It was first thing this morning and I hadn't had a cup of tea yet. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.
I was dying laughing, starting around the time I read "Cayman Island Blue Iguana" to the TMNT theme and didn't stop until I hit the bottom of the page.
I've been yelled at for my graphs a lot. So after yet another chiding from my adviser, he suggested that I write up a blog post of the bare minimum requirements for competent data visualization.
The song's length leads to an odd coincidence. The interval between the start and the end of I'm Gonna Be is 3 minutes and 30 seconds, and the ISS is moving is 7.66 km/s.
And this is why I have a problem with the number 27.
(It's kinja. It reminds me of kinja)
…but it's fascinating.
Next time you leave an online community, spare a thought for your account, which will sit there accumulating messages, news and all other kinds of crap which you'll never, ever see again.
In a rare blog post from everyone's favorite webcomic artist, Randall has taken to The Blag to explain a bit about the creation of 1190: Time.
And not for the standard reasons that XKCD comics make my head hurt (I'm not smart enough, or haven't devoted my life to scripting in an obscure language or simply missed that particular year's internet references).
This one is because, I can't be sure that I should ignore the "protip". If I am reading it correctly,…
So, today is day 99 apparently. (Assuming the xkcd.aubronwood.com counter is correct.) We're going through nighttime now. Did the comic just not show night before, or was this a really really long day/walk? Are we reaching the end at Day 100?
Into the Fut-okay I'll stop.
Whoever the fuck mentioned GeoGuessr, FUCK YOU. There goes my day, my life, my self-esteem. But if you have any high scores, post the link here so people can challenge you—and state if you are google assisted or not.