There’s only 2 copies of this shirt, I made them on spreadshirt.com, the other one belongs to Fitim the original founder of MyBloop.com. I believe I’m the 3rd or 4th person to join the project, I did so around 2006, and it wasn’t until spring 2008 that we had the current look and feel of the site, along with the current logo which was created by El Blogo, an amazing graphic designer from Venezuela, who also gave birth to the FrostWire logo.
MyBloop.com According to Wikipedia
MyBloop is a file hosting and social networking website, based in New York, USA.
Angel Leon, one of the founders of the service once said:
“Google downloaded the Internet, MyBloop.com uploaded everybody’s hardrive to it“
Details of the service
* Free of cost
* No need to enter CAPTCHAs to access files
* No waiting time required to access files
* Unlimited number of simultaneous downloads
* No limit on the size of file the user can upload
* No limit on the number of files the user can upload and manage in account
* Ability to upload all types of files
* Ability to stream .mp3 files, without the need to download them (with a flash interface)
* Ability to stream .flv files, without the need to download them (with a flash interface)
* Ability to stream .wma files, without the need to download them (with Windows Media Player plugin)
* Ability to stream .wmv files, without the need to download them (with Windows Media Player plugin)
* Ability to organize the music files in playlists
* Uploaded images are displayed in embedded form (no need to download them to see them)
* Ability to organize files in folders
* Ability to delete files
* Ability to rename uploaded files
* Files are never deleted (unless the user deletes them, of course)
* Ability to upload multiple files at the same time
* Ability to mark files as “private”, so only people that know (or guess) the exact URL of the files/folders can access them
* No discrimination against people based on their location (unlike Megaupload, for example)
* Free and open source, cross-platform software, that allows the user to upload files from the desktop (BloopLoader)
Chris Pirillo has reviewed this week our Infinite Storage service MyBloop.com very positively, and he has called it “The World’s Biggest Hard Drive.
Christopher “Chris” Joseph Pirillo (born July 26, 1973(1973-07-26)) is the founder and maintainer of Lockergnome which is a large blogging network. He spent two years hosting the TechTV television program Call for Help before parting ways with the show. He also hosted the first annual Call-for-Help-a-Thon on TechTV. He now hosts videos on several internet sites, including CNN.com, YouTube and his own website.
Chris Pirillo live streams from his home-office using Ustream technology and uses this to create YouTube videos daily with a focus on software, computers, iPhone applications, and other technology-related topics and events.
Chris Pirillo is also an avid blogger, combining his website which contains over 1,500 posts, and updating his micro-blogging accounts, such as Twitter and FriendFeed daily.
Every year, Pirillo hosts Gnomedex, a technology conference tailored to technology and blogging enthusiasts.
About MyBloop.com MyBloop.com is a free service that allows its users to store an unlimited number of files absolutely for free. It allows for an evolving and incremental set of functionalities depending on the file types, being the more feature rich, music, playlists and picture files. It has social features, search, and several file sharing functionalities such as flash embedding, which makes it attractive to podcasters and musicians looking to host their audio files and get exposure without paying for the storage or the bandwidth.
Another great find for my Drum n Bass needs. Don’t miss the 14th song, “Still Grey”
Eagerly anticipated 2007 sophomore album from the awesome Australian Drum ‘N’ Bass trio. Hold Your Colour is packed with 13 bold and diverse tracks, from anthems to emotional journeys inspired by nearly every genre of music in existence. Check out furious dancefloor smashers ‘Slam’, ‘Hold Your Colour’ and ‘Tarantula’, the smooth and soulful ‘Plasticworld’, ‘Streamline’ and ‘Still Grey’ and the Latin-Rock-80’s-Electro fuelled Funk of ‘Girl In The Fire’. Breakbeat. 2007.
Madonna’s eleventh, and final, studio album for Warner Bros., Hard Candy is a brilliant up-tempo collection that adds a hip-hop beat to the cultural icon’s club sensibilities, thanks to collaborations with Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams, and Nate “Danja” Hills. Following her previous studio album, 2005’s Confessions On A Dance Floor, which debuted #1 and has sold more than 8 million copies around the globe, Hard Candy punctuates the first 25 years of the album career of the most successful female artist in history with a musical exclamation point.