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I have been told that this site is great for downloading music. More out of
curiosity than anything I tried to visit it, but Trend warned me it was a
dangerous site. Fair enough. I wasn't that interested anyway.

I have since been told that I just need to adjust my Trend settings. As I
mentioned I am not that desperate- if I want music I will buy it.

However sites such as this- I understand they operate by grabbing portions
of the music from different computers and work around copyright in that
fashion. However, as you are accessing more computers there is an increasing
risk of a Trojan being hidden. This sounds pretty feasible- is it true or am
I being whooshed?


Re: Limewire

Mar 2008 05:20:37 GMT thought that it would be fun to share with the
rest of the class this little ditty..

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Screw LimeWire. Use uTorrent or BitLord. You'll have much better luck
with either of those two than you will LimeWire, eMule or BearShare
plus you don't have to worry about spyware bundled with the software.
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Re: Limewire

whodunit@hellifniknow.com (Sycho) wrote in

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Torrent is the future. All hail torrent technology! Hail.


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Re: Limewire

Sun, 30 Mar 2008 13:47:52 GMT thought that it would be fun to share
with the rest of the class this little ditty..

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Hail Toastey! For he has much buttery goodness! (Unless you like jelly
instead of butter) lol
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