If you owns a blog / website, you’ll certainly want more visitors come to your site and make your site more popular on the internet. Now, I’m releasing SteamPosts that can help you achieve this goal. I hope this service can help all your users.
As a webmaster, SteamPosts is beneficial to you because it can:
- Increase your site traffic
- Help visitors find interesting & new articles
- Easily promote your articles / website with SteamPosts’ network
- SteamPosts is easy to setup! No matter what type of CMS you’re using, it all gets set up by providing us a RSS link
As a visitor, SteamPosts is beneficial to you because it can:
- Look for related articles easily
- Help you read new articles
- Visit random blogs / websites
You can do all this by register the service using E-mail and embed the SteamPosts widget on your website!
Here’s how the widget looks:
To register the service, please make sure you followed these rules:
- Your website / blog must set up for more than a week
- Website articles shall not contain political, pornographic, violent, racist, endanger public safety, etc.
- Website article shall not violate the law of the United States
- You shall place the widget on your site before registration
- You shall place the widget at the index page or anywhere that is linked to the index page
- If your website contents haven’t been updated for two months, we’ll remove your site from the blogroll without any notifications
- Your articles should have 90% or above of authenticity.
- We can change the rules of using SteamPosts at any time, without prior notices
Please follow this format when sending E-mail registration letters:
Site name: [Your site name] Page URL: [Your site's URL] RSS Link: [Your site's RSS link] Brief description of your page: [A brief description about your website]
Finally, please send the Email registration letter to
Licson (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) or
(The messages below is for Chinese readers.)
Sometimes we need a way to share data between scripts. However, doing so needs some setups like using MySQL as a temp. data storage, or setting up a file for storing data or use something like Memcached, APC or Redis to help. But it’s complicated when these solutions are used.
In order to solve these problems, I created a PHP class that can integrate these methods and reduce development pain. (Also, it’s originally a part of libSSE, a library for Server-sent Events.)
The code above has no dependences to libSSE itself so I decided to released it as a separate module.
I hope this can help you.
Today, I’ve hosted a BitTorrent Tracker server on AppFog. The tracker server is written in node.js by Emil Hesslow and it works great!
Here’s the tracker: http://licaon-track.ap01.aws.af.cm/ (The tracker server is in Singapore.)
I hope that helps you and more users will use the tracker. (Of course don’t use it too excessively as I only used a free plan.)