Just remembered some stuff that I was supposed to post at some point.
First off, in the "really, really creepy" category, GenPets.
Second, during our discussion of webcomics Tuesday I was asked to post a list of comics I read. I'm admittedly too lazy to compile the full list (which may be anywhere from 70 to 100, including finished and hiatused comics), so here's a non-comprehensive list of the comics I really like.
- Anywhere but Here - A story about everything going wrong.
- Dresden Codak - I'm really not sure what to say about this, other than it is awesome. Watch out for physics, philosophy, and doppelgangers.
- Get Medieval - Aliens and medieval royalty. What's not to love? Finished; currently running reruns with commentary.
- Girl Genius - Steampunk/Gas lamp fantasy with plenty of mad science
- Irregular Webcomic - It's something like five LEGO webcomics in one. Chronically underrated.
- Megatokyo - Two American Gamers in Japan. One of the biggest webcomics in the history of ever.
- Minus - Magical Whimsy with a dash of dark humor.
- Narbonic - One of the best mad science webcomics ever. Completed, but currently in Director's Cut reruns.
- Order of the Stick - D&D jokes, stick figures, evil lichs, and puppet gods! Erfworld is pretty good too.
- Questionable Content - Indie Rock in webcomic form
- Sam and Fuzzy - A taxi driver and a psychotic teddy bear take on a Ninja Mafia and evil record executive.
- Schlock Mercenary - Semi-hard science fiction by the most professional webcomicker I know of.
- Skin Horse - By the creator of Narbonic, a story of a secret government agency dealing with mad science.
- xkcd - THE geek webcomic. Period.
Oh! And I noticed that eMusic now has the Radiohead "In Rainbows" album, which they originally sold by putting up for download and letting people decide how much to pay for it. Now I can stop feeling guilty for never getting around to buying it. :)
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- Current Music:Radiohead