Are There Any Demonoid Alternatives? Demonoid is gone, at least for now. The servers in the Ukraine were pulled offline and an investigation into the site’s alleged owners is ongoing in Mexico. At the time of writing the Demonoid domain once again redirects to random ads… For former Demonoid members there’s no other option than to find a replacement. Mettre en place une WebRadio - Blog de Julien Delmas Je vais tenter de vous présenter ci-dessous ma courte expérience de mise en place d’une webradio dans mon établissement scolaire. Je ne manquerai pas de compléter cet article dans les prochains mois, lorsque j’aurais plus de recul.Vous pouvez d’ores-et-déjà consulter cet article relatif à la naissance de la webradio dans mon collège. Espace webradio Quel intérêt pédagogique ? Une WebRadio peut s’organiser dans le cadre d’un club, d’un enseignement disciplinaire (histoire-géographie, français, langues vivantes, technologie...), de l’éducation aux médias, d’une option Découverte Professionnelle dans le cadre du travail sur l’orientation en 3ème ou lors d’un voyage scolaire.... bref les occasions ne manquent pas et toutes les disciplines peuvent contribuer !
La numérisation du son : Comment ça marche ?TECHNICIEN DU SON Le numérique nous entoure. Facile à stocker, facile à copier, offrant des possibilités d’exploitation et de traitement beaucoup plus importantes que l’analogique, le numérique a su se rendre indispensable, et ce dans tous les domaines. Mais comment fait-t-on pour numériser un son ? On utilise pour ce faire, un convertisseur analogique/numérique (CAN). Deux paramètres vont régir la numérisation du son, au sein de ce convertisseur :
5 Alternatives to The Pirate Bay With all this activity surrounding the DDOS attacks and the blocking of Swedish BitTorrent website The Pirate Bay in some countries, we decided to look the 5 best alternatives to the The Pirate Bay. News surrounding The Pirate Bay is certainly a reminder that it’s great to have a back-up plan. Late last month, the UK High Court ordered all ISPs in the UK to block the site. Demonoid Faces Prolonged Downtime After DDoS Attack A severe DDoS attack has brought down one of the most famous BitTorrent trackers. Demonoid has been inaccessible to its millions of users for more than a day and is expected to remain offline for quite some time. The tech admin of the troubled BitTorrent tracker told TorrentFreak that the issues at hand are not easy to fix, and suggests that aside from the DDoS there might have been an attack from another angle. Demonoid is one of the biggest torrent sites around, and has been for more than half a decade. Over the years the site has had its fair share of downtime, sometimes disappearing for months on end. Yesterday, a million plus Demonoid users noticed that they could no longer access the site.
Top 10 Most Popular Torrent Sites of 2012 Continuing a long-standing New Year's tradition, we present an up-to-date list of the world's most visited BitTorrent sites. At the start of 2012 The Pirate Bay continues to pull in the most visitors, followed by Torrentz and KickassTorrents. The six-year-old TV-torrent distribution group EZTV appears in the list for the first time, ranked 8th. Update: here is the list of 2013′s top torrent sites. Which torrent sites get the most visitors at the start of 2012? At first glance little seems to have changed, as many of the sites in the top 10 have been among the top torrent sites for more than half a decade.
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3D Printing Can Turbocharge Mashup Culture This is a guest post by Public Knowledge Vice President Michael Weinberg Mashups are one of the great art forms of our time. Although remixes, mashups, sampling, and collage predate the internet by decades (if not centuries), easy, accessible digital tools have allowed anyone to remix videos, music, and photographs into their own original works. Mashup culture has produced fantastic music , critical video, and delightful cultural artifacts of all kinds. All posts tagged 'dwell magazine' 1 August 2011 06:44 English | PDF | 140 pages | 56.3MB Dwell is the unique modern architecture and design magazine for people who believe that good design is an integral part of real life. [More] Wired 30 July 2014 17:35 English | PDF | 181 pages | 75.1MB WIRED is the magazine for smart, intellectually curious people who need and want to know what's next. WIRED will always deliver stimulating and compelling content and stunning design and photography. If you want an inside track to the future, then WIRED is your magazine. [More]
The Pirate Bay Moves Servers to the U.S., Becomes Freedom Bay After trying its luck to North Korea, the world's largest BitTorrent tracker, The Pirate Bay, has announced it has moved its servers to the U.S. "We have worked closely with the awesome american government to establish a strong military graded server park that will endure any nuclear attacks that Kim Jong Un and his evil allies will send at US," writes The Pirate Bay in a blog post. This news, which comes on a very significant date, also means some changes in the way The Pirate Bay operates. The site says it will remove all torrents from certain countries, and seed American torrents with "extra power." Check out the announcement here, and let us know what you think in the comments.
The Pirate Bay trial Swedish prosecutors filed charges on 31 January 2008 against Fredrik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm, and Peter Sunde, who ran the site; and Carl Lundström, a Swedish businessman who through his businesses sold services to the site. The prosecutor claimed the four worked together to administer, host, and develop the site and thereby facilitated other people's breach of copyright law. Some 34 cases of copyright infringements were originally listed, of which 21 were related to music files, 9 to movies, and 4 to games. One case involving music files was later dropped by the copyright holder who made the file available again on the website of The Pirate Bay.