Installing BitTorrent Surf on Windows 8

2013/01/11

Thanks to everyone who’s tried BitTorrent Surf Alpha for all the early input and great feedback. We’re already hard at work addressing some of your questions. First up: Windows 8. Windows 8 restricts NPA APIs from being installed. However, BitTorrent Surf will work with Windows 8. Here’s what you need to do:

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Distributed Links: Non-Required Reading From Around The Web

2013/01/11

Our first full week back at work. Everything’s CHANGED. In-browser discovery and downloads with our brand-new Surf Alpha. Qualcomm, not Microsoft, keynoted CES and it was a wonder to behold. 4K became the new 3D. Then 8K became the new 4K. 3 Kickstarter films were nominated for Oscars. The human body got hacked. Online courses hit record enrollments. Extraordinary is the new ordinary. Game on.

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Friday Download: Certain Freedoms

2013/01/05

Certain things we take for granted. Certain things we can’t, anymore. Our world; our world wide web, remains challenged by issues of fragmentation and censorship. Our challenge, the one facing each and every one of us, as people of the Internet, remains: how do we hardcode these certain things, these certain freedoms, into our shared…

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Distributed Links: Non-Required Reading From Around The Web

2013/01/03

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/54882144] Welcome to 2013. They said this was the future. We said we’re not quite ready yet. Procrastinate with us? There’s the art of the old media caption, meta-captured. There are the over 100 online sources for free and legal music curated by Largehearted Boy. There’s the next decade of big/open/networked, from the brains at O’Reilly Radar. There’s some good news…

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Saturday Download: Our 2012 Holiday Movie Picks

2012/12/22

What’s your favorite galactic holiday special?

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Distributed Links: Non-Required Reading From Around The Web

2012/12/20

Fact Over Fiction Dept.: the truth about BitTorrent and piracy. Knowledge Preservation Dept.: artists whose work enters the public domain in 2013. The Final Frontier Dept.: open-sourcing space with Copenhagen Suborbitals. The Visible Web Dept.: a Big Internet Museum. Not open during Brazilian Carnival. The End of the World Dept.: the New Math of End Times. A Message from Us Dept.: What…

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It’s That Donatey Time of Year: Help the Internet Archive, EFF + More

2012/12/20

It’s that time of the year (y’know, when you throw money at 501c3s to reduce your tax burden). Internet Archive has a generous donor pledging 3x whatever people donate until 12/31, so donating $1 turns into $4 of storage space. IA is kind of a big deal, and is also constantly in need of more…

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Distributed Links: Non-Required Reading From Around The Web

2012/12/14

Dope Record Label Dept.: our friends over at XL get the GIF-iti treatment, courtesy of INSA. Best Of  The Best Ofs Dept.: Hype Machine captures the zeitgeist in illustration, and Google presents the year in search. The Details Make The Difference Dept.: UI ingenuity gets served on Little Big Details. It’s About Time Dept.: 14 video games are added to MoMA’s permanent collection. And a quick…

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Weekly Roundup Plus the Best Free Things on the Internet

2012/11/18

This week we hung out with Tim Ferriss, and decided to take on traditional publishing. We brought new music from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah to your client. We caught a screening of The Bones Brigade: A Documentary (Go. See. This.), and gave back to the Relief Effort in New York. We got to hear what’s good from software…

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