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Hey Technorati - I give up!

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© June 2008 Anthony Lawrence

OK, Technorati, I give up. You break too often, and I just can't be bothered with you any longer.

Yes, I admit that you always fix the problem quickly, but frankly I'm tired of having to tell you that once again you aren't indexing my site. It doesn't matter that you always fix it: it just shouldn't happen and if it did happen, I shouldn't have to tell you. This stuff has been going on long enough with too many people for you not to know you have a real problem and to have at least applied something that could check and repair sites automatically.

When you think about it, it's really inexcusable that you have this problem at all. All you need to do is read my RSS file to find my most current content - that's hardly rocket science, is it? And don't give me excuses about ignoring RSS because some sites don't have it: any site not using RSS today simply doesn't belong in your index. It's really that easy.

So, Technorati, my site indexing at your site is currently broken yet again. I'm not going to tell you. If you fix it by yourself, fine, but I'm no longer going to help.


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