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Re: Site dropped to PR4

__/ [ Paul B ] on Tuesday 04 April 2006 12:34 \__

> On Sun, 02 Apr 2006 13:20:58 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>__/ [ Badass Scotsman ] on Sunday 02 April 2006 13:06 \__
>>> "Paul B" <lamewolf2004@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> news:oubv221qcembpoks534nrq1r2j5ovo0i2v@xxxxxxxxxx
>>>> Anyone else notice their PR playing around ?
>>>> Site was a PR5, and today PR4   umph !
>>There's some stuff going on over here, as well. Nothing like a full-scale
>>PageRank update, but there are odd changes. This appears to be something
>>more global...
>>MCDar apepar to be overloaded with requests (it is slow), which may be yet
>>another indication the people are discovering changes.
>>Best wishes,
> Back to PR5 today :)

It  was  not  worth worrying about, was it? *smile* I used to  have  these
paranoia  cycles,  which had me worried in vain. I am thinking /not/  only
about  site-related matters, but also mailing lists subscription, IP  bans
(ISP)  and  hardware  faults (I reboot my machine  this  afternoon,  after
almost  150  days  of uptime). In due time, I learned to cope  with  these
situations  or  simply  not care. PR4/5 is peanuts and  wasn't  worth  the
time/trouble. Wait until bigger (more daunting) things come your way...

Look  at  the bright side: we all had an intersting discussion. The  group
has been quieter recently. Some regular just leave a foot on the doorpane.

Best wishes,


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