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I was on http://stackexchange.com/newsletters and tried to preview the Android Enthusiasts newsletter, and the pop-up contained the Oops! Something Bad Happened! page.

I tried for StackOverflow, of which I'm a member, and it worked fine (I had already previewed that newsletter from StackOverflow itself) but then I tried English Language and Usage, of which I'm also a member, and it did not work. I then went directly to the English page, and tried there, but it still crashed.

Finally, I tried it logged out, and in both Firefox and Chrome, and in all cases StackOverflow preview worked but the others did not.

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We're having a bit of an issue with our api, and are working on the fix right now. – Rebecca Chernoff Jun 15 '12 at 21:08
up vote 6 down vote accepted

Dodge update to some API dependencies caused a bit of cascading failure.

It's been fixed now.

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