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LPT: Turn an eBay search or username into an RSS feed to be notified when an item you want is put up for sale.

2013-10-18T17:01:00+00:00

Older link modification methods are failing, but this new one works:

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My list of useful PC and Gaming software

2017-08-27T17:10:14+00:00

All software listed here is free. This turned out to be a community project of recommended software. Before installing software - i recommend scanning it for viruses here: https://www.virustotal.com Hardware and Monitoring OCCT (link) - hardware test (CPU, RAM, GPU and PSU) and monitoring. HWInfo (link) - hardware information HWMonitor (link) - hardware information. Open Hardware Monitor (link) - hardware information. Speccy (link) - hardware and system information. CPU-Z (link) - CPU, Mainboard and RAM information. GPU-Z (link) - GPU information. SSD-Z (link) - SSD Information. SidebarDiagnostics (link) - simple sidebar for Windows desktop that displays hardware diagnostic information. AIDA64 (link) - CPU and RAM stability and benchmarking. Prime95 (link) - CPU and RAM stability test (also produces maximum possible heat for CPU - can be dangerous for new processors, use with caution). Linpack (link) - CPU and RAM stability test. CrystalDiskInfo (link) - HDD and SSD information. HDDScan (link) - HDD information. SeaTools For Windows (link) - hard drive diagnostics suite from Seagate, works with any brand of hard drive. MSI Afterburner (link) - hardware monitoring, GPU overclocking, fan control, video recording, fps monitoring. WinMTR (link) - network diagnosis tool. System Tools RUFUS (link) - bootable USB creator. Etcher.io (link) - bootable USB creator. CDBurnerXP (link) - CD/DVD/Blu-ray burner. Hiren's BootCD (link) - first aid kit for your computer. Macrium Reflect (link) - disk cloning and imaging solution. MiniTool Partition Wizard (link) - partition management as well as cloning and troubleshooting. HDD Regenerator (link) - fixes bad sectors and rebuilds MBR errors that cause cloning process to fail. AOMEI Partition Assistant (link) - partition editor. Ninite (link) - install and update all your programs at once. Chocolatey (link) - easy installation, configuration, upgrade, and uninstallation of Windows software. TeamViewer (link) - remote access client, letting users access each other's systems/files. Display Driver Uninstaller (link) - for clean install (conflict-free) of graphics drivers. Winaero Tweaker (link) - an assortment of tweaks and registry edits for improving Win 10. VeraCrypt (link) - For simple file encryption to stop others on a multiple user pc from accidentally reading any sensitive files, along with any other reason you'd want to encrypt a volume. Incinerator (link) - secure file deletion (does 4 times overwrite on deleted sectors). Browsers and Communications Discord (link) - voice and text chats. Vivaldi Browser (link) - web browser for power users. Google Chrome (link) - web browser. Firefox (link) - web browser. Opera (link) - web browser. Brave Browser (link) - very fast web browser. TOR (link) - web browser that bypass provider domain block (alternatively change your DNS). Namebench (link) - Automatically finds the best DNS server for you. FileZilla (link) - FTP server and client. QuiteRSS (link) - RSS feed aggregator/reader. Files and Explorers 7-zip (link) - archive creator and extractor. WinRAR (link) - archive creator and extractor.* WinCDEmu (link) - mounting disk images. Virtual CloneDrive (link) - mounting disk images. Notepad++ (link) - text editor. Sublime Text (link) - text editor. IrfanView (link) - image viewer. XnView MP (link) - image viewer, browser and converter. STDU Viewer (link) - TIFF, PDF, FB2, DjVU, etc viewer. SumatraPDF (link) - very fast and lightweight PDF, ePUB, Mobi, XPS, DjVu, CHM, CBZ, CBR viewer. LibreOffice (link) - office software. qbittorent (link) - lightweight but flexible torrent client. transmission (link) - lightweight torrent client. Deluge (link) - powerful torrent client. Vit Resistry Fix Free (link) - clean registry and junk files, uninstall manager, startup manager. Explorer++ - freware and customizable tabbed file explorer for windows. XYplorer Free (https://www.xyplorer.com/free.php) = freeware and customizable tabbed file explorer for windows [...]


















I made a Chrome extension that lets you hover over the names of football players to get their full career information.

