Out for a walk and we found a beached dolphin. Interesting and exciting! I googled around and found that there have been some other dolphin groundings/deaths in the last few months in New England and then found a photo of the exact dolphin we had seen, only a week earlier. Not sure if this is all just scavenger action or not, but it was an interesting juxtaposition.
"Raul Lemesoff, an Argentine art-car artist, has taken a 1979 Ford Falcon that used to belong to the Argentine armed forces and turned into a 'Weapon of Mass Instruction.' Armed with 900 or so books Lemesoff travels the streets of Buenos Aires and beyond offering free books to all. He sees his 'Weapon of Mass Instruction' as a "contribution to peace through literature."
So this is sort of interesting... I was lazyweb searching for the time/location of a talk I'm giving in Missouri in a few weeks. I typed this into Google. The results I found have nothing to do with Missouri at all, but look at what's happening. Google is "helpfully" abbreviating Missouri as MO and then "helpfully" eliding the title of an old tweet of mine by cutting a word in half and then "helpfully" saying that these things match when any human can see that they don't.
Keep in mind these were the first two results for my search, I didn't have to click around to find them. I harangue people about this a lot, but the default settings of software and web sites are often somewhat obscured and only come out when something weird like this happens. Not a big deal in the grand scheme of things but I'm always sort of excited to find a new little fail like this.