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Re: Google Analytics - still dead

On Mon, 06 Feb 2006 11:30:04 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
<newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>__/ [Sam] on Monday 06 February 2006 11:13 \__
>> It seems like they are never going to change the current algo which has
>> lasted longer then any algo I can think of since the end of august. Nor
>> have the updated backlinks or pagerank. But I have been reading some
>> articles saying that Google is working behind the scenes on a brand new
>> search engine that will no longer use algorythms or have pagerank.
>> They're supposed to unleash this on us soon as they get it done. I have
>> noticed that there are some new datacenters that nobody knows the server
>> address's to yet. I don't know about you but right now I'd love it if
>> the algo changed as I hate this algo for the normal obvious reasons.
>How does that relate to Google Analytics, which Bill has complained about for
>being service in hibernation? I guess the one-word body did not make
>anything clear and it lacked context (apart from insinuation in the subject
>Since you brought this up, let's not forget Google's dark fibre (
>http://www.pbs.org/cringely/pulpit/pulpit20051117.html )
>"We're talking about 5000 Opteron processors and 3.5 petabytes of disk
>storage that can be dropped-off overnight by a tractor-trailer rig. The idea
>is to plant one of these puppies anywhere Google owns access to fiber,
>basically turning the entire Internet into a giant processing and storage
>It no longer seems like a conspiracy theorists' haven. Contacts with ISP's
>and large companies (
>http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/business/1700AP_Wi_Fi_Network.html ), for
>example, as well rumours about Internet of their own (
>) make people talk. About a year ago, the idea of submitting Web sites
>directly to Google still seemed laughable.
>By the way, a word came out this morning to say that Google Maps in the UK
>were further refined.

I can see my house from here!
Oh wait, I'm in it.

> It's not truly associated with search, but there is
>now plane footage in Google Maps, which makes 'satellite' footage even
>crisper and I could even spot tiny people on the ground in Manchester.

Look at Molesey and you might spot one rather big person.

BB (off to the gym in a few minutes, actually)


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