I've noticed how they've adapted to the rise of the smartphone and people googling the answers. In the early days of the Pub Quiz Technology Wars they used to ask you to turn your phone off. That worked as well as it always does. So instead they designed new questions that couldn't be googled. Or, at least, couldn't be googled quickly.
'Who was the second man on the moon?' is easy to google. A question where they play the instrumental of a popular song and ask you to guess exactly what time the singing starts isn't.
Technology makes the incumbent adapt. See Impressionism and photography and countless other examples. Related this from Brian and Kevin's subsequent comment.
The prompt for the picture above was 'The great pub quiz technology war of the 21st century'. From Dreamstudio via SimonW. Am I a Prompt Designer now?
I went up a mountain, very early. It was dark when I set off and remained so until about 10 minutes from my destination. As I got closer I thought there was an unusually high number of cars. Turns out I'd accidentally timed my trip perfectly with sunrise.
I don't think I'd ever seen a full sunrise before. The full from 0-100 sunrise. It was an incredible sight. And full of Instgrammers obvs.
And I mean Instagrammers, not photographers. The poses, the change of outfits, the camera stands etc. At 6am. Maybe these are my people.