This afternoon I was finally able to release yet another new web application for the Rotten Agenda website: PingZilla. PingZilla, which is a free SEO tool, is a cross between the typical blog pinging services (e.g. Ping-o-Matic!) and directory submission tools. I've been working on it extensively for the past week and a half or so, and although I had planned to make it public earlier this week I was unable to do so due to an ongoing DDoS attack affecting our web host. While it currently may appear slim in nature by offering just 21 different services I did create it to be quite modular, and so once I find new services (or have visitors send them to me) I can fully integrate them both quickly and effortlessly.
Aside from the addition of PingZilla I have also introduced the Rotten Agenda's news archives — a simple way to view each of our past articles, news, posts, and website updates in a month by month fashion. Ginger Vitus is also continuing to produce the two or three "5 Things I Hate" articles that are now a week past due, but she's been focusing heavily on her schoolwork. Nevertheless I fully expect those updates to be made available this week if not this evening.
Rotten Agenda visitors can also expect to start seeing a lot more tutorials in the near future: from rapidly hacking wireless networks and effectively cracking hashed passwords to streamlining downloads with your browser and everyday practical tips. Although only somewhat related to this topic I'm also very interested to see how my benchmarks increase once I receive my new 1200W PSU, and two of the AMD/ATI Radeon HD 5970 graphics cards.