Tuesday, January 23, 2007


cartoon from www.weblogcartoons.com
Cartoon by Dave Walker. Find more cartoons you can freely re-use on your blog at We Blog Cartoons. H/T Andrew.

In other news, Michael Jensen shares his wisdom about blogging. I disagree with #1, of course; the selection and referencing of quotes is a useful and constructive task.


Mandy said...


But sureley it is all still meant to be overwhelming on day 3 :)

Anonymous said...


Just printed it and put it on my wall.

Now....What can I do to avoid doing work? ....hmmm....

Anonymous said...

Love it ... and just used the last 10 minutes enjoying the free gift of time (the sanctification of procrastanation :-)) to follow the link at the bottom of the cartoon. What a cack! Thanks Byron.

michael jensen said...

I think you misunderstand: I am opposed to quotes WITHOUT COMMENT.

Quote for your life: but tell me why!

I ordinarily skip posts that are just quotes.

byron smith said...

MPJ - no, I understand. I just disagree. Don't read quotes if you don't want to, but I'll happily keep posting them and pretending that I'm blogging. Sometimes I might bother to say why I'm quoting; sometimes the quote is enough.