Web - farms - nature and humans
Oh yes, rain. The silver strands of hair that fall from angels living
in dark clouds. As these drops of water hit welcoming surfaces, a unique
melody is played to those willing to listen. Feel your users E-mail as
this tiny drops of blessing from heaven above. Spend some free time to
read, feel or store this awesome spectacle from your users. It worth every
drop, preserve it and use it with a thought!
If e- commerce is life, e- communication is like water. No life without
water. How well we utilize this precious life saving recourse is more
then a matter of survival. As the proverb goes, "Water trotted is as good
Frogs still exist here. No good farms without frogs. Unknowingly most
modern farmers eradicate them. State of the Web farms are same.
A helpful bull frog called hypertext links use to wander all over Web
sites and now, they started keeping a bull dog instead. You pat this creature,
and it will drop down its dirty tongue.
follow seed time. What we learned from this harvest help us to take more
yield next time. With the web as a great farm land observing and analyzing
haystacks of log files give farmers a feed back.
Sow good seed, shall reap good yield. Here we keep collecting good seeds
Our seeds are natural and cultured.
A Spider is a program that automatically traverses the Web's hypertext
structure by retrieving a document, and recursively retrieving all documents
that are referenced.
same as Spiders, although technically a worm is a replicating program,
unlike a Spider.
same as Spider, but note WebCrawler is a specific Spider
distributed cooperating Spiders.
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