It is always very simple and easy to download music, games, e-books and much more through latest search engine Goofind; which is best suited to utilize Google’s wide range of database to look for the files to match you r search. In spite of improvised search methods and parameters, which can be used on the Google search, while downloading files, Goofind too functions much on the same lines baring the fact that it limits the result to certain pages that connect to the files that tally with the enquiry.
Here it is important to note that the highest record of results come from unprotected user servers or directories. Generally speaking, users have their own special space to save data required, when they take help from a certain server or directory.
But then, many directories do come unprotected and even if the search engines do ultimately find their texts, they land up with search engines’ entire index, including what they do not require. Therefore, to find directories with required files, simply enter a search term in the form and press the search button. Goofind will then publish all this, with light advertisements on the sides.
Goofind’s duty is to broaden your search results by giving you details of the unprotected server data too, making your search a much more effortless one. You need to enter Goofind.com and enter the search details. Goofind will come back with 10 hits/page along with a great many ads too on the sides. Google Chrome users can utilize the Chrome extension as well.
Go to Goofind.com.
E-books come of age: What about the Pirates though?
The year 2010 is out to take e-books to the next level – Apple is planning to come out with tablet PC / e-book reader and the entire publishing industry is gearing up to launch digital books in a big way. However, the current feeling (and an ominous one) is that once e-books become popular, piracy will be just two steps behind.
Although it is impossible to weed out piracy, the publishing industry is taking careful steps to avoid making the mistakes made by the music industry in dealing with piracy. The music industry simply lashed out thoughtlessly with DRM, excessive policing, lawsuits, format changes, and unreasonable prices. In the end, it looked as if the music industry was out to take away your freedom. Confused and irritated fans simply retaliated by downloading pirated versions with vengeance.
However, the digital book industry are already taking proactive measures. For starters, a consensus is being formed on a common format for ebooks. Hachette – a leading digital publisher – has adopted the epub format in both the US and UK divisions. Many other companies are also following suit. The main idea is to use DRM in the right way – give customers more universality in terms of the ebook formats, and greater flexibility in terms of access and usage.
However, currently, e-books cost more than the print versions because apart from the a digital book has to pay the VAT charge of 17.5% – which the print version is exempt from. Until and unless the players in the e-books industry find some way of clearing up this glitch, it could turn out to be a serious setback in the future.