Adblockers, Javascript Switch-Off-ers – What You’re Missing Out on

A while ago, a thread came up at the Webcomic List forum about how to deal with people using ad blockers. ‘Cause, you know, a lot of webcomics sites are financed by ads, and it’s kind of important to get you guys to see them. There were two major groups … Continue

Twitter, Facebook, And Now That Google+ Thing – My Social Profile

If you watched this site progress over that last half-year, you’ve noticed I’ve been adding some social network links. The latest addition was Google’s +1 button at the bottom of each post, along with the Facebook and the Twitter button. You can use these buttons as well as the Flattr … Continue

All This Flattry Will Get You … What, exactly?

I’ve been a guest at the Webcomic Beacon the other day. (If you don’t know that podcast, check it out. I’ll wait. It can’t take you much more than 250 hours to get through all of the back episodes.) Not about my favorite topic, which is me, or more to … Continue

Page Formats: The Pros and Other Pros of the ‘Traditional’ Look

Since Warren Ellis just brought up the topic at Whitechapel, and I’ve already given my two cents’ worth over there, here’s a little write-up on why I’ve chosen to present most of my comics the way I’m presenting them: Upright. Like a regular comics page. This discussion comes up a … Continue