I've taken a few days to pause and catch my breath after the exhausting pace of the first 16 posts in this series. Tomorrow night we'll begin again, but for tonight I thought I'd just share some of the feedback you've give and a couple of image I dug up that I thought were cool.
First, many people have insisted that this blog's address is absurd and they're right. Problem is, I haven't settled on a name for it yet that matches an available URL, so stay tuned. I plan to have that sorted out within a week. Any suggestions for names are more than welcome.
Secondly, a lot of folks have told me that they love the stuff, but that it's overwhelming. I agree - it's also taking a lot of time, in some cases 5 hours from start to finish (much of it reading and doing a bad job of image creation.) So, once I reach the 23rd installment, which is as far out as I've planned, I'll relax and shorten the posts so they can be read with much less time investment.
Finally, here are the pictures, one called "History of the World" and the other the famous cover of the Beatles "Sargeant Pepper's" album. They appeal to me for a variety of reasons but mainly because of the way they compress time - I could stare at each one for hours, and try to mesh together the "Where's Waldo" anachronisms. A Larger Version of the first image can be found here. How many people can you name in each?