Cache bugginess

I'm getting reports that a lot of you haven't seen anything new at Freethoughtblogs Pharyngula. I've been posting stuff there! Apparently, there's a glitch somewhere in caching, and it's not clear to me whether it's a problem on our end, or on your end — for some reason, your browser is loading an old cached copy of the page rather than the latest.

Anyway, if you clear your cache (don't ask me how), you get to see the latest content. I'm hoping someone here can say what we can do to make this a more permanent fix.

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