Cache needed a good cleaning
OT ~ Resolved
Update Firefox to the latest version and see if that fixes it. It looks like they are on version 20 and you are still on version 3.6.
...but I wonder if this is somehow related to the increasing of the page cache size back during the Final Four. I believe that Drupal uses page compression to manage the HTML file size, so I wonder if something was pushed into the code that FireFox (or your version of it) doesn't like (not every browser deals with caching and compression the same way).
I visit this site quite often, every few hours in fact, and had no trouble prior to midnight and no success since then. I have not changed any configuration setting on my system or other variables that I am aware of, if no one else experiences the trouble indicated by my report I will seek other remedies.
Threaten to sic Lawyers on 'em!
Switch to Google Chrome.
of Google Chrome available for Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.11
I haven't had this issue, but in the last few weeks I noticed I could no longer view aces gifs that he posts. Wouldn't work when I was using Firefox. I have no idea if these are related issues, but I figured I'd point it out. That really sucked as I was trying to soak up every minute of michigan s tourney run
The site is not working for me on Netscape Navigator Gold 3.0.4 either.
This site is crushing my USRobotics modem.
My Earthlink seems to be doing fine with it.
My Tandy 1000 with MS DOS seems to be doing just fine.
How to look at the second page of the mgoboard on an iPad? Won't let me open in a new tab like windows...?
working fine on my Commodore 64
The site is currently using gzip compression to serve files, and I never checked it before today so this could be a fairly recent development, and it's possible that it's the cause of your problem.
My first word of advice, and I say this as a web developer who is forced to spend way more of my time than I should compensating for the shortcomings of outdated browsers, is find a way to use a better browser. If this is a work computer you have no control over, well that sucks for you. If this is a home computer, UPGRADE. This is just the beginning of a whole slew of problems you'll be experiencing as the world stops caring enough to develop for your platform.
Since you're using Tiger, I assume the machine has the old Apple PowerPC processor as opposed to an Intel x86, which already means that no one has created a new piece of software for your system in at least 3 years. Move on. Just get a netbook or something, seriously, anything that runs a modern processor and operating system.
OK, now that I'm done lecturing, this link might be able to help you:
Essentially this process configures your browser so that when it makes a request to a server it specifies that it cannot accept compressed files. Hopefully then the server will send your browser an uncompressed version, and hopefully that will solve your problem (for now, until something worse crops up because of your ancient browser).
Cleared the browser's cache