By now, you’ve probably heard about the Torrent search-engine, a tool that turns your web traffic into real-time traffic.
But it’s a really simple tool that does a lot more than that.
The Torrent team is releasing a new open source engine that can be used to generate and deliver real-world traffic data to a web service like Google.
And this new tool can do it all from the comfort of your home.
“We are working on a new tool that we think will allow the search engine engine to do things like provide real-Time traffic data from a site or a company, to a company or an organization, or to any other data source,” said Torrent creator Jason Zuckerman in a blog post today.
“We think this tool will allow for more complex real-estate searching, better aggregated content, and a much richer data set than is currently possible with a search engine.”
Zuckerman said the new engine is a work in progress, and the team is still in the process of creating features.
“At this point, it is very early days,” he wrote.
“However, we believe that the new Torrent tool is very promising and worth exploring.
In the future, we plan to add other features and make the tool more robust.”
The new engine will be built from the “source code” of the Torring team’s website.
And that code will allow anyone to contribute to the engine.
“There are a lot of ways to build an engine,” said Zuckimmer.
“So I would encourage everyone to go out and get their hands dirty.
We’ll see how it turns out.”
The engine will work in conjunction with the “Torrent Search Engine.”
In other words, the engine will connect to a Google search API and be able to return traffic and other data about websites.
Zuckimmer said the engine could also be used for data mining.
“If you want to do some real-life data mining, or you want a real-times look at traffic, then the engine can be a great tool to have,” he said.
“One of the big advantages of using a search API is that you don’t have to worry about whether the traffic is coming from a search or from another source.
You can query it and see exactly what it is that is coming through your web server.”
The engine can then provide search data and traffic aggregated from other sources.
But the engine isn’t limited to the web.
It can be useful in other applications.
“The search engine is not the only way you can use the engine,” Zuckimmers said.
“You can also use the search tool to generate real- time traffic, which you can then deliver to your own search engine.
You could do all of that from your web browser.”
For example, if you’re trying to get traffic from a realtor, you can create an API request to Google to get the traffic from the realtor.
Then you can deliver it to your search engine using the Torred tool.
“Then you can also feed the traffic into your own internal search engine, or use your own data feed to serve the traffic to your customers,” Zucksmith said.
That said, there’s still a lot to learn about the new tool.
It’s still early days, and Zuckmers said there’s “no guarantee” that the engine has any of the features or features it needs to be useful.
“As the project continues, we will be updating the tool, adding new features, and making sure that the features work and are usable in a real world environment,” he told me.