My daily readings 07/29/2007

Welcome to Opportunity Alert

    Build a Web spider on Linux  Annotated

      A spider is a program that crawls the Internet in a specific way for a
      specific purpose. The purpose could be to gather information or to understand the
      structure and validity of a Web site. Spiders are the basis for modern search
      engines, such as Google and AltaVista. These spiders automatically retrieve data
      from the Web and pass it on to other applications that index the contents of the
      Web site for the best set of search terms.
      • When you think of a spider in nature, you think of it in its interactions with an environment, not in isolation. The spider sees and feels its way around, moving from one place to another in a meaningful way. Web spiders operate in a similar way. A Web spider is a program written in a high-level language. It interacts with its environment through the use of networking protocols, such as the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) for the Web. If your spider wants to communicate with you, it can use the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to send an e-mail message. - post by joel
      When you think of a spider in nature, you think of it in its interactions with an
      environment, not in isolation. The spider sees and feels its way around, moving
      from one place to another in a meaningful way. Web spiders operate in a similar
      way. A Web spider is a program written in a high-level language. It interacts with
      its environment through the use of networking protocols, such as the Hypertext
      Transfer Protocol (HTTP) for the Web. If your spider wants to communicate with
      you, it can use the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to send an e-mail
      message.

        Startupping – A Community for Internet Entrepreneurs

          Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech 2005  Annotated

              Google Architecture | High Scalability

                SlideShare » List —many scalablity ppt

                  MIT OpenCourseWare | About OCW

                    Kaleidoscope Painter  Annotated

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                        When death comes calling, so does Oscar the cat – CNN.com

                          All Things Distributed: Reading References
                          Reading References

                            VideoDL.org – Download Online Video (Google Video, YouTube etc) in a Flash!

                              Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life – Google Scalability Conference Trip Report: MapReduce, BigTable, and Other Distributed System Abstractions for Handling Large Datasets

                                defmacro – Weblocks – A Common Lisp web framework

                                  QQ宠物守农庄怎么过关啊?_百度知道

                                    Seattle Conference on Scalability

                                      Geeking with Greg: Google Scalability Conference talks available

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