This is a torrent I've been seeding for a while, it's pretty good.
> A collection of books that pertain to socialist/worker's-movement theory, history, movements or figures, with a focus on more recent works that aren't often available on public-domain archives. Not every book is explicitly socialist in outlook; there are a handful of books in here that just relate to important developments in history that might be interesting to a socialist (for example, *King Leopold's Ghost*, a study of the horrors of Belgian colonialism in the Congo Free State, or Judith Butler's *Undoing Gender*.)
>A mixed bag of formats; EPUB and MOBI when possible, PDF otherwise, with some HTML, TXT and DOC mixed in when totally unavoidable.
My knowledge on communist films is pretty bare, can any other comrades chime in if the torrents are worth downloading and not filled with anti-communism? I already have a few films from here that are on my watch list (*Sorry To Bother You* pops out at me). Also don't see how films like *Good Night, and Good Luck* are "leftist" but oh well.
Currently I use rutracker and several other public trackers, plus Nmac.to, to search for mac apps. (Nmac has a lot of apps, and I've never run into malware that I know of, but be cautious if you download stuff from there, because who knows).
Anyway, are there any other good resources for mac applications? Public or private.
I'm currently looking for a cracked version of a cool but expensive little program called Snapper for mac os. It gives you the ability to edit audio files directly in the Mac Finder. The version on Nmac is 7 years old. I mean, I'll give it a try. It might work fine.
But, any suggestions of trackers for mac software are appreciated.
Took me a while, but it's finally done!
Feel free to cross post this around, especially so we can get some more people seeding the torrent.
General public ebook/textbook resources
http://gen.lib.rus.ec (Use a proxy if you are having issues connecting)
http://www.alleng.ru/ russian site
http://www.eknigu.com/ russian site
http://www.freeetextbooks.com/ need to signup
http://forums.mvgroup.org (need to register)
Here's a custom search engine for ebooks: http://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=000661023013169144559:a1-kkiboeco
Sites it indexes:
Academic Torrents (new site)
There are a lot more public torrent trackers, see here for more.
These last few are sort of specialized eBook private trackers, google them for some info.
You can also try googling phrases like 'textbook/book title .torrent' or 'textbook/book title .pdf' or 'textbook/book title ebook' or anything along those lines if you are getting desperate, but beware of malware, viruses, etc.
Private ebook trackers (Feel free to make a request for any of these in the Consolidated Invite Thread (see the no movement list in the OP)
http://myanonamouse.net (see reddit offers for invite)
So my understanding is that most/all online games will try to authenticate and therefore won't allow you to access online content, right? I saw one torrent host advise blocking program from getting online or communicating thru steam.
I've wanted to snag Overwatch e.g. but was worried about this.
Speaking of Steam, I saw some "steam codes" or something that allow you to get a game through steam. Any risks associated with this?
Sorry for confusion, I had these thoughts like a week ago
Edit: thanks for the answers, comrades. Happy pirating!