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IoT
6/16/2016
02:00 PM
John Klossner
John Klossner
Cartoon Contest

Cartoon: Internet of Things Meets Tech Support

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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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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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6/23/2016 | 11:53:58 PM
Cartoon
Found the problem, it is with the physical layer
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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6/16/2016 | 3:53:29 PM
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