A common method for getting freebies from a website selling info products/software is to do a site:domainname.com command from Google. Sometimes this works, sometimes it doesn't. If the owner of the product is at least somewhat smart, they will tell spiders not to index the pages with the paid content. I am wondering if there is a way to query a webserver and say "give me all the content on websitenamehere.com"? Anyone know how to do this? I know how to use telnet to connect to a webserver, but I have to know exactly which content I'm trying to GET (i.e. the name of the webpage). That is obviously insufficient for finding content that you do not yet know if exists or what it's name is.