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08 Apr 14:51

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - The POLICE


Hovertext: Anyone who doesn't like this comic for any reason is officially part of the COMIC POLICE.

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10 Apr 15:10

Natural Causes

10 Apr 14:04

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Intervention


Hovertext: Breaking News: Hastily drawn single panel cartoon overturns four generations of international policy.

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 Hey geeks! If you want to help support GX4, there are just a few days left for their kicstarter!

11 Apr 01:00

How to Pick a Code Phrase

by Scott Meyer

If you don’t know the song, the last panel must make it look as if I’ve lost my mind.

Panel three references an old saying, “The ox is slow, but the earth is patient.” I believed it to be an ancient Buddhist proverb. Doing a little (very little) internet research leads me to believe it may have been written for the Tom Selleck movie High Road to China. Makes me feel better about having misremembered it as referring to multiple oxen instead of one ox, and for the fact that I originally read it in a Batman comic.


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10 Apr 16:45

advertising metrics

by tomfishburne

Measuring Eyeballs cartoon

When I worked in web marketing in the late nineties, everyone was focused on “eyeballs” (basically counting impressions) and clicks. Ad inventory was sold on a CPM model. Not much has changed. Eyeballs are still commonly cited as the measurable end result of a campaign.

But at the end of the day, impressions don’t buy. Real people do.

Many of the digital ad metrics marketers use are a poor proxy for what people actually buy. Even setting aside all of the problems with ad fraud and viewability, impressions provide a limited picture. Marketers have been left to cobble together a pretty sloppy story connecting digital ad impressions to business results.

As data-driven marketing continues to mature, there’s an interesting evolution in which metrics are measured. And a shift from eyeballs to business outcomes. Companies like Datalogix are starting to measure the impact of online campaigns on real-world sales data. Facebook has started to offer conversion lift measurement.

But it’s still early days. I’d love to hear your thoughts on what ad metrics matter and how to measure them.

11 Apr 00:00

Brain Upload

I just spent 20 minutes deciding whether to start an email with 'Hi' or 'Hey', so I think it transferred correctly.
11 Apr 18:31


by ricardo coimbra
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11 Apr 15:15

Anésia # 277

by Will Tirando

Anésia filha médico doutor consultório geriatria idade problemas velha gagá sós

24 Mar 12:43


by Laerte Coutinho

24 Mar 15:08

Dilema do (ainda não) prisioneiro

by Will Tirando

macacos segredo delação prisão dilema do prisioneiro cadeia banana metáfora gangorra balanço política políticos

24 Mar 06:38

Comic for March 24, 2016

by Scott Adams
23 Mar 20:30


23 Mar 19:55

The Package

by Reza


23 Mar 01:04

Time Travel Trouble

by itsthetie

childhood trauma


The post Time Travel Trouble appeared first on It's The Tie!.

22 Mar 20:30


22 Mar 14:29

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Quantum Computer


Hovertext: Maybe this is what those Quantum Wellness people are talking about.

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22 Mar 05:00

Comic for 2016.03.22

by Dave McElfatrick
22 Mar 07:01


by Doug
21 Mar 19:07


by Reza


21 Mar 15:02

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Motivation


Hovertext: Get PUMPED so you don't DESCEND into an abyss of DESPAIR!

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Note the little clicky below each comic. Yes indeedy, every single SMBC is now available as a custom print :) 

21 Mar 00:00

Estimating Time

Corollary to Hofstadter's Law: Every minute you spend thinking about Hofstadter's Law is a minute you're NOT WORKING AND WILL NEVER FINISH! PAAAAAANIIIIIIC!
20 Mar 12:59


by Laerte Coutinho

20 Mar 07:12

Comic for March 20, 2016

by Scott Adams
20 Mar 00:56


by Lunarbaboon

19 Mar 05:00

Comic for 2016.03.19

by Dave McElfatrick
18 Mar 00:00


I looked up "insanity" in like 10 different dictionaries and none of them said anything like that. Neither did the DSM-4. But I'll keep looking. Maybe it's in the DSM-5!
18 Mar 05:00

Comic for 2016.03.18

by Kris Wilson
17 Mar 17:37



17 Mar 15:07

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Euler's Identity


Hovertext: The highest utility of mathematics is ruining everything for everyone.

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16 Mar 05:00

Comic for 2016.03.16

by Zach Weinersmith
Adam Victor Brandizzi

O último sobre crianças é bem pertinente.