Super Torrents has decided to close it’s doors, not the site, but rather it’s doors, you know, the way you get in. pfft
Beginning 6/24/06 no new users will be accepted and all outstanding invites will be revoked. Therefore, if you want to get in, now is the time to do it.
I have a butt load of invites available, so if your a friend or can bring references let me know. I’d be happy to provide honest non-leeching people with invites, simply leave a comment and ask.
For the advancement of almost any idea or product requires money. I’m not saying that someone has to get rich, or even make a solitary dollar of profit, but money is needed nevertheless. The biggest money eater is the hosting fees that sites must endure to provide you, the users, with the warez you like to download.
All to often do I come across forum posts of people ranting about sites asking for donations. What’s the big deal? The alternative would be a public tracker, with popups and ads on every single page. Money is needed and if you enjoy a service you should donate to further the cause, end of story. To take, take, take, and never give back is leecher idealism.
Continue reading “P2P Donations, the Controversy”
I still find it very difficult to believe that the Pirate Bay was raided, at least in the sense that they let on. Having any sort of law enforcement come in and just start ripping out servers seems a little far fetched, but I’m just a simple person.
After doing some checking I found out that the day they were raided this year was damn close to the exact same date they played a hoax a year back. But, what of the protests supposedly going on in Sweden in response to the Pirate Bay and other sites being taken down. Are these protestors making a scene because of an elaborate hoax or are they justified in their rantings?
Continue reading “The Pirate Bay…Hoax?”
The Grayline is finally starting to gain some traffic, but unfortunately I’m finding it increasingly harder to post any sort of quality content. Therefore, as usual, I am looking for writers to help fill TGL with p2p content.
The articles can be based on news, rumors, or nothing more than opinions, as long as it has to do with p2p. Keep in mind that p2p is not just bittorrent, but newsgroups, ED2K, RapidSharing, and even Grouper.
Continue reading “The Grayline Is Growing”