- n. Plural form of megalith.
“At Slicethepie as well, money that once went to music-label megaliths now stays with the artists and their fans.”
“In western Europe, groups of villages built communal stone tombs, often called megaliths, where important kin leaders and people with genealogical ties to kin group ancestors were buried.”
“So, despite all their posturing to the contrary, the corporate megaliths know that DRM is a lost cause by virtue of how digital media works as such — EVERYTHING is “copying” — transfer of data, displaying on your screen, streaming to your sound-card (where it always gets turned back into analog anyway, defeating the DRM at that point, anyhow.)”
“The p2p thing demonstrates just exactly how the corporate megaliths feel about ‘innovation’ and such.”
“The accommodation is not giant megaliths but rather shabby-chic places catering to a mostly western crowd.”
“The stunning megaliths at Göbekli Tepe, the 12,000-year-old structure on a hilltop in Turkey, may even suggest that the religious impulse was instrumental in the development of human society.”
“The stunning megaliths at GÃ¶bekli Tepe, the 12,000-year-old structure on a hilltop in Turkey, may even suggest that the religious impulse was instrumental in the development of human society.”
“Many Americans are worried about the megaliths in our backyard.”
“Financial corporations grew into huge megaliths between 1970 and 2008.”
“Archaeologists from the Stonehenge Riverside Project stand where megaliths were once placed at the newly discovered "Bluestonehenge.”
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