I know I've been absent a lot around here as of late, but that doesn't mean I've been sitting around doing nothing. In fact, I've been working on quite a bit way back here behind the scenes!
With that in mind, I'd like to introduce you to EvilFeed—a diabolical tool which I think you will most certainly come to enjoy.
"What is EvilFeed?" you might ask. And boy am I glad you asked, because I can definitely explain!
Aggregation, Annihilation, and Mossad-Style Spying!
What I've put together here is the ultimate news photo aggregation source for just about every country involved in what has been referred to as the "Axis of Evil." Iran, Syria, and a handful of terror groups. All presented to you, the reader, in a completely virus- and tracking-free format, so you can get a firsthand look at these nations' official photo feeds without worrying about what's going to happen to your computer.
And, while we don't cover every Axis-of-Evil nation in the world as of yet, we definitely plan to. Which means you'll always have new and exciting material to peruse.
But Wait, It Gets Better!
This system is powered by a tool I call "Snarf," which is perhaps the most diabolical web spider the world has ever seen. I can't go into too much detail, but to say that it would be almost completely impossible for any one of its targets to block it, without shutting down their website that is.
Think of it as a robot Mossad, infiltrating every web server in Iran by impersonating the Browser Across the Street.
"Hi, I'm Firefox!"
The best part is, thanks to the brilliance of the frontend system, you can get involved in the mockery, too! Comments, captions and ratings all let you share your own personal mocking touch with the dictatorships we mock—And, thanks to the handy-dandy RSS feed, it's all delivered straight into your regular newsreader!
(More features will be added as we go, of course!)
So anyway, log in, check it out, and share it with your friends—And be sure to let us know what you think of it all!
Just remember this:—Snapped Shot does not acknowledge the copyright claims of terrorists. And these guys are definitely terrorists.