2015-08-06T13:21:07+00:00

About: Roughly 2 months ago I set out on a mission to improve the way football was consumed on the web, and so I built Player Card. Player Card analyzes all the names on a website and highlights football players and leagues from across the world so when you hover over the highlighted name you'll be presented with a carefully designed pop-up box that provides information about that hovered item. Here is an example: Juan Mata. The design of Player Card was very important to me, and I think it shows. I spent many hours trying to perfect the layout and make the user experience as good as it could possibly be. Player Card has a database of over 55,000 footballers of which 1,000 are female athletes, as well as 30 leagues (top and lower tier) to ultimately make following football a lot easier. Now you might be wondering: "With a database so large, surely my page load time gets affected..." Well, it doesn't, in fact the extra load time is practically none existent. Try it for yourself you like :). Features: Player Card is still a new concept and therefore isn't very feature rich as of yet, but here are the core features: Players & leagues get highlighted within tabs. Search players & leagues within the popup window. Add, remove, and view RSS feeds. All settings are synced between your sessions and browsers. Take screenshots (that are automatically uploaded to imgur) and view Wikipedia articles seamlessly within your browser. Player Card also offers a popup window that lets you search players and leagues in the database and create rss feeds (defaults are: The Guardian, and BBC). The interface looks something like this. So no matter if you want learn more about Olivier N'Siabamfumu or Neymar, Player Card has you covered. So, I'd like to give a full overview of the extension so I figure I should also mention the cons. From a very biased standpoint, I'd have to say that Player Card has very few cons, in fact, I can only think of one that is worth mentioning. Occasionally you'll find that footballers share the same name as others. Unfortunately, my extension isn't smart enough to know which footballer is being mentioned so if you are on /r/soccer and someone mentions Ronaldo the popup box will show Brazilian Ronaldo, even though you were perhaps expecting Cristiano Ronaldo. To combat this the extension only triggers with full names, but sometimes footballers share the same full name as well, so just a warning I suppose. Future Updates: As mentioned above, Player Card is a new concept and currently only has a few core features, but I do have many plans for updating the extension and making it better. For instance I'd love for people to be able to search and hover over football clubs to find out about future and previous fixtures, squad overviews, position in table etc. I'm also looking to add live scores and match results, so keep an eye out for those. If you would like to have an active voice in how Player Card is improved and built upon, you can check out the subreddit where you can make posts and give feedback etc. That's it from me. If you would like to, you can download Player Card here. I'll answer any questions that you may have, but apart from that, thanks for reading :). Edit: Gold!? For me? Wow thanks :) Edit 2: Oh my! So much gold! Thank you so much. Edit 3: I'm slightly overwhelmed by all this feedback :). I'll try to fix as many bugs as I can within the next few days. Never expected such a great response! submitted by /u/SimonFOOTBALL to r/soccer [link] [comments][...]



Possible TSV search RSS/XML feed

2014-03-25T15:48:40+00:00

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(You'll see why it's tagged question in a bit.)

Hello, /r/SVExchange! After some research, I think I've found how to turn a reddit search into an RSS/XML feed. It seems to be rather easy, but I need to see if it actually updates with new posts (I don't see why it wouldn't, but maybe someone else will). Now, to how to do it:

Just add .xml after search, before the ? in the URL

Example URL searching for my TSV (which is the search I am using, doesn't limit to certain thread flairs): http://www.reddit.com/r/SVExchange/search?q=1610&sort=new&restrict_sr=on

Example feed URL: http://www.reddit.com/r/SVExchange/search.xml?q=1610&sort=new&restrict_sr=on

I'd like to ask some readers with RSS readers to test this with me, using a wider range search like what I am testing. I could probably test it using a series of other TSVs, or other random word, but I would like to see how it operates using what one would actually be using it for.

Bonus: Here's a URL that will limit to Giveaway posts with a TSV in the body text (just replace #### with your TSV): http://www.reddit.com/r/SVExchange/search?q=flair%3Agiveaway+selftext%3A####&restrict_sr=on&sort=new&t=all

I'm not entirely sure that that search (with a TSV in it) will work as an RSS feed, as I added it to my reader and it hasn't populated the list though the search itself returns valid results (and my RSS reader says it downloads the correct number of items, but nothing shows up).

Testing: 1610. (This is me testing the search linked above in the quoted section)

Quick edit: The feed did update with this post, so I know that one is working.

Edit 2: It seems the RSS reader doesn't like searches with flairs or tags. It will grab the threads in the case of a flat flair search, but not update them.

submitted by /u/yori07 to r/SVExchange
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Egg Search!

2015-02-28T18:55:25+00:00

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Hello all you shiny hunters out there!

  • Do you grow tired of clicking on every giveaway holding ctrl+F and typing in all of your TSVs hoping for a match (Rinse and repeat for all of the new TSV Giveaways of the day)?

  • Well now you have been set free!! :D

  • Click THIS and change the "XXXX"s to your TSVs. (UPGRADE! This now checks for TSV giveaways and FFA giveaways!!)

