Even if you aren't a regular webcomic reader, finding a good one and reading them all in order entertains and makes time fly by.I've listed off some of the ones I visit here, and given a brief description: Sluggy Freelance ( first comic ) - Sluggy is one of the most popular webcomics. You do have to have Java on your machine for the interface to work. I like these cameras because they are motorized, and you can control them!It also just celebrated its 10th year, so there's a slew of nifty archives to enjoy!
Zooming in on billboards or business signs will usually give you something to Google.
As with a lot of online strips, as time went on it got much more polished.
I may not check it daily, but I check when I remember to. Penny Arcade ( first comic ) - Nine-year-old webcomic about gaming... These guys are popular enough that this is all they do. Almost as popular as the comics are the bizarre intellectually crude rants on various games, companies, obsessions, etc.
Earlier this year, tech site Arstechnica revealed that one of the 'slave forums' had 23 million total posts, where ‘ratters’ boasted about their ‘slaves’ posting pictures, mainly of women, unaware that they were being watched.‘We have transitioned into a world where law enforcement is hacking into people’s computers, and we have never had public debate,’ Christopher Soghoian, principal technologist for the American Civil Liberties Union told the Post. and British spy agencies were able to harvest huge amounts of data - including emails and search history - on millions of people by tapping into internet servers.
The open letter to the President and Congress reads: 'We understand that governments have a duty to protect their citizens.