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  1. TV-Vault aka TVV where smart people go to find rare TV shows of the 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's as well as some of the well known shows of the 80's, 90's & through 2010. We appreciate your being here and choosing us as your source for the good old shows. Please remember to be kind and seed for others to enjoy the same old shows. Now back to your program.
  2. Since it's about time you were all updated on the current situation with the site, it's probably best to start at the beginning. You shall have the full story, nothing left out. Our first issue came when the PayPal account was frozen and all funds within. We have been fighting since the first day it was frozen to rectify the situation and free up the funds that were there. Since we operate on a smaller budget than most of our fellow sites, the funds were not substantial and equated to a little over 1 month of bills. Staff covered the bills of the site for as long as they could, but eventually something had to give. First on the culling list was the 10Gbit Auto Box which is why the Pre times have dropped quite a bit and another reason why the Auto is currently either not running or pretty patchy from time to time. Our second issue raised it's ugly head when we believe someone to have reported the Domain for not having the correct "Whois" info. This meant that it was subsequently suspended. This seems a common tactic these days to easily take sites offline. Our third and most recent issue was due to a staff member who had control of the server and the payment links being away on holiday. This meant that none of the other staff could access the payment info in order to pay for the server (again out of staff pockets) The server was suspended and we moved to an old back up as a temporary solution. So here we are with no funds and now no Domain and an expired server !...... Yeah Great ! But not to be beaten...... At the last minute, the payment information was able to be sent to another staff member who paid the bills, which enabled us to set about getting the server back online again. This was finally completed yesterday. We had funds in the BTC account so we managed to get hold of another Domain to use. The .me that we now operate under. The costly ddos protection for the site was also renewed at this time.. The following, further steps are currently being taken to get us back on track. A Mass Email is being sent to all accounts that have not logged in within 1 week. We will notify them of the change to our Domain and this will hopefully allow more users to find their way back home to us. We urge you to also let people know the new URL as and where you can. We are looking at new ways to accept donations. PayPal is hard to get away from and we pay many of our bills this way. Currently we are going to reactivate the Donate page, but donations can currently only be accepted in BitCoins (BTC) until we can find suitable methods for keeping a PayPal account unfrozen. We currently have a half assed plan to somehow convert BTC and transfer to a PayPal account and then pay bills, but one of the things that worries us is the lack of popularity in BTC. But at least it's a start right ? So there you have it. Our problems and, hopefully, our solutions. I understand their has been talk in IRC about our demise and the possibility of us vanishing. Please don't listen to it. We have come this far. We have been taken down before, Domains taken away from us and yet we keep bouncing back. This time will be no different. We are just in a dark place right now, but together, as a team, as a family, as a community ! We can come through it. We WILL come through it. //Staff
  3. Hello Everyone, Its Our Pleasure To Announce That Team NTb Is Now Official Team Of www.ExDesi.com Many Of You Know About NTb They're Known For Their Top Notch Encodes. They Release BluRay Encodes In 720p, 1080p, WEB-DL Etc. So Please Welcome Our New Team NTb. They Would Do Their Best To Provide All Quality Encodes Here. PS:- Don't Bother Requesting To Join This Group Because Its a Closed Group You Don't Get To Ask They Ask You. In Regards Sophie Administrator
  4. Harassment and abuse in games culture. We won't stand for it. In recent weeks, an increasingly fervent debate has raged online about video games. Some of this debate has focused on ethics in game journalism, but some of it has consisted of vicious and abhorrent attacks on individuals and groups within gaming, particularly on those calling for a more open and inclusive games industry. The GameSpot team is made up of a diverse group of passionate gamers who care deeply about the future of this medium. We have had many discussions internally over the last week about what should be said on behalf of the site staff regarding the recent events in the industry, and we felt it was important to release a short statement to make it very clear where we stand. Over its 18 years of existence, GameSpot has often commented on the cultural impact of gaming as the medium rapidly rose in popularity and significance. At the same time, GameSpot has always remained focused on one key thing: video games. We want this site to be a celebration of the medium, a great place to discover and discuss video games, and an inclusive place where any game fan should be able to share his or her voice. Although we consider any debate dealing with game journalism ethics to be vitally important, we do not condone any actions that are meant to harass, bully, or intimidate others. We also refuse to give oxygen to a disturbing minority who seek to use this debate as an excuse for their own appalling actions. We believe that gaming has a bright, inclusive future