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by Michael Wolff

  • Author: Michael Wolff
  • ISBN: 0062516116
  • ISBN13: 978-0062516114
  • ePub: 1182 kb | FB2: 1882 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Networking & Cloud Computing
  • Publisher: HarperOne (July 7, 1999)
  • Pages: 288
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 403
  • Format: doc docx mbr lrf
BotGuide : The Internet's Hottest Tools That Work the Web for You ePub download

A Peter Rutten and Michael Wolff book, with Ben Greenman.

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The old ways of the We. .Bot Guide : 1001 Internet Robots at Your Command. by Michael Wolff and Peter Rutten. From the creators of the popular "NetGuide" series comes the first guidebook to the world of bots, the next wave of software "agents" that will do almost anything you want done online.

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An Internet bot, also known as a web robot, robot or simply bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks (scripts) over the Internet

An Internet bot, also known as a web robot, robot or simply bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks (scripts) over the Internet. Typically, bots perform tasks that are both simple and structurally repetitive, at a much higher rate than would be possible for a human alone. The largest use of bots is in web spidering (web crawler), in which an automated script fetches, analyzes and files information from web servers at many times the speed of a human.

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Forget about endless searching, haphazard surfing, and suffering through long load times. The old ways of the Web are over. Easy-to-use and comprehensive, BotGuide details the new tools thatare changing the Web and how to take advantage of them. For working professionals, students, parents, and anyone who shops, searches, or communicates online, BotGuide holds secrets that will save you time, money, and aggravation.

Is this just more technology hype? No. There are hundreds of software robots, called bots, that can do your chores and take care of your business-- from tedious surfing and searching while you're leading your life, to alerting you that your flight is delayed, your car may be towed, your stocks are up, and your mother's birthday is next week. BotGuide is the first book to review these bots and tell you where to find them and how to use them. It's as simple as telling a bat what you want it to do. Bots will ...

organize the sea of information in your many areas of interest--from gardening, to health issues, to late-breaking news;

find the best deal on your dream car, new television, or favorite collectible;

search for a job tailored to fit your career goals;

inform you that there's a new CD, book, or movie that you'll like;

notify you whenever your name is mentioned on the Internet;

find you the right pet, bike, even college;

advise you when it is a good time to sell or buy a stock;

check sites that you frequent for updates and inform you of changes daily;

read and respond to your email, keep your calendar, and much, much more.

BotGuide includes:

Hundreds of bots related by category

Ratings for usefulness

Bots for all user levels

Great money-saving bots

Xwnaydan
as described and very fast shipping I will buy again
Yellow Judge
It's amazing what a short passage of time can do to a once promising technology. In '99 when this book was written bots were hot. Now in '02 the fad has passed, and like most best wishes the promise was not realized. This book is a testament to the hopes and desires we had for agents, bots, and "look ma no-hands info gathering".
Many of the companies, products and services listed in the book have tanked, some I hated to see go, others left the scene none-to-soon, some are hanging on by their fingernails, but there are a few like Travelocity that have hung in there and become real brands, although we don't know of them as bots.
The problem I had with the book was that it considered almost any site that had some level of personalization or "web service" as a bot, and bots they're not.
All-in-all I enjoyed the guide because the creators spiced it up with humor and interest in their topic. They obviously enjoyed their assignment. I for one would pay for a new or updated version of the BotGuide because there are so many new tools that would fit and could stand the attention. It wouldn't hurt me if they would had an ongoing online way to cull out the dot.carcases that didn't make it.
Samulkis
An otherwise good book was ruined by the inclusion of 4 1/2 pages of so-called adult services. It's unfortunate that Harper Collins Publishing would allow such content to be featured in a book I otherwise had high marks for. It wouldn't have hurt sales the least bit to have left the stuff out. I could not and would not recommend this book to others!
Malahelm
Well this is a very resourceful book, has a lot of websites with bots, and describes and gives examples of all kinds. It wasn't exactly what I was trying to get. Which was a bot as a program for a website...
Alsanadar
BotGuide - The Internet's Hottest Tools that Work the Web For You, written by Michael Wolff and Peter Rutten, with Ben Greenman, lists hundreds of research and automated tools that can perform a variety of very helpful tasks. However, pages 231 through 235 offers readers...some descriptions and links to online porn sites...
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