1110:"Click and Drag"

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby foxyman » Wed Sep 19, 2012 8:57 pm UTC

wow...i'm simply speechless!this is amazing
and think i got carpal tunnel syndrome!so many clicks...

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby Jadestone » Wed Sep 19, 2012 8:58 pm UTC

BARREL LAD! Is this barrel lad all grown up? Deciding to float forever? I saw it and it was immediately all I could think of. I joined the forum just after I read the last barrel lad comic comic (with the ferret) and came out of a long hiatus to post this now. Even though in my head I'd always interpreted it as barrel lad dying... but this was perfect.

Add me to the list of those wondering if this means the end of the comic... not sure it's going to happen, but it the way it harkens back to the very first panel also caught my attention.

But regardless... SO MUCH TO LOOK THROUGH! It's so great, I am going to get nothing of merit accomplished today.
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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby gingerly_onward » Wed Sep 19, 2012 8:59 pm UTC

Another new registrant who came here to say...WOW. Truly epic, in both the traditional and internet uses of the word.

But, the more I clicked and dragged, the more my delight turned to melancholy. This does rather feel like a swansong, a piece he's been working on for years. I can't see how it could be topped, which is, perhaps, the point.

If it is, what a spectacular way to end....

...but I hope I'm wrong. :(

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby Eleni » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:03 pm UTC

Velociraptors!
Lovely comic. Just lost a good chunk of my morning.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby gingerly_onward » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:05 pm UTC

Another new registrant who came here to say...WOW. Truly epic, in both the traditional and internet uses of the word.

But, the more I clicked and dragged, the more my delight turned to melancholy. This does rather feel like a swansong, a piece he's been working on for years. I can't see how it could be topped, which is, perhaps, the point.

If it is, what a spectacular way to end....

...but I hope I'm wrong. :(

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby sleepingbear » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:07 pm UTC

Another long time reader/first time poster.

Most epic web comic ever.

Thanks for helping me get through 5 hours of CBT safety training today.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby SunshineApps » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:08 pm UTC

Wow! I just had to register to say Thank You So Much for all the effort over the years, and especially for this masterpiece!

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby namatad » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:18 pm UTC

scottgoblue314 wrote:
I can't shake the feeling that Randall has been working on this one for years, and that it might be some sort of grand finale...


I started feeling this long before I read your comment. This is his magnum opus. This took a ton of time to create. This was a long time coming. What is the chance that he posted it the moment it was completed? Rather than, waited for the right day/post number??

If this is the end, what a long and wondrous ride it has been.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby shrx » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:21 pm UTC

Late to the game, but anyway. Here's the mathematica code that puts it all together:

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(*crawler*)
i = 1; j = 1;
While[i <= 50,
 Print[i];
 While[j <= 50,
  imp = Import[
     "http://imgs.xkcd.com/clickdrag/" <> ToString[i] <> "s" <>
      ToString[j] <> "e.png"] // Quiet;
  If[ToString[Head[imp]] == "Image", Print[{i, j}];
   Export["~/1110/" <> ToString[i] <> "s" <> ToString[j] <> "e.png",
    imp]]; j++];
 j = 1; i++]
(*stitcher*)
SetDirectory["~/1110/"];
size = 50;
names = FileNames[];
imgs = ImageResize[Import[#], size] & /@ FileNames[];
nums = ToExpression[{If[StringCount[#, "s"] == 1, "-1+", "-"] <>
      StringSplit[#, {"n", "s"}][[1]],
     If[StringCount[#, "w"] == 1, "-", "-1+"] <>
      StringSplit[#, {"n", "s", "e", "w"}][[2]]}] & /@ names;
yMin1 = Min[nums[[All, 1]]];
xMin1 = Min[nums[[All, 2]]];
yMax1 = Max[nums[[All, 1]]];
xMax1 = Max[nums[[All, 2]]];
znums = # - {yMin1, xMin1} & /@ nums;
yMin = Min[znums[[All, 1]]];
xMin = Min[znums[[All, 2]]];
yMax = Max[znums[[All, 1]]];
xMax = Max[znums[[All, 2]]];
null = ImageResize[Image[{{0}}], size];
hit = ImageResize[Image[{{1}}], size];
array = Table[
   If[Cases[znums, {y, x}] != {}, ImageResize[hit, 5],
    ImageResize[null, 5]], {y, yMax}, {x, xMax}];
ImageAssemble[array]

generates a map of "interesting" tiles:
http://i.imgur.com/APa16.png
and then

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array = Table[
   If[Cases[znums, {y, x}] != {},
    imgs[[Position[znums, {y, x}][[1, 1]]]],
    If[y >= -yMin1, null, hit]], {y, yMax}, {x, xMax}];
ImageAssemble[array]

generates the resized full image:
http://i.imgur.com/1bFW2.png

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby jgh » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:22 pm UTC

