When activated, this extension will randomly blur and manipulate your active web page during the day, creating a disruption in your user experience. Don't worry though, this won't completely ruin your web browsing when it happens, as you have the option to rid your web page of all blurriness/disruptions by either pressing the "s" key or "c" key to bring your page back to its natural state without any reloading of the page (unless you feel like reloading your page).
By pressing "s", blurriness will disappear, but a screenshot of your blurry page will be saved and sent to the blog https://black-sand-white-sand-grey-sand.tumblr.com/. This way, if you happen to be posting your latest facebook status or buying something important and the screen all of a sudden becomes too blurry to see what you are doing and you risk losing all the information you already entered in by reloading the page, you can opt out of increasing the blurriness of your page, retain any information that could have been lost, and wait for the next time the extension randomly disrupts your browsing. Although because all websites are different, there is a slim chance this might not always work, as some websites might reload on their own.
By pressing "c", the exact same process will take place, but your blurry page screenshot will not be saved or sent. This ensures that if BSWSGS randomly manipulates a page with private information, you are able to avoid the extension taking a screenshot and sending it.
For optimal experience with the extension, I suggest forgetting that you installed it, and letting it do its work.
The blurry images created by the extension are displayed on the blog https://black-sand-white-sand-grey-sand.tumblr.com/.
Made by Mitchell Barton
If you would like to view the code, you can access the latest version and all past versions at https://github.com/mitchellcliftonbarton/grey-sand
If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org