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Jeanne Boyarsky
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geekandpoke.typepad.com - not really a favorite as a learned about it today, but looks cute


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Dresden Codak, your one-stop shop for information about the Singularity;

Hark, A Vagrant, which is usually about history but right now is about Batman,

Dinosaur Comics, which is often about epistemology, other philosophy or linguistics.

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Not a tech cartoon, but DM of the Rings is awesome if you have ever played paper-and-pencil RPGs.

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Stephan van Hulst

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Besides some of the comics mentioned here, I like this one:

Surviving the World

Not really a comic, but still good.

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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:
Dinosaur Comics, which is often about epistemology, other philosophy or linguistics.

This is awesome

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