If Premier League Team Names Were Based On Their Logos
Animated famous paintings, funnier than it sounds. Produced for Australian sketch show The Elegant Gentleman’s Guide to Knife Fighting.
Doug Bayne, Ben Baker and Trudy Cooper, 2013
I was one of the early adopters of µTorrent, having started used the first public beta 1.1 all the way back in 2005. When Bittorrent acquired it in 2006 I was concerned but decided to stick with it as it was still the best Bittorrent client available.
I even tolerated the ads added in the August 2012 build of µTorrent which I needed to update to thanks to the write cache bug uncovered by Pleasuredome users (of which I am one). However, recent bullshit has prompted me to look elsewhere posthaste.
- must be open source
- updated regularly
1. eliminated Tixati unfortunately, which I like the look of. 2. did away with Halite, which I really wanted to succeed, but it seems a bit of a dormant project.
I was down to 3: Deluge, qBittorrent and Transmission. I tried all three, but they didn’t really suit my workflow. And then, the client-daemon architecture of Transmission to the rescue. I found Transmission Remote GUI, which I found suits me just fine (i.e. it works like old µTorrent!) and now I have my new BT client.
So, I guess this is goodbye µT. It has been great, thanks.
Here’s something a little different to remember him by.