Spammers: The Game, I just bought this on ebay, seems like it will be some good fun. From the site:
Each player is competing to pull off the most lucrative scams. You do this by spamming mailing lists. The more closely related the mailing list is to the type of scam you’re trying to pull, the easier it is to score.
I knew it from the first glance, that regular expressions were very very beautiful. As of today, I feel that I have a pretty good grasp of regular expressions. Pay attention and one day you might be a regex god like me.
I’m sure you all have that buddy that told you that regex is easy and all you need to know is ‘<tag>(.+?)</tag>’. Trust me, that won’t get you very far. I’m gonna start with one of the most common examples, html links aka <a> tags. I’m using PCRE regex (PHP), so you may need to adjust for the regex implementation you are using.
Following up on yet another silly phrase made up by Mr Bluehat, I’ll tell you how to do black hole SEO in another way. You know what else people scrape a lot? Search engine results.
So how would you go about making people scrape SERPS that include links to your sites? (more…)
You might get an .edu link from here: morpheus.cs.umbc.edu/bloglines
I’m not sure if it’s still updated though, a couple pages I looked at might be out of date.