__/ [ Barbara de Zoete ] on Monday 20 March 2006 09:59 \__
> On Mon, 20 Mar 2006 10:50:32 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> __/ [ Timmermans ] on Monday 20 March 2006 08:46 \__
>>>> How many separate results page are you basing
>>>> this on? How long has it gone on for?
>>> About a dozen. My site www.maleisie.be. It's new since last november
>>> I have been waiting for pr to appear, and it did so together with
>>> elses, but eversince it kept blinking between pr0 and pr3. Search
>>> give a variation between position 5 and 14.
>>> Am I confusing the google dance perhaps with googles servers not being
>>> synchronised? Should they not been so after these last few weeks?
>> It sounds as though you simply get assigned different datacentres. I was
>> about to suggest that as an option *even* before I read your last
>> There used to be a Web-based tool that could give insight into these
>> inconsistencies. However, as I have just checked once again, it is still
>> unavailable (let us hope not permanently).
> Here is a nice one that works good enough for me:
I have tried it for a while, but I can't say that I find it as helpful as
MCDar. No data is being summarised. It's merely a split to frames, which
saves some 'leg work'. Although I have not comes across such sites before,
there is a striking resemblance to something that I put together last week:
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