But at least he's admitted that it's a problem now. That _almost_ makes up for that Daily Show interview where he pretty much said "I never liked Star Trek because it was for nerds, so I wanted to make a Star Trek that both regular people and nerds would enjoy."
Here's some pretty cool images of crazy mountain cliff pathways.
I'm not a huge fan of animated gifs in general, but this tumblr has some pretty cool ones, pretty much all of animals or landscapes.
And now two YouTube videos that sound cooler than they actually are.
World War II in Europe: Every Day
This is an animated map of who controlled what during all of WW2 in Europe. However like a lot of wars, most of it is fairly static (at least at the resolution we're viewing it) with a few sudden flurries of change. It might have been more interesting if it had covered the entire world.
World Battleground, 1000 years of war in 5 minutes
The same thing, but just major battles over a longer period of time. It didn't help that i wasn't watching it in full-screen so i had trouble reading the battle names. And then during actual wars there's too much going on to keep track of it all, often happening in close proximity and writing over each other.
Cross-posted from G+