Comic: e = 1

December 29, 2007

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Inspired by a conversation a bunch of us were having a while back. Can you figure out where the flaw in the logic is?


Comic: Locked Door

December 27, 2007

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One more thing that would probably (unfortunately) work. Hmm…maybe this would work for meetings as well. You know, you don’t want to go to a meeting so you stand outside and tell everyone the door is locked. By the time they realize it’s all a prank: lunchtime!


Comic: Rubik’s Cube

December 27, 2007

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Inspired by my own Rubik’s Cube. About a week after I drew this I saw a “used” Rubik’s Cube in a store being sold for full price. 1: Who messes up a Rubik’s Cube, says “I don’t like it” and tries to return it? 2: What kind of store gives refunds for one!?! I know the answer to the second one at least: Wal-Mart.


Comic: The Joys of Math II/2/IO

December 27, 2007

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And who says math is the universal language?


Comic: SuperSenior Wisdom

December 27, 2007

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Fourth panel inspired by an away message from Shashwati Kasetty. Last panel inspired by my high-school physics teacher, Mr. Griffin.


Comic: My Situation

December 27, 2007

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Yes, all of that was true when it was printed in Fall 2007. Special thanks to my partners for the projects mentioned here: Elmar Palma for the floating-point processor and Daniel Orkin for the Micromouse.


Comic: Room Scheduling Logic

December 27, 2007

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Inspired by Jeremy Marks and every single class I have ever had.


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