Very cool . . .
what is this ?
un:firstname.lastname@example.org pw:drib WatchThatPage is a free service to monitor web pages and extract new information from them. Changes are sent in a daily email.
Pay for that? Stumble.
I'm sure this is somehow useful, but it just seems like another one of those things that feeds the (often dangerous) illusion that information can somehow be managed.
Seems nice, but the number of pages I visit regularly is pretty small, so I can check for the changes manually. The concept is definitely cool though.
if only this could be combined with rss/xml --- you could basically generate an rss feed for any page...
This is just like url-minder from way back in 1995.
When url-minder went under, I just wrote my scripts using wget, html-to-ascii, and diff to monitor web pages. It's quite fast, it uses my own personal resources, and I don't have to give up my privacy. Oh, and it's also free. :-)
Same as wysigoth does, without the offline browsing ability.