At about 20:30 this evening, The Guardian posted an article stating - incredibly - that it had been gagged from reporting an item of parliamentary business.
Within an hour or so, some twitterers were linking to this article, and I saw it.
I thought it a carefully worded article, almost like a crossword clue.
So I set to work, just for my own personal pleasure, and I found what was likely to be the parliamentary question ("PQ") straight away.
After all, the parliamentary website is not that difficult to search if you are familiar with it. And published order papers are in turn not difficult to search.
About the very same time I hit on the likely PQ, another blogger and skeptic hit on it independently, and he twittered it. Then it started going viral.
Soon it was clear that a very famous political blogger had also hit on the PQ and was publishing it in full.
It is not for this Blog to publish direct links to these possible disclosures. The court has ordered an injunction, and so there will be nothing on this Blog which will circumvent that.
However, one does wonder whether The Guardian knew that this is what would happen...