ahead of it, and the industry is strong and diverse enough to accommodate games and gamers of all types. However, the medium that all of us care for so much will only grow as long as we continue to treat people who make, play, and talk about video games with respect. Our own belief is that actions speak louder than words. We choose to lead by example — through the content we create, the staff we hire and the way we conduct ourselves — and to not feed the grotesque and appalling behaviour of some individuals. We are not planning further comment on this, but note that we will continue to reinforce our site’s zero tolerance policy for anything constituting harassment of our users, our staff, or indeed, anyone else, for doing nothing more than sharing an opinion or being different. NOTE: We've been having some issues with the comment system below. Feel free to discuss this over in Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  5. In recent years BitTorrent Inc. has managed to get some of the biggest artists in the world to work with them, using BitTorrent technology as a promotional tool. The company is currently looking to add more partners to the roster and in their pitch they claim that BitTorrent users tend to be heavy music consumers. BitTorrent Inc, the company behind the successful uTorrent and BitTorrent file-sharing clients, has been making huge efforts in recent times to shed the false image that the company is synonymous with online piracy. One of the key ways it’s changing this perception is by partnering with well-known artists such as De La Soul, Moby and Madonna, and showing that BitTorrent is an ideal tool to connect artists with fans. To provide some examples of what it can do, BitTorrent Inc. has made a distribution and advertising deck with success stories. Thus far more than 10,000 artists have used BitTorrent’s bundles, generating over 100 million downloads which convert into real sales. Slide from BitTorrent’s advertising deck (via Digiday) Aside from listing its successes the company also reports some intriguing statistics on the consumer behavior of its community. On slide 12 BitTorrent Inc. notes that its community is 33% more likely to buy albums online, makes 34% more DVD purchases, watches 34% more movies in theater and is twice as likely to have a paid music subscription. BitTorrent’s community Because BitTorrent Inc provides no source for the data provided in this last slide we contacted the company last week to find out more. Unfortunately, we haven’t received a response thus far. However, while writing this article we found that the numbers reported in the pitch deck trace back to one of our own articles. The data reported by BitTorrent Inc. comes from music industry group IFPI and details the buying habits of music pirates. BitTorrent Inc subsequently used these piracy statistics to sell its “community†to potential partners. This is interesting for a variety of reasons. First, IFPI’s research doesn’t mention BitTorrent users, but file-sharing music pirates in general. Furthermore, since when does BitTorrent see “music pirates†as its community? Perhaps that’s the reason why the source for the data isn’t provided in the pitch deck (IFPI was mentioned as source in an earlier pitch deck). That said, BitTorrent Inc is right to point out that file-sharers tend to be more engaged fans than the average person. Even the RIAA was willing to admit that. It’s good to see that more and more artists, including many big names, are beginning to recognize this potential too. Even U2, whose former manager is one of the most vocal anti-piracy crusaders, has now decided to give away its latest album for freehoping that it will increase sales of older work. Without piracy, that would have never happened. http://torrentfreak.com/bittorrent-users-buy-33-music-albums-online-140914/
  6. New research from Spotify shows that music piracy via BitTorrent dropped 20% in Australia during the first year the streaming platform was operational. The drop was mostly driven by casual file-sharers, and the number of hard-core pirates remains stable. Since its launch Spotify always had a very clear goal in mind. Compete with piracy and make it obsolete. To see how the company is faring on this front Spotify regularly researches piracy rates in countries where they enter the market. Thus far the results have been rather positive. In 2012 the streaming service entered the Australian market and Spotify’s own research now shows that music piracy via BitTorrent dropped significantly during the following year. In a keynote speech at the BIGSOUND music conference today, Spotify’s Director of Economics Will Page reveals that the volume of music piracy has decreased 20% between 2012 and 2013. Similarly, the number of people sharing music via BitTorrent in Australia has gone down too. “It’s exciting to see that we are making inroads into reducing the music piracy problem within such a short space of time in this market,†Page says. “It shows the scope for superior legal services (offered at an accessible price point) to help improve the climate for copyright online,†he adds. While the overall volume is down not all pirates are giving up their habit. The research found that it’s mostly the casual file-sharers who stop sharing, while the hard-core pirates remain just as active as before. Also worth noting is that interest in illegal music downloads pales in comparison to that of other media. The research found that the demand for TV-shows and movies is four times that of music. Spotify suggests that it’s partly responsible for the drop in music piracy, but doesn’t say to what extent. It’s also not clear how the demand for and volume of other forms of piracy changed in the same time period. Page sees the drop in music piracy as an encouraging sign, but notes that more has to be done. While Spotify’s Director of Economics doesn’t comment on specific anti-piracy proposals the Government has put forward, he does stress that both carrots and sticks are required to address the issue. “Let’s be clear, Australia still faces a massive challenge in turning around its much talked about media piracy challenge, and it always has, and always will, take a combination of public policy and superior legal offerings,†page says. “The downward trend in piracy volume and population suggests superior music legal services like Spotify are making a positive impact, and this has proven to be the case in Scandinavia, but it will take both carrots and sticks to turn the market around.