Also, the other day/night when the big rally was going on I zoomed out on btccharts to view it from space. Then imagined what would happen if everyone dropped their walls at once and people just kept buying satoshis at ever higher prices until it went beyond whatever number the Mt Gox code could handle.
Kind of reminds me of what happened when gox was hacked...a million 0.001 orders was win for all (not really win for anyone actually).
It is interesting seeing it from a distance, though, like you point out. There's a big one worth quarter of a million at $1.15 or something...and of course the ungodly one under 0.01...lol someone wants to buy all 24 million (or whatever) bitcoins...yeah have fun playing by yourself buddy.
It's also interesting to see the little dimples where people think the next moves are going to end up. Sorry if I ruined that for them...not that it was especially encrypted or obfuscated though.
A santoshi is how many zeros?