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Download every SI 2010 swimsuit photo with a Perl script

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Don't you just love random tips?

Justin, a Download Squad reader, just pointed out a rather neat Perl script that downloads every Sports Illustrated 2010 swimsuit photo. It's a tiny script of just a few lines, and it works a charm -- I'm currently downloading some 1200 titillating high-res photos. I just took a brief look at the photos and there's a lot of 'behind the scenes' type stuff, along with the moist, glossy, post-processed stuff that will make it into the final set of photos.

I have no idea how long the script will work for, so you probably want to run it now rather than later.

run run fast as you can, you dawgs




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