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WEB COMICS

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Dilbert
User Friendly
Sluggy Freelance
Kevin and Kell
General Protection Fault
Something Positive
Questionable Content
Star Power
Ubersoft
Two Lumps
Freefall
Exterminatus Now
PartiallyClips
XKCD
My So-Called Secret Identity
Venus Envy
/usr/bin/w00t
Bob The Angry Flower
Queen Of Wands
The Parking Lot Is Full
Lore Brand at Bad Gods
Nice Hair
Comedity
Finders Keepers
Ozy And Millie
I Drew This
Not From Concentrate
Yu+Me
Dominic Deegan: Oracle For Hire
Penny and Aggie
Quiltbag
Girls With Slingshots
A Softer World
Punch an' Pie

HUMOR

THE EVIL OVERLORD LIST
The road to total world domination is strewn with pitfalls. Use this guide to help you avoid the more obvious mistakes.

ACME KLEIN BOTTLES
Need a zero-capacity single-sided bottle? These self-contained dimensional anomalies are available now from www.kleinbottle.com. Visit this site and order one now before the physics police close it down!

DIHYDROGEN MONOXIDE
Known to be responsible for a large number of fatalities, mostly due to accidental inhalation, dihydrogen monoxide has now been found to be present in significant quantities in the human body, Join the campaign to eradicate this dangerous substance at www.dhmo.org

SKIPPY LIST
It's a tough life being a soldier in the US army. So many things you can't do...


MISC

POSTSECRET
Where people post their secrets as anonymous postcards.

THE JARGON FILE
The New Hacker's Dictionary. Geek terminology, philosophy, mythology...

SFX
The magazine I buy monthly to keep up with what's going on in SF in film, TV, books, etc. I use the website for breaking news, along with that of Science Fiction Weekly

SHIP OF FOOLS
The magazine of Christian Unrest. Although an atheist myself, I recognise that there are many fine upstanding openminded intelligent christians with whom I may be proud to share a planet.

URBAN LEGENDS & BIZARRE QUESTIONS
You've probably heard some of these. You've probably believed them. You may even have retold them, changing a few of the names involved along the way. But is there really any truth in them?
And have you ever wondered how they get teflon to stick to the pan? Or where the term "OK" really comes from?

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