American computer programmer and entrepreneur best known for developing Napster, one of the first popular peer-to-peer file sharing platforms. The success of Napster landed Fanning on the cover of Time magazine. He is also known for his involvement in Snocap, Rupture and Path.com.
In it's modern form, Sukodu was first published on November 12, 2004, in The Times, UK. The newspaper received a "complaint" the very next day from one Ian Payn. He had got so engrossed in the puzzle that he missed his bus. [more...]