Finally anyone can browse the web at work and not feel like Big Brother is watching.
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Portland, ME (PRWEB) October 10, 2007
PEERmadness, LLC today announced the beta availability of PEERmadness, the company’s flagship peer-to-peer social networking application. PEERmadness beta (http://www.peermadness.com) provides a mechanism to block online advertisements and bypass security firewalls and restrictive filters. The final release will also include instant messaging and file-sharing.
PEERmadness is a proprietary peer-to-peer architecture for joining a large number of unassociated computers into a grid to accomplish tasks that would otherwise be impossible or require massive infrastructure. In addition to offering enhanced services to individuals, the peer-to-peer nature of the program lends itself to cultivating and harboring logical social networks.
“The goal of PEERmadness is to create a huge grid of computers to perform tasks that can benefit from either the massively parallel or massively distributed nature of the grid,” said Malcolm Toon, owner of the one year old company. “The philosophy of PEERmadness is to join the users in a natural ‘community,’ separated only by distance.”
The PEERmadness program runs without installation on any Windows machine. Any browser can be coupled to the application. The program connects the computer to the PEERmadness grid, making it a node that can use and be used by any grid service. Grid services include: Firewall Avoidance, Instant Messaging, File Sharing and Ad Blocking.
Founding member Jason Manders is very excited about this release: “Finally anyone can browse the web at work and not feel like Big Brother is watching.”
For more information, please visit http://www.peermadness.com. The PEERmadness application, website and all associated content is Copyright of PEERmadness, LLC – © PEERmadness, LLC 2007. All rights reserved.
About PEERmadness, LLC – PEERmadness, LLC is a business in Maine developing “PEERmadness” – a distributed computing interconnect and necessary intelligence layers that combines a collective assortment of consumer computers into a single processing entity capable of providing services not otherwise possible.