That Google Reader thing is pretty neat. If you've never used it, it's a streamlined RSS reader that collects items from all of the most important blogs based on tags you feed it and renders them in a unified post listing. It does so infinitely, making it a kind of instant StumbleUpon. When you start using it, it just gives you popular items from the most common tags. One of my first runs with it turned up a collection of photos from Tashirojima, a veritable haven of cats.
According to the article, the island, accessible by ferry, has a human population of around 100 and is comprised mostly of people over age 60. They're looking to draw in more residents through its undoubtedly thriving tourism industry. I'm not sure how well that'll turn out since it's only eight square miles big. The article has a bunch of videos of visitors doing what you would expect. It also has a Wikipedia article that I couldn't segue into smoothly.
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