Hacking Books with Safari Web Services
Subject:   I don't see the utility of this program
Date:   2004-11-01 21:48:55
From:   gavinbong3
I'm sorry but I don't see the usefullness of the affiliate API. Yes, it will allow you to search for occurence of some search strings in Safari's catalog of books; but here's the catch - those books need to be in your bookshelf if you want to read further. Is it possible to limit the search results to come from books within my bookshelf ?


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  • I don't see the utility of this program
    2008-04-16 07:51:36  manoj $ [View]

    where can i get hacking tool s can any one tell me

  • I don't see the utility of this program
    2004-12-02 16:45:39  CITEC [View]

    A low-tech solution would be to keep a (manually-updated) text file on your computer containing a list of all books currently in your bookshelf, and then adjust the Perl script to read that file and ignore search results from books not in that list. I'd use a command-line flag to tell the Perl script to use the file or return all results.