Both those images were found by a Google Image search - the first re bicarb bubbles, the second on about page 3 of lawn bowls. Now an hour later, those pages have disappeared, and no documents match.Curious.
I am away from my computer and have no Bookmarks ... so in order to find my blog I thought I would Google 'Boynton' and follow your linkOne result was a Librarians thesis including this para -"record their innermost and often mundane thoughts such as what they’d like to eat for breakfast or the latest pictures of their pets. Some have argued that blogging indicates ‘a puerile self-importance that smacks of desperation’ (Healy, 2005), that it is a‘negative factor’ (Tribble, 2005) that counts against job seekers, and can be a ‘career-killer’ (Boynton, 2005) for others. Indeed, there have been a few documented cases of bloggers losing their jobs as a result of indiscreet postings on their blogs.
And undocumented cases of bloggers losing their breakfast over some indiscreet postings of their pets.
I think the Google image search can be way capricious.That portraits site is a ripper - how do you find such groovy things???
Yes there is a puzzling inconsistency about 'Images'.Today, now, "Bicarb" is back.But who knows what tomorrow will bring.Other people (the dedicated band of link-bloggers) find them - like Presurfer, who's always finding great stuff.
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