What happened to Google Blog Search?


What happened to Google Blog Search? It was a great way to see the freshest links pointing to recent blog posts. 

Then suddenly last week, it became worthless. 90% of what it now points to are Big Picture posts, and any TBP links back to itself. I used to be able to see any site that linked to the blog. Now, the
vast majority of blog search results are The Big Picture. (kinda

What ever algorithmic change they made has successfully eliminated nearly all the utility it had. Very unGoogle-like.

Technorati is a clumsy alternative — it requires an additional click-through for every site — but at least it works.

Any Googler’s out there have a clue as to what may have changed with the code? You guy should restore this to its prior glory . . . 


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