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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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3/2/2018 | 4:25:06 AM
js16
"This is why we don't use tabs, Greg. This is why."
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3/2/2018 | 4:22:36 AM
js15
"The server's down."
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3/1/2018 | 4:37:16 PM
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She just went out for pizza.
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3/1/2018 | 4:35:59 PM
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WOW! Too much blockchain!
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3/1/2018 | 4:32:56 PM
js14
"They take downsizing very seriously here."
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3/1/2018 | 4:32:00 PM
js13
"Why do we need the crater on-prem, again?"
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3/1/2018 | 3:31:59 PM
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The marketing department is mining for the blockchain again
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3/1/2018 | 3:28:51 PM
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Determined to strike bitcoin before lunch
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3/1/2018 | 3:26:49 PM
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Hard at work for that piece on bitcoin mining
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Sudden Missile falls on Syria. :(
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