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Subject: Re: HTTrack does not capture pdf files correctly....
Author: cityshade
Date: 05/10/2004 14:51
 
He's right about the redirect.
Have you tried reading the httrack documentation?Skimming parts that are over
your head is not the same as 
reading and won't get it done. At some point, in order to 
progress efficiently toward the completion of your goals 
you might consider outsourcing. For example: although I 
normally wash my own car, this weekend I brought in a 
detailer because I knew my time was better spent bringing 
four more 250GB drives online. That's right - nothing but 
PDF all vis-a-vis Google. Had extra time so I made a 
little button to send URLs into winhttrack or notepad. 
Still had time so I turned my bayesian spam filter into a 
parser and put it to work searching for novelty within the 
wordlists httrack optionally generates. I came here with 
the intention of posting the resources but I can see that 
would be a mistake, even more egregious than beating a 
query into the ground 20+ times. Information wants to be 
free, but the press can resist the standard of the lowest 
common denominator, the rationalization that all news is 
fit to print that has appeared anywhere else.
 
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05/02/2004 01:18
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05/04/2004 23:13
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05/05/2004 22:24
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