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    Friday
    Jul162004

    P2P Smack Down!

    INFO TECHNOLOGY: Wow, Bit Torrent is now the most popular peer-to-peer protocol!







    This is great news for everyone, except Kazaa and the RIAA. And well, who cares about those two. Also surprising is seeing good old Donkey up there solidly in second place. Good job eMule! (As much as I may love Bit Torrent, the lack of a search function will keep it from ever being the one-stop-shopping p2p client.)



    If you're still not on the Torrent Train, get a copy of Azureus and visit SurpNova.org or subscribe your RSS reader to the SuprNova.org XML Feeds.



    Don't forget to tip Bit Torrent creator Bram Cohen or the Azureus dev team.



    (via p2pnet.net)

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