  • You can add more TSVs too! just and "OR XXXX" to the end in parentheses and you can search for eggs matching all of your TSVs at once!!

  • Better yet, you can and ".xml" after "search" in the URL and make it an RSS feed so you can get notifications about it!! Just make sure to use and RSS feed to do so or you will get 80 pages of "Align:center" with a lot of numbers.

  • There is one flaw in the idea: google docs. but fear not! click THIS to check for threads with a docs.google.com link in them. (Sadly this doesn't check inside the docs :( BUT my other thread (link below) CAN!! :D

  • If you did your RSS feed correctly, you should get something like THIS! and I have it ON MY PHONE!!! What a time to be alive!!!

  • --> There is a follow-up thread concerning the google doc situation HERE if you are interested <--

  • Big Thanks to Jirachi_star for the search url idea and basicrocketry for some major improvements!

submitted by /u/SDQuad6 to r/SVExchange
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RSS for Pirate Bay searches

2014-05-11T16:06:15+00:00

Hello!

My friend wanted a service which would generate a RSS-feed for searches he made on TPB since there were no good ones out there. So I created one.

http://nullfluid.com/tpbrss.php?search=hannibal&max=10 Just change search to whatever you want to search and max to how many results you want (max results is how many torrents there is on one page). Results are updated realtime, i.e. no cached result.

Backend code can be found here: https://github.com/skuom/tpbrssgen And RSS here; http://nullfluid.com/tpbrss.php?search=example&max=0

submitted by /u/Walmert to r/torrents
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I made a Chrome extension that lets you hover over the names of football players to get their full career information.

2015-09-08T12:58:17+00:00

About: Roughly 2 months ago I set out on a mission to improve the way sports was consumed on the web and so I built Player Card. Player Card analyzes all the names on a website and highlights NFL (soccer also available) players and team so when you hover over the highlighted name you'll be presented with a carefully designed pop-up box that provides information and statistics (recent games and career stats) about that hovered item. Here is an example: James Jones. The design of Player Card was very important to me, and I think it shows. I spent many hours trying to perfect the layout and make the user experience as good as it could possibly be. Player Card has a database of 20,000 footballers, as well as all 32 teams to ultimately make following football a lot easier. Now you might be wondering: "With a database so large, surely my page load time gets affected..." Well, it doesn't, in fact the extra load time is practically none existent. Try it for yourself you like :). Features: Player Card is still a new concept and therefore isn't very feature rich as of yet, but here are the core features: Players & teams get highlighted within tabs. Search players & team within the popup window. Ability to change the highlight color. All settings are synced between your sessions and browsers. Take screenshots (that are automatically uploaded to imgur) and view Wikipedia articles seamlessly within your browser. Player Card also offers a popup window that lets you search players and teams in the database and create rss feeds. The interface looks something like this. So no matter if you want learn more about Malcolm Kelly or Peyton Manning, Player Card has you covered. So, I'd like to give a full overview of the extension so I figure I should also mention the cons. From a very biased standpoint, I'd have to say that Player Card has very few cons, in fact, I can only think of one that is worth mentioning. Occasionally you'll find that footballers share the same name as others. Unfortunately, my extension isn't smart enough to know which footballer is being mentioned, this seems to be more of an issue with the soccer implementation, but it is still slightly prominent for the football implementation too. Future Updates: As mentioned above, Player Card is a new concept and currently only has a few core features, but I do have many plans for updating the extension and making it better, if you have any suggestions, by all means let me here them! If you would like to have an active voice in how Player Card is improved and built upon, you can check out the subreddit where you can make posts and give feedback etc. That's it from me. If you would like to, you can download Player Card here. I'll answer any questions that you may have, but apart from that, thanks for reading :). P.S: If you are using Opera and would like to use this there is an extension on the Opera store that lets you download Chrome extensions (link). Edit: Gold!? Thanks so much! I'm really glad this is gold-worthy :)) submitted by /u/SimonFOOTBALL to r/nfl [link] [comments][...]



Trying to understand the merits/differences between API searches and RSS feeds

2016-03-07T01:19:25+00:00

I'm using sonarr, and I see many of my indexers offer search APIs and RSS feeds.

I understand technically what each of them do. But I have a question about RSS feeds and what their role is.

Do RSS feeds tell sonarr what ALL is new/different from the last RSS feed it pulled down? Does sonarr somehow send a query up and receive results in the form of RSS? Do these RSS pings count against your daily search quota as determined by the indexer site?

Certainly those quick bursts of RSS data don't have everything on the index.

How does RSS feeds work for the purposes of usenet feeds?

submitted by /u/AgroDissident to r/usenet
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