Wednesday, July 19
A reader sends in a Calvin and Hobbes comic strip (well, just one rectangle) about pursuing an academic career. It was created as a T-shirt design by a computer scientist. I'm going to link to where this came from (or really big version here) so we don't get into trouble about reproducing copyrighted material. (Uhm, which is not to discourage you from reworking images into picture secrets, of course!)

2 comments:

Clear said...

How old is this? It makes a reference to Mosaic as a browser. Does that still exist?

Plaid said...

Other than particular cultural references, the overall description still holds, no?

According to its creator's homepage, it was drawn in 1994.

Mosaic became Netscape. As you probably know, its closest cousin now is Firefox.

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