Beep…..Boop…WordPress at work.

Source: .keep calm studio. Creator: Karen
Source: Gear technology website

Beep..beep..boop, keep calm word-press is at work trying to sort out your request. I think the idea was to replace the regular rotating cursor/circle that comes on the screen whenever a process is delayed. They probably thought it would be better if people had something visual to associate with the waiting process. (Cheeky smile…well you tell me if it helps)

Another part of me thinks it has to do with the robots seen in early movies e.g. the first episodes of star wars or star trek. I think most of them had to beep several times before executing a task or providing feedback to a request/question. Thus, the word-press staff thought it would be awesome to unite the beep..boop waiting process with a modern day semi-robot (I decided computers are semi robots).

In response to the writing challenge hosted by bumblepuppies, the instruction was to go to and do a search for “Beep Beep Boop.”  Then, go to “search tools” and make sure the usage rights for the image are appropriate for your blog.  You’re going to need to include the picture in your post.

What you’ll find on the search page is a wide array of photos.  Choose one that might illustrate where “Beep Beep Boop” came from and write a post about how it might have inspired the WordPress staff.

6 thoughts on “Beep…..Boop…WordPress at work.

  1. I do believe all the ideas you have offered in your post. They are very convincing and will certainly work. Nonetheless, the posts are too short for beginners. Could you please lengthen them a bit from subsequent time? Thank you for the post.|


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