The historic day of Friday the 23rd of May, 2003. From Baku Today, Azerbaijan. (looked like an interesting place to get the article. ) http://www.bakutoday.net/view.php?d=4645 366,000 downloads a day is quite a number and that doesn't even count the number of alternate spyware-free versions out there. I was first turned onto this software by a net-friend when Morpheus was still using their software engine before Sharman Networks sent out the kill code and Morpheus had to switch to a different engine. I had been a Napster user and when it was killed there really wasn't a good easy alternative till Morpheus showed up. I was almost in awe when I first used it. Downloads would come from multible sources at once, you could preview what you were downloading, and you could restart lost downloads, or pause and finish later. It was, and still is as Kazaa (Lite hacked K++ beta for me), an incredible piece of software. As I type this there are 3,324,122 users online (3.3 million) and they are sharing 743,666,904 files (743.6 million) which total 5,988,736 GB of data (30 thousand 200gig drives full of data!!!). That's a lot of media out there being shared.