Whiz kid inventor Bram Cohen and a small cadre of developers and entrepreneurs are in the final stage of launching an advertising-supported search engine dedicated to cataloging and indexing the
thousands of movies, music tracks, software programs and other files for download over Cohen's popular BitTorrent protocol. The free search tool will be the first large-scale commercial offering from
BitTorrent, a five-person company headed by Cohen that so far has drawn most of its revenue from T-shirt sales and PayPal donations.
Read the whole story at Wired, May 23, 2005 »