If you often find yourself waiting with bated breath for a time traveler to appear in your midst, and give you the secret to the time-space continuum, we’ve got just the thing for you: a Craigslist ad
Because all time travelers must be seeking out friends somewhere, right?
This Doghouse Diaries comic describes the best way to address time travelers so you don’t spook them. And remember, you really have to emphasize your ability to…
Much like the human body, Thanksgiving dinner has a particular anatomy that just makes it work
In this comic, comedian Steve Adams dissects the foods of this Turkey-happy holiday, breaking down the function of each part.
Clearly, cranberry sauce is like the spleen of a body — nonessential and wouldn’t be missed
BONUS: 7 Cocktails Inspired by Thanksgiving Dinner
Comic illustration courtesy of Steve Adams. Published with permission;…
For those who don’t hold occupations in the world of information technology, job titles like “site reliability engineer” might as well read “professor of transfiguration at Hogwarts.” Basically, IT job titles often sound complicated and made up
But for people within the industry, those jobs are important and distinctive — just ask them to explain.
In this comic, Manu Cornet of Bonkers World illustrates how different employees within the IT industry view…
A NASA spacecraft will zoom by Earth Wednesday to use the planet’s gravitational pull as a speed boost for its trip to Jupiter and you can see live views of the probe live online during the flyby.
NASA’s Juno probe will be a mere 347 miles from Earth and over South Africa when it makes its closest approach at 3:21 p.m. EDT. Later tonight, at 9:30 p.m. EDT, the online Slooh Space Camera will track the Juno spacecraft’s Earth flyby live in a free webcast.
You can watch the Juno flyby webcast…
While furloughed employees may seem to be getting the brunt of the government shutdown, our neighbors to the north are also feeling the backlash — and by north, we mean waaay north
In this comic, artist Nick Seluk from The Awkward Yeti imagines that our favorite space-dwellers are wondering what’s up with all the empty tourist spots in Washington, D.C
Somewhere inside you lies the ability to achieve true, unrivaled greatness. You just can’t tell, because something much bigger and stronger is dragging you (and everyone else since the dawn of mankind) down
This Doghouse Diaries comic illustrates how much we could all accomplish if we dropped that old ball and chain called procrastination
So what are you waiting for? Go forth and be awesome
Happy Autumnal Equinox, folks! For many of us, that means it’s finally time to put on a cozy sweater, and head to the orchard for apple-picking
But not everyone rejoices when the weather gets cooler, days get shorter and leaves start to fall.
In this comic, Mashable Editor-in-Chief Lance Ulanoff points out who really gets the short end of the stick when it comes to the seasons changing
Homepage image: Flickr, Ian Muttoo. Comic illustration…
Navigating the depths of Silicon Valley requires a guide.
So how do you distinguish the tech wizards from the social networking geniuses? We have the ultimate handbook to differentiating people in the land of Google, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft
In this comic, Manu Cornet from Bonkers World explains how to recognize employees of the four major Silicon Valley companies in just a cursory glance
Comic illustration courtesy of Bonkers World. Published with…
Two Russian cosmonauts living on the International Space Station are taking their second spacewalk in less than a week Thursday, and you can watch the action live online.
Cosmonauts Fyodor Yurchikhin and Alexander Misurkin will spend six hours working outside the space station to install move experiments and install new gear. The excursion comes six days after a Aug. 16 spacewalk by the cosmonauts that lasted nearly seven and a half hours and set a new record for the longest Russian…
OK, everyone, let’s get this straight: You cannot refer to short people as “pint-sized,” “mini” or “elf-like.”
In addition to the terrible nicknames, short folks often get the short end of the stick when it comes to basketball team selections or getting mistaken for children. But aside from that, short people have it pretty good in life
In this comic from Doghouse Diaries, we learn the best and worst parts of being short (also known as “fun sized” or…