We sat, had a few drinks, he told me he had a couple of Open Source Projects he was working on and also described the technologies he had implemented to get one of his projects going. “Wait! Do these things actually exist?!” I asked… “Yes they do!”, he replied. Okay, I think I am going a little bit fast here; It all started when I was having a chat with one of my associates (long time close associate to be exact), he was telling me how excited he was to have spent the last couple of months investing in learning and implementing Open Source based Server Solutions. Most of his projects initially started / start off by him downloading a couple of Linux based software(s) (.iso images) in the form of torrents from Distrowatch using his TorrentBox. “What did you say, TorrentBox?” I asked, “Wait! Do these things actually exist?!” I asked (again (without even giving him the chance to answer))… “Yes they do!”, he replied. My questions or reasoning didn’t seem to move him, neither did his projects (as a whole)! His major concern was
Like the most wildly used word on the web for 2013, torrents have similarities with “Error Code 404.” Normal day to day browsing or searching for items on the web, be it, reviews for books, movies or music via any search engine will likely return or list an alternative link to a torrent file readily available for download for the queried item.
Torrents enable users to share files or distribute large media files. It is because of this reason why torrents are so popular and are the primary means of sharing or trading movies, software, music, electronic books to name a few. The problem with torrents