Sorry, not sure what you guys are talking about, or what computer is missing. The look has changed, but the stuff you need to figure it out is all still there. Take a look at the 1st graph on the Rock Report page (you have to click on 'flows' once you get to the poudrerockreport home page). If you look at todays date on the graph, it reads 275 cfs. Add 100 cfs to that for the draw that was taken out on 4/24 (see the steep drop?) and that equals 375cfs. Now scroll down to the converter and put 375 in the formula, click enter, and you get 2.2 feet on the rock. Which I'm thinkin' is a pretty close estimate...maybe even closer than gov't.
Yesterday it was 1.7-1.8ish and on the rise.
Of course, nothing beats driving up there, getting wet, and seeing the rock for yourself. But if you're wondering what's up, it gives you a pretty good idea.