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    • A preppie kid labelled Facebook, a punk labelled MySpace, and a kid in a suit with a cell phone labelled LinkedIn
    • Facilitator: We're brainstorming here, and there are no dumb ideas. But if we weren't brainstorming, that would have been a really, really dumb idea.
    • (two women talking) He's the kind of guy you'd like as a Facebook friend, but not as a friend friend
    • (couple gazing at a magnificent sunset from a tall cliff) I see this, and it fills me with hope that there's some way to monetize it.
    • (teams of developers, facing off) Browser War Re-enactors
    • (man talking to woman at bar) That status line was a long time ago. I'm a different person now.
    • (woman at computer, to three people behind her) Good news: our site is now full compliant with accessibility standards. So the visually-impaired can hate it as much as everyone else does.
    • (woman to man at bar who is using mobile phone) What are you doing..? Omigod! You're checking out my LinkedIn profile, aren't you?!
    • (woman in bed with penguin, to angry husband) Oh, come one. You must have suspected SOMETHING when I switched to Linux.
    • (woman at door, to candidate) Look, I'm sorry - there's just no way I can vote for a candidate who'd use Comic Sans as body type.
    • (man holding woman's hand) I'm so glad you agreed to meet in person. There are some things that just can't be said in 140 characters.
    • (woman looking at computer while partner sneaks out the door, carrying luggage) Heh... check out this Facebook bug. It just changed my relationship status to 'single'.
    • (woman in bed to man) I'm glad you enjoyed that. People who liked that technique also enjoyed these other sexual techniques...
    • (man using mobile phone in hospital, to partner who is in labor) Check it out, honey! Twitter 'replies' now include 'mentions'!
    • (woman using laptop, to man) I can't talk to you right now. I'm catching up on your tweets.
    • (woman to man in bed) The following may be recorded for quality assurance purposes.
    • (man to woman) I don't think I really understood the digital divide until you got a faster computer than mine.
    • (concerned man to woman) Whoa! That post is going to get you kicked out of social media!
    • (prosecutor to accused) To quote further from people’s exhibit A, your Twitter feed, “@holdupguy I’m in the getaway vehicle with the money and hostages. Where RU?”
    • The jury's decision is unanimous: 'We want more comfortable stools.'Series of ribbons, one of which reads 'I wandered in here by mistake and now I'm paralyzed by fear.'
    • (one person attacked by a monster, to another person) Remind me - which bucket does this kind of situation belong in?
    • My sketchbook for the flight to BlogWorld in Las Vegas
    • Book cover: The Networked Nonprofit
    • Disgruntled actor: Gracious, shmacious. I'm damned if I'm going to applaud when I've been beaten for best actor by an Xtranormal character.
    • (a passenger deliberately bores her seatmate with stories of a frustrating executive director, to prevent him from boring her with stories about his grandkids)
    • Alternate version of cartoon with @biz
    • (two people about to bury a body) This is the last time. After this, we're even for the time you lent me that dongle I needed for my presentation.
    • Steve Jobs' black turtleneck hangs next to Gretzky's hockey sweater
    • (flying lizards eat a fleeing populace. One person tells another) So far, the new normal sucks.
    • (frustrated laptop user) Well, that was a total waste. I just thought of an idea that's too long for Twitter, too short for Google+ and too smart for Facebook
    • (Terminator robots hunt for two people in a post-apocalyptic future - one of them tells the other) Oh, that reminds me - Happy Cyber Monday.
    • (man on talk show tells host) I got famous the same way everyone else does these days: my Reddit IAmA got turned into a blockbuster summer movie.
    • Woman has dumped drink on man's head. Man's friend says 'I'd say the key metric here is your bounce rate.'
    • (woman looks at smartphone while coworker assembles odd little devices) Our days as anonymous builders of reality distortion field emitters may be over.
    • Notes from a session on digital activism
    • (cave person) Sure, me think fire is cool. But me worry about its impact on our brains.
    • (TV news anchor) I've just been handed some breaking news... or to those of you on Twitter, 'that thing we've already been talking about for days.'
    • (one scientist to another) Okay, yes. With the benefit of hindsight, it's a lot more likely you said
    • (man on date) I'll have you know I'm plenty empathetic. I've seen every Khan Academy video on human emotion. Twice.
    • A cartoon essay supporting the iPad (and stylus) as a drawing tool
    • (Doctor to patient whose nose has impaled an iPad) No need to be embarrassed. We see a lot of using-a-tablet-on-the-treadmill injuries these days.
    • Spock does a victory dance when his algorithm beats Kirk's gut feeling to win an election pool
    • The risks of hanging your graphs 90º off-kilter.
    • woman hefting cat in the air and kissing it for increasing her non-profit's CTR and fundraising results
    • Parent to kids: Classic Plus-level children will come to dinner now. Prestige Super Medallion and Executive Diamond-level children may have another five minutes of TV.
    • One troll looks over another's shoulder at a mobile device and says "Pick that! It looks nasty." Caption: New theory - there must be an app that tells trolls where the latest online crap-storm is happening, so they can pile on.
    • Two secret agents outside Google Headquarters: 'It's a quick in-and-out: I'll create a diversion, you rescue Google Reader, and we'll rendezvous at GitHub.'
    • Twitter scientist: At last - I've invented the carriage return!
    • (child holding a stuffed bear) No hidden nanny camera, no voice synthesizer - in what way is this a teddy bear?
    • Uncharitable
    • Boss to two employees: Dammit, people - this Prism thing's all over the news, and I'll bet we don't even have a marketing presence there.
    • Work Smarter with LinkedIn pinnable graphic
    • A couple has dinner while a giant eyeball stares at them from outside. One of the couple tells the other, 'Relax - it can only see metadata.'