Happy Fourth of July


Thank you America-

for creating in no particular order of importance or chrnology

The Internet , The Atom Bomb and Men on the Moon

Hollywood Movies and Cartoons and Comics and Bbq Burgers,

Chewing gum and Rock and Roll and Stand up Comedy,

Basketball and American Football, and Sports Marketing

but on the whole, just have a good time.


Top Cartoonists:Updated

Here is a list of cartoonists I follow- I sometimes think they make more sense than all the news media combined.

1) Mike Luckovich He is a Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist for AJC at http://blogs.ajc.com/mike-luckovich/

I love his political satire-sometimes not his politics- though he is a liberal (surprisingly most people from creative arts tend to be liberal- guess because they support and need welfare more, 🙂 ) Since I am in India- I call myself a conservative (when filing taxes) or liberal (when drinking er tea)

2) Hugh Mcleod- of Gaping Void is very different from Mike above, in the way an abstract painter would be from a classical

artist. I like his satire on internet, technology and personal favorite – social media consultants. Hugh casts a critical eye on the world of tech and is an immensely successful artist- probably the Andy Warhol of this genre in a generation.

3) Doug Savage of Savage Chickens http://www.savagechickens.com/ has a great series of funny cartoons based on chickens drawn on Post it notes. While his drawing is less abstract than Hugh’s above, he sometimes touches an irreverent note more like Hugh than anyone else.

4) Professor Jorge Cham of Phd Comics http://www.phdcomics.com/comics.php is probably the most read comic in grad school  – and probably the only cartoonist with a Phd I know of.

5) Scott Adams of Dilbert http://www.dilbert.com/ is probably the first “non kid stuff” cartoonist I started reading-in fact I once wrote to him asking for advice on my poetry to his credit- he replied with a single ” Best of Luck email”

They named our email server in Lucknow, UP, India for him (in my business school at http://iiml.ac.in ) Probably the best of corporate toon humor. Maybe they should make the Dilbert movie yet.

6) Randall Munroe of xkcd.com

XKCD is geek cartooning at its best.

For catching up with the best toons in a week, the best is Time.com ‘s weekly list at http://www.time.com/time/cartoonsoftheweek

It is the best collection of political cartoons.

Innovative ways of Calculus: Gifting a comic set for Christmas

If you though understanding Calculus was OMG so Freaking Tough-
here is an Artistic Way to read and improve your Maths.
Why Improve Maths.
Helps you while watching football and baseball with your BFF.

Helps you choose a very good looking mobile with an inexpensive mobile plan.
Helps you calculate the mortgage and credit card rates while reading the fine print.

Helps you get the Insurance or Health Insurance with

lowest premium over highest approval

Nopes- Maths is easy and inexpensive. You can read this for just 75 dollars. All six comics. Or gift it to someone you love who is having trouble with maths.
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Manga Guides ( courtesy Japanese Civilization)
No Starch Press – helped by O Reilley Media Since 2004.
Sarah Blow- Founder of Girlly Geek Dom ( UK Based) (http://girlygeekdom.com/ )
Ajay Ohri- Founder of Dude of Data (KN, TN)  ( http://dudeofdata.com/ )

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