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May 14, 2008

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David

Oh, I think this may be the original home of the map of the Internet that Mom posted a while back, too.

John

Funny - I'd just been looking at some of these myself last week.

As a longtime emacs user, particularly like this one: http://xkcd.com/378/

Laura

Ah yes, I have recently gotten quite addicted to this one.

I think this is my favorite:
http://xkcd.com/385/

Laura

Ah, and here's one for Katie:
http://xkcd.com/389/

Katie

Heh, marching band. It's funny because that would probably work.

I just realized that the comic on the door of one of the physics classrooms at my school is probably xkcd, it's stick figures discussing the difference between scientists and normal people (with pencil-drawn additions regarding certain teachers).

Sarah

I love xkcd. While Christnmas shopping last year, I broke down and bought myself the "Stand back, I'm going to try SCIENCE" t-shirt. It always gets compliments. ;-)

And since we're sharing favorites, here's mine: http://xkcd.com/155/

Katie

I take it the raptors are a running joke?

John

"Raptors" is a reference to the Michael Crichton novel / Speilberg film "Jurassic Park". Short synopsis: scientists clone a bunch of dinosaurs using genetic material found in amber. Dinosaurs (especially raptors) get loose and cause mayhem.

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