Decentralized Internet Domain Names Using Peer-2-Peer DNS


There is a new wave of technological interest focusing on how to make it more difficult for big corporations and governments to manipulate the internet, after the recent WikiLeaks domain name problems and COICA DNS hijacks. One idea gathering pace would be some kind of peer-to-peer (P2P) Domain Name System (DNS).

There’s an on-going project called Dot-P2P which aims to create a .p2p Top Level Domain (TLD) that is totally decentralized and that does not rely on any Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) DNS service.

Get A Temporary Disposable Email Address Instantly

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When you want to quickly check out a website, it may disappoint you to find out that it’s impossible unless you give away your Email address. Then if you do, you may start getting spam and junk mail that quite frankly we can all do without… So what’s the solution?

25 Spoofs of The Social Network or Facebook Movie

While I’ve been away, The Social Network, aka Facebook Movie, was released but all the previous hoo-haa was drowned out by a certain Wizard’s movie called Harry Porter which broke all records….. Anyway, here are 25 spoofs of The Social Network or Facebook Movie, to remind ourselves of (or help us forget!) what it was all about in the first place!

NETFLIX Videos Taking Over The Internet

Watch out World! On Sept. 22, Netflix began offering its streaming movie service in Canada. This was Netflix’s first venture outside of the United States, and because the company wasn’t offering its traditional DVD-by-mail plan to Canadians, its prospects seemed questionable. How many people would pay $7.99 per month (Canadian) for the chance to watch Superbad whenever they wanted?

How the Matrix movie would perform on Windows XP

The Matrix is a 1999 science fiction-action film. The film describes a future in which reality perceived by humans is actually the Matrix: a simulated reality, But what if it run on Windows XP?