Comic strips about dating
In the process, I even found two strips that were missing from the archives for some reason (they existed before! So if you happen to find yourself taking a stroll through memory lane and you encounter any missing, mislabeled, or missized strips from the last 19.5 years, please let me know. (05/21/2013) Seems like that's the only news I post anymore. I actually actively avoid reading Ph D because I know we're going to end up making fun of the same things and I don't want it to influence my humor (or prevent me from being able to make jokes without it becoming copycatting). This morning, I'm sitting in the airport lounge in Oslo, awaiting my flight back to California. I actually got to the airport three hours early just to sit here., in which I've replaced every strip on the site with a consistent-width version (800 pixels), with proper titles and correct copyrights, etc. (01/21/2014) Hee hee, I just noticed the last eleven news items were about technical problems and I wanted to break the streak. Thought I would crank out another strip before my flight, but instead I think I'll have wine for breakfast. Seems that I accidentally uploaded Wednesday's strip again for Friday's. Thanks so much to everyone who's been notifying me when I screw up.I actually spent quite a few months examining, sorting, and rescanning thousands of strips. Unfortunately, I'm in Norway at the moment and not checking my email often enough to catch these mistakes in as timely a manner as I'd like, but eventually, everything gets sorted out.The old server is showing the old site, stuck on Monday's strip. There is a comic for each helicopter pilot in the United Kingdom. (1/24/2011) that the last few updates went as planned, but I'm pretty sure it's all fixed up now.So if you saw an old strip for a while, it just means your DNS is slow to update. If you think you missed something, go ahead and back up a few strips and see. The red one with the little horns on the left shoulder. Addendum: If you want to tune into the podcast to hear me, I wouldn't recommend it.
The bronze age of people caring about webcomics drama seems to be over. In the interim, a bunch of stuff will probably break. I noticed that now that I was no longer controlling the ads, Keenspot has been running a lot of annoying ads that overlay on top of the page content, which I have never allowed on my site.
If that was the case, please go back and read the correct strip. "Katherine," presumably a loyal Nuclide, made a very cool Tetris blanket, made as an Agnostica present, which was cool enough to garner a mention on Boing Boing, thus disseminating Agnostica cheer beyond my readership and the occasional Festivus forum post.
The good news, I suppose, is that you get two new strips today! Though, the blanket reflects not the joys of video game merriment, but rather the exasperation of life's unfortunate turns, brought upon ourselves by our inability to cope with its pace and simple stupidity. (1/15/2010) Okay, I have no delusions that Nukees is anything close to one of the most popular comics on the web.
Once again, modern technology saves the day as I reupload and post this note via my phone over extremely-spotty free Wi-Fi during a layover in Dubai (back the other way this time). Of course, the comic is always drawn on time (this one on the plane to Dubai! And, I haven't had internet access for large swaths of time, so my auto-notify systems couldn't reach me.
Good thing my layover was four hours, because that's about how long this took to fix. Fortunately, I just got connected (~4pm PT) and saw the problem. It's still Friday (in California, at least), so I still get credit for my perfect record, right? *sigh* (08/01/2012) who checked the site within 45 minutes of midnight (PST) today got a sneak peak at what will be Friday's comic.
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The server we were on suffered some sort of hard drive crash.