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joenorton committed May 4, 2012
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2 Methods --- Command-line Arguments or Text File
-Command-Line Args:
-1. When you run the script, with **ruby domainblob.rb insert_cool_word_here** then it will use your root phrase to check over 5,000 potential domain names for availability.
-2. Sit tight, it takes about 1 second per domain check. This amounts to somewhere between an hour and 2 for an entire batch to run.
-3. When it is done, it will create a text document named after the phrase you used as your seed - followed by the number out of 5,006 found to available. It will put this result file into your newly created 'blobs' folder. Example: blobs/Tech30.txt
+Command-Line Args:
+1. When you run the script, with **ruby domainblob.rb insert_cool_word_here** then it will use your root phrase to check over 5,000 potential domain names for availability.
+2. Sit tight, it takes about 1 second per domain check. This amounts to somewhere between an hour and 2 for an entire batch to run.
+3. When it is done, it will create a text document named after the phrase you used as your seed - followed by the number out of 5,006 found to available. It will put this result file into your newly created 'blobs' folder. Example: blobs/Tech30.txt
-Text File:
-1. Create a txt document named **totalPhraseList.txt** in the same directory as the script
-2. The script will process each line of the **totalPhraseList.txt** document, so put one seed word per each line and they will be run right after another.
-3. When you run the script, with **ruby domainblob.rb** then it will use your root phrase to check over 5,000 potential domain names for availability.
-4. Sit tight, it takes about 1 second per domain check. This amounts to somewhere between an hour and 2 for an entire batch to run.
-5. When it is done, it will create a text document named after the phrase you used as your seed - followed by the number out of 5,006 found to available. It will put this result file into your newly created 'blobs' folder. Example: blobs/Tech30.txt
+Text File:
+1. Create a txt document named **totalPhraseList.txt** in the same directory as the script
+2. The script will process each line of the **totalPhraseList.txt** document, so put one seed word per each line and they will be run right after another.
+3. When you run the script, with **ruby domainblob.rb** then it will use your root phrase to check over 5,000 potential domain names for availability.
+4. Sit tight, it takes about 1 second per domain check. This amounts to somewhere between an hour and 2 for an entire batch to run.
+5. When it is done, it will create a text document named after the phrase you used as your seed - followed by the number out of 5,006 found to available. It will put this result file into your newly created 'blobs' folder. Example: blobs/Tech30.txt
How Long Does it Take?
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