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9/11/2018
02:30 PM
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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Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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9/11/2018 | 2:35:49 PM
Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Winner gets a $25 Amazon gift card! 
MatthewN117
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9/11/2018 | 5:08:38 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
"Our information security department recently implemented keyboard airgaps for repeat offenders."
Mikegyvr
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9/11/2018 | 6:08:58 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Always the innovator, Ed demonstrated his take on the stand-up desk.
itgrrl
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itgrrl,
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9/12/2018 | 2:41:24 AM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
"Interns at the White House trial their latest Presidential tweet management plan."
waltonob
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waltonob,
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9/12/2018 | 1:04:39 PM
MFA Level 10
And you thought it was dumb when Security added "Something you can do" as an authentication factor.
jrig1842
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9/12/2018 | 2:58:14 PM
Management Material
Donald was never a very grounded individual, but he is certainly a high-flyer!
wfishburne
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9/12/2018 | 4:25:17 PM
Caption
Paul wasn't kidding when he said he wanted agile developers.
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9/13/2018 | 10:29:16 AM
The Hanging Desk
The trend in desk positions has reached it's final stage; from sitting, to standing, now to hanging.
KCondit
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9/13/2018 | 11:41:31 AM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Well, I guess the problem wasn't between his chair and his keyboard after all.
JoeMetzger
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9/13/2018 | 12:03:06 PM
Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Chuck says "All this time I thought they were saying fishing ..."
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