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The Japanese Beetle! for December 08, 2003
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December 08, 2003
Okay, I've been digging OK/Cancel for a while. It's a bit geeky - a web comic about HCI and usability - but it's still funny nonetheless. The only reason I haven't linked to it is that I've got other things further up the priority queue.

However, this week they've posted one of the funniest photos I've seen in a long time (it's at the bottom, titled "Metro Sign"). Now that's hilarious.

Music: Ludwig van Beethoven, "Symphony No 6. in F Major ('Pastoral')"

December 09, 2003
"Furries have been around for thousands of years -- they just didn't have a name, says Paracelsus (he borrowed his name from a 16th-century alchemist)."

Strangely, I find it hard to imagine an ancient Roman whacking off to "The Fox and the Grapes."

Comic: "Finder: Dream Sequence"

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