SPX announced internationl guests: Hanselmann, Frémok, Franz

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SPX announced internationl guests: Hanselmann, Frémok, Franzhttp://ift.tt/1oRVaTf Tweet SPX just got more awesome with the announcement of the slate of international guests from Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Iran, Colombia and more. Previously announced guests include BRandon Graham, Emily Carroll, and more more more. This is gonna be so great. Save money now! This year marks […]

The Retailer’s View: Greed, Avarice, Power, and Responsibility

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The Retailer’s View: Greed, Avarice, Power, and Responsibilityhttp://ift.tt/1t3nvGb Tweet The first superhero comic I paid for with my own money was Sensational Spider-Man #0. It arrived at the pharmacy my mom worked at one cold December before school had let out for winter break. In those days, I would walk to my parent’s work after […]

Study: we learn better with paper than screens

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Study: we learn better with paper than screenshttp://ift.tt/1uSMLiL Tweet I’ve written about these kinds of studies before, but here’s the latest one. Norwegian 10th graders were shown to retain information better when they read it on paper than when they read it on a computer. The results clearly demonstrated that those who had read on […]

Webcomic alert: Breaking Cat News

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Webcomic alert: Breaking Cat Newshttp://ift.tt/1sG0zz4 Tweet Because we all need a laugh and because the internet was made for cats: BREAKING CAT NEWS by Georgia Dunn. 
I really have to restrict myself to posting only two of these. This is my favorite kind of humor where one element is satirized in the form of another. […]

SPX announces international guests: Hanselmann, Frémok, Franz

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SPX just got more awesome with the announcement of the slate of international guests from Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Iran, Colombia and more. Previously announced guests include BRandon Graham, Emily Carroll, and more more more. This is gonna be so great. Save money now!

The Retailer’s View: Greed, Avarice, Power, and Responsibility

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The first superhero comic I paid for with my own money was Sensational Spider-Man #0. It arrived at the pharmacy my mom worked at one cold December before school had let out for winter break. In those days, I would walk to my parent’s work after school and sit in the back reading comics until […]

Study: we learn better with paper than screens

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I’ve written about these kinds of studies before, but here’s the latest one. Norwegian 10th graders were shown to retain information better when they read it on paper than when they read it on a computer. The results clearly demonstrated that those who had read on computer screens had understood less than those who read […]

Webcomic alert: Breaking Cat News

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Because we all need a laugh and because the internet was made for cats: BREAKING CAT NEWS by Georgia Dunn. 
I really have to restrict myself to posting only two of these. This is my favorite kind of humor where one element is satirized in the form of another. Or simpler: News tropes + cat […]

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 8/14/14: links about things we were linking about before

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§ Illustrators and cartoonists salute Robin Williams in a gallery at Vice. Above by Zack Soto. § Actually, I didn’t cover this before, but Tom Spurgeon explains how cartoonists Ruben Bolling and Adam Koford were initially denied pro passes at NYCC, but now it’s all good. I haven’t been covering all the NYCC ticket stuff, […]