Argh! Damn you! I had to write a program to fetch all the images so I could zoom out to navigate. And zoom out. And zoom out. Where's the edge? I'm still fetching.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby thevicente » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:27 pm UTC

For those who would like a poster, I'd recommend a program called Rasterbator.

Now that I remembered about that, I have to look in all the previous messages for that big picture file someone made and rasterbate that.

Anyone have the link at hand?

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby mmmCatSoup » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:39 pm UTC

Awesome, just awesome. I looked at as much as I could but I cant help wondering if I missed anything. Maybe something in the sky, or in the ground outside the tunnels. I guess I'll have to search some more.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby joshuallen » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:42 pm UTC

Amazing work. Truly.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby Paulmichael » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:42 pm UTC

So

It has come to this.

(Assuming it really is the end)

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby teknoarcanist » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:45 pm UTC

Anybody else find the hot air balloon?

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby noema » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:46 pm UTC

I am stunned at the beauty. Truly magnificent.
I hope it's not the end... the thought makes for bittersweet exploring. But in a way the feeling seems appropriate.

Also, made me this of this quote:

"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time."
- T. S. Eliot


Whether it's end or not, thanks for the comics, Randall. They have been a great inspiration.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby teknoarcanist » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:49 pm UTC

Note the implications of the world analogy in these very forums.

FIRST: "Holy shit, look how big this world is."
NEXT: "Does anybody know how far it goes in every direction?"
THEN: "Okay guys, I'm in the process of working out a system to figure this thing out."

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby wreave » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:54 pm UTC

Delurked to comment on this comic, along with many others I see. (Last forum visit for me was 8/11/2008!)

This is a masterpiece. It's hard to believe that this isn't the end of the line, and that Friday's comic 1111 will be the last.

I'm not even sure if I hope I'm wrong. xkcd is extraordinary, but all good things must come to an end. If you look at the great comic artists, they went out on their own terms, when others thought it was too early. Gary Larson and Bill Watterson are the obvious examples. Then there are those who used to be funny, but have kept going far too long.

If this is the finale for xkcd, I can only say thank you, and best wishes.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby Pfhorrest » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:02 pm UTC

Still catching up on this thread, but just wanted to comment on the subject of full-map vs click-and-drag-it-yourself: While I agree completely that the point of this map is having to scroll around and explore, click-and-drag is the most painfully awful way to scroll ever. Walking around exploring the world is great, but without the various hacks that allow one to actually scroll using regular scroll mechanisms (bars, wheel/ball, swipe, etc), this is more like hopping around the world on one foot: every stilted step takes concerted effort. The overall experience was made much more enjoyable (really, only tolerable at all) by the various mechanisms that allowed me to swipe-to-scroll or scroll-ball around the image.
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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby jgh » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:05 pm UTC

There's a Desert Island Discs reference.
And a jumping shark!

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby wreave » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:05 pm UTC

P.S. I also think Randall is trying to get out of having to update Online Communities this year.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby davidvitaletheamazin » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:09 pm UTC

If this is xkcd's end, it is quite bittersweet. But it must happen eventually, and this is a pretty bad-ass way to go out. I keep on thinking of that early 2000s webcomic, 1/0, and the way it ended (http://www.undefined.net/1/0/).

I only have two questions:

If this is the end of xkcd, will tomorrow's blank comic have any alt-text?

If this is the end of xkcd, what will happen to the "what-if?" portion of the website? (It's only been up for a couple of months, it would seem kinda foolish to shut it down with the comic. I dunno.)

Regardless of whatever happens, thanks for making my life awesome, Randall Munroe. This comic will always remain a part of my life, even if this is the end and all that's left to do is re-read the archives every so often (which you know I will do). Know that you made a large impact on my life, and the lives of all of the readers.

The only important thing I really have to say is "Thank you".

