“Tomb Raider” for Free This Month for PlayStation Plus Members

In March, PS Plus membership includes Dead Nation Apocalypse, Tomb Raider, Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut, Thomas Was Alone, Unit 13, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, and more!

Active membership required to access PS Plus features and benefits. 

via PlayStation Plus Free Game Lineup March 2014 – YouTube.

Free Font Friday: Streetwear

I’ve always had a fascination with typography and always looking for new and fun fonts to add to my collection, especially free fonts since I don’t make money by using these fonts. Maybe some of the fonts I share here will help you in your projects or maybe you just like collecting fonts like me. I’ll try to post a free font every friday so make sure to come back and check for updates.

This weeks font is Streetwear by Artimasa from Banda Aceh, Indonesia.

Streetwear is bold and stylish retro inspired script typeface suitable for logo, poster, branding, packaging and t-shirt design. It looks like 1960s and 70s fashion and sport related typeface, unique and fun at the same time. You can access Streetwear’s alternate characters by using OpenType savvy program such as Adobe Illustrator and InDesign.

For more information on Streetwear or Artimasa please visit Behance.

Streetwear_Sample

DropBox Adds Forced Arbitration, But Offers Online Opt-Out

Dropbox has changed its terms of service and adds forced arbitration limiting your ability to take legal action against them.

There is an online opt-out form which requires you to login and fill in your first and last name. Remember that you only have 30 days to opt-out.

Dropbox Terms of Service that go into effect on March 24:

We Both Agree To Arbitrate. You and Dropbox agree to resolve any claims relating to these Terms or the Services through final and binding arbitration, except as set forth under Exceptions to Agreement to Arbitrate below…

Arbitration Procedures. The American Arbitration Association (AAA) will administer the arbitration under its Commercial Arbitration Rules and the Supplementary Procedures for Consumer Related Disputes. The arbitration will be held in the United States county where you live or work, San Francisco (CA), or any other location we agree to.

Arbitration Fees and Incentives. The AAA rules will govern payment of all arbitration fees. Dropbox will pay all arbitration fees for claims less than $75,000. If you receive an arbitration award that is more favorable than any offer we make to resolve the claim, we will pay you $1,000 in addition to the award. Dropbox will not seek its attorneys’ fees and costs in arbitration unless the arbitrator determines that your claim is frivolous.

Exceptions to Agreement to Arbitrate. Either you or Dropbox may assert claims, if they qualify, in small claims court in San Francisco (CA) or any United States county where you live or work. Either party may bring a lawsuit solely for injunctive relief to stop unauthorized use or abuse of the Services, or intellectual property infringement (for example, trademark, trade secret, copyright, or patent rights) without first engaging in arbitration or the informal dispute-resolution process described above.

No Class Actions. You may only resolve disputes with us on an individual basis, and may not bring a claim as a plaintiff or a class member in a class, consolidated, or representative action. Class arbitrations, class actions, private attorney general actions, and consolidation with other arbitrations aren’t allowed.

For more information visit  the Consumerist. Also, you might want to read Why You Should Opt Out Of Forced Arbitration, In 3 Sentences

Week In Review 2014.08

Welcome to my first week in review post. I plan on publishing a new post every Sunday and highlight what I found interesting during the week. I’ve collected these articles using my RSS feed (Tiny Tiny RSS), Flipboard and Zite.

February 19th

February 20th

February 21th

February 22nd