I went to search for a post I wrote about a “Swedish programming language”
(why? For reasons).
I did what I usually do and search Google
and got nothing
(and adding quotes to the search term returned an explicit “No results! Ha ha!”).
Sensing a pattern,
I decided to hit Bing and … no results.
And it appears that Bing
ignores quotes around the search term.
I wanted this page!
It even has the phrase “Swedish programming language” in the XXXXXXX page!
(I finally found it by manually searching the site on my server)
Do Google and Bing no longer love me?
Is it because I'm not encrypting all the things?
Because I'm not running over HTTP/2?
Or is the phrase “Swedish programming language”
to bother doing a proper search?
It's because those pages weren't updated within the last twenty minutes!
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