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Anyway, think how much non-Adsense income people with adsense are losing because adsense has rendered their site unviewable.
This is ridiculous. It has been like this now for at least 90 minutes. Looks like somebody tripped over the power cord in Mountain View.
Interestingly, on Firefox the page goes on loading right past the adsense code. When the browser gives up on adsense, you just get the big ugly connection was reset page stuffed into wherever your adsense block is.
On IE, the whole page hangs forever,
My earlier observations on [webmasterworld.com...] must be related to this
My ads are still down. I've temporarily disabled my G ads so my sites could come back.
Beats me - I'm having no problem whatsoever seeing ads, searching Google or logging into AdSense here in the San Francisco Bay Area. I am having what appears to be a stuck click column for several hours - yet oddly enough, it appears I may be the only one here with that symptom!
[edited by: Play_Bach at 4:20 am (utc) on July 27, 2006]
There must be something wrong with there servers. Which is weird that its only effects the search (which I know are different servers from the rest of googles and adsense too, as I'm sure its on another set of servers. This is very weird indeed.
I live in Nevada, and its down here.
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Makes me think there may be an intruder of sorts that got access into G's servers, leading Google to shut down these servers. Also see my 3rd message in this thread relating to me going right past the login even though I hadn't been since the last time I cleared my cache.
Purely speculation, of course.
[edited by: Powdork at 4:24 am (utc) on July 27, 2006]