I usually watch forum activity via the feed on my account, but it is empty this morning. Definitely should have some posts there.
OK - went back to look and up popped a link:
At least 2410 new stories are available. Click to load!
I've left it grinding in another window
I was about to ask for help. Now I know it is not just mine. glitches in the hollows of hubs I suppose.
I always use the hubtivity page instead of the feed page--it's working fine if you want to go to it!
Luckily, we can always go back to following hubtivity:
There may have been a problem with the feeds this morning. It should be fixed now. If it is not, please let us know.
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