Apr 14

Oh yeah, FTW!

Once there was 1 great site, then there were many. Now the original great is back!
I mean, The Pirate Bay is cool, but there is only 1 other site that is more awesome…


slashdot article:
actual site:

And so it was. The first tracker I ever used with BT…online once again. Of course, this doesn’t mean that i’m not going to use TPB anymore. I’ll just use both. No more crap torrent search via google for rare stuff, there isn’t a need for it anymore!

Remember that in order to do some stuff, you need to have an account (yes, I have one). Though, if you read the slashdot article, some users are still wary that the whole thing might be a huge setup. I’m going to let the dust settle before I log back in (and change my IP address, thankfully from changing ISP’s).

And thus did my great torrent machine rejoice, for the grand master has returned!


written by Chris Jacques at 8:23 pm, Monday 14 April, 2008 \\ tags: , ,

7 Responses to “And then it was…Thank you Demonoid!”

  1. 1. turkeybrain Says:

    w00t indeed. Great news FTW!

  2. 2. Timmy Says:

    Never used that one – I was always using Suprnova, then Mininova and eztv’s site.

  3. 3. Joe Says:

    how did you get a pass?

  4. 4. Benny Ling Says:

    I don’t have one personally…

    But you get them from friends of friends, you know the drill…

  5. 5. Chris Jacques Says:

    Joe, what you need to do is wait for a ‘Signup day’, which used to happen once a month (Friday or Saturday).

    You don’t have to sign up. It’s not required to access it, but it keeps tabs on stuff like Share Ratio etc.

    Once I sign back in, i’ll see if I have any invites. You’ll be the first to get one if I have any.


  6. 6. Joe Says:

    much appreciated
    il pm you my addy

  7. 7. Joe Says:

    ahh dunno if i can PM on this site so my email has been sent to the appropraite people.

    EDIT: Joe, please don’t leave your email address in the open like that. At the very least, please put it like this:

    lumpyleg [at] hotmail [dot] com

    Remember folks, the spam bots are EVERYWHERE!