||How long do you think it will be before they run out of absurd names to place before the obligatory "ster" ending for file sharing programs? Blubster is yet another music sharing network with yet another silly name. As with similar services, Blubster is a decentralized online community for sharing and downloading music files. Blubster uses the MP3BTF engine, and boasts one million users. It's less-than-shy Web site claims, "Optisoft's peer-to-peer technology is the product of detailed and long term research as well as studies about transport protocols like UDP and peer-to-peer technologies like Gnutella. We do believe this technology means obviously a breakthrough for the digital media industry and intellectual property rights. Only the future will tell if Blubster will be THE technology to share files between peers." And with a name like that, how could it go wrong?