I'm using Chrome. This morning I had 'stories' on my homepage, and now they're gone. I tried resetting the filters, but nothing happens. I tried opening the page in IE but the same thing occurs.
Here's what I see:
Phewwwww - thought it was me! It's either a bug, or an update....
It figures. . . this had to happen the day I finally get an HOTD!
Actually, since the usual isn't available, your hub might benefit from this with more visitors than would otherwise be.
What's the name of it? I want to go check it out through your profile!
Yes, sorry about that!
I've reported the bug and we should have it fixed lickety-split!
Is that the word? Lickety? (Just looked it up... Interesting phrase!)
Sorry for the inconvenience!
I experienced the same thing. I thought it was Internet Explorer and I went to Firefox and it was the same. Thank God, it was a glitch and will be fixed soon. Thanks, Simone.
Hubpages.com is coming up blank!
I had to go to Simeyc . hubpages.com to get in!
Interestingly - Google's real time analysis is also having problems:
"One or more of the services on which we depend is unavailable"
Access to hubs by S/E visitors appears unaffected. As long as that's working, heart attack is averted.
I had no idea how 'hooked' I am on the feed. I guess that's why they call it the feed!
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