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This succinctly describes about 10 years of my life.

Spectacular Fabergé Fractals by Tom Beddard - My Modern Metropolis

Star Trek Cufflinks

Collect all 5!

"My God, it's full of planets! They should have sent a poet." - Planetary Habitability Laboratory @ UPR Arecibo

So it looks like the next benchmark for apocalypse isn't until 2060, unless someone finally pins the Norse down on Ragnarok.

"Planets are turning out to be so common that to show all the planets in our galaxy, this chart would have to be nested in itself--with each planet replaced by a copy of the chart--at least three levels deep."

I'm just impressed there was still a billion dollar market for tapes as late as 2003.

Mario Morlocks. Need I say more?

Well this is at least consistent with my original toy-planning for my 1 year old.

I never thought of it like that.

My head hurts...so all of yours will now too! Mwahahahaaa!

Na na na na na na na.

  • Jennifer Lichtenberg MacFie
    Jennifer Lichtenberg MacFie

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Apparently we are NOT a bunch of uncouth illiterates compared to our parents and grandparents. (Though we could still be uncouth and the graph can't vouch for the *quality* of the books we are reading but I try to be upbeat about these things. :)

Chart porn! I'd like to see this one without the normalization though. I know wintel share is dropping but I bet the overall trend of devices is up, up, up, (speaking purely as someone on his Air with his iPad and iPhone next to him.)

Damn Straight! [Also truly awesome April 1 prank @reddit! (cc @chromakode @hueypriest) ]

I'm just glad there is someone, somewhere gathering these statistics.

Reddit alien on Reddit office doors in Soma.

This just about sums up my time in academia.

It's amazing that the pace of adoption has been relatively constant in time, but the number of new things to adopt is increasing with time.

It's a shame he didn't go the extra mile and mount the iPad in the dead husk of a Mac SE.

I think this might lead to a universal halting state.

Look! It's exactly what QR codes were designed for! Right? Right...?

Clearly apple has been working on this interface for 30 years.

Steve, Alexis and I from nearly 7 years ago, when reddit was probably about 10,000x smaller than it is now.