Ep. 1105: The New Testament of Torrents Video
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari visits BitTorrent headquarters in San Francisco and chats with its co-founder and president, Ashwin Navin. BitTorrent has partnered with MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, 20th Century Fox and others to bring legal content to its site.
BlueBeat.com, the best MP3-selling Web site you've never heard of, has got the entire Beatles catalog in MP3 for just 25 cents each! Get them while you can (which won't be long). In other news, file sharers might buy more music, BitTorrent might save the Internet, and Apple could save the networks (but kill cable).
This week on the Mailbag, get schooled on the correct pronunciation of "sudo," something about a UUID and an fstab, and Podcast Central gets redesigned!
It's St. Patrick's Day but we're speaking Spanish. Also, China pulls YouTube, Japan blocks Torrents, and Flickr might have video sharing soon.
Torrenting might be all the rage, but that hasn't stopped Gnutella client LimeWire from a major update driven by an interface redo and Web 2.0 features.
Post show discussion from episode 1105.
If you're looking for the convenience of bookmarking and other built-in features in your torrent client, BitComet might be for you. But it's also pregnant with ads. Check out what it's got in this First Look video.
As long as you have plenty of light, the Nikon Coolpix L120 is a nice camera for snapshooters in love with long lenses.
You could download the book for free on BitTorrent, but that didn't put a dent in the crowds who showed up in New York City to get their hands on the final 'Harry Potter' release last Friday evening.
On today's show, Apple wants to wipe all HTC phones from the face of the earth, apparently because Steve Jobs is just grouchy about this whole business. Donald and Molly engage in a nice long talk about the validity of software patents, and then we wonder whether anyone would actually line up to buy a new 3D HDTV. Meanwhile, the well-meaning House of Lords is probably going to destroy the Internet.