__/ [Borek] on Monday 17 October 2005 20:15 \__
> Seems like 51 days between IBL updates (effective today) sets a new
> Previously it was 50 days between March 3rd and April 22th.
2005 May 24 GDPR & BL
2005 Mar 04/2005 BL
April has 30 days and March has 31. So, that makes 51 apart.
Is it possible that even big G is unable to cope with the expansion of
the Web. If it slows down, when will it grind to a halt? Moore's law have
already been broken, but the expansion of the Web is quite exponential.
Good luck to whoever is trying to solve the problem of counting links.
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