The 4-Hour Bestseller (Thank You)

2012/11/30

Last week, we released an exclusive first look at Tim Ferriss’s The 4-Hour Chef to help the author fight the Barnes & Noble boycott. By the end of today, Tim’s BitTorrent Bundle will have been downloaded over 300,000 times. The book’s Amazon page will have received an additional 85,000 visitors. And users like you will have made history: the first BitTorrent…

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µTorrent for Android goes WiFi Only

2012/11/22

You asked for it. You got it. As of today, the µTorrent for Android app has been updated to include a WiFi-only option. You can get the free download or update here.

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Calling All Broadcasters

2012/11/20

Do you have a Ustream channel? A justin.tv following? A webcam, and a dream? Do you want to help invent the next generation of live streaming? Cool. We’re looking for people like you.

Behind the scenes with The 4-Hour Chef

2012/11/20

Update:  Read through the end of this post for a video message from Tim Ferris to BitTorrent users. Last week, we announced a partnership with Tim Ferriss to help get the word out about The 4-Hour Chef. Yesterday, the book was launched on Amazon. Unfortunately, it probably won’t be at your local bookstore. Want to help…

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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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Meet Our Team: Robert McDonald

2012/11/16

Engineering is drinking from the fire hose. Software is performance art. This week, we caught up with Robert McDonald: our resident software-developer-slash-tv-producer-slash-coder-slash-clown-academy-grad. Herewith, his story.

The 4-Hour Project

2012/11/16

Tim Ferriss has been called the Superman of Silicon Valley; the world’s best guinea pig; a cross between Julia Child and Jason Bourne. With bestsellers The 4-Hour Workweek and The 4-Hour Body, he broke the traditional rule of great: that success = time spent. We’re working with him to break another rule. This one’s about publishing.

New Music from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

2012/11/13

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s 2005 debut was a killer album. (The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth: Still. So. Good.) But it was also a killer moment for Indie rock: a record that proved you didn’t need the traditional Label Machine to get heard. Pitchfork, in their 9.0 review, noted the beautifully rare thing…

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Weekly Roundup Plus the Best Free Things on the Internet

2012/11/10

This week, we got a visit from the Total Disruption crew (more to come, shortly, on the work we did with those fine folks) and listened to a Bob Dylan classic filtered through computer equipment. We also signed up for the free webcast of Future of Music Coalition’s Summit happening this coming Tuesday. In-depth discussions on how the…

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Weekly Roundup Plus the Best Free Things on the Internet

2012/11/02

This week, we talked to Mario Estrada about what makes for beautiful UI design, and what artists should be doing online. We welcomed decorative gourd season with this. And we’re standing with our Mo Bros. Get involved. Best weekend ever. Kick it off with three of the best free things on the Internet.

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