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    Best E-learning tracker

    I would like to know the best E-learning private tracker.
    According to you guys and your experience
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    I'm only on BitSpyder... it's decent. I had an account on Bibliotik and found it to be overrated, but maybe it was because I didn't need college textbooks or obscure stuff. I've heard good things about MyAnonamouse and TheGeeks, with the caveat that the latter has shitty staff.

    My first resource for finding e-books, however, is not any torrent tracker but using the following custom Google search through Tor Browser.

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    https://cse.google.com/cse?cx=003753031376654422446:szjag5vbefo
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    same as anon but i would recommend you to rather check google for ideas on which courses you want then get them from google and if its books then check zlibrary or libgen/mam. most e-book private trackers are either overrated or i don't know how to use the search.
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    I like ABTorrents. A lot of ebooks.
    I am struggling to find an e-learning tracker for young children.
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    Anyone on TheVault? I heard so many nice things about it.
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    I did not mean books. I mean like courses related to "money making" and "seduction".
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    Quote Originally Posted by alina View Post
    I am struggling to find an e-learning tracker for young children.
    That's a very niche category. All the children's trackers I'm aware of have movies, TV and music, but not e-learning material. I think MAM has a subcategory for "juvenile" books and audiobooks, which may or may not offer what you're looking for.

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    Anyone on TheVault? I heard so many nice things about it.
    If you're into running businesses, investing and money-making, they're excellent, and that includes their forums. Unfortunately that's partly because they're a virtual monopoly in this regard (there's only one much smaller alternative called BizTorrents), and their staff are known to be unfriendly, turn down applicants and ban accounts for vague reasons (see http://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?p=351304 or search for "thevault" on /r/trackers/).

    Back in the day they had open signups, and I discovered the URL encoding bug in RatioMaster with a throwaway account, but now they're application-only and fairly tough to get into.

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    I did not mean books. I mean like courses related to "money making" and "seduction".
    Money making: TheVault, BizTorrents (see above)
    Seduction: ThePlace, BitSeduce
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    I'm only on BitSpyder... it's decent. I had an account on Bibliotik and found it to be overrated, but maybe it was because I didn't need college textbooks or obscure stuff. I've heard good things about MyAnonamouse and TheGeeks, with the caveat that the latter has shitty staff.

    My first resource for finding e-books, however, is not any torrent tracker but using the following custom Google search through Tor Browser.

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    https://cse.google.com/cse?cx=003753031376654422446:szjag5vbefo
    why would we should use tor ? it's working fine on chrome
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    To prevent Google from knowing which books you plan to illegally download. If you don't mind that, use whichever browser you like
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    To prevent Google from knowing which books you plan to illegally download. If you don't mind that, use whichever browser you like
    Instead of google you can use duckduckgo

    For books i used libgen too, great website.
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    There is a new e-learning private trackers created by the ex staff members of bitme. The name is sciencelab. It's still in beta.
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    It depends what you are after - I am on TheGeeks & also was on BitSpyder but neither are really good for the courses I look for - data & marketing. I like Zyzoom more & you can just download direct from some of the links.

    For new books, you can also try Mobilism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H265 View Post
    There is a new e-learning private trackers created by the ex staff members of bitme. The name is sciencelab. It's still in beta.
    Is MusicalMind among them? And will they still revoke your invite privileges for "security reasons" if you're a member on any torrent-related communities? These are very important questions!
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    MyAnonamouse, BitSpyder, learnflakes, TheGeeks & elbitz.net are the best. Of course I would include RuTracker/IPT in this category as well. Never needed eLearning content and found it outside of them. But sometimes in this category, torrent is not the most reliable source to find what you're looking for. So I got to DDL sites like sanet.st/community & board4all.biz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H265 View Post
    There is a new e-learning private trackers created by the ex staff members of bitme. The name is sciencelab. It's still in beta.
    Is it open for signup?
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