If you're a regular reader of the brilliant xkcd, then you probably got lost in today's comic, "Click and Drag." It features three short panels sitting above a seemingly larger, finite panel. However, when you perform the comic's titular action, click and drag, the larger, bottom panels seems to sprawl on forever in various directions, revealing amusing quips, sad stories, and what is essentially an entire world. There are many impressive facets about "Click and Drag," such as the panel measuring in at 1.3 terapixels, as well as small community of coders creating applets to help readers better navigate the behemoth. Head on past the break for some stellar info, and maybe set aside some time later today to explore the enormous comic.
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