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Caught in the web?

UPDATE: Thank goodness your humble blogger is not quite at this stage and still has something that resembles a life, but for a laugh, check out 50 signs you’re a blogoholic by Jonathan Deamer, who also links to a list by Central Snark — both very funny ;)

Web worker desk jockey medley!

# 1 From Wellington Grey:

# 2. From Wellington Grey’s Miscellanea:

+ three more after the jump

#3. Previously posted, from one of my fav cartoonists ever, Andy Singer:


#4. Source unknown (this and the next one also previously posted)


#5. All of which would be worthwhile, if we could manage to enact this command:


6 comments on “Caught in the web?

  1. D. Peace
    11 June, 2007

    It’s like they looked into my life and made hilarious and highly-linkable internet cartoons out of it.

    So funny. So true. So sad.

  2. peoplesgeography
    11 June, 2007

    Thanks for coming by, D Peace, and you’ve a great writing style. My blog purpose and style are quite different but I enjoyed reading over at your blog. Here’s to some fresh air and breaking away from the web hive now and then, eh?

  3. grey
    11 June, 2007

    Thank you for using my image, but would you mind providing a link to either the page it came from (–this-modern-life.html) or the main site ( instead of just linking to the image directly?

    Thank you,


  4. peoplesgeography
    11 June, 2007

    Sure thing, Grey, fixed. Thanks for your superlative images.

  5. opit
    11 June, 2007

    I had to chuckle at your notion of ‘easing back on blogging’, Ann. Obviously the ‘toons are mirrors in which many of us recognize ourselves.

  6. peoplesgeography
    11 June, 2007

    :D Yes! I know, silly making those pronouncements. Its all to easy to blog for leisure and catharsis when much of your work is computer and web-based. Thanks for the comment, John.

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This entry was posted on 11 June, 2007 by in Blogosphere, Cartoonists, Gender, Humor, Humour, ICT, Images, Satire, Work.

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