2012’s coming to a close. While we were able to catch some of our favorite artists on tour (Death Grips! Willis Earl Beal!), alas, we couldn’t see them all. Today, we’re counting down the top wish-we-were-there shows of the year. And we’re making them available to you all, courtesy of the Internet Archive. Read on for…
Do you have a Ustream channel? A justin.tv following? A webcam, and a dream? Do you want to help invent the next generation of live streaming? Cool. We’re looking for people like you.
Tim Ferriss has been called the Superman of Silicon Valley; the world’s best guinea pig; a cross between Julia Child and Jason Bourne. With bestsellers The 4-Hour Workweek and The 4-Hour Body, he broke the traditional rule of great: that success = time spent. We’re working with him to break another rule. This one’s about publishing.
In August, we partnered with the Internet Archive to make 1.5 million pieces of licensed, legal archived content and cultural artifacts available to the world.
On Tuesday, October 9th, our team attended the 11th SF MusicTech Summit conference at Hotel Kabuki in Japantown. We started the morning off with the Artist Tools panel featuring our Executive Director of Marketing, Matt Mason.
Photos, music, important documents, home videos – these are some of the items that makes computers personal. It’s never fun to lose that stuff and as BitTorrent users, we know you like your stuff and want it to be kept safe.