I’ve gotten to the point where I don’t fix typos right away; I’ve been emailing myself a list of things that need to be fixed. This bodes well for when the archives catch up to the present and I’ll have to start drawing comics again… >_>
Or in some cases faster! … But yes, usually it is slower.
The squid has no time for reflections.
Poor student teachers.
The other other side of the coin?
The other side of the coin…
Nope, definitely does not count. Unless she got a work visa or something.
(Spoiler alert: She didn’t. All vacation, all the time).
Reading these strip numbers that only have 0’s and 1’s reminds me of binary numbers. In the binary numbering system, this would only be comic number 7.
Yes, I did indeed have a “document imaging” internship over one summer. I had gotten the job through an internship community that would find tech-related jobs for minorities in the field, and I had wanted to stay closer to home so this job it was.
When they were first describing the job it sounded pretty interesting.
“We had a problem of converting these physical records into digital ones.”
“Oh? Did you need help writing some software?”
*shifty glances* “Nooo, that’s already written…”
“Oh, I see.”
“Yeah, we need someone to scan those documents into the system using the scanning software.”
“Oh. I see.“
It still paid like 12 dollars an hour and I got to go on a few tours of the facilities, so it wasn’t as much as a letdown as it could’ve been.