Tuesday, July 29, 2008
#900 will not be posted tomorrow. I still need to catch up on #s 500, 600, 700, and 800 after all. I'll make a week of it, but not for a while yet. So very busy.
at 11:46 AM
Monday, July 28, 2008
A few days ago on twitter, I wondered aloud how long it would take to tweet Moby Dick in it's entirety. Dan Coulter (the coding genius behind e-hobo.com and other ventures) stepped forward and set up a twitter feed to find out the answer. As of this morning, you can start reading Moby Dick in very small segments throughout the day. Here is the link.
at 10:35 AM
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Monday, July 21, 2008
...but here's an even better treat! Jason has completed his wonderfully awesome sculpture of everyone's favorite miniature hobo cat, Pip.
Click on it to get a better look, and a couple more views on flickr.
Thanks a million, Jason!
As for tonight's comic, I'll do my best, but we are in the midst of unpacking and painting today, and I can't guarantee I'll be able to make it to a scanner. Meanwhile, enjoy Jason's handiwork.
at 5:01 PM
Wednesday, July 09, 2008
Here is the version I pulled down yesterday for it not making sense. The "this" of which Pip speaks refers to the height (and accompanying inaccessibility) of the bindle. The "this" does not refer to some magical stick lenghtening power imbued by so-called "leafs" being stuffed into the bindle.
Thank you for your time and patience.
at 12:57 PM
Saturday, July 05, 2008
Friday, July 04, 2008
Remember how I sold a few fan club memberships and books on Etsy several months ago? I plan on using them again to sell the backlog of original comics from time to time*. The price will be $21 (to cover the Etsy & Paypal fees) but mailing will still be included.
This is just a heads up. There will most likely not be any available there for a couple of weeks. I will be sure to keep you posted both here and on twitter when I know the exact date.
*I will go back to requests at some point.
at 1:01 PM