Hey Cloud, you got any dependents?

It’s that time once again when a post is made without any thought for actual time frames. Plenty of things in here already even if we’ve been ignoring webcomics for a few days for various reasons and bacon.

Fencing, spacesuits, science fiction art and marsupial sex all push us off this week. They are quickly followed by an assortment that includes facial recognition, 3d printed food, first person shooter games, social engineering, horoscopes, game hacking, quantum consciousness, superconductors, the dark side of the sun, Star Wars, tricorders, adventure games, hamsters, photos of all sorts of things, and other strange things. So jump in, eat up and enjoy the nightmares that come from it all:

And something important to finish up — something everyone should be looking into:

I know! How amazing is this!

Well, there goes another week. It’s a touch absurd really. No matter how much you try to get things done beforehand, the weekend creeps on. All inexorable like. Whatever.

There’s a lot of stuff following this bit of drivel: a whole panoply of interesting and boring, of fantastical and mundane. And maybe there will be a magic show afterwards to which all these fancy words actually apply. Maths, pachyderms, holes, statues, cakes, racing, slavery, medicine, movies, fools, installations, foretellings, advice, communications, automatons, questions, developers, and extra-terrestrial life — it’s all in here, so dive in and eat up:

I have my handcoats and the spacelight is warm.

This one will likely look a little different – full of videos and other random things that have been left out or left behind until now. A complete mess of things really. Somewhere, amongst all of this garbage, should be something to get everyone’s taste. Unless you’re a five year-old from Guatemala with no internet, then you might have some trouble finding something interesting.

Starting off with board games, it leads into web comics, comedy desserts, video games, toy blocks, hostages, customer tracking, copyright enforcers, ghosting networks, short people, piñatas, and ending with actual physical sports. Eat up:

Why didn’t you do the knock part?

So, this post is late. -Ish. Or something. To make up for this, it is huge. About fifty percent more than a regular post. There’s all sorts in here this time as well; 3d printing, lossiness, suns, pretty girls, ants, psychos, television, orcs, wizards, copycats, brains, phones, spiders, teeth, santas, predictions, buttons, dinosaurs, makeovers, holes, fairytales, doctors, food, chalk, gears, demons, diacritics, books, superheroes, consoles, airplanes, surfboards and ponies.

Plenty to keep you busy for an afternoon or two:

That was perhaps a little excessive. Bonus internet points if you can point to any link that wasn’t referenced at the start!

I get it. It’s for a quest.

So, let’s get this going then; it’s late and it’s full. Heaps in here, just check the tags — underwear, horoscopes, laughs, music history, lots of art and photography, silly tech, maths and algorithms, the NSA, Richard Stallman, money, solar power and molten sand, etc. Lots of stuff to enjoy.

So dig in and fill up:

And because this has been delayed, here’s the most recent horoscopes from your favourite fortune tellers: