Wish I had great internet and could torrent the 120 gb of Mises media.
Now, listening to longer audios, the download aborts every 5-10 minutes, and I have to reload the page to try to get the Flash audio player to resume. Some, like 4hr book chapters, don't "resume download" so I only get the first bits.
Are there Mises mirrors in the Midwest (Minnesota, US)?
Can I buy a hard drive with the whole media torrent on it?
if you go to media.mises.org you can pick out individual files to download.
if you have firefox you can install the add-on called download them all which supports resume.
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Why don't you go to a library or internet cafe with fast internet, take a portable usb drive and download the torrent while you sit back and read a book.
I haven't really found one that fast around here, in fact, most seem to throttle worse than my 45kbp/s! But otherwise, yes.
Really should have a static IP and do a legit torrent, then, keep it up to redistribute.
That sounds OK.
..add-on called download them all.. Yes, this makes sense too. I had had it, then uninstalled it for some reason I forgot. Hm, ads?