Friday 9:31 am.
They've been pretty good about doing this on weekends this year. I was surprised to see a full crawl yesterday. That could be an indication of things to come.
Seems everyone likes to speculate about this topic, so lets make it interesting:
The person closest to the time (UTC), wins a new Google mouse pad [webmasterworld.com].
(we'll be the judge of which is the most accurate time. Laz will verify).
Google Update History [webmasterworld.com]
Votes only in this thread please. Extraneous comments will be removed...
Wednesday 23rd 4.40pm
Thursday 24th 2:18 AM
Wednesday 23rd 10:06pm
<edit> I hope GoogleGuy is banned from this comp! <edit>
[edited by: CuriousWeb at 8:29 am (utc) on Oct. 23, 2002]
Friday 01:32 AM
Umm, Brett. You need to specify *time zone* too. I'll assume you meant UTC. Put me down for Thursday at 1817.
true. UTC it is. if those above want to adjust, just leave another msg and I'll delete yours above.
Thursday 24th at 11:38am gmt
saturday 26th - 2:23 am
What is UTC in GMT?
Friday 10:45 am
Sat 26th 12.15am GMT.
Sunday 27th 1330
Friday 25th, 05:00AM
Monday 28th 9.15 am GMT - long shot!
can we have more than one bet? :)
|The person closest to the time (UTC), wins a new Google mouse pad. |
I already have the mousepad Brett.
My guess is: Friday 8:45 am
Not til Tuesday, 10/29/2002 3:42 am utc.
I'd like to take Thursday 10/24/2002 4:15 am utc but only for the cool quilt underneath.
Im going for 21st October 12:58pm GMT
Ive never been good at gambling.... :(
>What is UTC in GMT?
UTC = GMT. UTC is what formerly was called GMT.
Two minutes before the time lazerzubb posts ;)
Tues 22nd 10am.
Did I win, did I?
Great forums by the way.
Welcome to webmasterworld Jarvster,
As you can see we are betting on something that hasnt happend yet :)
We are trying to predict the next google update!
Sat Oct 26, 2002
01:00 am (eet +2)
Sunday, 27 October - 11:17 am :)
26th at 2.25am.
Oh, that will be October...2002...
Thursday 24th 1.37am
(I knew this was going to happen sooner or later . . .)
Thursday, October 24th, 2002 at 1:00 p.m., UTC
Do you need the mailing address a this time?
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