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Ok, odd question here.

Macbook Pro, I created a website Adventures of thumper only on my macbook pro no matter what browser (or even if i boot into windows 8) it shows the old host, squarespace.

if i go to a proxy server i can view the new host.


Here is a screen shot of what I see on my macbook pro.




Any ideas on what I need to do so i can get to the real site?

I've reset all my setting on my router/modem and that didn't help
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