Wednesday, October 3, 2007


Another popular way for downloading videos for various purposes is BitTorrent. BitTorrent has been around for a couple of years now and there's enough information out there, floating on the Internets, to make this a very short post. The only tricky part about BitTorrent is finding a good site. And even though it can be tricky, one site, tvRSS, is turning out to be nothing short of awesome.

tvRSS tracks North American TV shows from some of the other BitTorrent sites and is perfect for the ex-pats who are don't like watching flash videos or who are excuded from the big network video sites because they don't live within the United States:

ABC: "Only viewers within the United States can watch these full-length episodes.”

CBS: "This content is not available for viewing outside the United States.”

NBC: “We’re sorry, but the video you've selected isn't available in your location.”

Fox: “Thank you for your interest in FOX. This video is currently available for viewers living in the United Stated.”

CW: "Thank you for your interest in The CW. This service is currently available to viewers living in the United States.”
For the super keen, you can even configure your bittorent client to download the shows automatically. It's easy and, again, the Internets can easily help you with any problems you have.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There's only 1 internet!