up, Blizzard has finally announced Diablo III, and fans all over the world cheered before getting down to business - complaining. A petition has gone up at whiner headquarters PetitionOnline, with over 2,000 fans signing on to complain about the game's … »
Nintendo's Wii is leaving a lot of Revolution fans with a burning sensation. The photoshops are flowing like an awkwardly named Japanese game console after a suitcase of beer. From game forums like GAF, Penny Arcade and Quarter to Three to CNN, MTV, ABC and other proper demonstrations of three letters strung together,… »