Poster child for piracy, BitTorrent wants to go legit

by Eric Blattberg
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke turned a few heads when he turned to BitTorrent last week to exclusively distribute his new album, “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes.” And yet six days later, it hit a million downloads. With that sort of traction, BitTorrent argues creators of all stripes should distribute and monetize their content through its bundle platform.Read the full article

Children of the Machine - Winona, 14 - September 2025

http://www.childrenofthemachine.com https://www.facebook.com/ChildrenOfTheMachine The average American spends about 11 hours a day on digital media; connected to the Internet (and each other) through devices and underground wires. It’s not hard to imagine that some day all this will be under our skin. RFID implants aren’t just the stuff of Sci-Fi anymore. They’re already out there being tested. Microchip implants promise (scarily) to make everything knowable, trackable: forever found. They also promise new ways of getting lost. In the second video installment from Children of the Machine, we look at what happens when the Internet gets under our skin. This is Winona, 14, from Malibu, CA. The year is 2025.