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Final Post

October 2, 2009

No – I’m not dead yet!!

This is a final post at Tigerstail.wordpress.com because I am tired of seeking knowledge and bitching about that which is. It is time to use my skills to develope the solutions to all of the problems I have discovered.

Join Me at jimmicap.wordpress.com

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GSI 4 Firefox – Cool Tool!

February 14, 2008

Sometimes you trip on Browser add ons that are a fantastic idea. I mean you hit a site you want to explore and you can click the page links, get lost and never explore both the depth and breadth of the site. You may leave without finding what you want. What the Google Site Index does is draw a site map based on Googlebots knowledge of the public area of the Web site. Now certain cites like youngerbabes.com and young-models.org (which can’t be searched with the site command) cannot be indexed. Others which have thousands of pages like thehun.net yield a very organized site index which is less than a page.

Installation is simple, and once installed it’s easy to use. Just click on tools and open up GSI (or right click on the screen) and up pops the interface. Confirm the Domain, click start and the site is indexed. You should probably stay away from the recursive search as after trying twice with two different sites, it locked both times. Then Google accused me of having a virus and locked me out until I entered some twisted letters.

If I have a complaint, the results pop up as a html page that you can only click on one link before it disappears. The workaround is to save the page as html on your desktop and work from there. If you have basic HTML skills, you might want to open the page in notepad and cut the script at the bottom before you start exploring the site. While GSI indexing is totally anonymous, your site visits are not unless you do the standard Google trick of saving the URL’s in notepad and using the Google cache while stripping all images or by using a proxy.

So far, I haven’t used GSI for anything serious if you don’t count looking at the good, the bad, and the ugly architecture of my own Web sites.