Create or die

I’ve been thinking about this new cartoon from Hugh MacLeod on and off since I saw it yesterday. Hugh’s gapingvoid cartoons always make you think. I remember when I first discovered Hugh’s cartoons and that you could get one on your business cards. And then, you could get one on…

No hoverboards in San Francisco?

I love a journalist who genuinely has a way with words. Who’s actually a good writer. Who might have an agenda and doesn’t pretend he or she doesn’t. Who touches on things that make you nod in recognition as well as laugh your head off. In sum, a journalist who…

Do your bit for Red Nose Day

I’m helping to get the word out about Red Nose Day 2009. I’ve created my digital red nose photo. Happy to have contributed £1 for that (paid via PayPal, making it so easy). I’ve changed my Twitter avatar to this photo which I’ll keep throughout this week. I’m following @rednoseday2009…

Capturing the zeitgeist

The always-excellent cartoonist Matt sums things up very nicely in today’s Daily Telegraph with this front-page cartoon. In such a British tongue-in-cheek way, it captures the zeitgeist surrounding two highly topical and opinion-provoking events that have dominated the mainstream media during the past week. One is pretty serious, the other…

When God asks

Could be someone’s epitaph. It couldn’t be mine: I have less than 12,500. :) Great contemporary geek cartoon by Oliver Widder who draws at Geek and Poke. Discovered via Smashing magazine and their terrific showcase yesterday of 50 Beautiful Examples of Comic Strip Art.

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