Another apology. The same glitch from the service provider, Weebly, that runs this website has recurred. What happens is that new postings don't show up as "new" and rather as having been written days earlier, and so they're buried underneath more recent pieces. As a result, most people who simply read what's at the top, and then scroll down until they come to something they've already read will not see it.
Most people probably won't even see this. But rather than not post any explanation, I thought it was better than nothing.
Just so you can keep a perspective on the timing of things, I'm writing this at noon on Thursday, August 6. (However, it's likely showing up underneath other pieces that were written on August 5.)
Hopefully things will be resolved soon. Weebly has no idea. And neither do I.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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