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Now I cannot even contact Gigablast's site anymore. This doesn't bode well. Anybody an idea what's going on there? Matt Wells?
It is a little interesting thought that the number of pages listed on the homepage seems to be static lately. Hopefully this isn't permanent.
BTW, Matt Wells gave an interview [acmqueue.com] to ACMqueue. Few quotes:
Gigablast is now indexing again, and it seems the rollback I mentioned in my previous post was undone since pages indexed a week ago now have 'Apr 20 2004' or 'Apr 21 2004' next to the URL. Sometimes I've got the feeling there are 2 different 'data centers' (to speak in Google terminology) at Gigablast. Yesterday when I did a search with the Standard Search with 10 pages per result I saw a slightly different order in the SERPs and sometimes different indexed dates, than when I did an Advanced Search with more than 10 results per page. And those differences were not caused by the cached results.