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Societal Assessment by Comic Strip

Author: Mark Dixon
Friday, May 9, 2008
9:30 pm

It’s late on a Friday night. I’m babysitting my granddaughter, reading the newspaper and perusing the web. A few comic strips I read today provide a bit of wry commentary on the state of things in our always-high-tech and often-maddening world.

First, a perceptive Dilbert has a calloused, but dangerously accurate view of market projections …

Both Louann and Gunther are searching for their personal identities …

Rat longs for the old, disconnected, but somehow simpler life …

And big media can’t quite let go of the old while it clamors for the new …

If you can’t read the sign, it says “Today in the Times: Print media isn’t dead! Go to our website for the whole story.

Call it “Societal Assessment by Comic Strip. A new professional-sounding name for my comic strip addiction.

And have a great weekend! More good comics in the morning.

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