P2P... catching up

Brian Atkins brian@posthuman.com
Sun, 24 Mar 2002 14:07:59 -0500

Direct Connect has an awful UI, but has close to 2 petabytes available in
there now. Lots of times I find stuff there that isn't anywhere else yet.

"Joseph S. Barrera III" wrote:
> Okay, you can laugh at me, but I never bothered with napster or anything
> similar until about... yesterday, when Adam pointed out how many P2P tools
> there are to download. So now I'm downloading obscure Coil and Cabaret
> Voltaire tracks, and El Hazard pics and songs.
> I've tried Morpheus and KaZaA, and KaZaA seems far better. Is there
> something much better than KaZaA that I should try?
> - Joe
> In time and sequence, paraphrased
> Oh no it's not the same
> In two halves but quickly growing whole
> And it's not the past again
> http://xent.com/mailman/listinfo/fork

Brian Atkins
Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence