I love Websnark because Eric write this type of post, as much or more than I love his posts on webcomics.
Note 1: if you’ve registered and you’re a frequent commenter and you’ve noticed that your avatar isn’t working anymore, it’s because I switched from a cumbersome and annoying avatar system to the gravatars built into WordPress’s core. (Note: your old avatar will still work if I switch back to an old template… at least until I nuke all the old templates.)
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(We’re taking avatars rated R and under if I remember correctly, so make sure to rate your image appropriately.)
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Note 3: I hate laundry.
Note 4: The avatar isn’t the only change on the site that hasn’t been completed yet, but I’m not tipping my hand to the rest yet.
Note 5: the key lime pie cheesecake was delicious.
Note 6: Congratulations to Eric and Wednesday Burns-White on their successful knot-tying!
Note 7: I have too many clothes.
There’s the dryer buzzer, off I go.
Websnark: Submitted Without Comment: The Most Important Post I Will Ever Make deserves a read, both for the excellent comment and the excellent news. Congratulations!
Eric Burns is posting on Websnark for the new year — on a more regular basis. Welcome Back, Mr. Burns, we missed you.
Being the webcomic geek I am, I enjoyed Wil Wheaton commenting on a Toothpaste for Dinner comic. It left me curious, though, because it’s written in a very Websnark-esque “submitted without comment” style. Does Wil read Eric? (That would rock.) Or is this just a web trope I didn’t come upon until Websnark and I assume it’s Eric’s?
Plus, now I get to read the archives for Toothpaste for Dinner
Well, I’ve spent the past few days working with Aric Campling of H.O.S.E.R.S to ressurect the Online Comics Day website. I’m really thrilled that Aric and David and Howard and all the others involved let me participate – and I’m thrilled that we get to continue the tradition. Registration could open as early as tomorrow, so if you are a comic creator (or know one) please stop on by!
Now I just need to draw my comic for the event. Heh, how silly would that be, me not having a comic for it?
Captured these pictures via Websnark.