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1/12/2019
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John Klossner
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John Klossner has been drawing technology cartoons for more than 15 years. His work regularly appears in Computerworld and Federal Computer Week. His illustrations and cartoons have also been published in The New Yorker, Barron's, and The Wall Street Journal. Web site: ... View Full Bio

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Joe Stanganelli
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1/18/2019 | 3:49:17 AM
js07
"I don't mind him using my phone. I mind that he's able to unlock it with FaceID."
clyles
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clyles,
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1/17/2019 | 2:09:12 PM
A dog's Life
If we had kniown they would grow up ignoring us like this, we could have had children.
cdunn355
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cdunn355,
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1/17/2019 | 12:12:02 PM
I remember when...
I remember when we were trying to teach him to speak. Now, thanks to Star Trek, we have the universal translator!
srogers57001
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1/17/2019 | 10:23:23 AM
Caption
I remember when butt-sniffing didn't require MFA.
Len Sebesta
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Len Sebesta,
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1/16/2019 | 1:59:44 PM
Party like it's 1993
On the SS7 network, nobody knows you're a dog.
jpitz31
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1/16/2019 | 1:28:36 PM
New Caption
"It appears they are all using the new app called 'Cats near me'"
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PanamaVet,
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1/16/2019 | 9:00:59 AM
This dog can hunt
He qualified for Elite Singles mining bitcoin on public WiFi...
andy.ramsdale
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andy.ramsdale,
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1/16/2019 | 7:01:42 AM
Dog's Life
The dog 'n' bone has come a long way since I was a lad
andy.ramsdale
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andy.ramsdale,
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1/16/2019 | 6:59:14 AM
A Dog's Life
Mine's not so smart, he just has a basic walkie talkie
Joe Stanganelli
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1/15/2019 | 4:15:14 PM
js06
"I don't bother with plastic bags anymore. We just hail a Poober."
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