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Caching. It's always caching... – Yannis Sep 8 '13 at 21:34
@Yannis I visited in separate browsers and same difference. Is it a server cache or client cache? – hallaji Sep 8 '13 at 21:44
@hallaji: I'd imagine it's caching it on the server side. – icktoofay Sep 8 '13 at 21:46
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There are a number of less critical items that are heavily cached server-side for performance sake (one of the reasons the site is as fast as it is).

Between today and yesterday, you answered 5 questions, so that appears to be the difference. If it doesn't update soon, to at least reflect your posts from yesterday, then I would suggest waiting a little longer. Eventually it will update, but because of the caching, if you want them to match, the only solution will be to take a couple of days off from answering ;-)

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Discontinuing usage of stack overflow for any reason is not recommended – Richard Tingle Sep 8 '13 at 22:15
@RichardTingle at least without being under a doctor's supervision – psubsee2003 Sep 8 '13 at 22:16
The doctor must have ready an emergency tablet... with Stack preloaded... – James Sep 8 '13 at 23:23
@psubsee2003 Funny :) But I think it is a little strange! Because of reputations and badges are synced without caching. Maybe there are set to no cache... – hallaji Sep 9 '13 at 4:53
@hallaji virtually all of the calculated fields are cached, some are updated more frequently. Caching is a trade off for the site performance, and it something I think most frequent users will happily accept. – psubsee2003 Sep 9 '13 at 8:59

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