Is it me or Technorati?

I’ve been having some issues with my feeds from Technorati.  I have 5 search feeds that I subscribe to and for about the past month, I am continually getting hammered with outdated posts that appear to be updated but I know aren’t (some of them are mine).  Is this just me or is this an issue? Somebody smarter than me, please help.

[tags]technorati,feeds,bloglines[/tags]

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  • I have been having the exact same issue. Though, I just subscribed to a new Technorati search the other day and I am not having problems with that one. I’m going to try deleting my old search subscriptions and starting over.

    It’s an annoying problem, isn’t it?

  • I had the same problem and unsubscribed.

  • Tom

    Same here as well so at least you have company.

    Technorati also seems to change the incoming links number to various blogs on a minute to minute basis at times.

  • Heck, that’s not new at all.
    http://cogdogblog.com/2006/05/05/my-technorati-feed-smokes-crack/

    I’ve never seen my feeds behave with any rhyme or reason. It goes silent for days, weeks, although pings come in regularly to my WordPress control panel, then it sputters, and I see the same link be listed as new, although it was several months old.

    Make it hard for me to believe some of those glossy “blogosphere is doubling’ stats.