Kevin Werbach: "Playing around with the preview release of Kontiki a P2P rich media distribution tool, I noticed an interesting parallel. Kontiki uses a delayed gratification approach: You select video or other files you want to download, and the system sends them to you in the background, with a notification when the content is available on your hard drive. This may happen in a few seconds or overnight, depending on available bandwidth and your connection. I expected to find this interface frustrating, but it feels surprisingly comfortable." Adam Curry: "virtual bandwidth."