Remember my two posts (post one, post two) about new web developer jokes? Well, I just hired an illustrator to turn these jokes into cartoons. She did such an awesome job that I realized it would be fantastic to turn these cartoons into a new web comic about web developers, web designers, web programmers, and browsers. So I did. I just launched comic.browserling.com!

Here are the first three cartoons. I'll be adding one or two new cartoons every week. If you like these cartoons, please subscribe to updates and follow me and @browserling on Twitter!

A web developer left a restaurant before ordering because he hated the menus. They were foldouts and he prefers dropdowns.
Restaurant

What did Times New Roman say to Comic Sans?... I hate your type!
Comic Sans

My grandma never got to experience the Internet. Not because she's old, but because she used Internet Explorer.
Grandma

I've added social features such as sharing cartoons on Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook quickly. You can also email cartoons to your friend without leaving the website and you can download the cartoons with one click.

All cartoons are licensed under the CC BY-NC license. You can share, remix, transform, copy, link to, redistribute cartoons and jokes but you can't sell them.

This blog post is a repost of Announcing a new webdev comic series on Browserling's cross-browser testing blog.

Comments

September 29, 2015, 13:11

No RSS? :(

September 29, 2015, 20:43

Chris, thanks for the suggestion. I didn't yet get to adding RSS. Doing that right now!

Visit https://lol.browserling.com/rss.xml in 1 hour. :)

September 29, 2015, 21:09

It's been implemented! It's a quick hack. Try it out and let me know how it works: https://lol.browserling.com/rss.xml

October 28, 2015, 23:46

Now also Atom feed available!

https://lol.browserling.com/atom.xml

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