Archive for June, 2006

The State of the Movie Industry

Saturday, June 3rd, 2006

Snakes on a Plane!It’s interesting how the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) goes after sites such as thepiratebay.org, when Hollywood cannot produce decent movies worth seeing in the theatre.

I.e. Snakes on a Plane? Are they serious? Even better, is how the website is back up after less then three days, with servers in four different countries instead of one.
The website is going to have way more users and torrents then it did before, because of all the publicity that the MPAA caused by getting the US Government to ‘persuade’ the Swedish government to raid the datacenter where the original servers were stored.

K-Lite ends media format madness

Friday, June 2nd, 2006

K-Lite ends media format madness by ZDNet’s George Ou — Are you sick and tired of all the types of media formats that you come across on the Internet that never seem to play right? Are you sick of downloading the various media players from Apple, Real, DivX, XviD and so on but still not be able to handle every format you come across and all the various versions of each format? Media format madness is enough to drive a computer user insane but if you’re looking for a way out, K-Lite is the tool for you!