Have you considered adding BitTorrent support so the ap automatically searched for/downloads torrents for eBooks that are not yet in your library?
How does the ap determine that a bookplate has been affixed to the page and isn't just placed there to bypass the ap security? I can see taking one bookplate with no sticky on the back into a library or bookstore and simply shooting photos of it on the copyright page of any book one wants...
...and here it is: http://torrentz.eu/c0b168446fc...
should be on the torrent sites in time for Christmas?
Thank you. This is the best gift one could hope for in a Bennett thread.
^This. Slahsdot is supposed to be "NEWS for NERDS" not "Musings from Bennett."
Tried a few out to see - it seems that the listings with magnet links are legit, but there are others that want you to download a *.exe file which is highly suspect.
That sounds like proof to me. Thanks for the heads up.
Really? Thanks for pointing that out. I always just use torrentz.eu anyway. Not to be a bitch, but do you have any proof of that?
The instances at thepiratebay.ee and thepiratebay.cr are still up.
That's down now too, although it was up when you posted it. Probably got slashdotted...
torrentz.eu has never let me down.
o_ferguson (836655) writes "TorrentFreak is reporting that police in Sweden carried out a raid in Stockholm today, seizing servers, computers, and other equipment. At the same time The Pirate Bay and several other torrent-related sites disappeared offline. Although no official statement has been made, TF sources confirm action against TPB. This is not the first time that this has happened."
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Fair enough. I had no idea.
This, exactly. I'm currently taking care of a house for a guy in Costa Rica. Included with the house is a Generation 1 iPhone. He never installed any apps on it when he first got it, and when I went to try to put some one, it's impossible. All the apps currently available will only work with newer OS/hardware versions than the phone has. There's no way to make it compatible with the new store at all, so I'm stuck with it being just a phone. Not that I care (PC guy here) but if I'd bought an Gen-1 iPhone at the original insane price, and I'd managed to keep it alive all these years (what with the non-replaceable battery) I'd be pissed as hell that I couldn't actually use it with any of the currently available software. (note: this came up because my wife wanted to use the Kindle Reader app on the iPhone - not a spec-hod application in any way, and yet totally not backwards compatible.)