Dragon vs. Bullies [CH Comic]


Wait for it. A comic by Caldwell Tanner from College Humor. DRAGON FRIENDSHIP GO! So yeah, I wasn’t exactly expecting this to happen. I guess whoever we are, there’s always going to be someone bigger and badder than us. Having a secret dragon pendant like this one would still be pretty awesome though. And that […]

Our Future in Space [Comic]


We start by the moon, build some buildings, then move to Mars, and build as many buildings as possible once again. As things are right now, we’ll probably start Mars though, the world doesn’t seem very interested by the moon, even though it could be a great launching platform for exploration mission to the rest […]

The Good Old Admin/Password [Comic]


Back when I was a Sysadmin, I ran into this situation quite frequently at various companies I worked for. I naturally always changed the default username and password to something else, but sometimes, local users were really pissed at me for doing so. Even though I stopped being a system administrator in 2011, I’m fairly […]

Sandbox of Sin [Comic]


So you’ve led a great, sinless life during your stay on Earth? So you should go right through the gates of paradise on the day you die, right? Wrong! Have you considered your virtual life? All those Sims you tortured, your Xbox Live transcripts, the Tamagochis you neglected, the thousands of people you killed in […]

Dorkly Comic: Star Trek vs. Star Wars


In this Dorkly Comic, George Rottkamp and Tristan Cooper take a look at an age old debate: What are the differences between Star Wars and Star Trek, and which is the superior franchise? Even though the authors obviously have a favorite franchise, in the end, both Star Trek end up pretty much in the same […]

Male Puberty vs. Female Puberty [Comic]


So yeah, puberty for guys can cause some mild inconveniences, for the the ladies, it can be much worse. I had a friend that from the day she started getting periods, she started being in pain and having to take pain medicine a few days each month. Some have it worse than other, though. [Source: […]

The Next Morning [Comic]


Prepare breakfast, go for a 40-minute run, empty the dishwasher, vacuum the house, mop the floor, go see my mom, start writing that long article I’ve been delaying for the past month. Yeah, maybe we should start planning our day when we get up in the morning instead of the day before. Procrastination is not […]

Actually… [Comic]


It’s the fastest animal on the ground, but not on Earth! From Wikipedia: The fastest land animal is the cheetah which has a recorded speed of 109.4–120.7 km/h (68.0–75.0 mph). The peregrine falcon is the fastest bird, and the fastest member of the animal kingdom with a diving speed of 389 km/h (242 mph). [Source: […]

Sharing Your Opinion Online [Comic]


Yep, I know a few people who’ve got way too much heart and not enough brain. A healthy mix of both can only be a good thing, whether you are online of offline. A fantastic comic by Nick Seluk from The Awkward Yeti. If you like what Nick does, be sure to follow him on […]

Snail Mail [Comic]


Yep, I do that all the time. Snail mail and smail (from snail + mail)—named after the snail with its slow speed—refers to letters and missives carried by conventional postal delivery services. The phrase refers to the lag-time between dispatch of a letter and its receipt, versus the virtually instantaneous dispatch and delivery of its […]

The Way Death Works [Comic]

In the following comic, Idan Schneider from C-Section Comics takes a look at how Death works. Yep, the Grim Reaper is hovering above us all from the minute we start breathing until the day comes where he finally swoops over us to take our life… and he often does it on the day we least […]

The Solution [Comic]


Yep, that’s exactly how some people feel when too many people come over to visit and leave without anyone helping with the cleanup: A mountain of dishes and toys scattered everywhere throughout the house. It then takes a few hours the following morning to put everything back in order. Personally, I prefer having people come […]