I recently had a weekend Vacation to Vancouver, BC for the second time.
Before saying anything else: Canadian drivers are horrible.
Alright, now that that’s out of the way, there’s a lot of fun things to do and cool places to see once you get through Vancouver’s horrible traffic. (Really, bridge construction on a Saturday afternoon?!)
- Granville Island
- Metrotown Mall
- Vancouver Aquarium
- Stanley Park
- Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden (and surrounding Chinatown)
- Punjabi Market (Indian market area)
- Good Food (BANANA LEAF IS AMAZING)
I reviewed these places on Yelp, for easy reference. [LINK]
The only thing I could think is that they didn’t like my iPhone hacking guide being split into several pages.
It only took a few months for Google to get the site back in.
So I made a tweet a few days ago about a parameter in the Amazon.com purchase URL, where there was a string that was exactly this:
The tweet starting bringing in some Google search traffic from other people noticing it, but in a quick search I couldn’t find anything about it.
Does anyone know anything more about this string?
I’m hoping this post gets picked up in Google for the keyword so some light can be shed on the pipedata. :) I’m curious to how my Amazon pipes get dirty.
/insert “the internet is a series of tubes” jokes here