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7 replies on “Lilbits 6-04-2020: AFTVNews returns, Apple “Prime” may be in the works, and Playdate runs Doom”

  1. Hey Brad, Is it just me but scrolling back chronologically in the list of articles not all articles are always visible. A few days ago the article about the news cheap ASUS Windows laptop, the E210 was hidden (now it’s back), today it’s the article about the new Google TV dongle that is hidden. These articles can be found by searching your site, they just might not appear in the chronological list.

    1. Huh, not sure what caused that to happen. It’s probably a caching issue, but opening the article in my editor and saving it again seems to have gotten it working again. Let me know if you see this happen again!


      1. It may be the caching issue. But it was the same on my laptop and phone, too as I recall. Now it’s showing up. OK, if I notice anything suspicious later, I report back to you!

        1. Definitely — I meant a server caching issue. I confirmed the same behavior, but it seems to be resolved for this particular post.

          If it happens again I’ll see if my hosting company can help me figure out what’s causing it.

  2. I thought the whole idea behind the “playdate” was that it’s a snob console that does not do “mainstream” games and should instead be enjoyed as an art gallery full of bananas taped to the wall. Porting Doom on it as vulgar as …. ooooh, I see what’s happening, it’s a dadaist art piece!

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