Wednesday, June 22, 2005


When you say one thing but mean something else...
Nobody on the internet wants to admit they dropped their phone in the can. Do a search on Google Groups for dropped phone in toilet: a few hits. Now try dropped phone in water and you'll find a number of relevant posts.

My phone still works! Quick thinking saved it. That and the willingness to put my hands in the toilet. So that stint back in college working as a housekeeper at a hospital paid off after all...

You better believe I used some Lysol to kill 99.9% of the germs that could have gotten on it (thank goodness the toilet was pretty clean).

Friday, June 17, 2005

Business skills

Drawing skills not improving.
Well I'm certainly no better at drawing with a computer mouse than I am with a pencil. I don't think I can blame much of that on the fact that I operated the mouse with my right hand, but I draw left-handed...

Also that font sucks...remind me to change it.

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Objects may not be as they appear...

Super vision
Well, it turns out that my super-thick contact lens didn't really enhance my vision. It is a pain to stick this one in my eye,'s jumpier/springier than my contacts usually are. Yes, I'm sure it's not two contacts stuck together (had that happen before...this must not be the best brand of lenses...).

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

The Wikipedia is not for free advertising

The Wikipedia is a web encyclopedia that anyone can edit. In fact, almost all of the pages in the Wikipedia are editable, including the Notability and inclusion guidelines for Webcomics. Of course, if you really were to go in and edit the guidelines, someone would probably fix them in short order.

(Yes, I drew this comic on a lined notepad. From the Marriott in Newport Beach. Sorry.)