Oh no, the Beeminder yellow brick road is starting to oppress me... I have a four-thousand-word ace up my sleeve, but I’m not ready to play it just yet. In the meantime, I need to post at least 215 words today to keep on track. Here they come, one link at a time.

How the Daily Mail became the world’s most-popular online newspaper, not least because it isn’t the print version.

Neal Stephenson on getting big stuff done.

Sharing: Culture and the Economy in the Internet Age by Philippe Aigrain.

A few things to see: Australian cartoonist Pat Grant’s Shameless Publicity Document for his graphic novel Blue, and a great post on his drawing process.

All the Books in the World... Except One.

A nice gallery of recent street art.

A hypnotic personal site by web designer Nick Kwiatek.

Erik Johansson talks about his impossible photography at TED; here’s his portfolio.

Cat-breeding produces some strange-looking specimens. So does cat-breading.

10 February 2012 · Weblog