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xkcd[not an acronym] (webcomic)
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For the past few years, he has asked fans of xkcd to submit these so-called "absurd hypothetical questions" through the website.
The webcomics revolution first hit the humor strip--think xkcd or Allie Brosch's Hyperbole and a Half--but it has opened up to embrace longer narrative as well.
You'll also find a helpful visual depiction of the various exposures at xkcd.
Well you needn't any more, after you've paid a visit to xkcd.
The popular comics site xkcd has strips critical of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA) (64) style-and-content protection but also a nerdily idyllic picture of a stick figure reclining under a tree and saying, "Sometimes I just can't get indignant about copyright law.
He also runs the social enterprise Breadpig, which publishes popular web comic books like xkcd and Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, and donates its profits to worthy causes.