Click and Drag
The guy behind xkcd, “a webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language” (I have found no better description) that answers the important questions of nature — like “If everyone aimed a laser pointer at the Moon at once, would it change color?” — delighted Internet Land recently by publishing a massive comic called “Click and Drag.”
It is huge.
Scroll around in the little world created by Randall Munroe, a former NASA robotics physicist, and eat up a few hours of your day turning up little visual jokes and Easter eggs.
You can also see a zoomable version, just the comic without the interface, and zoom out to appreciate the hugeness. British math nerd @revdancatt has pointed out that the entire comic printed at 300 dpi would stretch to 46 feet (or 14 meters) wide.
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