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Triumph of the nerds: The internet has unleashed a burst of cartooning creativity | The Economist (web republish from print 2012)

Triumph of the nerds: The internet has unleashed a burst of cartooning creativity | The Economist (web republish from print 2012)

Information Technology Humor | information technology jokes • David Leonard - Computer Support in ...

Information Technology Humor | information technology jokes • David Leonard - Computer Support in ...

Economist looks at how the Internet has changed cartoons.     Cartoons: Triumph of the nerds | The Economist

Economist looks at how the Internet has changed cartoons. Cartoons: Triumph of the nerds | The Economist

Carlos | The Magic Schoolbus Characters Are All Grown Up And Dayum They’reHot

Carlos | The Magic Schoolbus Characters Are All Grown Up And Dayum They’reHot

Four cancelled Wii prototypes revealed: Batman Devil May Cry Star Wars and Dig Dug   The difference between third-party games on Wii and PS3/360 was always night and day. Due to the Wiis limited power it didnt receive a fair amount of ports from third-party studios and even if it did another studio was tasked to handle that port in particular.  Red Fly was one of these studios. Known for their mobile titles and porting games likeStar Wars: The Force Unleashed I & IIandGhostbusters to the Wii…

Four cancelled Wii prototypes revealed: Batman Devil May Cry Star Wars and Dig Dug The difference between third-party games on Wii and PS3/360 was always night and day. Due to the Wiis limited power it didnt receive a fair amount of ports from third-party studios and even if it did another studio was tasked to handle that port in particular. Red Fly was one of these studios. Known for their mobile titles and porting games likeStar Wars: The Force Unleashed I & IIandGhostbusters to the Wii…

The Pronunciation of GIF: I pronounce it with a hard G instead of the J sound, and it's really hard for me to accept that BOTH pronunciations are correct.

The Pronunciation of GIF: I pronounce it with a hard G instead of the J sound, and it's really hard for me to accept that BOTH pronunciations are correct.