NomadicScribe and nambers: universal shift or serendipity?

Nambers is a way to map an internet address into a series of four (unchosen words. It’s based on the website’s IP address, which is a series of four numbers between 0 - 255. The nambers website assigns a single word to each number (0-255), for example 64 is ‘drive,’ 233 is ‘tool,’ etc. So to translate a website into nambers, it looks up the IP address and translates each number into the corresponding word. For example, Google’s IP address is, which translates to drive tool patch go.

In nambers, is: drive heart head happy. Could it be any more perfect?

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