ScuttleMonkey from the isp's-take-a-while-to-figure-anything-out dept.
Anonymous Coward writes "PBS has an interesting look at the emerging commercialized P2P networks brought to light by Cringely. With the news of Sky's default bundling of commercial P2P applications in its broadband software, many users seemed to be against the idea of getting nothing from providing Sky with their upstream bandwidth for free. Meanwhile, PeerImpact, seems to be rewarding users for their P2P system through PeerCash, and GridNetworks is building an system called PeerReward."
The human mind ordinarily operates at only ten percent of its capacity
-- the rest is overhead for the operating system.