Original photo by Paul. Who gave Wil the shirt as a fun gift. Now, it's a fun GIF!
About 45 days later, I finally picked it up. I opened it in my office, saw myself looking back at me from infinity, and couldn't believe that I'd waited so long to pick it up. (On the other hand, it was a wonderful reward for completing the first draft of my keynote.)
I called Anne into my office, and revealed it in the usual manner, by slowly lifting it up to my chin and showing it off.
"Oh my god," Anne said. "It's you ... and you ... and you ... and you ..."
"All the way to infinity," I said.
We shared a Sci-Five, to commemorate the occasion. You know, like you do.
The Recursive Wheaton (also known as the Wheaton Singularity) is an Infini-tee, created by Scott Meyer, who also creates an amazing and wonderful webcomic called Basic Instructions.
Sci-Five also wins. Much lurv for WW. See also: Recursion Google