A lot has changed since illustrator Randall Monroe drew up the original XKCD “Map Of Online Communities” in 2007. In testament to how far we as Internet denizens have come, earlier this week XKCD updated its beloved classic to more accurately reflect the rapidly online world in 2010.
From Monroe in 2007:
“I’m waiting for the day when, if you tell someone ‘I’m from the internet’ instead of… → Read More
Damn, xkcd comics. I got up early this morning – with a little help from the time change – with good intentions. That was until I saw the new xkcd comic that charts character grouping throughout some of the most epic movies. I wasted my morning looking at this damn thing and you probably will too. Don’t blame me though. I warned you. → Read More
Deeply geeky. As if the nerdy humor and nerdier meta-humor of XKCD weren’t enough, this enterprising coder (apparently with a little too much time on his hands) created an interactive simulation of the raptor attack scenario brought up here and solved here. It takes a little imagination for those squares to look like raptors — although it’s not a stretch for yourself … oh… → Read More
Here’s a little early morning funny from XKCD for you kids. Why? Because we love you. → Read More
My nerd bone hurts for understanding and laughing at this, but ain’t it true? Kilobyte [xkcd] → Read More
A fine farewell for a man who probably changed most of our lives. xkcd → Read More