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Tech Comics: “Sex Ed and Firewalls”

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tech comics, funny tech terms

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The creator of the Geek and Poke cartoon series is Oliver Widder.

Previous tech cartoons by the talented Oliver Widder:

Tech Comics: “The Next Big Thing”

Tech Comics: “Twitter and 140 Characters”

Tech Comics: “Why the iPhone has No Cut & Paste”

Tech Comics: “Making Money from Web 2.0”

Tech Comics: “Bill Gates in 2055”

Tech Comics: “The Internet Today”

Tech Comics: “Secure Browsing”

Tech Comics: “Windows to OS X”

Tech Comics: “Management Wants Web 2.0”

Tech Comics: “He’s a Java Guy”

Tech Comics: “One Year In an IT Project”

Tech Comics: “Sounds of Silence”

Tech Comics: “New Trends in Social Networking”

Tech Comics: “Tech Savvy Kids”

Tech Comics: “Offshoring”

Tech Comics: “Sun Buys MySQL”

Tech Comics: “One Day in the Life of a Geek”

Tech Comics: “Tech Terms Explained”

Tech Comics: “Too Busy for a Beer”

Tech Comics: “Too Busy for a Beer”

Tech Comics: “Getting Fired, Web 2.0 Style”

Tech Comics: “The Stepchild of Enterprise Software”

Tech Comics: “The Latest from Facebook”

Tech Comics: “There’s Hope for Email”

Tech Comics: “The Perils of Social Networking”

Tech Comics: “A Geek in Heaven”

Tech Comics: “Tech Consultant’s Handbook”

Tech Comics: “The Open Source Religion”

Tech Comics: “The Tech Staff Meeting”

Tech Comics: “Trying to Buy Two iPhones”

Tech Comics: “Protecting the iPhone”

Tech Comics: “Buying a Web 2.0 Company”

Tech Comics: Web 2.0: A Cartoon History

Tech Comics: “The Blogger’s Life”

Tech Comics: “Googles Makes an Acquisition”

Tech Comics: “One Year in an IT Project”

Tech Comics: “How to Rescue a Project”

Tech Comics: “Geeks vs. MBAs: What’s Better?”

Next: One Day in the Life of a Perl Programmer

Previous: “Sex Ed and Firewalls”

tech comics, funny tech terms

Next: One Day in the Life of a Perl Programmer

The creator of the Geek and Poke cartoon series is Oliver Widder.

Previous tech cartoons by the talented Oliver Widder:

Tech Comics: “The Next Big Thing”

Tech Comics: “Twitter and 140 Characters”

Tech Comics: “Why the iPhone has No Cut & Paste”

Tech Comics: “Making Money from Web 2.0”

Tech Comics: “Bill Gates in 2055”

Tech Comics: “The Internet Today”

Tech Comics: “Secure Browsing”

Tech Comics: “Windows to OS X”

Tech Comics: “Management Wants Web 2.0”

Tech Comics: “He’s a Java Guy”

Tech Comics: “One Year In an IT Project”

Tech Comics: “Sounds of Silence”

Tech Comics: “New Trends in Social Networking”

Tech Comics: “Tech Savvy Kids”

Tech Comics: “Offshoring”

Tech Comics: “Sun Buys MySQL”

Tech Comics: “One Day in the Life of a Geek”

Tech Comics: “Tech Terms Explained”

Tech Comics: “Too Busy for a Beer”

Tech Comics: “Too Busy for a Beer”

Tech Comics: “Getting Fired, Web 2.0 Style”

Tech Comics: “The Stepchild of Enterprise Software”

Tech Comics: “The Latest from Facebook”

Tech Comics: “There’s Hope for Email”

Tech Comics: “The Perils of Social Networking”

Tech Comics: “A Geek in Heaven”

Tech Comics: “Tech Consultant’s Handbook”

Tech Comics: “The Open Source Religion”

Tech Comics: “The Tech Staff Meeting”

Tech Comics: “Trying to Buy Two iPhones”

Tech Comics: “Protecting the iPhone”

Tech Comics: “Buying a Web 2.0 Company”

Tech Comics: Web 2.0: A Cartoon History

Tech Comics: “The Blogger’s Life”

Tech Comics: “Googles Makes an Acquisition”

Tech Comics: “One Year in an IT Project”

Tech Comics: “How to Rescue a Project”

Tech Comics: “One Day in the Life of a Perl Programmer”

Previous: “Geeks vs. MBAs” and “Sex Ed and Firewalls”

tech comics, funny tech terms

Previous: “Geeks vs. MBAs” and “Sex Ed and Firewalls”

The creator of the Geek and Poke cartoon series is Oliver Widder.

Previous tech cartoons by the talented Oliver Widder:

Tech Comics: “The Next Big Thing”

Tech Comics: “Twitter and 140 Characters”

Tech Comics: “Why the iPhone has No Cut & Paste”

Tech Comics: “Making Money from Web 2.0”

Tech Comics: “Bill Gates in 2055”

Tech Comics: “The Internet Today”

Tech Comics: “Secure Browsing”

Tech Comics: “Windows to OS X”

Tech Comics: “Management Wants Web 2.0”

Tech Comics: “He’s a Java Guy”

Tech Comics: “One Year In an IT Project”

Tech Comics: “Sounds of Silence”

Tech Comics: “New Trends in Social Networking”

Tech Comics: “Tech Savvy Kids”

Tech Comics: “Offshoring”

Tech Comics: “Sun Buys MySQL”

Tech Comics: “One Day in the Life of a Geek”

Tech Comics: “Tech Terms Explained”

Tech Comics: “Too Busy for a Beer”

Tech Comics: “Too Busy for a Beer”

Tech Comics: “Getting Fired, Web 2.0 Style”

Tech Comics: “The Stepchild of Enterprise Software”

Tech Comics: “The Latest from Facebook”

Tech Comics: “There’s Hope for Email”

Tech Comics: “The Perils of Social Networking”

Tech Comics: “A Geek in Heaven”

Tech Comics: “Tech Consultant’s Handbook”

Tech Comics: “The Open Source Religion”

Tech Comics: “The Tech Staff Meeting”

Tech Comics: “Trying to Buy Two iPhones”

Tech Comics: “Protecting the iPhone”

Tech Comics: “Buying a Web 2.0 Company”

Tech Comics: Web 2.0: A Cartoon History

Tech Comics: “The Blogger’s Life”

Tech Comics: “Googles Makes an Acquisition”

Tech Comics: “One Year in an IT Project”

Tech Comics: “How to Rescue a Project”

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