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Topic # 6336 17-Jan-2006 11:38
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Hello all! Thanks again for your support and participation. We have just passed the 65 million pages served!

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Reply # 26598 17-Jan-2006 12:29
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Must be time for another party then!

How about a Geekzone tent at Trentham races? :-)

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Reply # 26635 17-Jan-2006 20:34
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Good work on the site freitasm (and eveyone else involved). I thoroughly enjoy it. Congrats.


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Reply # 26636 17-Jan-2006 20:49
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I wonder how long it will take at this rate to get 100 million.

Off-topic: Not very surprising but anyone tried Google lately? Quite a few others as well.... Again just interesting how often google indexes this site.

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Reply # 26637 17-Jan-2006 21:06
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Thanks guys...

Geekzone articles appear on 10 minutes after being posted here. We frequently get to the front page, or at least the Technology page, which is great.

The main Google bot indexes posts every couple of days. Gotta love it.

We probably will have another party when we get to 100 million pages.

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