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the ipod of our day

One part boredom, two parts curiosity... no, make that ten parts boredom, two parts curiosity. Either way, this is what you get. Credit to Gabe Rockefeller for the original idea and much of the units-to-English translation that made this all worthwhile in the first place (we use "worthwhile" very loosely here, for obvious reasons). Tap that image to get more explanation, although it's about as un-interesting as it looks from here.

(Really, I just wanted an excuse to play with flickr, and without a digital camera the opportunity doesn't present itself that often.)