Peer-to-peer file sharing site, the Pirate Bay (TPB), announced its most ambitous undertaking yet, The Virtual Bay (TVB). After starting on just four Linux servers, TPB's systems have gradually updated over the last 10+ years. They dropped trackers, then torrents, and now, they are departing from earthly form altogether.
Thanks to a new device being developed by Russian, Israeli and Japanese neuroscientists that will plug right into your brain, TVB users will see everything at 100% resolution; the device will also neutralize outside noise. Users will no longer watch a movie, they'll live it.
And because of the power of the brain and nervous system, TVB will be fast. Scientists predict that once TVB reaches 1,333,337 nodes, "everything will be shared instantaneously."