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  1. Hello everyone :) I have been using several different means of downloading ever since I was in grade school; a close buddy of mine showed me how to use XDCC bots to download packs and such, and also showed me Scour Exchange (later evolving into Morpheus, then KaZaa), but my favorite was Direct Connect/DC++. Those programs allowed me to further enhance my knowledge with how to search and find files on a much larger scale (in terms of hubs containing back then TBs-now PBs) worth of data. It was until high school that another close friend of mine showed me Shad0w's Experimental BT Client, which later lead to successors' uTorrent, BitComet, and Azureus (later known as Vuze). I use uTorrent to this day, and enjoy not only work (I deliver food, so most of my day is spent driving around), but hanging out with family and friends. I am here to not only share my knowledge of how to find information through different means, but to learn as well. I have mainly BT trackers to share, but if anyone needs help with DC, ED2K, NZB and *some* DDL, let me know! Glad to be back! Here's hoping to see you in some threads