†The research seems to suggest that services like Spotify are reasonably good carrots, but what the sticks look like will have to become clear in the months to come. http://torrentfreak.com/spotify-music-piracy-down-australia-140910/
  7. As far as Beatles anniversaries go, today is a pretty cool one: It's the 45th anniversary of the day the iconic Abbey Road cover photo was shot by Iain Macmillan. In honor of that ubiquituos image, below we've rounded up some of our favorite images and moments honoring the iconic shot. Come for the Glee kids, stay for the unexpected Parent Trap clip. 1.) When Glee released two all-Beatles-music tribute episodes in 2013, they also released some homage-y cover art as well. 2.) Paul McCartney himself got in on the fun (and his own Beatles-era "Paul is Dead!" rumors") with the cover of his 1993 album. 3.) Performing live at Abbey Road Studios, this cover isn't exactly a surprise for 2006-era Kanye West. 4.) An illustrator had some fun with the Simpsons for a Nov. 2002 Rolling Stonecover. 5.) Sesame Street: Is there anything the beloved kids show hasn't lovingly spoofed? 6.) The Red Hot Chili Peppers put their own...unique...spin on Abbey Road for the cover of their 1988 release, The Abbey Road E.P. 7.) The Parent Trap: Didn't expect to see a young Lindsay Lohan on this list, did you? But a scene from the actress' earliest film role gave a knowing wink to audiences when it had her travel across the famous street among a montage of iconic places. (The fun starts at :58)
  8. Mumbai-based Fox Star Studios said it will adapt the film in Hindi. “We think the story will have an emotional [connection] with Indian audiences,†said Fox Star Studios CEO Vijay Singh. “The original English version was released here a couple of weeks ago and is still running. The film has done a business of about $1 million. We had actually thought of adapting it locally even before the film was released here.†Details about the adaptation are still being worked out “in terms of which director will helm the project along with casting details and when it can go into production,†Singh added. Based on John Green's novel of the same name, The Fault In Our Stars was directed by Josh Boone and stars Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolff, with Laura Dern, Sam Trammell and Willem Dafoe in supporting roles. Woodley plays a 16-year-old cancer patient who attends a support group where she subsequently meets and falls in love with a cancer survivor (Elgort). In May, FSS released City Lights, the Hindi remake of U.K. foreign Oscar entry Metro Manila. Recently, the studio unveiled the teaser of Bang Bang!, the Bollywood reworking of the Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz-starrer Knight And Day. Starring A-list actor Hrithik Roshan and actress Katrina Kaif, Bang Bang! will open on October 2.
  9. 2014-06-01 04:24:58 Dear wafflers, Waffles is supported entirely by its community (that's you!), and we thank you for your donations that pay for our servers. Unfortunately we are currently running dangerously close to the red. To compound our problems, many of you may have been experiencing 502 gateway errors recently — this is related to hardware issues that are starting to plague us. It’s time for a server upgrade. If we are going to purchase the necessary hardware, we're going to need some extra help from the community to make it happen and keep the site running. So we ask you, dear Wafflers: please take a moment to think about what Waffles means to you, and donate to keep us running. As always, 100% of the proceeds from your donations will go into paying our bills and funding our server upgrades. We estimate that we have until approximately June 14th before we risk getting shut down. If we can raise 6000€ in that time, we will be able to pay our bills and make a dent in hardware payments. This will allow us to reward everybody with bountiful site-wide freeleeches. Good time to get your ratio up Most importantly, you'll sleep at night knowing that you helped keep Waffles running! To make this fundraiser more exciting, we are taking a page from the Kickstarter book and introducing tiered donation point awards! Not only will you be able to make a contribution to our community, but you will be able to come away with some extra points to boot! 5€ - 350 points (enough to convert invites into anytime invites, or trigger half-leech for yourself) 10€ - 750 points (enough for a 48 hour half-leech for yourself) 20€ - 1500 points (enough for 24-hour freeleech for yourself) BTW, we are cooking up some fun plans for the rest of the year. Can’t reveal too many details yet, but stay tuned… Sincerely, the Waffles staff :waffleslove: Shinikaru, darylith, infowolfe, michelle, Woodenhead, pogglywoggly, Lorentz, Narfarious, nomado, kaishin521, radicaldino, Samhain, thrace, condon313, Vitz, Haarry, olenpriit, lostsupper, galador, edgewyn, thread, synapt, groovyds, MidniteRockr, MusicMan02, zaatar