E. C. Riegel – Master of Monetary Truth « Beyond Money. Throughout my career as a monetary transformer, I have drawn heavily upon the profound and insightful writings of E.
C. Riegel (b. 1878; d. 1954). As I wrote in one of my books, I’ve learned more about money from Riegel than from any other source. Riegel left a great legacy of writings and correspondence. That legacy would have been lost to us except for the fact that Spencer MacCallum happened to meet Riegel a year before his death, and recognized the greatness of his work and its importance to the future of civilization – to peace, freedom, and general prosperity.Riegel wrote about all of those things because, as he showed so clearly, they are dependent upon the liberation of the exchange process from the dominance of political and banking interests, and he showed how private initiative and voluntary action could achieve it. I once told a colleague, “Why go prospecting in the desert when we’ve already found the mother lode?” Like this: Like Loading... Mechanize. Stateful programmatic web browsing in Python, after Andy Lester’s Perl module WWW::Mechanize.
The examples below are written for a website that does not exist (example.com), so cannot be run. There are also some working examples that you can run. import reimport mechanize br = mechanize.Browser()br.open(" follow second link with element text matching regular expressionresponse1 = br.follow_link(text_regex=r"cheese\s*shop", nr=1)assert br.viewing_html()print br.title()print response1.geturl()print response1.info() # headersprint response1.read() # body br.select_form(name="order")# Browser passes through unknown attributes (including methods)# to the selected HTMLForm.br["cheeses"] = ["mozzarella", "caerphilly"] # (the method here is __setitem__)# Submit current form.
. # print currently selected form (don't call .submit() on this, use br.submit())print br.form You may control the browser’s policy by using the methods of mechanize.Browser’s base class, mechanize.UserAgent. YOURLS: Your Own URL Shortener. Piwik - Web analytics - Open source. KISSA.BE - URL SHORTENER. Heritrix - Heritrix - IA Webteam Confluence. This is the public wiki for the Heritrix archival crawler project.
Heritrix is the Internet Archive's open-source, extensible, web-scale, archival-quality web crawler project. Heritrix (sometimes spelled heretrix, or misspelled or mis-said as heratrix/heritix/ heretix/heratix) is an archaic word for heiress (woman who inherits). Since our crawler seeks to collect and preserve the digital artifacts of our culture for the benefit of future researchers and generations, this name seemed apt. All topical contributions to this wiki (corrections, proposals for new features, new FAQ items, etc.) are welcome! Register using the link near the top-right corner of this page. Heritrix is designed to respect the robots.txt exclusion directives and META robots tags, and collect material at a measured, adaptive pace unlikely to disrupt normal website activity.
(If you see a different User-Agent in your logs that still says 'heritrix', it may be someone else using this open-source software. Heritrix 3.2.0: A php spider and search engine. Sphider is a popular open-source web spider and search engine.
Searching Supports AND, OR and phrase searchesSupports excluding words (by putting a '-' in front of a word, any page including the word will be omitted from the results). Administering. Free PHP URL shortener script that kicks ass. Written by Brian Cray on August 26th, 2009 After seeing some of the other coding approaches to personal short URL services, I decided to write my own PHP URL shortener script and share it with the world.
Benefits Can shorten over 42 billion unique URLs in 6 or less characters (it can do more than 12,000,000 in only 4!) Super duper fast—uses very little server resourcesIncludes an API so you can create your own short URLs on the flyOption to turn clickthru tracking on and offOption to limit usage to 1 IP address for personal use and to prevent spamming from othersOnly uses alphanumeric characters so all browsers can interpret the URLSecure—several data filters in place to prevent SQL injection hacksOption to check if the URL is real (doesn't respond with a 404) before shorteningUses 301 redirects for SEO and analytics yumminessOption to store a local cache to prevent database queries on every redirectOption to change the characters allowed in a shortened url Installation <?
<? .htaccess. Lessn. I recently purchased shaun.in (ooh, dynamically generated SVG).
Because the domain itself is so short (compared to the verbose shauninman.com) and in light of the current volatility exhibited by third-party url shorteners, I thought I would try my hand at rolling my own shortener. A few people have inquired about it so here we are. Lessn is an extremely simple, personal url shortener written in PHP with MySQL and mod_rewrite. Download the latest version of Lessn and check out the included README.txt for installation instructions. I’m not sure about minimum requirements but I’ve been using it with PHP 5.2.6 and MySQL 5.0.41 and users have reported success with PHP 4.4.8 and MySQL 4.1.25. Lessn is offered free, as is, sans support and without warranty (but is really not as scary as all that). Downloaded 7666 times. Welcome to Apache Nutch®