Someone Did It


Updated: Wed, Jan 9, 2013 - 2:24pm

I got an idea.

The Domain Name System has been the focus of interest from censors lately. The Pirate Bay and WikiLeaks have both had their domain names yanked out from under them, and this type of thing happens a lot to smaller sites as well. That's also been the proposed implementation of some of these anti-piracy bills.

So I started thinking about a P2P replacement for DNS, so that it is more difficult to shut down websites this way.

Here is my proposal: We have a distributed database that works like the Bitcoin block chain.

Here's the details.

Sound Juicer Keyboard Data Entry

Updated: Sun, Jul 27, 2008 - 8:23am

I use Sound Juicer to rip music. I use it quite a bit to rip music, seeing as how I'm a DJ at WCBN. Also, I'm often ripping pretty obscure stuff, which doesn't have metadata listed online. This means that I have to enter the data myself.

Syndicate content