Are you still having problems with Freethoughtblogs?

People are still reporting that they can't see current content on the new site. The reason for this is that there was a temporary error in the code which told the browser to cache and essentially never refresh the page from the web. This problem has been corrected, but you've still got a bad copy of the page cached on your local computer, and it doesn't know that it's been fixed.

I'm promoting a comment from David Marjanovic:

Rick, you have the well-known cache problem. Refresh. If that doesn't
help, try Shift+F5 or Ctrl+F5. If that still doesn't work, burrow
through the menu of your browser and look for how to clear your cache.

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