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  • ...yone is so hungry for BAD news, but fine, I'll give in to feedback and add a dark mode. This comic is another in a [[:Category:COVID-19|series of comics]] related to the {{w|2019–20 corona
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  • ...a portmanteau, from the words motor and hotel. A {{w|neologism}} is simply a newly coined word that is not yet in common use. ...this new word is one of the very words used in the process. This is called a [[917|meta]] or "self-referential" joke.
    6 KB (920 words) - 20:29, 5 December 2020
  • ...sting resources {{w|reinventing the wheel}}, whilst offering their clients a certain amount of simplicity and compatibility between vendors. ...ensome. As a result, someone eventually takes on the challenge of creating a universal standard that everyone can rally around.
    5 KB (716 words) - 18:39, 31 March 2020
  • {{Quote|A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.|}} ...izing. Its art style is minimalist, told through simple [[stick figure]]s. New comics are posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with each comic acco
    11 KB (1,789 words) - 11:59, 19 January 2021
  • {{comicsrow|486|2008-10-08|I am Not a Ninja}} {{comicsrow|470|2008-09-01|The End is Not for a While}}
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  • ...x|right|thumb|Logo by [[User:Alek2407]], made transparent and resized by [[User:Omega]].]] Here is a tour of various entry points to the site:
    5 KB (810 words) - 11:16, 9 January 2021
  • ...:Category:Sunday comics|a Sunday]] (only the third comic to be released on a Sunday). But it was only due to the April Fool joke, as it did replace the, or where they came from determines which comic they actually see. As a result, there are actually multiple comics that went up on April Fools' Day
    45 KB (7,301 words) - 04:39, 5 February 2021
  • | titletext = I love the idea here, though of course it's not a great-quality drawing or scan. ...nter. This drawing was apparently made during that period, while attending a talk that he didn't like.
    10 KB (1,764 words) - 17:11, 31 January 2021
  • ...a string is "s", e.g. "s/old/new/g" replaces any occurrence of "old" with "new". The title therefore contains the command to change "keyboard" into "leopa ...And Chair" or {{w|PEBKAC}}, which means that the problem is caused by the user, not by any failure of the computer. However, due to the substitution, it i
    6 KB (923 words) - 11:24, 7 November 2020
  • ...d high-school notebooks. This is the second in a row. It was also released a day too late. It is a very weird drawing, especially with the title text proclaiming that it may
    3 KB (533 words) - 15:21, 29 May 2020
  • ...text = The typical internet user (who wants to share) has an IQ of 147 and a 9-inch penis. Better than the reverse, I guess}} to show how many hits (or web pages) are returned as relevant based on a given search replacing <X> by different numbers.
    10 KB (1,738 words) - 03:05, 13 October 2018
  • ...r situation from a previous xkcd strip. In each panel is written a part of a song similar to the song from the Discovery Channel commercial. Most of the panels are references to previous xkcd strips, but a few are not.
    12 KB (1,880 words) - 07:32, 26 November 2019
  • | titletext = The top computer champion at Seven Minutes in Heaven is a Honda-built Realdoll, but to date it has been unable to outperform the huma ...ars in parenthesis in the comic are the year that the game was mastered by a computer):
    17 KB (2,758 words) - 21:03, 20 February 2021
  • ...holding a {{w|smartphone}}, tells [[White Hat]] that everyone now carries a computer in their pocket, and refers to how it is always on-line (connected ...{w|cryogenics}}''' (hence the title) far enough for humans to survive such a deep freeze, and then she climbs into her homemade chamber and plans to ski
    6 KB (1,066 words) - 05:35, 25 July 2020
  • | titletext = I just read a pop-science book by a respected author. One chapter, and much of the thesis, was based around wil ...spread misinformation, but make said misinformation seem reliable through a process of "circular reporting".
    7 KB (1,179 words) - 11:40, 16 April 2020
  • The comic shows - in human language - part of the conversations that a browser and web server do in order to get the right page. The protocol they ...ont page of the mobile site, not the page the user had requested. In quite a few sites, there is no 1-to-1 correspondence of pages between the regular a
    3 KB (541 words) - 20:13, 27 June 2019
  • | title = Linux User at Best Buy ...erating systems and software. As such, the subtext is that somebody buying a complete pre-packaged home computer system at Best Buy wouldn't know or car
    6 KB (886 words) - 16:12, 26 September 2020
  • ...uscation}} to plain text both to make it harder to read and to show off in a creative way using in-group jargon. ...n {{w|copyleft}}; he also founded the {{w|GNU Project}}. (He is not really a sword fighter but is always depicted with swords when [[:Category:Comics fe
    15 KB (2,680 words) - 18:32, 14 January 2021
  • ...tudy was overseen by Dvorak himself). And the 'slow typists down' thing is a myth. Also EMACS RULES VI DROOLS WOOOOOOO! ...e QWERTY layout, and were unwilling to take the time and effort to learn a new one.
    5 KB (840 words) - 06:33, 28 December 2020
  • ...eference to the very popular comic [[149: Sandwich]], which has now become a geek culture catch-phrase. It is a recurring theme in ''FoxTrot'' for Jason to offer to make substitute comics
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