Started by G_G, December 09, 2014, 11:43:16 pm
Quote from: winkioI do not speak to bricks, either as individuals or in wall form.
Quote from: Barney StinsonWhen I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.
QuoteIn recent days we have received more than a hundred tips from readers who announced that TPB has returned on the thepiratebay.cr. While this site does look familiar, it's by no means an official incarnation.In fact, as we highlighted earlier, the .cr domain used to be one of the many Pirate Bay proxy/mirror sites. It has no upload functionality nor can visitors sign up to add torrents. Interestingly enough (and adding to the confusion) the site's operators started to populate the site with new content themselves a few hours ago.
Quote from: MetalZelda on December 16, 2014, 11:00:04 amIf the governement think that this is gonna stop illegal download they're wrong.1 site closed = 10 more created with the same goal.
Quote from: legacyblade on December 10, 2014, 02:01:35 amBut that's because I make money now. When I first got into college, there was no way I could have afforded even something as cheap as netflix. And it didn't even have all that much on it to begin with at the time. I don't think pirating is the great evil big companies make it out to be. I ended up becoming a paying customer once I had a source of income. But I probably never would have even gotten into anime or other forms of media consumption without piratebay.And I totally agree with Winkio. There should be a student version of productive software. It shouldn't be usable for commercial work (to a point, anyways), but companies should still let people learn how to use their stuff before expecting a huge payment. (I'm looking at you, photoshop ) I think Unity does this really well, and is probably a big part of the platform's popularity.
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Quote from: Zeriab on September 09, 2011, 02:58:58 pm<Remember when computers had turbo buttons?