If you are into comics and happen to be near Chelsea, MI (about 15 mins from Ann Arbor, MI) on June 12 & 13, you might want to consider going to Kids Read Comics comic convention. (As the name implies, it’s targeted at a younger crowd but don’t get discouraged by that.)
The guest list looks quite good (at least in my opinion).
About two months ago, I got introduced to a fun web comic, Frazz.
Over the past year or so, I tend to let a few comics accumulate before reading them. One of these accumulated comics is this PhD Comics:
I have to say: bravo! MythBusters always bothered me. I find their pseudo-scientific approach irritating. It’s nice to see that I’m not the only one.
I am very disappointed that Jorge Cham did the following two comics:
How dares he call computer science an "obscure and esoteric field". As far as I can see, companies are looking for CS PhDs, effectively begging them to join. Grrr….
Here’s something I stole from here:
I kind of feel like the hero in the cartoon at times…basically whenever someone asks me if something is possible to do in bash, I hack for a minute or two and then give them a nice script (which generally consists of some awk, which I am liking more and more, and possibly some sed). Sure, I don’t just write scripts for everyone at that asks for one, but I do it for fun when it sounds like the script should be sufficiently complex and enjoyable to do. Did I mention that I enjoy bash? Hrm. Speaking of bash, I’ll be presenting about it on Tuesday, January 30th at 7pm, for Linux Users Group @ Stony Brook. :)