Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: MPAA blasts Melbourne market as one of the world’s worst piracy hotspots, vintage Star Wars blooper reel discovered, 14 healthy dinners that make great leftover lunches.
- The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has set its sights on Australia in a new report that accuses Victoria’s Caribbean Gardens and Markets of being a “notorious” piracy hotspot and one of the worst markets in the world for pirate DVD distribution. “The total number of sellers [has] increased recently due to a lack of enforcement. State and federal police have shown no interest in enforcing the issue despite multiple entreaties from right holders,” the report claims. You can find out more over at Gizmodo.
- Akira Nishitan is a video game developer most notable for co-creating Street Fighter 2. Kotaku has been following his Twitter feed and it’s a real treasure trove for information on the greatest fighting game ever made. For instance, did you know that Chun Li’s stockings were resprited three times which almost held up production of the game? Or the story behind the fabled red hadouken? You can find more interesting nuggets here.
- The Nokia Lumia 920 is a pretty good handset according to the official Gizmodo review — you can now get it from Android Enjoyed for just $305 which includes free delivery and a 12-month warranty. [Via OzBargain]
- It’s been over 35 years since the original Star Wars graced cinema screens — and yet someone has managed to unearth a previously unseen blooper reel. How is that even possible? Check it out before Disney’s legal team consigns it to the same hell as the Star Wars Christmas Special.
- Whether you’re on a tight budget or just lazy, it makes economic sense to pack last night’s leftover dinner for lunch. PopSugar Health & Fitness has published a list of healthy recipes that purportedly taste even better the next day. Here’s the link.