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Google Hacks, Third Edition Język: 2

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Cena Brutto: 95.76

Cena netto: 91.20

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Wersja: Drukowana
Autor Tara Calishain
Liczba_stron 544
Wydawnictwo OReilly Media
Data_Wydania 2006-08-03
Poziom All Levels

Informacje podstawowe:

  • Wydawnictwo: O'Reilly Media
  • Data wydania: 3 sierpnia 2006
  • Liczba stron: 544
  • Autor/autorzy:
    • Rael Dornfest
    • Paul Bausch
    • Tara Calishain

Opis:

Everyone knows that Google lets you search billions of web pages. But few people realize that Google also gives you hundreds of cool ways to organize and play with information.

Since we released the last edition of this bestselling book, Google has added many new features and services to its expanding universe: Google Earth, Google Talk, Google Maps, Google Blog Search, Video Search, Music Search, Google Base, Google Reader, and Google Desktop among them. We've found ways to get these new services to do even more.

The expanded third edition of Google Hacks is a brand-new and infinitely more useful book for this powerful search engine. You'll not only find dozens of hacks for the new Google services, but plenty of updated tips, tricks and scripts for hacking the old ones. Now you can make a Google Earth movie, visualize your web site traffic with Google Analytics, post pictures to your blog with Picasa, or access Gmail in your favorite email client. Industrial strength and real-world tested, this new collection enables you to mine a ton of information within Google's reach. And have a lot of fun while doing it:

  • Search Google over IM with a Google Talk bot
  • Build a customized Google Map and add it to your own web site
  • Cover your searching tracks and take back your browsing privacy
  • Turn any Google query into an RSS feed that you can monitor in Google Reader or the newsreader of your choice
  • Keep tabs on blogs in new, useful ways
  • Turn Gmail into an external hard drive for Windows, Mac, or Linux
  • Beef up your web pages with search, ads, news feeds, and more
  • Program Google with the Google API and language of your choice

For those of you concerned about Google as an emerging Big Brother, this new edition also offers advice and concrete tips for protecting your privacy. Get into the world of Google and bend it to your will!

O autorze/autorach:

Rael Dornfest

Rael Dornfest is Chief Technology Officer at O'Reilly Media. He assesses, experiments, programs, fiddles, fidgets, and writes for the O'Reilly Network and various O'Reilly publications. Rael is Series Editor of the O'Reilly Hacks series and has edited, contributed to, and coauthored various O'Reilly books, including Mac OS X Panther Hacks, Mac OS X Hacks, Google Hacks, Essential Blogging, and Peer to Peer: Harnessing the Power of Disruptive Technologies. He is also Program Chair for the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference. In his copious free time, Rael develops bits and bobs of freeware, particularly the Blosxom weblog application, is Editor in Chief of MobileWhack, and (more often than not) maintains his Raelity Bytes weblog.

View Rael Dornfest's full profile page.

Paul Bausch

Paul Bausch is an independent web developer living in Corvallis, Oregon. When he's not hacking together web applications, he's writing about hacking together web applications. He is the author of Amazon Hacks for O'Reilly in 2003, Yahoo! Hacks in 2005, and co-wrote Flickr Hacks in 2005. Paul also helped create the popular application Blogger (http://www.blogger.com), maintains a directory of Oregon blogs called ORblogs (http://www.orblogs.com), and co-wrote a book about blogs called We Blog (Wiley). When he's not working on a book, Paul posts thoughts and photos to his personal blog onfocus (http://www.onfocus.com).

View Paul Bausch's full profile page.

Tara Calishain

Tara Calishain is the creator of the site, ResearchBuzz. She is an expert on Internet search engines and how they can be used effectively in business situations.

View Tara Calishain's full profile page.

Zawartość (spis treści):

  1. Chapter 1 Web

    1. Google Web Search Basics
    2. Full-Word Wildcards
    3. Special Syntax
    4. Mixing Syntax
    5. Advanced Search
    6. Quick Links
    7. Language Tools
    8. Anatomy of a Search Result
    9. Setting Preferences
    10. Understanding Google URLs
    11. Browse the Google Directory
    12. Glean a Snapshot of Google in Time
    13. Visualize Google Results
    14. Check Your Spelling
    15. Google Phonebook: Let Google’s Fingers Do the Walking
    16. Look Up Definitions
    17. Find Directories of Information
    18. Cover Your Bases
    19. Hack Your Own Google Search Form
    20. Compare Google and Yahoo! Search Results
    21. Cover Your Tracks
    22. Improve Google’s Memory
    23. Find Out What Google Thinks ___ Is
    24. Browse the World Wide Photo Album
    25. Find Similar Images
    26. Track Stocks
  2. Chapter 2 Advanced Web

