Monday, June 20, 2005

Milestone: No Longer A Typical Webcomic Demographic

I won't do this very often, because I try to keep this blog and my personal life separate.

But...

I Graduated!!



I haven't been in the mood to write or draw much lately because of the incessant worry, but now that it's all done. Whew.

Now excuse me, I need to go dance a happy dance.

16 comments:

  1. Good to hear and congrat's. Where will life be taking you next?

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  2. Congratulations

    /Erik Melander

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  3. Hurray! *throws confetti*

    *runs off so he doesn't have to clean up confetti*

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  4. Woohoo!!!


    ...who left all this confetti all over the place?

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  5. Woohoo!(to Song 2)Congratulations! Now you can really enjoy yourself innit? Have a Strongbow on me! No, have two (if you can manage :P)

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  6. That's fantastic! Congratulations, Dr Ping :p

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  7. Hey, good for you.

    Now go back to school because the real world sucks like you wouldnt believe

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  8. CONGRATULATIONS...
    I've been unmotivated lately, as well. We both need to un-slump!

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  9. Goooo Ping! Take a long, deep breath of relief, and have a relax, cause you deserve it :D

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  10. And to what Bob Stevenson said more literally, will you be moving soon? I'm still waiting for your reply so I can send you the comic, ye know!

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  11. that's great news, ping! many congratulations. does this mean you're now in the market for a job? i seem to remember you weren't studying Applied Webcartooning ;) so does this mean your job will be something of the non-toony variety?

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  12. I know it's been said, but it can be said again: congrats! I've heard the real world has better food but not much else.

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  13. Thanks guys! I'll be venturing into the world of job-hunting and working next, wherever a degree in computer science (everyone seems to be doing that) allows me to go...

    ps: Komiyan... congrats to you too!

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  14. Congratulations!

    Get a job at a University. Being a research programmer is like real life, but lacking a lot of the suck. Plus, the benefits are nice and if you get bored with the work, it's easy to continue your education or move on to something else.

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  15. This is waaaaaay overdue, but congrats! :D

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