New Technology

The websites are of interest to me at the moment. Take a look and let me know what you think

1) Pubet – http://www.pubet.com

2) WiPeer – http://www.wipeer.com

3) Wippien – http:/ww.wippien.com

4) NearShare.net – http://nearshare.net/

<1) PUBET

Are you tired of uploading photos, music or videos to share with friends? Try Pubet.

Pubet brings a great sharing experience right to your web browser. The idea behind Pubet is to leverage broadband users’ computers to allow them to control their own content without uploading files. With Pubet, you decide who can see what. It is about time to change the way we use Internet and give the power back to the users.

No uploading: Simply create a local album and drop files into it, and they are ready for your friends to view.
No web hosting fee: You are hosting your website on your own computer.
Total control over your content: Content never leaves your computer. You decide who can see what.

2) WIPEER

What is WiPeer ?
WiPeer enables sharing files directly among computers, playing multi-player games, chatting, and collaboration over both Wi-Fi and home/office networks.
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Who needs WiPeer ?
– You are visiting your friends and would like to transfer photos of a shared trip from your laptop to theirs. Wouldn’t it be great if you could share your files with them directly from one computer to the other?

– You are sitting in a boring lecture. You and your friends all have laptops, but your university has not installed an access point in the lecture room. Wouldn’t it be great if you could play a game of Chess or Reversi against them, or even gossip with them about yesterday’s football match?

– You are stuck in an airplane for a long flight and you are looking for something to do. If you could only play a game of Chinese checkers with other passengers…

– You have a home network, or even a small office network, and you’d like to share files among your computers without having to set up a dedicated server. There has to be a simple way of doing this.

3) WIPPIEN
VPN and Instant Messaging – all in one!

Wippien is used to create personal networks with your friends and contacts that also use Wippien.

You can create real VPN by linking yourself directly to computers arround the world without any special setup. Wippien uses NAT traversal techniques to penetrate NAT devices and make direct connections between peers.
You can access your friends’ shares, printers, services, desktop, even ping them directly just as if they were sitting in a room next to you.
No matter where you are. No matter where they are.

It is also an Instant Messenger that support many known protocols, such as ICQ, MSN, Google Talk….

It is fully featured IM Client that can exchange messages and files, have visual and audio notifications on new events, change its appearance – all in one product! it can connect to ICQ, MSN, Yahoo, AIM, Jabber, Google Talk and many other protocols!

4) NearShare
Point two or more computers in the same home or office to http://nearshare.net.
On one or more of these computers, select the file(s) you would like to share.
Watch the file names instantly appear on all of the computers used in step 1.
Click the filenames to download the files.

jargon-free versionnearshare.net allows you to share files on your home or office network. The nearshare.net page includes a program that runs in your browser for as long as that page is open. When you choose to share a file, that program announces the file’s availability to the local network.

When others on your home or office network visit the page (which runs the program), their computers hear your announcements and display them in a list. When they click on a file they wish to receive from you, their browser connects directly to the program running in your browser, transferring the file.

Your files never hit the Internet – they stay within your network at all times.

technical version

nearshare.net allows you to share files within a UDP broadcast domain. The nearshare.net page includes a Java applet. When you choose to share a file, the applet begins sending regular UDP broadcasts on port 7564 at a rate of approximately two per second. These broadcasts contain the filename and related metadata.

When others on your home or office network visit the page (which runs the applet), they receive your UDP broadcasts and display the results in a list. The URLs presented for each file point to a web server (NanoHTTPD) embedded within the applet running on your computer that serves your shared file(s) directly.

Your files are never transferred to nearshare.net; the only information flowing between your browser and nearshare.net are the nearshare.net web pages, the applet itself, and the icons displayed in the list (from which, technically, some aggregated anonymous information could be gathered regarding the extensions of shared files).

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