Describes the temporary unavailability of a web page, due to an unexpectedly large increase in page views after the page was linked to by a popular news aggregate or blog site. The word is derived from "Blog" and "Borked".
"I checked out that link you told me about, but the site is blorked so I'll just try again later"
"Oh man, our site is blorked because Digg linked to it, we gotta fix this fast"
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