This reminds me of my days sifting through Flickr for cosplay photos:
During Dragon*Con I would be up near "Can't sleep, too busy sifting through photos to find the best ones".
A good lifehack is to use messy and unstable systems to organize your photos. That way, every five years or so it becomes obsolete and/or collapses, and you have to open it up and pick only your favorite pictures to salvage.
"On January 26th, 2274 Mars days into the mission, NASA declared Spirit a 'stationary research station', expected to stay operational for several more months until the dust buildup on its solar panels forces a final shutdown."
Off by 8,000 miles because I got dropped off in a courtyard of an abandoned building with no way to move. No language hints on the building, either. Arid surroundings... I guessed Mexico. It was... Pakistan.
(ETA: Not the first time I got stuck somewhere. Another time I got stuck in an industrial site in India where I could only go a couple of steps forward or back)
Never tried that before - it was considerably more entertaining that I was expecting! Wound up with a score of 24,993, but the lost points were all in the first round when I was being sloppy and didn't realize how precisely one needed to place the pin (also, vast tracts of Brazilian farmland with no mile markers all look pretty similar). I also lucked out by landing only in places with languages that I can read. Pretty sure I'd be hosed most anywhere in Asia.
Out of curiosity, what's the closest to zero that people have gotten? My best was 17.4m from the target.