As no one else has mentioned this, I am guessing that it is an issue with my computer. My feed is stuck. I really like the hub that's at the top of the feed, but after 17 hours it would be nice to see something new
Everything else is updating - stats, forum posts etc.
Anyone got any ideas (I've logged out and back in again and cleared my browsing history etc for the last 24 hours - don't know why that might help, but couldn't come up with anything better).
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