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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Photo Duck Funnies Right On

Saw a link yesterday in the Shutterstock discussion forums to a clever online comic strip about the trials and tribulations of daring to earn a living as a photographer. What the Duck is shutterbug Aaron Johnson's wry take on all things photographic. Johnson lets his readers name each strip through his blog's comments feature, and just reading the comments on some of the strips can be pretty entertaining. Check it out. Some of the strips are hilarious.

6 comments:

Homie Bear said...

Your link doesn't work, I couldn't find the comic anywhere.

Homie Bear said...

Oh wait never mind, it helps when you click the right one.

Greg said...

Nice Comic very funny thanks for the great blog.

Oh yea check out my blog

Matt Mc said...

I have a question. I used your original 3 column template, and have been noticing a problem with the left sidbar that drives me crazy. All of the content of that sidebar sits to the far left, and the sidebar as a whole is butted up closer to the main part of the blog than the right sidebar is. I have the two sidebar's dimensions set exactly the same, but I can't figure out why it would do that. Any thoughts?

Pam said...

Thanks for the feedback Greg. Your blog looks interesting too.

Pam said...

Hi Matt,
I took a look (IE 6) and everything looks fine. But it's a problem with my blog too. The blog displays slightly differently in different browsers, most notably IE. You can tweak forever, trying to get it to look just right in all, but that's a surefire recipe for headaches. There's more about it here.