Sometimes I do wonder, are my standards too high?
Do I expect too much from others?
In short, am I a bit of a picky bugger?
Then I see an article in Times Online about what is surely an amazing development. Scientists have managed, for the first time, to directly photograph a planet orbiting another star. This is groundbreaking - for years they've only known about the existence of such planets by measuring the indirect effect they have on the stars they're orbiting. Up until now, we've never actually seen the planets themselves.
So this is a particularly significant image. And this is a very important story, wholly about this one, significant image. Many people, not just borderline nerds like me, will want to see this image.
Go have a look at the story on Times Online. You might notice there's a small detail missing. Check the comments for a hint.
And I ask again, in all seriousness. Is it me?