Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Tech Comics: The Next Bond

Tech Comics: “How to Get More Data Storage Space”

 

Next Cartoon: “The Next Bond”

tech comics, funny tech terms

Next Cartoon: “The Next Bond”

 

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

Previous tech cartoons by the talented Oliver Widder:

Tech Comics: “Where’s My Phone?”

Tech Comics: “Important Tech Concepts”

Tech Comics: “Don’t Worry (It’s Just a Geek)”

Tech Comics: The Cold War

Tech Comics: “Tech Job Interview”

Tech Comics: “Computers in the Good Ol’ Days”

Tech Comics: “The Facebook Effect”

Tech Comics: “Initial Testing”

Tech Comics: “Quantum Physics”

Tech Comics: “Spam Folder”

Tech Comics: “Java Developers”

Tech Comics: “Windows 8”

Tech Comics: “Teaching Object Orientation”

Tech Comics: “Bring Your Own Device”

Tech Comics: “Message Box”

Tech Comics: “Pavlov”

Tech Comics: High Availablity Computing”

Tech Comics: “In the Computer Museum”

Tech Comics: “DIY”

Tech Comics: “The Freemium”

Tech Comics: “Before 3G Wireless”

Tech Comics “The Smartphone Reflex”

Tech Comics: “The New Developer”

Tech Comics: “The Apple Family”

Tech Comics: “Microsoft Office”

Tech Comics: “Software Code Review”

Tech Comics: “Old Geeks”

Tech Comics: “Zeno’s Paradox”

Tech Comics: “The Internet of Things”

Tech Comics: “(Romantic) Decoupling”

Tech Comics: “The Next Bond”

 

Next Cartoon: “How to Get More Data Storage Space”

tech comics, funny tech terms

Next Cartoon: “How to Get More Data Storage Space”

 

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

Previous tech cartoons by the talented Oliver Widder:

Tech Comics: “Where’s My Phone?”

Tech Comics: “Important Tech Concepts”

Tech Comics: “Don’t Worry (It’s Just a Geek)”

Tech Comics: The Cold War

Tech Comics: “Tech Job Interview”

Tech Comics: “Computers in the Good Ol’ Days”

Tech Comics: “The Facebook Effect”

Tech Comics: “Initial Testing”

Tech Comics: “Quantum Physics”

Tech Comics: “Spam Folder”

Tech Comics: “Java Developers”

Tech Comics: “Windows 8”

Tech Comics: “Teaching Object Orientation”

Tech Comics: “Bring Your Own Device”

Tech Comics: “Message Box”

Tech Comics: “Pavlov”

Tech Comics: High Availablity Computing”

Tech Comics: “In the Computer Museum”

Tech Comics: “DIY”

Tech Comics: “The Freemium”

Tech Comics: “Before 3G Wireless”

Tech Comics “The Smartphone Reflex”

Tech Comics: “The New Developer”

Tech Comics: “The Apple Family”

Tech Comics: “Microsoft Office”

Tech Comics: “Software Code Review”

Tech Comics: “Old Geeks”

Tech Comics: “Zeno’s Paradox”

Tech Comics: “The Internet of Things”

Tech Comics: “(Romantic) Decoupling”

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