Xkcd dating librarian
I'm okay, just weathering the usual ups and downs that follow a breakup.
I probably need to get out of the house more, but I'm shy about reaching out and making plans with other people.
Listed in no particular order, this is only a sampling of the phenomenal and insightful work being posted online by a new generation of talented web artists. Xkcd: A Webcomic of Romance, Sarcasm, Math and Language by Randall Munroe, is probably the most widely known.
I recall spending a lot of time on the down side of that graph... An insightful look at the everyday quandaries of life in the laboratory, from someone who's obviously been there. The illustrations are consistently and incongruously of (guess what? The humor is in the captions and conversation - of the inexplicably wise tree lobsters.
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal by Zach Weiner Sometimes about science and research, but more generally about God, superheroes, dating, the meaning of life…and much more. One comic read: 'For a good time call 6.02 x 10 23 Ask for Avogadro.' Tree Lobsters takes on big topics such as Creationism: one lobster asks, “So you think the universe was created by this invisible space pickle?
Nostalgic simplicity junkies preach that esthetics should be devoid of either curiosity or understanding. Girl Genius, offers the marvels of gorgeously detailed steampunk technology, set in an alternate-history where mad scientists rule the world.
It follows the adventures of the flamboyant and brilliant girl genius, Agatha Heterodyne, in the city of Mechanicsburg.