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Software for social network analysis

Software for social network analysis

Mosh: the mobile shell Social Network Analysis & an Introduction to Tools Create Your Own Automated Twitter Robot in PHP The ultimate guide to creating your own personalized twitterfeed clone! Kidding… Actualy this is just a mockup, a simple prototype, which is way too fresh for any actual use. We’ll take this forward step by step. I’m not going to give out all my sources but I’ll guide you through authentication, rss lookup, parsing, thanking for retweets, and shooting random stuff at people that mention your robot. Here’s a brief list of features we will implement: Runs in console, no HTTP accessAuthentication via OAuth, tweeting via OAuthRSS lookup, parsing, forming tweets in bound of 140 characters including a postfix (hashtag or RT)Tweeting ‘thank you for retweeting’ to users that retweet the robotFollowing people that retweet the robotActing strange on users that mention the robot All this is going to be setup on a linux box running crond and acting every 15 minutes or so. Registering an App at Twitter OAuth Clients Setting up the Environment What environment? Authentication: Storing the Access Tokens

» How to make a Twitter bot with no coding - Digerati Marketing As usual, lazy-man post overview: With this post you can learn to make a Twitter bot that will automatically retweet users talking about keywords that you specify. You can achieve this with (just about) no coding whatsoever. Why would you want to do this? Here we go. Step 1: Make your Twitter Bot account Head over to and create a new account for your bot. Step 2: Find conversations you want to Retweet Okay, we’ve got our Twitter account and we’re going to need to scan twitter for conversations to possibly retweet. So my bot is called “DigeratiTestBot”. Step 3: Getting the feed The next thing you need to do is get the feed results, which isn’t quite as simple as you’d think you see. After you’ve done your search you need to get the feed location (top right) so copy the URL of the “Feed for this query” Store that in a safe place, we’ll need it in a second. Step 4: Making the feed accessible Okay, so there’s a teeny-tiny bit of code, but this is all, I promise! 3. 5. Finished!

Avoiding common HTML5 mistakes Between curating sites for the HTML5 gallery and answering readers’ questions here at HTML5 Doctor, I see a host of HTML5 sites and their underlying markup. In this post, I’ll show you some of the mistakes and poor markup practices I often see and explain how to avoid them. Don’t use section as a wrapper for styling One of the most common problems I see in people’s markup is the arbitrary replacement of <div>s with HTML5 sectioning elements — specifically, replacing wrapper <div>s (used for styling) with <section>s. <! Now, I’m instead seeing this: <! Frankly, that’s just wrong: <section> is not a wrapper. With that in mind, here’s the correct way to mark up the above example using HTML5 and a couple of ARIA roles. <body> <header> <h1>My super duper page</h1> <! If you’re not quite sure which element to use, then I suggest you refer to our HTML5 sectioning content element flowchart to guide you along your way. Common mistakes with the figure element Ah, <figure>. Not every image is a figure <!

Hacker Tools: BackTrack There are hundreds if not thousands of hacker tools out in the wild. Some hacker tools have a single function, others are multipurpose. BackTrack is the mother of all security / hacker toolkits. BackTrack is a Linux distribution that is security focused and contains over 300 security tools integrated with a highly polished user interface. BackTrack is packaged in a Linux Live distribution which means that it can be run completely off of a CD/DVD or USB thumb drive without having to be installed on a host computer's local hard drive. BackTrack's tools are organized into 12 categories: Information GatheringVulnerability AssessmentExploitation ToolsPrivilege EscalationMaintaining AccessReverse EngineeringRFID ToolsStress testingForensicsReporting ToolsServicesMiscellaneous The tools that comprise BackTrack are all open-source and free. One of the best parts of the BackTrack audit toolkit is its development and support community. There are hundreds more tools that are part of Backtrack.

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