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The main search services can be found by attaching 100 to the end of those ranges, the directory by attaching 106 or 107, etc..
An example, from a few minutes ago:
The updated directory 220.127.116.11
In all searches there's no change in top 10.
All www's show same old cached pages, same pr and same "Backwards links"
I expect a change for one of my sites due to Yahoo.com inclusion about 1 month ago and some other valuable incomming links "added" within the last month...
Smaller changes to the site's index page about 3 weeks ago still don't show up in neither results nor cached pages.
[You agree that I donīt post the URLs I found now...]
If you are the one oLeon I know of, you work from Germany or Denmark. Denmark has this interesting case:
Usually all Google providers (Yahoo.dk, TV2.dk, Opasia.dk and Google proper) had appr. same results. This has changed, the Opasia results are totally different, emphasising .com domains over .dk (Danish in Denmark)...
[google.tv2.dk...] search any word/phrase
[find.opasia.dk...] search any word/phrase
I don't know if this is a Google thing or an Opasia thing, but it's the first time I've seen so big differences in Google results.
As far as I can see there is no update yet - although we have passed the September newmoon ;)
Except for different/higher result numbers on www2...
(edited by: lazerzubb at 8:32 pm (gmt) on Sep. 17, 2001