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July 13, 2005

Technorati traffic jam

Stephen Baker

Here's a graph of the Technorati lag time in processing search queries on "New York." I just tried it myself. Took 10.6 seconds. The first post, just to sample the serendipity of the blogosphere, features this wonderful shot of Brooklyn Bridge.

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? Technorati, We hardly knew you... from The Newest Industry

Ensight and Blog Herald both discuss the floundering and thrashing of Technorati.

My take is that they are having a success failure.

This is how long it takes their servers to deliver on a simple search for "new york". I have discussed at var... [Read More]

Tracked on July 13, 2005 04:04 PM


Thanks for keeping us on our toes. Things have been pretty crazy over here over the last few weeks.

We took all the feedback that you and others have been giving us of late, and sat down and got to work.

And tonight, we rolled out a raft of bug fixes and performance enhancements that should help most, if not all of the Cosmos (URL) searches you do on Technorati. It will also help with the speed of all searches across the site.

I posted about this here today:

I would really love your thoughts and feedback. Thanks agin SO MUCH for your honest and frank comments.


Posted by: David Sifry at July 14, 2005 05:14 AM

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