Twitter replacements

As Twitter teeters on the brink of extinction, many of us are asking ourselves how we’re going to replace a social-media platform that had become integral to our publishing and promotion. Will the federated servers of Mastodon become the next […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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December To-Do List

It’s already December. It’s a month dominated by holidays — both preparing for and celebrating them — and it’s the end of the year. It’s probably the most challenging months for a webcartoonist, so let’s get organized.

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ComicLab Ep 258 — Does this joke have the legs to become a running gag...

This week’s show is sponsored by Dreamhost. If the implosion of Twitter has you wondering if you should finally build your own website, Dreamhost is there for you. With transparent pricing and a 100% uptime guarantee, they’ll get you started on […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Holiday shipping deadlines

It’s hard to believe we’re approaching the winter holiday season, but here we are. If you’re shipping merchandise with an expectation of having it there before the holidays, here are some deadlines to be aware of.

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Wacom’s refurbished equipment sale

If you’re in the market for a new Cintiq — but not quite able to swing it right now — check out the sale they’re currently having on refurbished equipment. The prices on refurbished Wacom Ones are particularly reasonable.

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Blambot’s Cyberweek sale

Blambot’s biggest sale of the year is happening next week! Save 30% off of Blambot’s already low font prices with code CYBERWEEK at checkout. Sale ends December 4.

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What size should your graphic novel be?

Beginning cartoonists often ask what size they should make their comic. Many are looking for “standard” sizes. The answer is a little more complicated than you’d expect — and it means focusing on what’s really important about the comic you’re doing.

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