Friday, October 19, 2007

End Of Online Porn, Comcast Blocks Net Traffic, Aroma Ads


disruptive
End Of Online Porn?

A proposal would require every adult who wants to upload a naughty picture to a social network would have to submit a photo ID and state their full name, date of birth and other personal information. The network would have to maintain that record for as long as the picture exist.

Update: Age Record Deemed Unconsyitutional

Comcast Blocks Some Internet Traffic

If widely applied by other ISPs, the technology Comcast is using would be a crippling blow to the BitTorrent, eDonkey and Gnutella file-sharing networks.

What other forms of file delivery applications will be used?

Aroma Scented Ads

The aromas are generated by a computer-controlled device that receives its instructions over the Internet and results from the test could help kick-start a new form of advertising that assaults our sense of smell to push products

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi. I like the daily disruptions a lot. Physorg is truly a great resource, too. Wondering what you think this might mean for startup company Voyant International and their rockestream product?

Scott Shaffer said...

I think RocketStream their UDP protocol could be very disruptive for content delivery.