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Archive for October, 2010

“Evidence” of Time Travel

Coming from a production company, it’s a little sketchy, but still kind of entertaining to watch the media frenzy over this video that supposedly provides evidence of a “time traveler” because it appears like someone in the background has a cell phone. Also, being the 25th anniversary of Back to the Future, it’s a trending topic.

Comments indicate that it could easily be this device: 1924 Siemens Hearing Aid. What do you think?

Other time travel fun:

And here’s a trailer for Primer, an amazing time travel movie.

R.I.P., Limewire

For the past 10 years, LimeWire has all but dominated the file sharing market. Of course in the past couple of years, bittorrent has become the method of choice, but LimeWire was, both in spirit and style, the successor to the Napster throne. Today, the king has been deposed. LimeWire is officially dead after a NY judge filed an injunction barring LimeWire from distributing its software. This marks the end of an era, and closes the doors on the last file-sharing company legally operating out of the US.

LimeWire – The Beginning, The Middle, The End

Anti-piracy spy busted uploading illegal content to usenet

Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN has been exposing for having at least fifteen undercover agents investigating usenet community FTD. One of the users, who is supposedly an employee of BREIN, uploaded illegal content and then posted its whereabouts on the BREIN site for use in their current court battle. Unethical? I think so. The question is how this will be interpreted – does it prove that FTD is doing anything wrong?

More details at extratorrent