Today on the show, Rage, Mat is the Incredible Hulk, who Fish finds impossible to wake up in the morning, Dan beats his desk to a pulp, while George kicks a whole through his wall. Who is George? We have no idea either, but he’s filling in for Breanne!
Remember this show is NSFW!
Katy Farina and Rachel Dukes come on the show to talk about the double-edged sword of social media combine with creative works. From Tumblr and Facebook, to meme vacuums like 9Gag and others. Citing sources really should be a no-brainer, but there are people that just vicious enough to EDIT OUT the signature, URL, and copyright information. Rachel even finally took it upon herself to do some research to see how her comic was being distributed for the entire year of 2012. We go over plenty of information on the subject as well as get to know our guests and their work in today’s episode!
The Webfiction World podcast presents a reading of Scary Mary (chapter 1); written by S. A. Hunter, and read by Michael Corley.
Read all of S. A. Hunter’s Scary Mary: http://scarymary.sahunter.net
More of Michael Corley’s work: www.michaelcorley.com
9GAG’s Frequently Asked Questions page cites under the Source / Credits? section: “We respect originality and creativity. Please cite the source or give correct credit whenever you can,” placing the responsibility to source creators on the users of the site. Users like the…
This brings tears to my eyes.
It’s essay writing season for tons of students!
After being a college writing tutor for over a year, I thought I would share my advice with all you awesome people on tumblr. This is how I write essays, but if you’ve got more tips, feel free to add them below.
Happy writing. You can do it!
This is actually brilliant.
How many movies based on webcomics can you name? I reviewed 13 of them: Webcomic Movies
Wacom has long held the crown as the top maker of graphics tablet hardware, but they have not iterated upon the technology in meaningful ways. The products have remained staid and safe and prices are high as ever. Graphics tablets are a market ripe for disruption.
The Monoprice 19”…