The same pirated goods with a prettier interface

Though the design was not approved by the venerable A.G. Williams, I spent some time on reworking the ResNet Search and made it a bit prettier. I’d hate to have all my work go to waste, so I decided to put it online for everyone to preview.

It is provided for demonstration purposes only, of course.

See it here: jlaselva.web.wesleyan.edu/resnet.

P.S. As with all things in life, Firefox is recommended over Explorer.

6 thoughts on “The same pirated goods with a prettier interface

  1. Anonymous

    The only problem that I see with this is that it’s visible to the outside internet, which means that the RIAA/MPAA could potentially find it.

  2. Anonymous

    The only problem that I see with this is that it’s visible to the outside internet, which means that the RIAA/MPAA could potentially find it.

  3. Justin

    “List all the files on a server” is browse host.I chose ResNet Search because I thought few people would know that SMB is the technology underlying the way Windows shares files. I suppose Network Search would be more obvious. Thanks for the suggestion!

  4. Justin

    “List all the files on a server” is browse host.

    I chose ResNet Search because I thought few people would know that SMB is the technology underlying the way Windows shares files. I suppose Network Search would be more obvious. Thanks for the suggestion!

  5. Anonymous

    No Browse Host?Also, I think “SMB Search” or “The Network” sounds better than “ResNet Search.” Other than that, pretty slick.

  6. Anonymous

    No Browse Host?

    Also, I think “SMB Search” or “The Network” sounds better than “ResNet Search.” Other than that, pretty slick.

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