Ask LH: Is Usenet Safer Than BitTorrent? Title image remixed from Leremy (Shutterstock). First off, BitTorrent and Usenet are both pretty safe provided you’re not downloading anything illegal and we don’t condone you use either for anything else. That said, you can face problems even if you ... 04/27/2012 - 10:45 pm | View Link
Is Usenet Safer than BitTorrent? First off, BitTorrent and Usenet are both pretty safe provided you're not downloading anything illegal and we don't condone you use either for anything else. That said, you can face problems even if you aren't doing anything illegal—like ISPs throttling ... 04/26/2012 - 11:00 pm | View Link
How to Download Music for Free First off you there are a number of technologies you can use to illegally download music, but we’ll cover just three: Direct Connect (P2P), Usenet, and BitTorrent ... up you’ll need sites to go to download music for free. I recommend the following ... 11/9/2011 - 4:13 am | View Link
5 Best Tips To Prevent Someone From Watching You When Downloading Torrents I know you partake in filesharing, and if you’re doing it properly then you’ll already be acquainted with BitTorrent (or Usenet ... already risky, downloading unreleased movies, music, books and games (especially from public torrent trackers) is ... 08/18/2011 - 2:44 pm | View Link
Unison: Making Sense of Usenet Ever heard of Usenet? If you haven’t, you’re not alone. Even many people that have heard of it either don’t understand it or just can’t get into it because of the lack of modern clients. Today we’re taking a look at Unison, an app that seeks to ... 09/5/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
The How-To Geek Guide to Getting Started with Usenet What would BitTorrent look like if it was lightening fast, always available, completely private, and secure? It’d look a lot like Usenet. Read on to ... 08/2/2015 - 7:47 am | View Website
Downloading And Internet Privacy For Everyone... The Load Guru. Beginner? Start Here; Torrents & Downloading. Usenet. Overview. Usenet Terms Explained; How To Find Files; How To Avoid Fakes; Troubleshooting: So Your ... 08/1/2015 - 6:25 pm | View Website
NZBKing How to download files from Usenet Why not use torrents instead. Download speed: When downloading torrents your download speed is restricted by the amounts of seeders ... 08/1/2015 - 3:48 pm | View Website
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How To Download From UseNet This is a tutorial on how to download nzb files/movies from UseNet. Nzb files are much safer to download then torrents and many time, if you have a good ... 08/1/2015 - 8:10 am | View Website
NASA is offering up wreckage from the Challenger and Columbia for public view after hiding it from the world for decades.
A new exhibit at Kennedy Space Center features two pieces of debris, one from each lost shuttle, as well as poignant, personal reminders of the 14 astronauts killed in flight.
It is an unprecedented collection of artifacts — the first time, in fact, that any Challenger or Columbia remains have been openly displayed.
NASA's intent is to show how the astronauts lived, rather than how they died.
A century after the teenage Louis Armstrong's first pro gig at a honky-tonk, an exhibit about the jazz singer and trumpeter's complicated relationship with his hometown is opening in a state museum in New Orleans' French Quarter.
They include photographs of notebook pages in which Armstrong tells of a racist radio announcer who refused to introduce him in 1931, during his first trip back to New Orleans since he left for Chicago's music world in 1922.
Armstrong wrote that when his manager told him about the refusal, he told the band, "Give me a big chord." That got the crowd into their seats, he wrote, and when he stepped from the bandstand onto the floor, he got a 10-minute ovation.
More than 2,500 astronomers from around the world are descending on Hawaii for a conference at a time when telescope construction is a sensitive issue in the state.
The International Astronomical Union's general assembly starts Monday. It was planned years in advance but is happening amid protests against the building of telescopes atop two mountains held sacred by Native Hawaiians.
Some demonstrators on Maui and the Big Island were arrested Friday as scientists from more than 75 countries headed to Hawaii for the meetings.
The protests gained momentum in April when workers tried to start construction on the Big Island's Mauna Kea of what would be one of the world's largest telescopes.