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  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky,
    Been meaning to pose this question for awhile. I’ve noticed that when I scroll to the bottom of the home page and click either “2” or “next page” to see the preceding stories that there is often a chronological gap between the story posted at the bottom of page 1 and the story posted at the top of page 2. Until the Weekly Review comes out, I’m unable to read these posts. Currently the post at the top of page 2 is What Do Onboard Chefs Do? and the post at the bottom of page 1 is Review: W Dubai Al Habtoor City. Did you have any posts between them? If so, how to find them? Thanks!

  2. Anonymous

    Yeah, we know. 🙁 It’s a really annoying website glitch that the tech team hasn’t been able to fix. Sometimes page 2 just disappears. The good news is that as soon as Ben posts again it refreshes everything, and page 2 returns, so it’s generally not gone that long.

    If you’re in an individual post, there are buttons at the bottom that let you go forwards or backwards, if that helps at all.

    We’re working on some longer-term solutions, I promise!

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