We thought it would be good for readership, good for us and most important – we wanted our blogs to be more like Geek & Poke, a role model and fountain of inspiration.
When Tsahi suggested the idea, I immediately said yes, and I am glad I did. With the help of the very talented Noa Liberman-Plashkes, we just published our 10th strip, and totally enjoyed the ride.
In the past months we dealt with the benefits of 1080p video, the camera adding 10 pounds, why people don’t like video conferencing, Telepresence systems and their added value, the iPhone, eye contact, home telepresence, remote controls, 3D video conferencing and most lately the inflation in web cameras.
I really like this “tradition” of ours. Hopefully you share my enthusiasm. I can assure you there will be a lot more comic strips in the near future. In fact, our comic strips were so successful it got Tsahi to form his own “tradition”, playing with plasticine in his blog.
I would love to hear from you what you think of our comic strips, and also about new topics you think our comic strip should cover.
Maybe someday we’ll be popular as Geek & Poke.