    1. Assumptions
    2. Assemble Advanced Search Queries
    3. Like a Version: Search with Synonyms
    4. Capture Google Results in a Google Box
    5. Cook with Google
    6. Permute a Query
    7. Summarize Results by Domain
    8. Measure Google Mindshare
    9. SafeSearch Certify URLs
    10. Search Google Topics
    11. Run a Google Popularity Contest
    12. Scrape Yahoo! Buzz for a Google Search
    13. Compare Google’s Results with Other Search Engines
    14. Scattersearch with Yahoo! and Google
    15. Yahoo! Directory Mindshare in Google
    16. Spot Trends with Geotargeting
    17. Bring the Google Calculator to the Command Line
    18. Build Your Own Google Search Feeds
    19. Search Google by Link Graph
    20. Download Google Videos as AVI Files
  3. Chapter 3 News and Blogs

    1. Google News
    2. Google Groups
    3. Blogs
    4. Beyond Google for News and Blogs
    5. Scrape Google News
    6. Visualize Google News
    7. Map Google News
    8. Track Your Favorite Sites
    9. Scrape Google Groups
    10. Seek Out Blog Commentary
    11. Glean Blog-Free Google Results
    12. Find Blog Commentary for Any URL with a Single Click
    13. Track Topics on Blogs over Time
    14. Blog from Your Desktop
    15. Program Blogger with PHP
  4. Chapter 4 Extending Google

    1. Keep Tabs on Your Searches with Google Alerts
    2. Google Your Desktop
    3. Google with Bookmarklets
    4. Google from IRC
    5. Google on the Go
    6. Google over IM
    7. Googlify Your Browser
    8. Search with Google from Any Web Page
    9. Customize the Firefox Quick Search Box
    10. Build a Google Screensaver
    11. Add a Feed to Google Quickly
    12. Tame Long Google URLs
    13. Autocomplete Search Terms as You Type
    14. Refine Your Google Search
    15. Make Google More Accessible for Low-Vision Users
    16. Search for Lyrics on Google
  5. Chapter 5 Google Maps

    1. Think Global, Google Local
    2. Get Around http://maps.google.com
    3. Find Yourself (and Others) on Google Maps
    4. Build Your Own Google Map
    5. Add a Google Map to Your Web Site
    6. Map Flickr Contacts
    7. Fly Across the Earth
  6. Chapter 6 Gmail

    1. Signing Up
    2. Gmail Search Syntax
    3. Gmail Chat
    4. Additional Resources
    5. Create and Use Custom Addresses
    6. Import Your Contacts into Gmail
    7. Import Mail into Gmail
    8. Export Your Gmail
    9. Gmail on the Go
    10. Use Gmail as a Linux Filesystem
    11. Use Gmail as a Hard Drive
    12. Program Gmail
    13. Force Gmail to Use a Secure Connection
  7. Chapter 7 Webmastering

    1. Google’s Importance to Webmasters
    2. The Mysterious PageRank
    3. The Equally Mysterious Ranking Algorithm
    4. Tools for Webmasters
    5. Keeping Up with Google’s Changes
    6. In a Word: Relax
    7. A Webmaster’s Introduction to Google
    8. Get Inside the PageRank Algorithm
    9. 26 Steps to 15 KB a Day
    10. Be a Good Search Engine Citizen
    11. Clean Up for a Google Visit
    12. Remove Your Materials from Google
    13. Get the Most Out of AdWords
    14. Generate Google AdWords
    15. Scrape Google AdWords
    16. Add Search to Your Site
    17. Feed News to Your Web Site
  8. Chapter 8 Programming Google

    1. Signing Up and Google’s Terms
    2. The Google Web APIs Developer’s Kit
    3. Using Your Google API Key
    4. What’s WSDL?
    5. Understanding the Google API Query
    6. Understanding the Google API Response
    7. Beyond Web APIs
    8. A Note on Spidering and Scraping
    9. Program Google in Perl
    10. Install the SOAP::Lite Perl Module
    11. Program Google with the Net::Google Perl Module
    12. Loop Around the 10-Result Limit
    13. Program Google in Java
    14. Program Google in Python
    15. Program Google in C# and .NET
    16. Program Google in VB.NET
    17. Program Google with ColdFusion
    18. Program Google with PHP 5
    19. Program Google with VBScript
  1. Appendix 1 Track News About Google

    1. Google Sources
    2. Outside News Sources
    3. Google Employee Blogs
    4. Grassroots Sources
  2. Colophon

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