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9/11/2018
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John Klossner
John Klossner
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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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uversaprod9
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10/18/2018 | 11:10:42 PM
Windows 10 - Cortana
"After the Windows 10 Migration, I guess 'Cortana' didn't like what Stan was asking her for, or the tone-of-voice he was using with her."
uversaprod9
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uversaprod9,
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10/18/2018 | 10:43:35 PM
Robert's Ergotron
"Hmmm... Robert's Ergotron Standing Desk doesn't get here for another two weeks!"
uversaprod9
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uversaprod9,
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10/18/2018 | 10:26:11 PM
Too Many Failed Password Attempts
"Too many failed password attempts and the Windows Server locked his account and hung him out to dry...!"
uversaprod9
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10/18/2018 | 10:21:35 PM
IT Cert Circus
"Tom got most of his IT Certs after graduating from Clown College and a failed attempt at running away with The Circus."
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TimBerdon,
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10/17/2018 | 4:10:34 PM
Name That Toon
This looked WAY easier when Tom Cruise did it in Mission Impossible!
REISEN1955
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10/17/2018 | 3:08:31 PM
Re: Here is one for a venti!
Paul realized the new corporate policy about not accepting a Varidesk had consequences.
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10/16/2018 | 8:20:57 PM
Here is one for a venti!
Sally, Have you started preparing for the annual security awareness training?
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10/15/2018 | 11:48:19 AM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Some people never learn, he clicked on another Democrat phishing link again!
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10/12/2018 | 6:01:18 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
John has always been trying creative ways to solve the pebcak issue...
MattB32201
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10/12/2018 | 5:59:18 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Looks like John got caught by one of those Nigerian princes
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