TOP had a perfectly average and ordinary day yesterday. Based on the "my-anecdotal-evidence-is-good-enough-for-me" school of reasoning, this leads me to conclude that so-called "Cyber Monday" is a myth.
(Sorry, too much Onion.)
(Thanks to James Hengst)
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A book of interest today:
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Arun: "I almost freaked out on reading the article at the link. Then a simple calculation showed there were a half-million seconds in that six-day trip; assuming two girls shot an image each second (not sleeping, talking etc. etc.) that would be a million images. Unless the cameras had 12 fps, of course. But you got me there. Good one. I hope. Because the alternative (that this is true) is too horrible to contemplate!"