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby Andrea_2 » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:14 pm UTC

This comic was really an extraordinary feat, a masterful use of infinite canvas.

and all the detail and easter eggs and references show that greater time and care were spent on this strip than usual.
I have read this strip for a long time, even if only now I register.
It has given me great fun and, rare case for a comic strip, it even taught me much.
the humor is almost unique and it has been a great ride so far. But you know what?
if this is the end, it is a great way to go and I couldn't hope for anything better. It is the greatest comic so far, and one of the best things I've ever seen on the internet. Furthermore, it references many of xkcd's earlier strips, most importantly the first, giving a sense of closure.
close the circle, and go out with your best work.
but if it isn't? well, then the real end has better to be REALLY good, Mr. Munroe, because today you set your standards very high.
lets say at least twice as high as burj khalifa :wink:

whatever happens, I must join the other readers in saying:
Thank you.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby dmm » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:23 pm UTC

That big tree with the tire swing looks familiar. I thought it might be the Kindle logo, but no. Anybody recognize it? It is up the mountain to the right, not too far from the starting point.

Also, at least one shaft's indentations make faces, and several caves are cloud-shaped.
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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby babble » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:25 pm UTC

This is great.

Looked through the thread and didn't see this, apologies if someone did post it, but I wanted to preserve this little bit as I'll probably never find it again...

http://www.dropmocks.com/mBk891

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby keithl » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:28 pm UTC

The "empty" panels. Does anyone remember the million dollar homepage?" An enterprising British student selling pixels in a 1Kx1K web image for a dollar a piece.

If Randal sells off his empty pixels for a dollar a piece, he can make more than ten billion dollars. Who needs posters?

OTOH, the pixel size on a semiconductor deep-UV photomask (made with electron beam imaging) is around 20 nanometer on a 125 mm * 125 mm glass plate (4 to 1 reduction printed on silicon, with resolution enhancement). This image would fit easily on a photomask with 0.5 micrometer pixels. Randal can make even more money by buying an old Perkins-Elmer ebeam mask making machine, and selling contact-print images for the low low price of $100K each, microscope for a small extra charge.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby mmmCatSoup » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:30 pm UTC

I think were reading too much into this, saying it's the end of xkcd. It's not like Randall hasn't done big comics before ("Money" comes to mind) and they weren't the end. The addition of "What if" makes it seem like he's actually doing more xkcd than ever. Besides, if he's going to end it he's got to do it on comic 1337.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby BytEfLUSh » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:32 pm UTC

Well.

Mind. Blown.

This truly is a masterpiece. And my best guess is - xkcd is going out in style! I do believe this is the end, I actually thought that xkcd was ending when "What-if" was introduced. I think that Randal is done with MWF xkcd comics, and the main focus will be "What-ifs".
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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby dawolf » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:33 pm UTC

What an incredible comic.


I really hope this is not the end, but fear that it is. The link to comic 1....


If it is the end, Randall you've done an incredible job over the years. I will badly miss xkcd....

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby tastony » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:45 pm UTC

Another person who has only registered now to post and say thanks, Randall.

Only been aware of this site for a few months, and have loved so much of what he's done, but this is mind-blowingly good - like seeing the opening sequence of Star Wars the first time in a cinema as a 10 year old, or writing your first piece of code on a ZX-80 and seeing it DO something.

Wow.

I love the little octopus hiding in the murky depths, looking (I think) at a computer monitor glowing in the dark. Sweet.

Too scared to go into the caves as yet, I have too much work to do. This weekend is going to be a total write-off I can see!

Thanks for expanding the definition of what "awesome" means.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby Linkshot » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:50 pm UTC

1111 is a great way to go out, and what-if is an amazing way to transition the theme of xkcd (not that it really changes much there). xkcd has been the first thing on my mind every day it updates, a part of my routine for the past few years.

Even so, I'll be happy to know it ended on a brilliant note. I'm still in awe over the fact that the page is 4 digits. I think I started reading this when it only had 200 (which still makes me feel quite new to it).

Everywhere I hang out is talking about this comic, though to call it a comic is an understatement. This is an adventure. Hours of fun, laughs, exploration, and OCD, especially if you don't use that google maps style version of it.

Randall is a brilliant man, made more wonderful by using his brilliance with the sole intent to make random strangers around the world laugh or think 4 times a week.

Today he made us search. Not even for an answer, either. We searched because the world is big, and we wanted to experience the world he gave us. xkcd's world.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby aleph-null » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:57 pm UTC

Could we pipe a the PNGs (or a unified PNG) through Inkscape or something similar to produce a vector of the entire image?

