One of the many pleasures of being a developer is that we're able to solve problems–no matter how obscure–through code. We can automate day-to-day tasks that might drive others mad. Our solutions may range from something as small as a bash script, to as elaborate as an entire application. I think nearly every developer is guilty of automation. One common task in this category of coding is screen scraping–the act of obtaining data from the web by parsing raw data, typically markup. Follow along as we build the skeleton for a simple screen scrape CLI in Go capable of notifying you whenever new content appears on your favorite web comics.