Recovered from the Wayback Machine.
Okay, I’ll be the first to admit I’m a mood today, but there’s few things that tick me off more than this application of “P2P” to any old technology that comes along. And then this proud standing back as if all is explained.
Give me a break.
John throws this simple little sentence out as if the word comes from on high:
What’s the killer app for a desktop content management system? P2P + Web Services + desktop CMS (Radio). Killer combo.
I posted a comment to the note asking where the P2P was in this equation. I am not expecting a response.
There is no P2P with Radio. Period. Please don’t tell me “full peers” or any bullshit like that. If there is an assumption of a hard coded IP that is online 7×24 then that is a server. I don’t care what you call it.
Web services. Yes. Desktop content management. Yes. But Radio has no P2P element.
It is a good product and I enjoy using it, and I think it’s interesting that Userland has been able to get all these people to do all this work for no pay via the new publishing paradigm but there is no P2P element in Radio!!