You don’t want to know.
Video here. http://metro.co.uk/2016/04/12/watch-small-bird-absolutely-lose-it-over-the-sound-of-running-water-5811813/
The bird’s owner is Stella Bruggen.
I imagine a sniffing browser is either someone who likes to go window shopping with their nose, or suffers from hay fever so stays at home to shop online.
A sniffing browser extension, which is what wp sniffer is, finds the WordPress theme currently in use. On this site the theme is called Specially Built. Look for ‘Genesis-SB’ in GitHub.
A wind powered speed boat sails by.
In this instance it’s something to do with Ubuntu Mate.
Soylent is the brand name for a type of food that will ‘Free you body’.
Anyone who remembers the film called Soylent Green from the early 70s, might be somewhat bothered by this product.
Also in this surf bite, and previously unnoticed when first snapped, is the skipping bigram ‘something… #brand’. An excellent test case for my ‘search bigram in content’ logic.
If only they’d called it spam blocker rather than spam destroyer. For the record, I use Akismet. More often than not comments are disabled.
Scanning barcode for Special brew. I assume it’s Carlsberg. Type the number in to confirm the brand.
Susan’s daughter was recently bitten by a spider (June 2016). Perhaps I should have published this screen shot when I took it in 2015.
@spinbird is Shelly Peacock’s Twitter handle. She’s a lover of the Genesis Framework.
A tweet from Bognor Regis Hour introduced me to Splits Bakery.
‘You had me at Spray butter’, an unplanned SB by WP Site care.