In recent years I was skipping most of humor online. It is inconsistent – there are only so many anecdotes or tech stories I find funny. Reading archives to find those is easily most useless and time consuming type of browsing ever.
I’d prefer something:
- coming to me in RSS.
I have rediscovered tech humor online in form of comic strips.
Comic is about kid that manages an audio blog (too young to type). He shares his daily life and often presents opinions on widely known events like Christmas or economical recession. Comic is far from very technical but kid’s wisdom about blogging is miraculous at times.
Site that got me hooked http://www.asktheadmin.com/
Long running comic about life in office. It has numerous characters of various archetypes and clashes them in cooler talk and other office activities. Sometimes it is bit technical, sometimes it is something that can happen in any office.
Site that got me (recently re)hooked http://jobmob.co.il/
Comic covers various subjects I can roughly describe as geek-related. :) Sometimes jokes are so technical they are hard to understand, sometimes it is something totally tech-unrelated. I think it requires getting used to. If you do like it – good source of ROFL-level stuff.
Site that got me hooked http://stackoverflow.com/questions/84556/whats-your-favorite-programmer-cartoon
Do you read comic stripes? Share them in the comments! :)
Jacob Share from JobMob #
Madmouse Blog #
Richard Mesquita #
Google Wave Preview – first look | Rarst.net #
Annual portion of cool comic strips | Rarst.net #