IoT
6/16/2016
02:00 PM
John Klossner
John Klossner
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Cartoon: Internet of Things Meets Tech Support

John Klossner has been drawing technology cartoons for more than 15 years. His work regularly appears in Computerworld and Federal Computer Week. His illustrations and cartoons have also been published in The New Yorker, Barron's, and The Wall Street Journal. Web site: ... View Full Bio

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Alex21paul
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Alex21paul,
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1/25/2018 | 2:50:08 AM
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John Klossner's works are hilarious and I think he has done enough homework before creating these cartoons. The one that is showcased here is hilarious one and I really couldn't stop laughing.

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Kylenmackey
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Kylenmackey,
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7/10/2016 | 3:11:53 AM
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NICE POST dis
drmrs
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drmrs,
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7/6/2016 | 11:41:10 AM
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Would you like to borrow my owner's manuel and a flashlight? Or, you can start replacing parts like the other mechanics!
kensavage
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kensavage,
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6/29/2016 | 11:45:02 AM
sure but...
I can't get my kid's jr high school to teach modern science.  Coding it lightyears away for his school district. Glad there's Code.org
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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6/24/2016 | 11:07:18 AM
Re: IoT meets Tech Support
We are quickly approaching a society in which almost everyone, regardless of profession, would do well to know how to code.
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Mejo Thomas,
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6/23/2016 | 11:53:58 PM
Cartoon
Found the problem, it is with the physical layer
pmueller079
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pmueller079,
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6/22/2016 | 12:30:50 PM
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It keeps accelerating--Think I got hacked?
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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6/16/2016 | 3:53:29 PM
IoT meets Tech Support
A trip back to the future! Hysterical new cartoon...
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