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby Pfhorrest » Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:01 pm UTC

Caught up now and just want to add, since my last post was a complaint, that I concur that this is a magnificent piece, and though I don't want to see xkcd come to an end, if it is this is a good climax.

I wonder what the denouement will be...
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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby RedBrick » Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:17 pm UTC

Weird - I followed the mario tubes down, and down, and down, and then kept going...and then I found an upside down bridge?!

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby hubewa » Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:22 pm UTC

Words simply cannot describe how beautiful this piece of art is. It is literally the best thing I have ever seen on the internet :D

I hope this is not the end, but, if it is, then, it has been a marvelous, exciting adventure exploring not just this comic's world but also the XKCD world.

Been reading your comics for a while but I only decided to register just for this one, amazing comic.

As you have said, "where will we float next?"

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby brenok » Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:40 pm UTC

rmsgrey wrote:
jpers36 wrote:
Marlayna wrote:1n36e ("don't go into the tall grass")?


Jurassic Park: The Lost World: The Film?


Pokemon. The "tall grass" is the first barrier to exploration in the game (once you get out onto the world map) - while in the tall grass, you get attacked by wild Pokemon. Until you get your first pokemon, and with it the ability to battle other pokemon, being attacked means you automatically get defeated (I believe you simply get teleported back to near where you entered the grass, but it's been a while since I saw the game being played).


As far as I remember, there's no grass in the first town, and there's someone in the entrance blocking you until you get your first pokémon.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby joeinwap » Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:51 pm UTC

joeinwap wrote:Challenge accepted.

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#!/usr/bin/perl
print '<base href="http://imgs.xkcd.com/clickdrag/">',"\n";
for ($n=15;$n>0;$n--) {
  for ($w=15;$w>0;$w--)


That's not all of it.

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#!/usr/bin/perl
# Purpose: Creates a bunch of <img src=""> tags for the parts of the xkcd comic for 2012-09-19.

$file='xkcd-2012-09-19';
$base='http://imgs.xkcd.com/clickdrag';
do_partial(-35, -6,'left');
do_partial( -5,+25,'middle');
do_partial(+26,+55,'right');
exit;

sub do_partial {
  ($left,$right,$part) = @_;
  $filename = "$file-$part.html";
  print STDERR "Writing to $filename\n";
  open STDOUT,">$filename" or warn "Problems writing to $filename - $!";

  print <<EOM;
<html><head><title>xkcd 1110 part='$part' (h = $left to $right)</title></head><body>
<h1>2012-09-19 <a href="http://xkcd.com/1110/">xkcd 1110</a> part='$part' (h = $left to $right)</h1>
<h2><a href="$file-left.html">Left</a> - <a href="$file-middle.html">Middle</a> - <a href="$file-right.html">Right</a></h2>
Designed to fit the width of a 1920 x 1080 display.<br>
EOM

  for ($v=15; $v>-25; $v--) {                   # Vertical
    next  if  $v == 0;
    ($n,$s)  =  $v > 0 ? ($v,'n') : (-$v,'s');
    for ($h=$left; $h<=$right; $h++) {          # Horizontal
      next if $h == 0;
      ($e,$w) = $h > 0 ? ($h,'e') : (-$h,'w');
      print qq(<a href="$base/$n$s$e$w.png" target="big"><img src="$base/$n$s$e$w.png" alt="$n$s $e$w" width=60 height=60></a>);
    }
    print " row $n$s<br>\n";
  }
  print "<h2>end of $filename</h2>\n";
}

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby merlinsboat » Thu Sep 20, 2012 12:10 am UTC

Registered to say I've loved xkcd for years but had slacked off on checking it regularly for the past year or so. I can't get any work done because I'm still marveling over this and wondering about will Friday bring.

I noticed that Friday's date, 9/21/2012, if you sum them up: 2012 + 9 + 21 = 2042.

42. Crazy numerical coincidence? As others have said, everything about this feels like the end. But what a way to go out, if so. Thanks, Randall.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby OhEidhin » Thu Sep 20, 2012 12:14 am UTC

VanI wrote:
glen wrote:Did you find the X-wing in the sky (not the one underground)?


I mentioned that already, although I mistakenly called it Red Leader instead of Red Five.

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Re: 1110:"Click and Drag"

Postby Manabu » Thu Sep 20, 2012 12:29 am UTC

The objective of this comic was to give RSI for all xkcd readers? :lol:


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