Coming Events: The First Week of 2014

Submitted by C B Wright on

The first week of 2014 will be 11 days long, because I'm talking about the first full week, which ends on Saturday, 11 January. That's right, I'm cheating. Happy New Year...

  • 1/1: Update to site template. Should resolve a few of the display issues. None of the big ones, unfortunately.
  • 1/6: The Points Between, Chapter 27. Seriously. No, seriously.
  • 1/6: Help Desk Resumes. With a new storyline, even.
  • 1/8: New Kernel Panic. Surprise!
  • 1/10: Curveball Issue 15. It was almost the last issue of 2013, but it's going to be the first issue of 2014 instead.

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Wow.  Thanks.  That's awesome

Wow.  Thanks.  That's awesome.

Do you have an estimate of eventual total chapters in The Points Between?

Grrrr, grumble grumble.

Grrrr, grumble grumble.

Grrrr, grumble grumble.

Grrrr, grumble grumble.

It looks like you're having

It looks like you're having issues with Mollom, Steven. Sorry about that. I've been trying to figure out why it's flagging legitimate comments as spam with more frequency, and I don't have an answer just yet.

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Umm I think you looked at the

Umm I think you looked at the wrong calender, January 10th is a Friday this year, Saturday is the 11th.

 

Whoops! Um, hold on a second.

Whoops! Um, hold on a second.

 

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There! Um, what are you

There! Um, what are you talking about Direwolf? I have no idea what you're referring to. ;-)

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Meanwhile, on the Comics page

Meanwhile, on the Comics page, there's a lonely gray panel that is captioned, "4 years 1 month ago" (emphasis in the original).  Just sayin' :)

:-)

:-)

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.