The Recession Bear Website
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  In an effort to maximize learning efficiency, I thought I would designate my cartooning time and combine it with my web development class. It yielded the “recession bear” web site. I’ve gotten much better at HTML and CSS because … Read More

Using the Waze App in Los Angeles
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I am so sick of driving across LA. I can’t tell if Waze is making it better or worse. I saw a friend recently who mentioned watching one of my timelapse videos. That prompted me to record my work on … Read More

The Analytics of Fathering a 10 month old
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  My increased interest in writing software has sparked an increased interest in data visualization. It took me a while to make time, but I gave myself the pleasure of consuming David McCandless’ book “Knowledge is Beautiful.” I highly recommend taking … Read More

Can you say “Daddy?”
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  Unbelievably slammed this week. I really wish I had more time to have cleaned this one up, especially since it is a pretty real moment that happened between me and the kid. I do like the way Griffyn seems … Read More

Driving Cross Town Existentialism
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  After a pretty nice pop from last week’s comic, I agonized over whether I should do another comic about my family (or Griff.) In addition to my attempts to stop worrying about jokes, I’m also attempting not to write what … Read More

Day at the Beach
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  It’s interesting how the things can change so much during the making of a comic. This started as a joke about sunblock. After a day at the beach, Lisa commented that I was sun burnt. I thought it was funny that, … Read More

Symphony of the Smart Phone, in C minor.
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  It might help if you listened to classical music while reading this. Preferably something in C minor, or else the whole thing would be off. Ironically, I draw comics in a vertical format with the understanding (that increasingly) the majority … Read More

The time I took Noam Chomsky to the Dodgers
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A few weeks ago Lisa and I had a Saturday night free, and we decided to watch a documentary called “Requiem for the American Dream” featuring Noam Chomsky. If anyone is at all familiar with his work (outside his linguistics … Read More

The pressure to tell a joke
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  This is the fist comic in a new Nyetoon experiment. Hopefully, it is one that will keep me making them. When I look back at all of the reasons why I fall off of doing a weekly comic, I … Read More

The Science Guy
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This happens to me a little too much – so it warranted a comic. Believe it or not, more to come! Look at me – making a Nyetoon buffer!  

Back to Work after Baby
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  I am redoing my Nyetoon pipeline. In order to focus on the system development and not the content, I thought I would rework some old comics that I liked. Redoing these gives me the chance to work out the … Read More

Drawing Comics on Paper
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Really enjoying being on paper instead of at the computer. Have a few more to spit out. Thanks for reading! -Nye    

SuperNova
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  This is one of my favorite jokes from the Sanity Index comics that I wrote in 2011 when I was super super depressed. These little dudes crack me up, even if know one else understands. thanks dudes -nye  

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