Well, you have now witnessed all the comics I made per today. More might come at a later point, in which case I will post them as they are produced. I previously noted a dataloss, that affected the comics somehow. Two comics were deleted by accident, and I couldn’t recover them. One of them, joking about the new G5 water cooling system, was re-drawn, and published yesterday. The other I scrapped. I must admit my first G5-joke was slightly better drawn, which is a pity, but done is done.

So, what have you missed? Which comics didn’t make it?

– “M: All Things Microsoft”
A take on the D: All Things Digital conference, where Steve boldly stated that iTunes/iPod would not see WMA-support until the format got a 50% market share (something we all know isn’t gonna happen). The comic presented Steve Ballmer on-stage, and a guy among the audience asked when Explorer would support proper CSS. To which Ballmer replied “we have no plans to support proper CSS until Safari gains a 50% market share”.

– “iPod luring switchers”
During an interview, Steve explained the iPod was no longer luring Windows users to the Mac. The comic took it one step further, where Steve admits now it’s the iTMS that lures the switchers. Which of course is not true either, since both iTunes/iTMS/iPod are completely cross platform.

– “AOL keyword: Mac Geniuses”
This one might be the lamest, or perhaps the most genius (pun intended) of all the comics that didn’t make it. It was simply a computer screen with something that should resemble a QuickTime player window, and where the text was “AOL keyword: Mac Geniuses” – an idea I got after watching a Harry Potter trailer. When is AOL ever going to realize that the WEB is here to stay? That URLs are actually not that bad. Geez.



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