Webcomic XKCD's latest offering, "Click and Drag," goes far beyond the image you see here. If you read it on the site, you'll discover a truly astounding time-waster that must have taken ages to complete.
If you're feeling less patient, someone has compiled the entire map in a zoomable window.
Ever since webcomic XKCD made Every Major's Terrible, fans have been making musical adaptations for the genius parody of college indecision (and Gilbert & Sullivan).
This is probably the best. If he doesn't mention your major, you're probably better off.
(alt: 'come to what?' 'you. me. this moment.')
(alt: "November marks the birthday of Charles Schulz, pioneer of tongue awareness.")
Explainer of the Day: Apparently quite a few people reported reading tweets about today's East Coast earthquake before feeling it themselves.
xkcd prophetically explained this phenomenon in an April 2010 strip entitled "Seismic Waves":
(alt: "When advertisers figure this out, our only weapon will be blue sharpies and '[disputed]'.")
Meme of the Day: Prince Charles Being Attacked by Things
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Here's Why You Never Ask the Internet for Help... Ever
These Grandparents Are More Savvy Than You Think
The Onion Has a New Series That Makes Fun of Vice
I'M NOT PREPARED FOR THESE KINDS OF DECISIONS!!!
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