doctorow at February 12th, 2014 09:04 — #1
jeff_allen at February 12th, 2014 10:14 — #2
I think it would be more 2014 to show the entire tapestry, vertically in the browser, like those detestable infrographics.
beanolini at February 12th, 2014 11:03 — #3
a 30 foot long, 13" high tapestry depicting the tale of Star Wars in cross-stitch
Y'know, tapestry and cross-stich are not the same thing. Some people get quite upset about that sort of thing.
The Bayeux Tapestry isn't a tapestry, either. Nor was it made in Bayeux.
lemoutan at February 12th, 2014 12:39 — #4
This raises the possibility that the Norman Conquest of England didn't actually happen but was just a fairy tale told by some deranged or imaginative Norseman, or something.
Doesn't really change anything though.
brainspore at February 12th, 2014 16:27 — #5
OH DARN, the first 15 feet just got unravelled somehow. I guess that part of history is lost to the ages forever.
boundegar at February 12th, 2014 17:03 — #6
I see little white bands marked 10, 3 and 19. What could they mean? Also, I can't find the scene where the Ewoks feast upon roast Jar-Jar.
bladesman8970 at February 13th, 2014 05:00 — #7
This is awesome, but as a major geek I have to point out that the Aurebesh in the top left hand corner is wrong. It reads 'A long long time ago in a galaxy far away', when of course any Star Wars fan knows it should be 'A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.'
mark_sniadecki at February 13th, 2014 07:58 — #8
Perhaps they're quoting from the Yankovician oral saga?
doctorow at February 17th, 2014 09:04 — #9
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