Unity: 204. No surprises (2009/10/02)

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Unity: 205. Blue period (2009/10/05)

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Unity: 206. Consequences (2009/10/07)

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Unity: 207. Respite, fleeting (2009/10/09)

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Random: Let's Make A Deal (2009/10/10)

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Unity: 208. Solidarity (2009/10/12)

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Unity: 209. Rendezvous with Mama (2009/10/14)

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Unity: 210. Specialization is not just for insects (2009/10/16)

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Journal: 2009/10/17: A Night at the Museum (2009/10/19)

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The above is pretty much exactly what happened on Saturday night; the other two are of course Shaenon Garrity and Jesse Reklaw. I had looked Jesse up on Google Image Search on my phone in the hope that it might help but it didn't. So it was slightly embarrassing when a few minutes later I was showing him something on my phone and the first thing that came on screen was a picture of him.

Unity: 211. Lost in translation (2009/10/21)

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Unity: 212. Send in the clones (2009/10/23)

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Unity: 213. Translation (2009/10/26)

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Unity: 214. Aftermath (2009/10/28)

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Unity: 215. A trying affair (2009/10/30)

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News

2009/10/30: On the other hand...

My copy of the latest Ratchet and Clank game finally arrived and I've been itching to play it. Knowing how the previous one went, I am not likely to get anything else done this weekend, including comics.

2009/10/30: I love to be wrong

Not only did all three updates happen last week, they happened every week this month, and there was also a bonus "random" and a sketchbook on top of that. That's pretty rare for me, so I'm pleased about it.

2009/10/19: Probably fewer updates this week

Between me being busy this whole weekend and my usual wrist problems, I haven't been able to work on comics much (aside from today's journal comic, obviously).

2009/10/16: Dangit, reality

Why must you keep on making even the most implausible (and arguably scary) aspects of my science fiction feasible?

(Next step, programming a platypus via sparkle electroreception...)

2009/10/14: busybee comics is now on Archive Binge!

Archive Binge is a great service which allows you to create a retroactive RSS feed in order to catch up on comics with large archives. I've been using it to catch up on a few huge ones that I haven't been able to dedicate any time to reading, and now my comics are on there as well! So if you've been wanting to read my archives but haven't known where to start, now you can.

It lets you start reading at any point, as well, so if you want to start with a particular series, just go to my archive page, select the series you want to start with, and use its first comic as the start date for the Archive Binge feed.

Anyway, while you're there, I'd also recommend using it to catch up on Templar, Arizona and featuring Talking Guinea Pigs!. There are a few dozen other comics that I haven't had a chance to check out yet, either. I'm sure there'll be something there you like.

2009/10/14: Some unpleasant business

I don't like having to make newsposts like this, so I'll keep it brief. I'd just like to point out that between my full-time job, my comics, and my music and audio production projects, I barely have time to do all the things that I enjoy doing, so why would I spend every waking hour posting "dozens of missives, ranging from polite to deranged, from various genders, stolen identities, nationalities, etc.?" He doesn't even have the decency to provide a single shred of evidence, so I ask that you just apply some critical thinking. In short: I have not done any of what he is claiming, and I don't even know if anyone is doing what he's claiming.

I sincerely apologize to the vast majority of you who have no idea what I'm talking about. Hopefully we can simply leave it at that.

Thanks.