Kickended by Silvio Lorusso is online database artwork archiving the Kickstarted campaigns that got not even a single penny. This competitive aesthetics of failure has been able to attract the attention of major national newspapers (from the British “The Guardian” to the Italian “Corriere della Sera”).
05/30/01 Comuna, new P2P software.
A new exchange client peer-to-peer competitor all'agonizzante Napster is suddenly popped up in Brazil. Called Comuna (from communism with a lot of icon of Lenin), is supported by Centralmp3, one of the major server free tracks in the country. Only available to users in Brazil, takes advantage of a network-like Gnutella network and 'yes without central server, but still quite slow. None of the owners of this site believe that the program is illegal. As stated Fabio Bruzamolin "If we think of Comuna as a program for piracy, then any enabled software download (including Internet Explorer) it would be."