If you build it they will come. <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.com/tag/Vine">Vine</a>, Twitter's new video sharing platform, is currently experiencing a porn problem. As <a target="_blank" href="
Can Matthew Inman catch a break? This time the cartoonist also known as The Oatmeal is being sued by <a target="_blank" href="http://www.oatmealstudios.com">Oatmeal Studios</a>, a card manufacturer fa
Okay, there isn't much news here, but this is too fun not to post. If you're reading this, you probably don't need a lot of recapping of the legal dispute between cartoonist Matthew Inman, creator
In what appears to be a final burst of notoriety-seeking and odd behavior, <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.com/tag/bearsex/">Funnyjunk's crack lawyer, Charles Carreon</a>, told Ars that he had won
Charles Carreon, the attorney with the <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.com/2012/07/01/funnyjunks-lawyer-charles-carreon-is-charging-the-oatmeal-with-impersonating-a-charity/">the infamous lawsuit
In Part Umpteen of the endless struggle by Matthew Inman AKA The Oatmeal vs. weird lawyer Charles Carreon, we find our hero beset by the accusation that he is impersonating a charity for collecting a
The Oatmeal's Matthew Inman wrote an open letter to the lawyer who has been <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.com/2012/06/17/can-i-sue-you-people-troll-lawyer-sues-the-charities-the-oatmeal-supports
So here's a nice twist to the whole <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.com/2012/06/15/cartoonists-lawyer-responds-to-funnyjunk-the-oatmeal-will-not-cave/">Oatmeal saga</a>: the FunnyJunk lawyer who h